The Evolution of Learning and Development
Learning and Development is undergoing a shift. The shelf-life of employee skills is shortening, and our methods to upskill them today aren’t fully meeting our needs. This gap is leading to new ways of thinking about L&D and, with it, new tactics and strategies.
What are these new tactics and strategies? In short, it’s person-to-person learning. The thinking goes that instead of only leveraging online courses, full-day seminars, and performance appraisals, we need ongoing, personalized growth through meaningful conversations with real people. What our L&D strategies need is more mentorship, peer coaching, and collaborative discussions.