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"L&D needs a clearly defined strategy for tangible results" say Acorn Experts
One of L&D's primary outcomes is to manage people development in a way that supports other key business priorities. L&D benefits employees by giving them more marketable skills, but it can also benefit organisations by providing a newfound market advantage.
To see tangible improvements in L&D, the experts suggest four steps. These include identifying skills gaps, pinpointing learning objects, designing assessment methods and then evaluating the learning process. These steps help develop a clearly defined strategy.
"Your L&D strategy and people strategy are more alike than you think – in fact, one can't be successful without the other," said Blake Proberts (Co-Founder and Managing Director). "By creating a learning and development initiative that supports the employee lifecycle through recruitment, training and career growth, you can build a more resilient, talented and productive workforce now and in the future."
The real challenge of implementing a new training program is reaping the benefits of it long term. Effective L&D aims to build a culture of continuous learning. This can be achieved by supporting employees' desire to learn, weeding out workplace toxicity and reinforcing new skills.
The Acorn experts' full article on learning and development can be found on their Acorn Labs blog here: https://bit.ly/
Pursuit Technology is a software development company which seeks to streamline systems through innovative solutions and unlock the potential of the workforce. Pursuit is all about putting the customer at the centre of everything we create. Since the inception of our Acorn LMS seven years ago, we've worked with everyone from local businesses to federal government agencies. In that time, we've maintained a 100% retention rate. Acorn LMS contains all the tools needed to support workforces – from onboarding and inductions through to compliance and ongoing development.