A Must Reads on Learning that will help you think about how leaders, organizations, and teams can learn new skills and adapt quickly to changing environments.
- We've collected the best of everything we've published on learning so you have it all in one volume.
- The ideal volume will cover classic challenges such as creating and sustaining supportive learning environments, identifying and creating opportunities, setting goals, failing productively, cultivating psychological safety, and finding time for meaningful reflection. Content mix will include research-based pieces to ground advice/their experience and practitioner interviews to inspire.
Audience: For professionals who are interested in how organizations, leaders, and employees can learn new skills and rapidly adapt to new environments. From folks in organizations without professional growth programs or those looking to stay engaged with job crafting to people looking to build new skills and make a transition.
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