Growing our knowledge is one of the fastest ways for us to evolve. It’s invaluable to everyone, both professionally and personally. Without learning and development, we don’t have innovation. We don’t have creativity, growth or transformation.
Learning at work can help employees tackle unique challenges, spark new ideas, build confidence, and keep their skills relevant. It’s also a great retention tool, something that’s more important than ever during the current climate of the Great Resignation.
This guide to coaching and development covers:
- Why employee development is essential
- The four different learning styles
- Future-focused upskilling
- Development pathways
- Learning tools
- Learning templates
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