2020’s significant shift to remote working led to a surge in learning and development (L&D) within organizations. According to LinkedIn Learning research, globally, 63% of those within an L&D sector agree that learning and development now has a seat at the C-Suite or CEB table. This is up from 24% that was discovered in March 2020.
When developing a strong learning culture, however, organizations must focus on making it collaborative and dynamic. You must allow your team members to explore their creativity at work, individually, and as a team. A collaborative learning culture gives everyone a voice and allows ideas to flow freely within an organization, encouraging continuous learning and fostering a growth mindset.
We will break down what a collaborative learning culture is, its benefits, and how to create one within your organization.Continue reading “How To Develop a Collaborative Learning Culture”