Wednesday, 21st September 2022 | 09:00
As a result of joining this event the participant will know the importance of teams being learning-centred which will enable them to build a culture of performance development.
- Leaders seeking to develop the learning culture and performance development in the teams they lead.
- Leaders curious about the key foundations for effective learning culture in teams.
Type of audience
UK and International
In this webinar, Mark will examine the huge benefits that learning can bring to teams and their performance. Indeed he'll examine the consequences of becoming 'closed to learning'. He'll provide you with a framework to reflect on where your teams are now, and how to develop performance over time through learning. Mark will examine the common barriers that inhibit effective learning in teams, and provide practical, proven strategies to overcome them. If you've ever wondered how to develop performance of your team through learning, this session will help you to gain clarity on your next steps.
- Why building a learning culture is an imperative, rather than a nice to have.
- The key barriers that inhibit effective learning in teams.
- How to design learning, so that it actually develops performance.
CPD Points: Two (when attending live) or one (watching the recording)
Mark Burns, Director at Plus One Learning Limited
Mark has a proven track record in supporting learning and performance development in organisations. Through his work, he has developed a deep understanding of the barriers to learning and how to overcome them. He was Gold award winner at Learning Performance Institute Learning Awards 2021 and co-authored The Learning Imperative winner at the Business Book Awards 2019.
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