Developing a Culture of Learning
MANAGING DIRECTOR & FOUNDER
AUSTRALASIAN LEADERSHIP ACADEMY, AUSTRALIA
By strengthening a learning culture, companies can compete more effectively and boost employee engagement. So, what steps are you taking to further embed and support learning in your organisation?
Developing a strong culture of learning is one of the most rewarding – but also one of the most gruelling – exercises that a learning and development professional can undertake.
With a healthy learning culture, people develop new skills through their own initiative, helping the organisation to get better results. Learning cultures also allow individuals to feel more engaged and motivated.
A professional learning culture is an on-going process from both a personal and professional prospective. It includes understanding ideas and experiences and applying them directly into the organisation to produce real outcomes.
Lynne Stephens, founder of the Australasian Leadership Academy, will share with you her extensive experience in “Blended eLearning Solutions” and the many benefits of “Developing a learning culture”, including:
- The value of blended learning
- Thought Leadership
- Heutagogy – Self-determined learning