By Jan Arzooman for AMA—December 11, 2019
Learner-centric learning, though popular and expeditious, has its limits for an organization that wants to instill behavior change among its workforce—because leaders lack awareness of what employees are learning, how much their skills are improving, and whether the training is aligned with business outcomes.
But there are ways to include learner centricity in your talent development strategy. American Management Association has been sharing best practices at a series of briefings throughout the U.S. with groups of HR and L&D leaders. Led by K.C. Blonski, vice president, AMA Corporate Learning Solutions, the groups have discussed how to implement a curated learner-centric learning program, leaving some autonomy to learners while still leading them in the right direction. Read more.