How Experiential Learning Benefits Your Employees

Implementing experiential learning in your employee development program offers a plethora of benefits to the company’s functionality and success.

Experiential learning refers to the learning through experience and reflection. In 1984, David Kolb developed the Experiential Learning Theory (fig. 1), describing it as “the process whereby knowledge is created through the transformation of experience.” Following on from this, knowledge is properly formulated when the concept is grasped, fused with transforming the experience. The theory accounts for the effects of internal and external factors, including cognition, environment, emotions and experiences. The analysis and consideration of these factors contributes to the formulation of a holistic approach to understanding experiential learning.

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