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Reframing Learning for Growth

“The truth is, I don’t really care about learning.”

That’s a quote from a frustrated CEO explaining his expectations for a planned leadership development program. “I care about the business,” he added.

This is a position many business leaders take but don’t always communicate. Corporate learning programs have become so omnipresent that it has become a foregone conclusion that they are good — almost unassailably so. But good for what? This CEO couldn’t settle for learning for its own sake. He needed to turn the business around.

Sure, learning is virtuous. It builds perspective and insight. But that’s not enough. For learning to pay off for the culture and more importantly the business, it must become growth. Growth happens when learning is incorporated into new approaches and sustained on the job. Only then does the business benefit from learning.

Sadly many organizations design for learning alone and fail to see the leadership growth their businesses need.

Learn more about reframing learning for growth by reading Matt Paese's full article in CLO Magazine.

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