Learning is not a one-time event or a periodic luxury. Great leaders in great companies recognize that the ability to constantly learn, innovate, and improve is vital to their success. – Amy Edmondson
As an employee what defines happiness for you at the workplace?
As an employer what are the steps that you can take to motivate your employees to work better?
These are two key questions that L&D teams have to handle in organizations in the context of learning in the modern workplace. Unsurprisingly, a vast majority of employees seek knowledge and skills, which help them do their current job better. A sub-set of this group looks to acquire knowledge that can help them shift to another job-role and achieve job satisfaction.
Employers need to take a keen interest in creating a healthy and conducive atmosphere for their staff to learn, grow, and work effectively. Remember – ‘A happy workplace ensures that work gets done better and faster’. The Association for Talent Development, based in the United States, states that “Organizations are more competitive, agile, and engaged when knowledge is constantly and freely shared.”