The real culture of learning lives in the beliefs and attitudes of its people and namely around two key questions explored in this video.
- You'll find a lot of publications out there…that talk about what a culture of learning is.…Let's look at a couple of examples.…Josh Bersin states that it's a collective set…of organizational values, conventions, processes…and practices that influence and encourage…both individuals and the collective organization…to continuously increase knowledge,…competence and performance.…The Corporate Executive Board defines it…as a culture that supports an open mindset,…an independent quest for knowledge…and shared learning directed toward the mission…and goals of the organization.…
What's clear in all of the definitions is…that a learning culture goes far beyond the workshops…and training programs hosted by the learning team.…Those offerings are certainly a big part of the picture,…but the real culture of learning lives…in the beliefs and attitudes of its people…and namely around two key questions.…How do we help people learn, grow, and improve?…And perhaps more importantly, what do we do…when people make a mistake or fail?…
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- Establishing a growth mindset
- Integrating learning into your organization
- Empowering through knowledge sharing
- Overcoming obstacles
- Addressing opportunities
- Measuring success