Supporting self-directed learning in corporate training programs

Many corporate employees prefer self-directed learning, which is a celebrated professional development method. L&D specialists usually create learning paths for each role, but they also curate many valuable resources to be accessed by people at their own will.

However, we can’t help but wonder: is having a closely monitored content library enough for efficient self-directed education?

The answer is no. Several factors need to be considered besides the learning materials.

Organizations need to build an entire support infrastructure for employees who engage in self-directed learning. A Formula One driver is alone in the car but has to rely on a crew for information and assistance. Corporate self-learners need their own crew as well. Here’s what for:

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