How to build and change habits in the workplace
A guide to help L&D professionals build and create habits in their organization, to shape behavior change and create real business impact.
Through adapting workplace habits, Learning and Development practitioners are presented with the capability to improve the efficiency and effectiveness within their organization. This report provides data from over 700 L&D practitioners and 10,000 learners and brings to the surface two key attributes recommended for adapting workplace habits.
Re-shaping the way that knowledge is not only taught; but delivered and interspersed into the current learning model is important and beneficial to ensure a positive workplace environment with regards to L&D.
In this report, we seek to:
Inform organizations of possible strategies to change workplace habits and successfully evolve their learning model
Provide data and insights to allow L&D practitioners to see how changes can be implemented
Create a straightforward model for reflection and changing habits to create a new, improved learning approach.
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