Individual contributors and executives value learning new skills and professional development opportunities today more than ever. A recent study shows that 61 percent of people would be motivated to stay at their current organization if they had upskilling opportunities.
Organizations are increasingly investing in learning and development (L&D) programs, but not all programs are created equal. To produce behavior change that drives breakthrough results, discerning HR leaders need to look for solutions grounded in learning science that encourage active learning, intentional application, and accountability.
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