Today’s most successful organizations understand the importance of delivering workplace learning throughout the entirety of the employee life cycle. Training managers within these organizations have learned to pay attention to evolving trends in L&D.
Depending on the length of their working day, employees are entitled to some time to rest and have lunch. While most workplaces provide a break room for this purpose, many don’t take advantage of the space to improve company culture and promote learning.
In an increasingly digital world, change is accelerating. The increasing speed of change requires continuous learning in almost every job role. With global unemployment rates at the low-water mark, upskilling is more efficient.
Learning and development (L&D) initiatives are important to employees and vital for businesses. To support them, it’s important for an organization to have a learning culture. Discover four strategies leaders can use to build a learning culture.
L&D professionals can help close the professional development gap by creating non-linear career advancement opportunities for employees — thereby reducing turnover, improving engagement and enabling employees to finish the work day feeling fulfilled.