Developing Employees who Love to Learn: Tools, Strategies, and Programs for Promoting Learning at Work
Employees who embrace learning eagerly develop new skills, innovate creatively, and welcome change - the ingredients of success for any organization that wants to stay competitive and meet the challenges of the turbulent 21st century workplace. Developing Employees Who Love to Learn is filled with innovative strategies for helping employees advance themselves - and their businesses - by learning to learn. Step by step this book shows how to lay the groundwork and put in place the activities and programs that will generate meaningful employee learning. Author Linda Honold's numerous illustrative examples give managers, human resources, and organization development professionals a much-needed guide to promoting ongoing learning at work. Using the information and implementing an effective learning-to-learn system will integrate learning with work, link a new learning approach to an existing career development program, encourage employees to be responsible for their own learning, develop employees who are engaged in their work, tie employee learning to performance evaluations, and transform any workplace into a learning environment.
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