L&D professionals need to understand the shift from role-based training to skill-based learning experiences
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In the current competitive job market, professional development has become an important retention and recruiting strategy.
Helping learners realize their professional ambitions under such demands requires a more comprehensive approach to performance optimization.
By highlighting the benefits of PD, creating great partnerships with organizational leaders and external training providers and promoting development opportunities, L&D teams can help an organization upskill current and future teams.
Of all the workflow-embedded learning opportunities, experience-based development offers an important and distinctive benefit: Real-time contribution.