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The Monthly Mentor™: Engage, Connect, & Retain Top Talent

  • Writer's pictureTaresa Scott, M.S.Ed., M.A.C. of Bleuprint

💭 What defines a culture of learning, and how can you create one within your team?

Adults crave professional development opportunities! How are you feeding that hunger for knowledge?

This e-learning newsletter is here to add some spice to your professional development journey. Get ready for a fun-filled ride of valuable insights where we serve up bite-sized nuggets of knowledge to satisfy your brain cravings! So buckle up and get ready to feast on the latest and greatest in e-learning trends, tips, and tricks. Be sure to follow and subscribe for more!

As human beings, we have a natural drive to learn. “A culture of learning, or learning culture, is one in which employees continuously seek, share, and apply new knowledge and skills to improve individual and organizational performance” ( It is characterized by a continuous commitment to personal and professional development and the belief that learning is essential for growth and success. This involves fostering a mindset that values curiosity, critical-thinking, and creating a safe environment that encourages experimentation, feedback, and continuous improvement. As a leader, your role should be to empower your employees to become more knowledgeable, challenge their thinking, and provide them the opportunity to learn every day.

One effective way to create a culture of learning is to provide employees with a variety of learning opportunities that are aligned with their interests and career goals. This includes online courses, virtual or hybrid workshops, mentorship programs, or a combination of all three! Consider even creating social learning experiences that unify diverse teams and leaders through a community of learning. This could involve creating a safe space for learners who have similar interests to share their experiences and knowledge with their peers, and even to collaborate on projects or initiatives that progress the organization's goals.

Appoint a committee of learning advocates that host ongoing workshops on popular topics relevant to professionals across the business or organization. This welcomes employees at all roles and levels of the business to come together to represent the voice of their peers.

Another possibility involves leadership sponsoring engagement activities quarterly, which allow for moments of peer connection through team-building activities or exercises. Here you can really allow your imagination to run wild to connect and deliver with impact. Opportunities like these help professionals feel empowered to achieve their learning goals while improving their morale, creativity, and communication.

Ultimately, creating a culture of learning requires a commitment to ongoing growth and development, and a willingness to continuously adapt and evolve to meet the changing needs of the organization and its employees. Also, establishing a learning culture gives your organization the competitive edge to not only attract top talent but to also retain your existing workforce.

So remember to keep it fun and interactive so that professionals feel connected and engaged, and that is how a community and culture of learning is formed.

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My name is Taresa Scott, and I help leaders design, develop, and deliver engaging online learning experiences to improve employee performance and retention.

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