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Transformational Learning: An Ancient Concept in Modern Times

Chapter

Abstract

In Chap. 14, Deepa Awal addresses Transformational Learning in the context of business. According to her, this concept merits attention because it has the potential to bring about significant change in an individual’s beliefs, assumptions, and worldview. It also provides critical components in respect to self-awareness and the potential to integrate new paradigms which are the basis for adaptability and survival in a world of constant and rapid change. In this chapter, she also defines the concept of Transformational Learning as states how it can be beneficial to organizations.

Keywords

Critical Reflection Spiritual Practice Transformational Learn Merit Attention Perspective Transformation 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.PhiladelphiaUSA

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