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The Learning Imperative: Raising performance in organisations by improving learning
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Mark Burns Andy Griffith
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The Learning Imperative: Raising performance in organisations by improving learning

Mark Burns Andy Griffith


9781785832697

Crown Publishers


Industrial or vocational training;
Business & Economics;
Personnel & human resources management


Paperback

200 pages

$44.99
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In The Learning Imperative Mark Burns and Andy Griffith examine the key ingredients that ensure effective learning, and offer leaders step-by-step guidance on how they can achieve it in their own teams and organisations.

Learning is central to the long-term success of any team - and is far too important to dismiss or to relegate to a 'nice to do' list. In The Learning Imperative, bestselling authors Burns and Griffith explore the common barriers to effective learning and present a range of practical tools and strategies to help teams bring about - and reap the benefits of - a more positive culture around training and development.

Together they map out the key stages of the learning journey and provide a comprehensive guide for team leaders and managers who want to improve learning in their teams. They also share essential advice on the design and delivery of effective training programmes, and punctuate their instruction with a range of illuminating case studies drawn from real-life contexts across the public, private and third sectors.

The book has been split into three sections. Part I sets out why creating and maintaining a learning team needs to be a high priority, and provides an easy-to-use framework to help leaders establish their team's starting points. Part II is designed to assist leaders in fostering an open-to-learning mindset in their teams - offering tools to diagnose any closed-to-learning mindsets and supplying straightforward strategies to facilitate team members' development in becoming habitually reflective, curious and responsive to feedback. The final part of the book concerns the designing and leading of effective learning, whether it is packaged within a one-off session or a multi-session programme, and will help leaders ensure that the learning their team participates in is engaging, appropriately challenging and, most importantly, will develop their performance.

Whether you are an experienced leader or just starting out in the role, this user-friendly manual will empower you to boost your team's performance and to make a powerful impact on their learning.

The Learning Imperative has been named the winner of the HR and Management category of The Business Book Awards 2019 .

By:   Mark Burns, Andy Griffith
Imprint:   Crown Publishers
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 222mm,  Width: 182mm, 
Weight:   506g
ISBN:   9781785832697
ISBN 10:   1785832697
Pages:   200
Publication Date:   October 2018
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Professional and scholarly ,  Primary ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Unspecified

Mark Burns is a leading trainer with Osiris Educational and a director of MALIT Limited and has a wealth of experience from his twelve years of teaching. He contributed significantly to the development of the Outstanding Teaching Intervention (OTI) and his work with both individual teachers and schools has helped them move up Ofsted levels. This work has been recognised by Ofsted as well as being shortlisted for the TES Awards. Andy Griffith is the co-creator of the Outstanding Teaching Intervention (OTI) and is a director of MALIT Ltd. He has helped teachers and whole schools move up to Ofsted's Outstanding grade by offering practical advice and getting teachers to try new ways of working with their students. Andy has won a national training award and has written and consulted for a number of organisations including LEAs and Comic Relief.

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