Learning is central to the long-term success of any team. It is far too important to dismiss or to relegate to a 'nice to do' list. In The Learning Imperative, bestselling authors Mark Burns and Andy Griffith explore the common barriors to effective learning and present a range of practical tools and strategies to help organisations bring about - and reap the benefits of-a more positive learning culture. Together they map out the key stages of the learning journey and provide a step-by-step guide for team leaders and managers who want to improve learning in their teams. They also provide essential guidance on the design and delivery of effective training programmes. Whether you are an experienced leader or just staring out in the role, this user-friendly manual will empower you to boost your team's performance and to make a powerful impact on their learning. If you are serious about improving performance through learning in the workplace, The Learning Imperative delivers key strategies for achieving this in spades. Whether you're a manager, leader, trainer or teacher, The Learning Imperative provides plenty of opportunity for self-reflection and growth - see where the journey takes you. The Learning Imperative should be on the bookshelf of anyone interested in progressive management. Mark and Andy display a subtleness in their writing with their thoughtful, realistic approach - reminding us all of the importance of learning in any organisation. Practical, well-constructed and full of insightful tips, The Learning Imperative is a book that I will continue to refer back to. The Learning Imperative is for anyone who wants to motivate their team to grow and perform well.
|Publisher:||Crown House Publishing, Limited|
|Product dimensions:||7.10(w) x 9.60(h) x 0.70(d)|
About the Author
Mark Burns is co-director of MALIT Ltd and has a proven track record in improving teaching and leadership in education. More recently, he has worked with FTSE 100 retailers and third sector organisations to develop the quality and impact of their learning and development programmes.
Andy Griffith is the founding director of MALIT Ltd. He has won a national training award for his work in education and has consulted for a number of organisations including the BBC and Comic Relief. Andy's prime focus is to design training and learning opportunities that challenge people to strive for excellence. Mark and Andy's work has been shortlisted in the Best Learning & Development Initiative - Public/Third Sector category of the 2018 CIPD People Management Awards.
Table of Contents
Part I Learning and your team 5
1 The importance of learning 7
2 The learning-performance matrix 25
Part II Overcoming barriers to learning 47
3 Processing overload 55
4 Low relational trust 83
5 Perception gaps 109
Part III Designing effective learning 151
6 Planning backwards 155
7 Developing shared clarity 175
8 The you stage 197
Appendix 1 Feedback survey 217
Appendix 2 Learning programme planner 221