Learning Driven Change Is urgently needed in organisations. There are gaps in learning outcomes, that are causing 75% of leaders to be dissatisfied with the Learning and Development opportunities offered and taken up by their people.
The demand for a more talented workforce goes beyond adapting to the new digital world. CEOs of fast-moving organisations. Implementing bold strategies, innovative cultures, inclusive workforces, and great expectation, all need highly skilled people.
Most business leaders realise that they can’t just hire the workforce they need. There aren’t enough prospective recruits, and the expense would be enormous. Instead, companies must up-skill their existing people. This means expanding capabilities and employability, often using a wider range of adult learning and training tools, to fulfil the talent needs of a rapidly changing economy.
Facilitated learning is an approach that enables your learning and development or operational people to either work better with a change consultant’s learning content, any learning curriculum being used, or a specific custom solution.
Facilitated learning approach has a focus on creating sustainable behaviour change that leads to both a sense of personal accomplishment, as well as better business outcomes.
HBR Where Companies Go Wrong with Learning and Development Oct 2 2019
- 70 % of employees report not having the skills they need to do their current job
- 12% of employees early skills they learn on the job
- 25% of employees believe training measurably improved performance