Mentoring Strategies Keep Learning Going
The growing consensus among L&D professionals is that people need to always be learning in order to be able to do their jobs, keep up their skills, and grow in their careers. A 2014 Towards Maturity benchmarking study revealed that 93% of learning and development leaders want technology to help them speed up the application of learning in the workplace, 90% want to boost on-the-job productivity, and 91% want to reduce the time to competence.
From rapidly evolving skill needs to perpetually moving goals and targets, people need to constantly learn while accomplishing their daily work. It’s no longer enough to have a single training event without sustained follow-up. Employees need to engage in continuous learning instead, where learning is an embedded part of their everyday activities.
In this recorded webinar, Randy Emelo from River and Tom Turnbill from OpenSesame discuss the new normal for learning on the job and what that means for organizations of all sizes.
Watch this pre-recorded webinar to:
- Analyze a structured vs. networked learning model.
- Discover how to bring learning closer to seamless work activity.
- Identify ways to bring learning into all four stages of the employee lifecycle.
Interested in learning more about continuous learning? Read our eBook to begin envisioning what continuous learning could look like in your organization.