How to Structure an Employee Learning Plan

Many people mistakenly assume that their days of learning are over when they finish school and enter the job market, but nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, a person’s ability to learn and incorporate new knowledge is one of their most vital assets at any given point in their careers, no matter what they do for a living. You'll hear many people talk about the importance of having a plan for your development, but no one really tells you how to create one. Until now. By the end of this article you will have learned not only how to structure an employee learning plan but also how to encourage engagement in your team.

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