Applied on-the-job (OTJ)

In the quest for increased value from training, this month we take a closer look at the last of the three elements, how to get learning Applied OTJ.

Achieving this can be summed up by two words, stretch and requirement

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Driven by Managers

Why should managers drive what’s happening in their team from a learning and development point of view? Because they’re the person best placed to understand the capability needs of their team.

The benefits of a ‘Driven by Managers’ approach can be significant; individuals who experience their own development contributing to the business have shown to be more engaged and more productive.

An engaged and productive team reflects very well on the manager.

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Connecting Training to Strategy

In the quest for increased value from training, this month we take a closer look at how to ensure it’s Connected to Strategy.

Start by looking one level up. There’s no need to start by trying to do the connection between your team’s goals and the organisation as a whole – start by looking at your business unit strategy.

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