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When it comes to learning and development in an organization, one size doesn’t fit all. Large companies and small to medium sized companies take different approaches to professional development, and different sectors have different hands-on approaches. For example, large companies have the resources to plan and host “Lunch and Learn” events while smaller organizations utilize large-scale conferences and workshops.
The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) reported that coaching and mentorship by managers and colleagues is the most favored method of professional development and eLearning was the second. There’s a projection that these two methods will see growth in the next two years. In contrast, the survey found that traditional styles of PD (conferences, workshops, etc.) will decline.
It’s important to remember that no single style of training or professional development will suit all organizations and personnel. To read more on this, click here.
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