Why manager involvement is crucial for workplace learning

We believe the ultimate goal of any sort of training is to improve on-the-job performance.

The answer to "Is what was learnt being applied on a regular basis?” should be a resounding yes. And we know that manager support and endorsement of training is critical to its success.

Without it, team members question its validity, priority and relevance to their job and professional development.

Unfortunately, many managers don’t actively support or dedicate time to learning – which doesn’t make a lot of sense, considering:

What managers want to get out of workplace learning:

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