Most organisations understand that learning generates a competitive advantage, and for many employees learning, or the lack of it, is a reason to stay or leave.
Many organisations have problems learning from successes and failures. People are afraid to learn from failure and focus on things that went wrong. Or they learn, but don't want to share their learning (and failure). Others learn only from successes. How to learn from failures and successes (and how not to) helps you to identify potential pitfalls, and ways to better learn from failures and successes.
This course will teach you how you can ensure and develop learning in your team. If an employee feels their role is getting too repetitive or they are not developing any individual skills, they are likely to leave. Of course this is not want we want, especially with employees that have great potential in your organisation. As maintaining learning is highly significant for staff motivation, managers and other senior members of staff should prioritise learning for all their employees, regardless of their roles and responsibilities. The course will provide you with knowledge of informal learning and how you can use this style of learning to your advantage with your employees. You will learn many practical styles of learning in this course which you can use.
On completion of this course, you will have a greater understanding of:
- How to facilitate learning in your organisation
- How to learn from failures and successes (and how not to)
- Continuous learning for agility
- How to harness the potential of informal learning
- The importance of a safe learning environment
- Why you should celebrate learning
- How to solve problems
- How to learn from your experiences
- How to never stop learning despite success (and why you should never stop learning)
CPD Points: 1
CPD Duration (hours): 1
Access: 12 months from purchase date