Tag: on the job

Is hiring done in a way that’s discouraging learning behavior?

I was reflecting on the way we approach hiring people in to a role. In the spirit of role fitness and appropriateness, we focus so much energy and time on validating performance readiness such that the applicants’ approach to securing the role is to demonstrate as convincingly as possible that “They are ready and can

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On the job learning

I think on the job training as a term should be retired as it suggests training interventions embedded within the work cycle. Don’t get me wrong, like teaching, there is much value to be had from embedding training in the work flow, however, training is formal and for all intents and purposes, artificial. Learning is

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