On-the-job experiences are crucial for managerial development, and managers learn the most when they approach them with a variety of learning tactics. Of the four most commonly used tactics - feeling, action, thinking, and accessing others - people typically employ only one or two, thus limiting their learning and eventually their performance. This guidebook describes the four tactics in detail, giving examples of how they can be used. It also provides information on how to identify preferred tactics and how to develop nonpreferred ones.

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