Learning Agility is the ability to rapidly develop new, effective behaviour on the basis of new experiences and subsequently apply this successfully. It is a form of learning ability and, as such, provides an indication of your potential. People who have high Learning Agility scores learn more and also more quickly from new situations than those whose scores are low. Learning Agility is measured in 5 dimensions: Change Agility, Mental Agility, People Agility, Results Agility, and Self-awareness.
To make it more easy to comprehend Learning Agility, please watch our video in which we explain learning agile behaviour in 90 seconds. What would you do if you were stranded on a deserted island: wait for a solution to arise? Or do you figure out how to solve the situation yourself?