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According to a Deloitte study, “the gap between the importance of learning and development in organizations and the ability to act on it has grown by 200%.” So how can organizations bridge this gap? In his article for Inc., Jeff Miller suggests that to create a robust culture of learning, learning should be a “communal effort,” starting from the top down: leaders must help shape learning in their organization. Leaders can actively contribute to a culture of learning by sharing personal successes and obstacles as well as being open to welcoming knowledge from others. Finally, learning should be aligned with business goals by clearly defining investment in people, resources and time. When a learning culture is strongly supported and nourished by leaders, “employees will naturally seek out and share knowledge.”
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