How to Encourage Continuous Learning through L&D

In the business world, learning and development programs are often viewed as a one-and-done solution to learner needs. Employees take a course, absorb the information, complete a quiz, and then move on with their work. While quick, easy to access training is a great way for learners to engage with information, it often takes more for behavior change to take root. In fact, learning is maximized not by the training itself, but by the work done after to ensure knowledge retention and proficient application of new skills. For L&D, that might mean developing post-training performance that drives continuous learning. Businesses that foster continuous learning habits have a competitive edge and often see better ROI for their training initiatives. Here are some things to consider when building a training program and company culture that encourages continuous learning.

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