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Manager's Role in Learning and Performance Improvement

The Performance Improvement Blog

What should be a manager’s role in employee learning? In answering this question, the first thing managers have to understand is that continuous learning is the modus operandi for all high performance organizations. Marshall and Kelly Goldsmith make that point in this comment about the importance of employee development (i.e.,

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Using Peer-to-Peer Learning to Build Collaborative Cultures

Learning Rebels

What is Peer-to-Peer Learning? When it comes to learning in the workplace, we know that the traditional top-down approach to training and development is no longer sufficient. ” Peer-to-peer learning is a collaborative approach in which *gasp* people learn from each other.


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This Is What I Believe About Learning in Organizations

The Performance Improvement Blog

Data indicates that less than 20% of participants apply learning from formal training programs. Unfortunately, companies continue to spend most of their employee development budget and most of their time and effort on training programs and systems tracking training activities. Manager’s Role is People.

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Implications of the ESG agenda for leadership

CLO Magazine

A new leadership role, and the skills and mindsets required to play it Navigating these disruptions is transforming the skills and mindset required of senior executive leaders, including chief learning officers. CEOs see their new role as influencing change in their organizations to open up the space for others to behave differently.

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What Is Peer-to-Peer Learning in the Workplace? (+Examples)


Learning and development is constantly evolving, and it can be challenging to determine which trends are ideal for your organization. Here are seven types of peer-to-peer learning examples commonly found in a corporate setting. Action learning groups. Action learning groups are small groups of 5-7 people.

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Leaders Learning about Learning

The Performance Improvement Blog

I argued that in order for any kind of learning intervention (training, coaching, mentoring, action learning, etc.) to have a positive impact on achieving the organization’s goals, managers had to take an active role in supporting learning. This message was well received by these senior leaders.

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Leading the Way: Developing Organizational Leaders

Infopro Learning

Motivating and empowering their trainers and designers creates engaging learning experiences that benefit the entire organization. While leadership development often needs a more systematic approach within companies, there’s a wide array of formal and informal methods.

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