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Driving Performance through Learning
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Learning and Development (L&D) professionals are uniquely placed in an organization to improve both individual employee performance as well as the overall performance of the business. However, this is only possible if learning activity is aligned with the goals of the business. Driving Performance through Learning shows L&D professionals how to identify business needs and ensure that staff effectively develop the skills that will enable a company to achieve its objectives. Covering ever…
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Driving Performance through Learning
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  • Autorius: Andy Lancaster
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  • Metai: 20191103
  • ISBN-10: 0749497432
  • ISBN-13: 9780749497439
  • Formatas: 15.5 x 23.4 x 2.7 cm, minkšti viršeliai
  • Kalba: Anglų

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Learning and Development (L&D) professionals are uniquely placed in an organization to improve both individual employee performance as well as the overall performance of the business. However, this is only possible if learning activity is aligned with the goals of the business. Driving Performance through Learning shows L&D professionals how to identify business needs and ensure that staff effectively develop the skills that will enable a company to achieve its objectives.

Covering everything from how to use insights from neuroscience to improve employee attention, engagement and knowledge retention and how to assess which learning technologies will add the greatest value through to how to curate and deliver learning content on the platform best-suited to the learner, Driving Performance through Learning is an essential handbook for all L&D professionals. Including guidance on how to build a culture of collaborative learning and how to move from a traditional course-based approach to employee training to a resource-driven one, this book ensures that learning becomes integrated into an employee's workflow so that performance improvement is continuous. There is also expert guidance on how to identify which skills are best to develop in-house, which it is more effective to outsource and how to improve knowledge management so that essential information is retained inside the organization instead of being lost when employees leave the business.

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Learning and Development (L&D) professionals are uniquely placed in an organization to improve both individual employee performance as well as the overall performance of the business. However, this is only possible if learning activity is aligned with the goals of the business. Driving Performance through Learning shows L&D professionals how to identify business needs and ensure that staff effectively develop the skills that will enable a company to achieve its objectives.

Covering everything from how to use insights from neuroscience to improve employee attention, engagement and knowledge retention and how to assess which learning technologies will add the greatest value through to how to curate and deliver learning content on the platform best-suited to the learner, Driving Performance through Learning is an essential handbook for all L&D professionals. Including guidance on how to build a culture of collaborative learning and how to move from a traditional course-based approach to employee training to a resource-driven one, this book ensures that learning becomes integrated into an employee's workflow so that performance improvement is continuous. There is also expert guidance on how to identify which skills are best to develop in-house, which it is more effective to outsource and how to improve knowledge management so that essential information is retained inside the organization instead of being lost when employees leave the business.

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