Wednesday, August 10, 2016

3 Big Myths About Workplace Learning - Todd Tauber, CLO

Most of the diehard learning myths that linger in today’s companies just aren’t true. For instance, employees do have time for learning — if it helps them do their jobs better or advances their careers. Most CLOs are working hard to connect with their workforce. According to the Brandon Hall Group, 61 percent of learning and development leaders think workers should engage with their resources at least once-a-week. Yet, in a webinar poll conducted with Chief Learning Officer earlier this year, only 20 percent of learning leaders said their employees do that. To help learning and development teams better engage employees, Degreed recently surveyed 512 people to understand how today’s workforce builds their skills and careers. The findings, summarized in the “How the Workforce Learns in 2016” report, call out three common myths about workplace learning.

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