Reskilling To Combat The Growing Skills Gap All around the world companies increasingly meet the need to improve employees’ knowledge and skills due to changes in societies, technologies and markets. Both CEOs and learning, development executives evaluate skill gaps very seriously. In a McKinsey 2020 survey 87% of executives said they were experiencing skill gaps…
Meta description: Learning culture positively impacts both employees and companies. Managers should take certain steps to create a learning culture and engage employees in it.
Gamification is an effective tool at workplaces because of its game design elements and attention on employees psychological needs.
Learning platforms and micro-learning are today making progress and entering the daily lives of companies. The emphasis has shifted from actively seeking talent outside the company to developing talent in the existing employees.
A good teacher could tell you about the close relationship between engagement, learning, and personal growth. Learning plays a key role in fostering personal growth, and personal growth stimulates workplace engagement.
This article explains why employee engagement will be difficult or almost impossible to achieve without transforming the company’s culture into a culture of continuous learning.
A learning culture increases the level of knowledge of employees and the competitiveness of the company.
After training, employees often complain about wasting time. This negative experience often means a generally negative attitude towards training courses.