In the final part of the three-part feature in Training Journal, How to change the behaviour of your people: The end becomes the beginning, AstraZeneca’s Brian Murphy and The Creative Engagement Group’s Guy Champniss tell us how to move beyond the learning intervention and look to the long term.
“The great thing about applying behavioural science to help form an everyday learning habit is that it acts like rocket fuel for all future learning and change enablement. Digital disruption is fuelling the rate and type of change that we are facing in our organisations which in turn is leading to a greater need for innovation.
The forming of a continuous learning habit will therefore future-proof ourselves, our teams and our organisations.
It is the gift that keeps on giving and so getting good at it will be the differentiating factor for companies and their people in their quest to survive and thrive. Being comfortable with being uncomfortable and normalising this through incorporating learning habits as part of our every day will help us to create the learning agility that is needed.“
How are you helping your managers change learning behaviours in their teams and encouraging a continuous learning habit at work – so that they learn both FROM the work and FOR the work.
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