What Would be Some Ways to Promote a Learning Culture and Drive Employee Engagement in Continuous Learning?
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[Excerpt] To prepare for the fourth industrial revolution, many companies have noticed the importance of building a learning culture to promote continuous learning in the workplace. Our findings indicate several factors that make for more effective educational initiatives in the workplace. First, linking learning to formal performance reviews contributes to a culture of learning. Second, maximizing the availability and incentives of participating in informal learning opportunities foster a learning culture. Furthermore, the most effective learning programs are those that are ad hoc.
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Human Resources; HR; engagement; employee engagement; learning; culture; learning culture; fourth industrial revolution; coaching; reskilling
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