Leadership and Learning: And their interdependence
What it’s about: There is a strong link between leadership and learning, and this guide explains that link and where engagement fits into the mix. It also shows how the organisational learning environment can act as a brake or accelerator on the effects of leadership. Organisations are complex systems and there are dependencies that come into play. Leadership is often seen as the answer to all sorts of problems, but leadership does not stand on its own as a panacea. The quality of leadership in an organisation has a direct impact on how engaged people are and thus how motivated they are to learn and change.
Who it’s for: L&D professionals or those involved with talent management programmes, to provide focus on an often ignored aspect of employee development that can easily derail even the best programme.
In this essential guide, I look at the role leadership plays in learning. Get the Guide and find out practical tools to improve your offering when it comes to talent management and employee development programmes.
Paul Matthews, L&D expert and architect of the People Alchemy Learning Workflow Platform
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“This concept is so obvious, so why don’t we all practice it?”Learning Manager
You need more than learning
How to join the dots and harness the power
Leadership always plays a role by being good, bad, present or absent. You need to know how that impacts your learning initiatives.
You know that learning is important, and you need to know that leadership impacts learning beyond just espousing learning as good.
Use the link
Once you know the link exists and how it works, you can leverage that to improve the impact of your learning initiatives.