The nature of learning and development is fast changing, and so is the role of the L&D function as a whole. We’re moving from a push format where L&D teams were the sole drivers of organizational learning where they identified, created, and scheduled training interventions; to a pull format where L&D teams act as facilitators and curators of learning material, and all other teams and individuals are responsible for identifying their own learning needs.
With the large volume and multiple forms of learning material that is created, it becomes extremely important for L&D team to bring focus to new learning interventions, and showcase the value of these programs. After all, even the most robust training interventions can end up having really low uptake, if the crucial question of “What’s in it for me” is not answered.
Here are some ways in which we can help you bring focus to your learning interventions, and highlight the value of the program to your employees.