Poor management is the top reason why people leave companies. Therefor, creating good managers and leaders is essential to the health of a learning culture.
- Another critical component for building…a positive culture of learning,…is the role of your managers and leaders.…This is because the real, daily experiences…of any organization lives in the environment…that managers create for their employees,…and that leaders create for the departments and teams.…Let's first look at managers.…We've all heard the adage that people leave a boss,…not a company, and it's true.…Numerous surveys have shown that the number one reason…people give is the relationship with their manager,…and I'm sure you've had a range of bosses…in your career too.…
The good ones help us be our best,…and make us feel great about coming to work,…and the bad ones, well, they make us eventually realize…that we'd be better off somewhere else.…When you look deeper, it really comes down to…whether the manager is creating a positive learning culture.…It's the manager's daily words and actions…that are the soil from which the tree can thrive, or wither.…While other parts of the organization…can compensate a little for a poor manager,…
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- Demonstrate how to establish a growth mindset
- Explain 2 methods to integrate learning into your organization
- Demonstrate how to empower through knowledge sharing
- Provide a way to overcome an 3 obstacles
- Demonstrate a method for addressing opportunities
- Explain 3 best practices to measuring success