The onboarding program at Compassion in World Farming International starts as soon as someone accepts their new job, which might be months before they start work. Patrycja Nykiel and Phillippa Reed explain the impact of this pioneering approach.
The implementation of learning cultures is becoming more necessary as training, technology, and learning evolves. What does a learning culture look like in action? In this article we hear from various L&D leaders who have worked to lead holistic cultural shifts in their organizations.
Continuous learning is vital – everyone says so – but what does it mean for organisations? It’s not just about providing continuous training or making employees study continuously; it’s more about helping them establish a regular habit of learning.
When a company is growing quickly, it’s easy to forget about culture. They may end up working longer hours, taking on new responsibilities, or interfacing with new partners and providers. Such changes might make them start thinking about their company in a very different light.
Most corporate eLearning solutions fail to meet the needs of learners and ultimately fail to fulfill the set learning objectives. When creating the eLearning strategy, this has to be taken into consideration along with concerted focus on how to improve the learning culture of the organization.
Organizations with a strong learning culture are the most successful. Those that drive language and communications learning from the foundation of a robust learning culture are most effective of all. It is vitally important for organizations to support their employees in acquiring local languages.