Since lifelong learning is the new norm, adults want to work for organizations that support and enable that learning in meaningful ways. This video explores the forms this type of learning can take.
- Lifelong learning is now the norm for working adults.…According to the latest Deloitte Human Capital…Trends report, most workers now face…a 60 to 70 year long professional life…punctuated by several careers and many jobs.…The average time people spend in a job is…three to four and a half years,…and the half-life for any learned skill is only five years.…This means that the modern worker not only expects…to be continually learning, they want to work…for an organization that supports…and enables that learning in meaningful ways.…
The Corporate Executive Board found…that employees spend 40% of their total time…at work learning.…And nearly 80% said that their learning occurred…outside of what was offered by the learning function.…Employees at all levels expect dynamic,…self-directed and continuous learning…from their employers.…LinkedIn's recent Workplace Learning Report found…that workers are engaging in learning…in the following ways: 52% in the moment of need…or on demand, 47% in the evenings and weekends,…42% at their office desk, and 27% on their commute…
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- Establishing a growth mindset
- Integrating learning into your organization
- Empowering through knowledge sharing
- Overcoming obstacles
- Addressing opportunities
- Measuring success