Productivity: What It Means in L&D & How To Maintain It

“Being busy does not mean being productive.”

Hurts a little, doesn’t it?

Hate to shatter that illusion folks, but there’s a lot of truth to this – especially when it comes to L&D.

Before we get into the how and why  of ‘productivity’, let’s first take a look at what we mean by ‘productivity’ in an L&D context.

According to the Oxford Dictionary, productivity is “the effectiveness of effort, especially in industry, as measured in terms of the rate of output per unit of input.”

From an L&D perspective, the input and output components of productivity are loosely twofold; with one relating to day-to-day job performance, and the other to skills development.

Both require consistent attention and effort to produce a desirable output, leaving you with the simple task of harmoniously balancing the two and enjoying an exceptional career trajectory as a result.

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