A person’s Learning Power determines, even dictates, their propensity for change, and directs those behaviours that influence and underpin performance throughout life. The power to learn is the essential ingredient in implementing strategies for change.
The power to learn changes over time and responds to the qualities of learning environments, be that in its sensitivity to classroom culture, or comfort in the home or workplace. As environmental circumstances change, they can have either a constructive or a destructive influence on Learning Power. Nonetheless, informed interventions can significantly enhance personal confidence and play a role in mitigating negative impacts, such as message you uncertainty and distress.