January 29, 2024

Navigating impact: driving impactful change through learning transfer

It would be a rare learning and development professional who doesn’t aspire to creating positive impact within their organisation. This article is not for them.

Everyone else, one assumes, wants to make a difference. They seek to make their work meaningful. They yearn for change to occur as a direct result of their activities, and for that change to benefit the recipients of the L&D initiative, their colleagues, the organisation, and the customers or beneficiaries of whatever the organisation contributes to the world.

So, how do you drive impact from learning initiatives?

Read the Training Journal article here

Eva McCann

Sales & Marketing Manager at People Alchemy

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