Adopting a learning culture for your team is important to your organization’s sustainability. But too many managers still perceive training as a luxury and not as a competitive necessity. They look at training culture as a nice-to-have rather than a must-have. One of the main challenges that your organization may face while creating a learning-centric team is that it will become departmentalized and your employees will operate only within their area of expertise.
Research suggests that a strong learning culture helps to retain top talent, reduce employee attrition, increase productivity and improve engagement. Google has become an exciting place to work with due to their transformative learning culture. It helps them attract and recruit the best talents in their industry, which provides them with an edge over their competitors.
A true learning culture enables your employees to think critically and get out of ‘this is the way the company always functions’ thinking. Having it in place facilitates learning across your company’s departments. It improves your company’s employee engagement and boosts their confidence through a better information flow.
The pre-eminent business leader Jack Welch, the former CEO of GE, explains the importance of learning culture succinctly, “An organization’s ability to learn, and translate that learning into action rapidly, is the ultimate competitive advantage.” Adopting a strong learning culture in your team provides a host of benefits that:
- Boosts efficiency
- Improves productivity
- Increases profit
- Improves employee retention
- Identifies and develops leaders at all levels through succession planning
A&A Consulting provides knowledge-intensive training to your team members, which boosts their productivity. Ultimately, this helps your company become a learning-centric one and thus, sustainable. For details, contact our consultant today. To avail our business consulting, contact our consultant email@example.com. Visit us: http://www.aaconsulting.co.in/contact