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Stephanie Morgan Are you holding your learners accountable?

Towards Maturity and CIPD’s recent study ‘Preparing for the Future of Learning’ made for insightful reading.

It found that organisations and business leaders are ‘focusing more and more on productivity and adaptability,’ with greater expectation that their L&D teams will deliver these innovative learning solutions in order to support these outcomes. Graph

Refreshingly, the study also revealed that there is a confidence that L&D will deliver results as they embrace flexible, digital training solutions that suit the needs of the changing learning landscape of modern businesses.

While this all sounds very utopian, the reality for many organisations is that the culture required to support these changes simply isn’t there.

In order for this to happen, four fundamental elements – accountability, continual review, effective appraisals and managing expectations – need to be put in place, thus creating the bedrock of an effective learning culture.

 

This article was created for publication by TrainingZone. You can read the full article about holding your learners accountable here.

 

Stephanie Morgan

Stephanie Morgan FLPI, Director of Learning Solutions, Bray Leino Learning

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