5) Home in on the professionals and ask your L&D teams how they learn and relearn
Having excellent training programmes and strategies in place is one thing, however, as experienced learning and development leaders or general leaders and managers, self reflection is an extremely valuable tool.
Ask the professionals in your business how they best learn and how you have come to adopt the skills that they currently hold?
Try and implement some of these learning techniques into your programmes and initiatives because at the end of the day, these people professionals have gotten to this stage in their career somehow, and continuous learning will have had a large part to play in it.
So, with increased automation in the workplace, information readily available at our fingertips and a workplace that is entirely different to what it was five years ago, continuous learning should be an integral part of every organisation’s culture.
A culture that enables creative thinking, diverse opinions and makes room for life experiences, is a company that will remain competitive in an ever-changing working environment.
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