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A world of forward-thinking

This month, we are focusing on LinkedIn Learning's 2019 Workplace Learning Report. This annual report, now in its third year, gives a pulse check on the current environment for Learning & Development professionals globally. It’s a rich source of valuable information and an insight into the year ahead.

Logicearth sees 2019 as the moment of opportunity for learning and development, read on to see why!


Industry Research
 — 2019 Workplace Learning Report

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The report shows that executive support is increasing, with L&D spend expected to be up by 43% compared with 2017.

See the full infographic with research from the LinkedIn Learning 2019 Workplace Learning Report.  

L&D Tips
 — why you need to 'think like a marketer'

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L&D (especially digital learning) and digital marketing have already been sharing best practice for a number of years. 

The Workplace Learning Report evidences the efficacy of borrowing techniques from marketing and applying them to talent development.

Click to get new insights into how you can 'think like a marketer'. 


Self-directed Learning — are you learning in the flow of work?

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'Self-directed learners are 74% more likely to know where they want to go in their career and 48% more likely to have found purpose in their work'.

The Workplace Learning Report shows that employees want access to learning when and where they need it, also known as learning in the flow of work:

Click to read more about self-directed learning here.


Business transformation — the importance of managers


In this year's report, we learn that 75% of workers would take a course if assigned by their manager, and 46% discover learning opportunities from their managers and leaders.

Learning & Development understand the strong influence of managers, yet still find activating that influence to be a real challenge.

Click to read how middle managers boost business transformation.


Online learning — the key to closing the skills gap

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The new requirements learning and development need to be able to fill are technology skills, soft skills and adaptivity. 

To meet this challenge the first step for L&D professionals is to get to know what their workforce doesn’t know. They need to identify the skills gaps.

Read the blog Mind the gap: using online learning to close skills gaps.


Discover microlearning mastery — Verify by Logicearth 

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We’ve been talking about closing skills gaps, learner engagement, spaced repetition, adaptive learning, knowledge retention and data-driven learning for a while. Now we can offer a solution that delivers on all of the above – easily and cost-effectively.

Click to discover how Verify microlearning can change the culture of learning within your organisation.


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