I need to post at least a 75-word comment to my class mate’s post Action Learning Gurus Actions for ‘Action Learning Gurus’ Action Learning Gurus Michael Drs Reg Revans and Michael Marquardt are great public and even motivational speakers. I found

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Action Learning Gurus

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Drs Reg Revans and Michael Marquardt are great public and even motivational speakers.  I found drawn in to both while watching their videos on YouTube.  Dr. Marquardt seemed to hold my attention a little better and kept me focused just a little bit more.  His ability to draw in the audience or get ‘buy-in’ seems a little but greater.  When I was teaching Motorcycle Safety Foundation courses, I was told about a concept called Adult Centered Learning; ever since then I have tried to hone my abilities of adult learning.  I couldn’t help but think back to that as there are a few similarities between the two concepts.  That in itself was enough to keep my attention focused during the hour plus video. 

With all that said I can also say I was intrigued by the little math problem that Dr. Revans graphed and discussed.  L = f(P,Q)  learning is a function of both programmed knowledge (already learned) and directive questioning.  This type of thing also keeps my interest and helps me visualize the content and intent of his seminar.   

Dr. Revans video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_kakRok0Ts

Dr. Marquardt video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZtVG8kF8qf4