‘True learning cultures, defined by CEB as “a culture that supports an open mindset, an independent quest for knowledge, and shared learning directed toward the mission and goals of the organization,” are still the exception rather than the norm. Recent research found that only 10% of organizations have managed to create them, with just 20% of employees demonstrating effective learning behaviors at work. Research by Bersin examined the issue of learning culture in great detail and found that companies who effectively nurture their workforce’s desire to learn are at least 30% more likely to be market leaders in their industries over an extended period of time.
In their article, 4 ways to create a learning culture on your team, Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic and Josh Bersin provide four science-based recommendations to help you create a learning culture on your team or in your organization:
What are you doing to create a learning culture that supports an open mindset, an independent quest for knowledge and shared learning? What are you doing to shift from a “training culture” to a “learning culture”?
SHARE your thoughts with your team.
What can you collectively do to move things on in your own organisation?
FIND OUT MORE about how to inspire modern managers to establish a new mindset and culture in their teams in this section of the MWL 2020 resource. [Note: To access this content, you will need to purchase access to MWL2020]