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Learning Culture
Learning Culture

How to implement a learning culture at your company

A learning culture is an environment where the conventions and organizational values encourage employees to grow, they aim to develop knowledge and increase performance rates. Creating an environment where employees can grow in their roles and otherwise is so important, according to SH!FT, employees who work in a learning environment are 37% more productive than those at companies that do not value workplace learning. So how can you implement a learning environment in your Business? Here are four things you can do to start developing a learning culture.

“The capacity to learn is a gift, the ability to learn is a skill, the willingness to learn is a choice.” — Brian Herbert


1.     Development: discuss it and make time for it

In order to develop a learning culture, it needs to be a part of performance discussions and time for these discussions has to be included in your agenda. Schedule meetings as often as managers and employees can afford to do so. This is a good way to ensure that performance and development are discussed hand in and that a learning environment is embedded in your company’s culture. These meetings should be prioritized by both parties. In addition to this, employees can work on a development or progress plan — what they want to learn and when they want to learn it by — to send to managers that can be evaluated in these meetings. Knowing there is something extra to work towards increases productivity and problem-solving skills.


2.     Keep the Business competitive

Implementing a learning culture is an effective way of doing business because it empowers employees and ensures that your business stays competitive. Given that we live in a fast-paced digitized world, having a learning culture ensures that employees (and your business) can keep up! A learning environment is beneficial because it gives employees additional opportunities to overcome challenges, adapt to changes and perform better in the dynamic digital landscapes of today. For employees who are interested in taking their learning one step further, Udemy and Shaw Academy are both excellent websites where you can do courses online for reasonable prices.


3.     Change it up

Routine and habit are huge hinderances to learning. If your company promotes that there is only one way to do things, then there is little room for creativity or improvement. Creating a learning environment also means that there should be a time for employees to voice their opinions and give suggestions for doing things differently. Making mistakes and taking risks are a part of learning and failure is essential to success. It is so important to change things around to make sure your company is always moving forward. Changing your routine may lead a few mistakes being made but we always learn more from failure than we do from success.


4.     Celebrate learning

Learning is a way of being and in order to grow your company, it is essential. A learning culture does not have to be expensive either, online courses are excellent, but they are time consuming and can be costly. There are other ways to implement a learning environment in your business, for example, have managers send out a weekly article, video or blog post that employees can learn from. There is so much information online, the knowledge that can be acquired is seemingly uncapped and it’s up to you to make the most of that information bank.


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