48)How Knowledge Turns Into
What is the difference between knowledge and skill?
The difference between knowledge and skill is mainly what you
learn and how you learn.
There is something “theoretical” about knowledge,
and it refers to information on a particular subject taken from
books, newspapers, magazines, encyclopedias, the Internet, a school
Competencies have something “practical” in them and
are related to the application of theoretical information in practice
and in the workplace.
According to Wikipedia the definition of commonly used
knowledge is as follows:
“Knowledge is a familiarity, knowledge, or understanding
of someone or something, such as a fact, information, description, or
skill, that is acquired through perception, discovery, or learning
through experience or education.”
Knowledge usually involves theoretical understanding and can
be passed from generation to generation in various ways, for example
from books, journals, archives, schools and universities.
Our knowledge is characterized by the fact that it continues
to grow as we conduct new research and build upon existing knowledge.
There is real value to sharing with others and they too can benefit
from that knowledge.
It is an essential theoretical building block for the
acquisition and mastery of skills.
Taste for languages is an example of knowledge. It can
mean that someone speaks, understands and/or writes in one or more
languages. This knowledge can be useful at work (translation,
customer service, etc.) or even on vacation.
Some people don’t need to read the boards in the zoo because
they already know and know the names of all the animals. This is an
example of someone with a zoological background.
Someone with self-knowledge is in tune with their thoughts,
feelings, character traits and feelings. It assumes that he has a
realistic picture of his strengths and weaknesses.
A skill is the ability to perform a specific task or task. It
refers to the application of knowledge in a specific situation or
context as you need to use previously acquired knowledge or
information. In general, this means that some sort of exercise is
needed to improve the skill.
Mastering a certain skill requires not only knowledge but also
It is this combination of knowledge and experience that
enables you to perform a task or task in the best possible way.
Apart from knowledge and attitude, skills also form the basis
Here are some ways to turn your knowledge to skills:–
1. Identify Your Core Strengths
In order to translate what you have learned into practical
steps, it is important to pursue research-based concepts such as: b.
Application of your strength. We all have our strength which helps
us to complete our tasks with satisfaction and excellence. Apply
your strengths to your SMART goals (intelligent, measurable,
achievable, realistic, timely) and get ready to grow!
2. Get feedback partners to keep learning.
Two essential elements of effective learning programs are
accountability and feedback to ensure that learning is implemented.
During our training programs, my company implements feedback partners
who share their learning goals and meets between sessions to hold
each other accountable for their implementation. They share
successes and give feedback on how to meet challenges.
3. Find out your “why”
Learning without apps is a waste of time when it comes to
company return on investment. Before learning, ask yourself, “What
is the current problem that I am trying to solve through my
learning?” What is the “why” behind what I need to
learn? Like a New Year’s resolution, learning doesn’t turn into
action without great need.
4. Build Metrics for Learning
A new skill is learned only when it is practiced and
implemented successfully. So create your own improvement metrics
tailored to your skills. This may be a new, repeated action or a
removal of a previous behavior. Once that goal is achieved, move on
to the next level of metrics to continue improving.
5. Complete your training with further education
Eighty percent of training money is wasted each year if
continuing education programs are not implemented. Livelihood
coaching helps organizations and employees by empowering them to
develop and support important and responsible habits. It takes time
to apply what you have learned. Hire external coaches to complement
and complement internal leadership practices.
6. Think honestly about yourself
From a business point of view, we usually aim to learn new
things to get different results. An easy way to see if we’ve applied
our new learning is to see if we’re really getting different results.
If you achieve similar results and are honest with yourself, you may
find that you are not practicing what you have been taught.
7. Create an action plan and review your goals.
In order to experience change (small or large) through the
implementation of the information learned, you need to create a plan
of action to form habits. Nothing will be a part of us until it
becomes a part of our habits. Take small steps toward change by
scheduling your responsibilities and journaling to understand your
progress. Check in daily to see success and set realistic goals.
8. Look for Experiential Learning Opportunities
The experiential learning process creates a dynamic journey
between knowing and understanding the implementation you want. It
also encourages innovation from a new angle. Combine learning
processes with live goal training workshops. Balance daily progress
while promoting individual opportunities to better understand
concepts at a deeper level.
9. Write About It
Create an article and cite reliable information because it
shows how you can apply the techniques of new software in practice
and in a professional setting. Developing a coherent, engaging and
relevant blog post or post may take only 500-750 words, but it
encodes your knowledge and shows the reader what you are interested
in, especially by helping to apply a concept. know.
10. Prepare yourself in the mood to take action
The first step is to focus your mindset on the end result you
want to achieve. Start again: Set the timer for 15 minutes and write
down how you get from point A to point B and the small steps you take
each day to get there. Imagine that you have achieved your goal and
it will happen, but you have to start over.
11. Find a Patron
Learning something can be easy. Implementation is the hard
part. Find a mentor or partner who will lead the same implementation
of the training as you do. You will hold each other responsible for
compliance. You don’t want to disappoint anyone. Plus, when you
feel down, you have someone you can turn to.
12. Go out into the world and make mistakes
As with education, coaching teaches strategies to achieve
results. However, learning is based on actual experience. For
example, job seekers should go to market, test their story, test
network practices and hold briefings. Through feedback and
self-assessment, you can find out whether your strategy, your career
goals, and your fit are a good match. If you make mistakes, learn
and start again.
13. Set Short and Long-Term Goals
We have an incredible ability to learn, but it doesn’t become
a skill until we practice learning. To turn knowledge into skill, we
must immediately apply new information meaningfully to our world. To
make sure you’re putting what you’ve learned into practice, set
long-term and short-term goals to ensure your progress, and give each
day or week time to practice, reflect, and adjust.
14. Watch for Changes in Behavior
Learning happens when you see a change in behavior. You can
always know when people are following movements because they are not
showing any change. How do you apply the strengths of what you have
learned while learning? He put it into practice. It always leads to
a change in behavior, whether it is positive or negative.