Learning culture in the workplace

What is a learning culture? 

A learning culture is when a company puts a strong emphasis on encouraging its members to understand its values, practices, beliefs, skill sets, and conventions. This enables employees to gain the knowledge and abilities needed to perform at their best. In return,  this leads to better satisfying your customers, and helps your organization grow. 


Why is this important? 

A learning culture is especially important in today’s climate, because it helps organizations be quick to adapt to quick changes. It also helps company retain employees and customers. It will help your business grow, making it one of the most important practices for your company. 


Top tips to create a learning culture: 

  • Examine your current learning strategy to find learning gaps and weaknesses 
  • Plan what you need and want your employees to learn 
  • Make training easily accessible 
  • Set aside time to learn 
  • Integrate learning into day-to-day life 
  • Reward learning 
  • Link in leadership 
  • Feedback 
  • Measure and adapt 


Creating and maintaining a learning culture requires continuous monitoring. It will enable you to tweak and adapt your implementations to ensure they’re tailored to your employee’s needs, and importantly, more effective for them. 


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