Many organizations aim to build learning cultures where employees can continuously grow and hone their skills to achieve high performance and career goals. To become a learning culture, organizations need to first address how people learn (and how this is different in the “real world” versus in formal education settings). The science behind how people learn questions the model for traditional courses as being “king” in a learning strategy. To develop and evolve their skills and capabilities in a fast-paced corporate environment, employees need to learn new ways to learn.
We all know the 70/20/10 model for learning, but employees don’t really know HOW to learn on the job. During this session, Arin will review a Learn & Grow campaign and program that she engineered while at Expedia, which was designed to help shift their company culture to one where development is a critical part of employee role expectations and to teach them how to learn on the job.
During this session, you will:
- Learn how to create a toolkit for managers for learning on the job.
- Learn how to create an internal rotation program to enable short term “gigs.”
- Take away tips for how you can shift your organization’s culture to one that embraces learning and growth as a key part of role expectations.