Yes, it may ultimately be the folks in training or HR who will design and deliver the learning programs that your staff need, but it is your job to create a positive learning culture in your company or department — a culture that supports and insists that learning continue over a lifetime. You can’t just pass it over to another department and then wash your hands of any responsibility! Delegation is appropriate, but abdication isn’t! Your individual attitude towards lifelong learning will set the barometer for how those around you think and behave. So it’s critical that you deliberately create an environment in which learning is encouraged and supported.
In my latest article in CGA Magazine, I offer five suggestions for how you can create a genuine learning culture at work.
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