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Fuel for Thought: 5 key points from The Institute of Leadership’s L&D Trends Publication


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In the spirit of microlearning, let's quickly explore five key points from The Institute of Leadership’s L&D Trends Publication. 

 


1. THE REQUIREMENT TO KEEP EVOLVING

Josh Bersin reminds us that People forget 80% of what they have learned within the week. The maximum attention span is 20mins. And as 29% of change programmes launch without L&D support. No wonder Harvard found that 50% - 70% of all change initiatives fail. Dr Britt Andreatta


2. MAKE A FLURRY OF NEW MISTAKE 

In Spark of Inspiration. Paul Sloane says - If we are going to cope in this VUCA world we have to be comfortable with a certain amount of experimentation.

 

3. ‘FOLLOWERS’ ARE DEAD, WE NOW HAVE ‘COLLABORATORS’ 

Dr Phil Renshaw and Dr Jenny Robinson advocate for a shift towards 'leaders who coach.' Collaboration must take center stage, reflecting the evolving nature of leadership in our dynamic business landscape.


4. PEOPLE AREN’T GETTING ENOUGH FEEDBACK. 

Marcia Conner emphasizes the importance of feedback, revealing that the remote work environment often lacks the generative opportunities necessary for teams to synthesize information and move forward with innovation.

 

5. WE MUST FACILITATE THE CONNECTIONS.

Marcia Conner stresses this pivotal role we play as leaders. In this age of technology it's our responsibility to bridge the gap between human beings and the information they seek, equipping them with strategies for asking better questions.

 

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