Why every organization needs a learning culture

For most organizations, there’s no question that having a learning culture is important. So important that it’s actually advertised. Many job ads you read mention “learning opportunities” under benefits. Some might get more specific and include something like “stipend for training courses of your choice,” “ticket to annual conferences,” or “access to online libraries.

Citing these perks shows a commitment to training. But are these benefits enough to attract and retain great employees? And more to the point, are they enough for companies that want to grow well-equipped teams?

Offering training is an important factor in attracting potential employees. But to help them flourish and benefit as an organization, you need to create a culture of learning in the workplace. And that requires a unique approach to your training strategy.

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