According to a 2017 Towards Maturity study, only a quarter of L&D leaders feel they have been successful in supporting self-directed learning.
This research report by Catherine Lombardozzi offers information that may be helpful for promoting and benefiting from self-directed learning in L&D. It dissects three principal dynamics of self-directed learning: the process, the required capabilities, and the necessary environmental supports. It also extrapolates what makes for a healthy environment for self-directed learning.
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