By definition, the “70 20 10” model of development refers to a blend of formal and informal development experiences as defined here – 70 percent from on the job experiences, 20 percent from observing and working with (coaching mentoring) role
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70-20-10 Model of Development
In this model, 70 percent of learning is through practice and on-the-job experiences, 20 percent is through other people by exposure to coaching, feedback, and networking, and 10 percent is through formal education-based learning interventions.
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