Learning independently can be challenging, even for the most motivated learners. According to a 2017 Towards Maturity study, only a quarter of L&D leaders feel they have been successful in supporting self-directed learning in their organizations.
In Self-Directed Learning: Essential Strategy for a Rapidly Changing World, Catherine Lombardozzi dissects the key principal dynamics for self-directed learning: the overall process, the required individual capabilities, and the necessary environmental supports. Lombardozzi also addresses several popular myths about self-directed learning, such as the idea that it is a solitary activity and that it is only appropriate for certain topics.
In this report, you will learn:
- How you can ensure a healthy environment for self-directed learning
- What characteristics, skills, and environmental conditions contribute to make self-directed learning highly effective
- Tips for supporting and evaluating self-directed learning
- And more!
Download the full research report now and see how you can implement self-directed learning into your organization’s L&D strategies.
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