As Lane4’s future of work research shows, in today’s fast-moving, hyper-connected world it’s not so important what someone knows but how fast they can learn and apply that learning to new scenarios and environments.
While more is being spent on formal learning management systems, organisations are also increasingly turning their attention to the benefits of social learning: the informal, continuous process of learning from others.
The research conducted by HR Grapevine & Lane4, which will also be used in the upcoming roundtable, aims to explore social learning in more detail, ultimately offering insight into how leaders can enhance the prevalence and impact of social learning in their business.
Register now to attend the complimentary roundtable on Wednesday 21st June in Central London.
Lane4 works globally with organisations, enabling and empowering their people to reach their fullest potential and build a competitive advantage. The company and its award-winning, blended programmes are underpinned by robust research and expertise from the fields of psychology, sports performance and business.
Since launching in 1995, Lane4 has become a leader in the field of leadership and team development, change management, talent management, internal communications and engagement.
The story behind the name Lane4: Having qualified with the fastest time for the 1988 Seoul Olympic 100m breaststroke final, Adrian Moorhouse was placed in the 4th lane. This lane is reserved for the quickest qualifiers because it is thought to experience the least turbulence and give its occupant an edge over the other competitors. Adrian came home with the Gold medal.
This passion for performance lies at the heart of the organisation and its vision, “the aim of this establishment is to create an environment where champions are inevitable”. Their mission is to build winning organisations by making a difference to organisational performance and people’s working lives.