Author: Salvatore Corradi – FM Chairman
The business world is constantly affected by the turmoil of change. The pandemic spread has further accelerated the evolution processes, generating new and unpredictable challenges for corporate leadership.
Staff training is also part of this context, which consists of a continuous learning process. For it to be effective, employees must not only understand and learn the methods of applying certain tools or technologies, but also be able to use the skills and knowledge they have acquired from the beginning.
In order to survive, thrive and not succumb to change, organizations and companies have to implement Training Programs based on Learning Agility. The peculiarity of this training process lies in the fact that the development of skills is closely related to business strategies.
In fact, to contribute to the consolidation of your personal brand and organizational resilience, this learning method is increasingly decisive. It consists of a specific mindset and a result-oriented developing skills way, able to dynamically adapt to the constantly changing business needs.
In particular, Leadership Coaching is the ideal context for introducing agile learning methods. It takes shape during the workflow, allowing leaders to apply new knowledge and skills with immediacy.
It is a dynamic and flexible environment, characterized by a certain openness to different learning styles and a rapid ability to adapt to the different business needs. It is also, on the one hand, personalized, relevant and focused on individual needs and, on the other hand, it addresses broader organizational objectives.
This method of human resource development contrasts with the traditional approach, which is perceived, among other things, as excessively wasteful in terms of resources and time and sometimes ineffective. Precisely for these reasons, the transition from traditional learning programs to Learning Agility is becoming more and more widespread.