Proactive vs Reactive Learning and Development

In some organisations L&D is reactive. It’s driven by team members or their managers requesting training. The L&D team facilitates this, making sure it fits the organisation’s standards and budget.

In others L&D is proactive. The L&D team actively seeks and plans for areas where training can add value to the organisation. They take a strategic approach to identifying and addressing organisational needs before they become problematic. They focus on identifying future needs and preparing employees with the skills and knowledge necessary to meet those needs.

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