Step 7 - Supporting Learners

Building and supporting a Learning Culture, in any organization, will reap a huge number of benefits:

  • Encouraging team learning and systems thinking,
  • Gains in efficiency,
  • Increasing productivity and profits,
  • Decreasing turnover,
  • Reducing waste, caused by employee errors and omissions.
  • Providing continuous improvement in skills and processes,
  • Sharing mental models and corporate vision,
  • Developing home-grown leaders,
  • Building personal mastery of tasks and jobs,
  • Creating adaptive capacity and enhancing adaptation to change.

Seems like an improbable list.

How could building a Learning Culture do all that?

Our clients have seen amazing results when they've implemented the 7 Steps. Here they are, in brief:

  • Evaluate fairly, but accurately.

Step 4 - Work Standards

  • Your Orientation program proves what kind of organization you are.
  • Employees tend to match what you say about your values with what they experience.
  • If there is little or no match, they will more likely look somewhere else.

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Step 6 - Evaluation and Performance Appraisal

The support the organization provides from Leadership, Middle Management, and Supervision, tangibly model the process, proving to employees and customers that a Learning Culture is the foundation of the organization.

Build A Learning Culture

  •  Scan your organization, your industry, and especially your competitors, to learn 'the lay of the land.' Find out what's going on around you.

Step 3 - Help Them With A Great Start

Step 2 - "You get the employees you deserve."

There's an 8-Part Series on LinkedIn, based on our 7 Steps to Building a Learning Culture. The steps will also form the basis for our new book; "7 Steps to Building A Learning Culture."

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Employees need to develop mastery of their position, no matter what level of responsibility they have, so provide them with all the tools and support they need to attain it.


Use a meaningful approach that improves performance quickly, ensures compliance with regulations and customer requirements, and builds a competent workforce.

Step 1 - Know Your Current Challenges

Hire the best fits for your organization.

  • Discover the skills you require first, they go looking for people who fit the bill,
  • Don't be afraid to look at people who already work with you. You may be pleasantly  surprised!

Step 5 - Job Skills Training

Build Competence. Ensure compliance. Improve performance