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Rachel Matthews Are you ready for Learning at Work Week 2015?

Next week is National Learning at Work Week, and as learning and development professionals we are excited about the opportunities that coincide with this awareness week to put the spotlight on learning in the workplace.

Started in 1999 (initially as Learning at Work Day) by the Campaign for Learning, it promotes an inclusive approach and supports the extension of opportunities to learn to all employees.

At Bray Leino we are extremely passionate about the development of our people (it’s very true that we practice what we preach), and the benefits it brings to an organisation. Because of this we are running personal development workshops across our Devon and Bristol offices, encouraging all of our employees to create their personal brand.Learning at Work Week 2015

The best part? We opened it up to everyone as free webinar. You can download it here.

The benefits of this workshop are discovering the importance of a personal brand and how to create one, gaining clarity on your career journey, inspiring and motivating yourself to further your development and learning how to implement your PDP into your job role.

Learning at Work Week supports this kind of development and encourages organisations to take part in their own way in order to:

  • Change attitudes to learning at work
  • Increase awareness of opportunities to learn
  • Gain greater employee engagement
  • Inform employees of business and learning and development strategies
  • Unveil opportunities to discover and recognise internal talent
  • Provide greater recognition and value of different ways to learn in the workplace
  • Highlight business priorities, agendas and addressing change
  • Address workplace silos and bridge information gaps

It’s not too late for your organisation to get involved! Perhaps you can run an internal workshop, some knowledge sharing or raise awareness of internal training opportunities available to your people.

If you don’t have time to organise anything, why not encourage your teams to download our webinar to begin their personal and professional development?

Don’t have a learning strategy in place but have decided it’s time to invest in your people? Contact us today to see how we can help.

Rachel Matthews

Rachel Matthews, Social Media and Marketing Manager

In my blogs I will look at industry constraints and issues and problems that employees face in their day-to-day work lives.

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