It's the start of the new year and there's never been a better time to build a learning strategy at your business. That's why we thought we'd share with you this fantastic article '4 Ways to Build a Culture of Learning' from Training Industry that is the perfect piece to help you build and strategize a positive learning culture at your company in 2022.
The article is written by Dr. Britt Andreatta, who is an internationally recognized thought leader who creates brain science–based solutions for today’s learning challenges. Dr. Andreatta has published several books on the brain science of success and is a former Chief Learning Officer with more than 25 years of experience.
Dr. Andreatta’s interesting piece shines a light on some essential strategies that can guide everyone who cares about building a culture of learning, including:
- Build critical components of a learning culture into all your offerings
- Lead by example
- Highlight leaders that exemplify a growth mindset
- Align your systems and processes to a positive culture of learning
Dr. Andreatta said:
“A positive learning culture is not owned nor created by one department or program. It lives in the collective efforts of all members of the community. Learning and development (L&D) and talent professionals are intimately involved in creating a positive culture of learning because they typically develop or sponsor an organization’s learning strategy and related offerings. They also build learning champions across the organization. It’s clear that learning is at the heart of how we reach our fullest potential — as individuals, as organizations and as societies. The good news is that our biology is set up to help us learn every day. Creating a positive culture of learning in your organization is critical to its ongoing success. It helps you not only develop your talent to meet today’s challenges but starts preparing them now for the bold new future that awaits.”
Click the link below to read the article in full on the Training Industry website and find out how you can build a clear learning strategy for your coming in 2022 today.