Learning to learn: why you’re not learning as much or as often as you should

For many, the first 20 years of our lives will be focused on learning through school and initially as we start our careers. And then it slows down, sometimes stops. For some, that may be a relief, as what seemed like a never-ending focus on exams finally ends. But is that such a good thing? We increasingly see leaders who commit to ‘never stop learning’ and firms which focus on ‘lifetime learning’. The challenge is it’s not always working.

This paper discusses why, and how firms can learn to be learning organisations.

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About the author

I help organisations and the individuals within them change and develop; to be better, more effective and have a positive impact on the clients and society they serve.