Learning and development strategy: tailor learning for success
Why is learning and development important?
In a fiercely competitive labour market, retaining top talent and improving productivity has never been so critical to business success. When it comes to L&D, 93% of employees say they will stay longer at a company that invests in their career development.
Understanding your team’s Thinking Styles™ helps you to align employee goals and performance to that of the organisation. With this, you are empowered with a unique opportunity to improve nearly all facets of your business through an improved understanding of how to motivate and retain high-performing employees.
With Whole Brain® Thinking underpinning a framework for learning and development you can:
Retain top talent
Earn more profit
Attract in-demand candidates
Increase your team’s knowledge
Our top learning and development ideas and resourcesMany businesses implement learning and development plans or strategies in the workplace, however, without the right tools to support these initiatives they often lose traction and end up lacking real value.At Herrmann, we empower employees and HR professionals to use Whole Brain® Thinking to ensure a real and lasting impact when improving personal and professional development.Discover the following resources to tailor learning for success in your workplace.
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This article is adapted from Ned Herrmann’s original paper: Creativity, Learning and the Specialised Brain In the Context of Education for Gifted and Talented Children* I would like to acquaint you with my specialised language, which is the new language of brain...
Professional development and employee retention are closely linked. That's because modern employees are at their most engaged when they are learning.
This article is a guest post from Ashley Blackburn, Director of Programs at Uncharted Learning. Do you know what your brain “looks” like? I didn’t, until about 3 months ago when I completed a Whole Brain® Thinking assessment (called the HBDI®) and participated in a...