How To Support Ongoing Learning And Education
Developing your employees means providing opportunities for growth beyond their current job functions. As a manager, you have to assess how you are supporting a well-rounded education for each of your team members. This includes education in their specific industry and in the overall professional world.
So, here are some tips, via our e-book Your First 50 days, to help you promote ongoing learning for your team:
- Make room in your team's budget for an education stipend. Encourage your employees to use this resource to attend conferences or enroll in relevant courses.
- Share paid subscription login information for magazines and other online resources.
- Encourage employees to lead mini-tutorials on specific topics and skills at team-wide meetings. This can elevate the individual's talents, as well as benefit the whole team.
- Invest in a team-wide Coursera or Lynda account.
- And continuously educate your team about any company learning and development programs.
Pro-tip"The job of the leader is to grow more leaders."- Robin Sharma, Bestselling Author & Leadership Expert
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