Building A Right Learning Culture

Building A Right Learning Culture

Sarder Learning
Updated May 26, 2024
Course Description

Course Introduction

A learning culture is defined as a set of values, processes or environment that help individuals and organizations increase understanding, skills and knowledge for organizational success. Organizations that effectively implement a learning culture can expect an increase in efficiency, productivity, profit, employee engagement, innovation, and employee satisfaction. It is a challenging task to take on, especially because a majority of organizations fail to transform into learning organizations.

In this course, experts from the fields of learning and management share their expertise and knowledge on how to create an environment that focuses on lifelong learning, encourages employees to take advantage of learning opportunities, share their skills with others, and transform organizations into places of growth and innovation.

Who Should Attend

  • Senior Management
  • CLOs
  • Learning And Development Professionals
  • Human Resource Professionals
  • Team Managers

Course Methodology

The self-paced e-learning course is based on exclusive interviews with learning and business leaders.

Learning Objectives

  • Need for a focused vision and challenges in building a learning organization
  • The need for learning leaders to stay relevant
  • The role of a CLO
  • Use of project management skills
  • Emotional engagement
  • Core learning capabilities and use of technology

Course Modules

  • Right Leader
  • Right People
  • Right Behaviors
  • Right Resources