Category: Growth

Knowledge, Skill and Will – Applying Our Framework to Employee and Talent Development

First let’s start with some basic definitions of common terms that we might be using in slightly different ways. We have a somewhat holistic view of learning and development which approaches objectives as shown in the table below:  The first important distinction is the use of only 2 categories of knowledge and skills, 1) professional

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Importance of Job definition to Learning and Talent Development

 When the learning and talent development strategy focuses on creating a workplace environment that encourages and supports learning behaviour, the meaning employees associate with their jobs becomes an extremely important consideration and variable in the design of products and interventions. As reflected in this post “rethinking the role of the learning function” by Dehumo, learning

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