“Much of the joy has been snuffed out of learning. Schools, workplaces, and their associated compliance drills make a series of mandatory demands from near the start of our lives to near the end. Worse still, we associate those experiences with arbitrary pass/fail cut-offs and sinister, official consequences. And much of the $359 million spent on corporate learning is wasted. This is a sad situation.”
In The simple joy of learning on the job, Marc Zao-Sanders and Catalina Schweninger, discuss how the spark of learning joy is real and useful, and how we can bring more of it into our professional lives.
How do you as a Learning & Development professional help to develop the joy of learning rather than force mandatory training on your people?
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