Promoters of L&D in the organization impact their organization positively through performance and agility.
They are also key drivers for business growth and enablers of business continuity and the ability to adapt.
But it's managers that are in a make-or-break position to impact the number of promoters vs. detractors in the business.
A learning culture in particular is key to improving the employee experience and moving your business forward, because it can drive skill development, agility, responsiveness, and revenue – all items on the CEO’s agenda.
“How the Workforce Learns” Report by Degreed
The latest research from Degreed found that managers are uniquely positioned to either encourage learning or even dismiss it altogether. In a positive learning culture, people are 92% more likely to say their manager supported their development. This means managers can be instrumental to the success of company L&D initiatives. What can you do differently?
Join Anglo American’s Amritha Murali & Degreed’s Sarah Danzl to:
- Explore what “How the Workforce Learns” data says about management
- Hone in on why it’s important for managers to encourage development
- Discover 4 steps managers can take to create a positive learning culture
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Wednesday, September 28th, 2022
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