Learning and development shouldn’t only be used as a retention mechanism, instead, it should be a key function within a business strategy. To change how it’s viewed, L&D needs to evolve and do so quickly. But how do we do this?
In his article with People Management, our head of learning and development, Andrew Bardsley, talks about how we need to go against ‘thinking big’ when changing the landscape of learning and development. He thinks we should start much smaller by identifying the right problems to solve and finding ways to engage and empower your team.
Read the full article from People Management, here.