The Neuroscience of Peer Learning

The good news is that more and more businesses are recognizing the importance of ongoing employee learning and development (L&D)—not just for increase capability and productivity, but also for employee engagement and retention. The bad news is that many companies are neglecting one of the most important parts of the L&D landscape: peer learning.

Indeed, not all learning opportunities have to come from classes, seminars, or other outside development programs. On the contrary, much of the knowledge that you want your employees to learn is already in your organization somewhere. The tricky part is figuring out how to facilitate the knowledge transfer from the person or people that have this knowledge to the people who want it.

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