Preparing for the future of learning

Evidence for leaders in Learning and Development to reflect on changing approaches to workplace learning and consider the skills they need for the future.

Preparing for the future of learning

In order to be prepared for future learning, a clear line of vision is needed between L&D activity and organizational performance.

Through research reports, it has been established that the role of a learning practitioner in the future will be as a facilitator, a social mentor and curator of knowledge. This report will detail the changing role of an L&D professional and how this will aid the shift to future learning principles.  

In this report, we seek to:  

  • Provide details of what can be adapted to aid organizations growth with L&D 

  • Offer sound advice and a clear approach for organizations to follow 

  • Demonstrate what changes can be made to ensure future success  

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