A Community of Learning

We Are a Learning Organization That Fosters Four Basic Precepts:

1.The Power of a Growth Mindset

2. Servant Leadership

     3. Emotional Intelligence

    4. Actionable Goals and Change!

A new day presents new learning opportunities. When we allow for this possibility our outlook changes. Welcome every moment as another of growth, wisdom, and a great part of your life.  The steps above are the basic philosophy of BoyneLearn’s approach to training and learning.

Understanding — that is, explain what to do, why do it, and how to do it.
Observing — watch whatever the focus is, get done the right way.
Doing — supervise the action and practice; correcting behavior.
Assessing — The learner needs to demonstrate how it’s done the right way.

Data analysis is an important process in determining lots of things, and with BoyneLearn the main concern is positive growth.  The Assessment part of the learning process is the key component to building useful data to help in developing all learners. Once data have been created, we then have a better way to work with and develop not only skills, but positive experiences!  Remember, data can be observing actions (qualitative) or resulting from assessment performance (quantitative).

Boynelearn is a Completely Staff-Driven Learning and Information Place.

  • At BoyneLearn you’re not on a schedule. Your manager will maintain regular communication with you about information as it complements your learning and development over time.
  • Remember, don’t hold back — participate in topic discussion threads at the bottom of each page.
  • Select your department, log in, and enjoy the ride!

Innovate with a Purpose

We strongly recommend that all Boyne members recognize problems and consider the power of solving them.

“To innovate” means to realize a problem exists and then work to craft solutions.

This is often best accomplished in a group where you have a “mini think tank” at work focusing on specific problems to solve instead of cloudy general ones.  By working together to focus on one specific problem, issue, task, situation, or other, the group has a clear purpose and direction to innovate.

Please consider using the comments sections of the pages of Boynlearn to offer suggestions of innovation.  Communicate these ideas with your manager and even suggest working with peers to actively innovate, that is solve apparent problems.

Peter Senge, author of The Fifth Discipline, describes learning organizations as places “where people continually expand their capacity to create the results they truly desire, where new and expansive patterns of thinking are nurtured, where collective aspiration is set free, and where people are continually learning how to learn together.”

And together we are Boyne.