A Culture of Continuous Learning and Development
By CAKE PD, Mar 9 2020 04:29PM
Establishing a culture of continuous learning within an organisation isn't the exclusive responsibility of leaders, managers or employees. It takes full commitment from the whole team. Each member of the team has their part to play.
By providing a blend of formal learning opportunities with a varied range of resources and experiences, organisations can appeal to different styles of learning.
Employees want to perform better and develop new skills. So, by committing to developing employees, organisations minimise the risk of losing top talent.
L&D must be made a priority. Building development discussions into manager-employee check-ins, employees get the support and feedback they need to ensure they're acquiring relevant skills and are continuously updating their knowledge. By putting employees in the driver's seat of their own development, organisations can ensure their engagement, active participation and it empowers them to take charge of their own career path.
We are excited to be partnering with several clients creating tailored, fully blended development programmes, delivering leaning in different ways, on different devices and at the point of need. Whether it’s facilitated workshop sessions, webinars, or curated content from TED talks, articles, journals or youtube videos, we are designing programmes that enables all employees to learn anywhere and at any time.
If you would like to know how we can support your organisation's culture of continuous learning and development, contact the team at email@example.com or call 01603 733006.