How Learning and Development Can Help You Bridge the Corporate Cliques

As digital learning professionals, we’ll admit it: those who work in corporate training aren’t usually seen as the “cool kids in class.” As part of HR, learning and development can sometimes get an inherently negative reputation based on employee experiences with HR in the past.

In fact, pretty much any organization looks a lot like a high school cafeteria.  You’ve got your jocks, your drama kids–even your A/V club. The trick in today’s corporate landscape, however, is to break down clique barriers so that everyone works together as one cohesive team. If you want to increase L&D buy-in, you’ll need to recognize each departments’ strengths and then teach each group how they can benefit one another in a symbiotic way.

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