Delivering effective feedback is a common challenge for managers and employees: three-quarters of managers see employee development as integral to their jobs, but less than half of employees (45%) feel their managers excel at this competency.
Many companies leverage traditional learning techniques (e.g., classroom-based training, e-learning) to teach new skills, like giving and receiving feedback.
But traditional approaches to learning won’t drive the gains in employee performance that organizations need to succeed in today’s challenging work environment (27% on average).
Why? Traditional approaches build knowledge on subjects, but tend not to cover how to apply learnings in work. These approaches are also without accountability measures to ensure learning transfers to better performance.
Experiential learning is the answer: it yields 3X the performance impact of traditional training.
But how do you realize the full potential of experiential learning? What are the right experiences for employees to learn from? How do you teach an employee to learn?
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