Mind The Innovation
E12 Don't be afraid to adapt and adjust your methods of learning.
May 25, 2021
How can decision making and problems solving skills be improved? What is sense-making teaching/learning and can it helps us to solve problems better? Learn how to help your people work together more effectively by changing your way of teaching. In this episode, we have guest Fred Leland, director and Principal Trainer for Law Enforcement & Security Consulting (LESC). Fred Leland talks about the difference in teaching stimulus responses vs sense-making. He shares his journey on how he ended up reshaping his methods of teaching -  instead of teaching how to think and do,  he now teaches how to actually think and how to solve the problems. The goal is to get individuals to make better decisions and handle dynamic problems better. Fred Leland is the director and Principal Trainer for Law Enforcement & Security Consulting (LESC). Fred is a retired Lieutenant and he is a graduate of the FBI National Academy Class 216, where he specialized in terrorism related topics, leadership, and management. "I think when we learn to develop and teach people how to think right and how to do it,  instead of telling them what to think and what to do - this is a big step in the right direction" Fred Leland.