A learning culture refers to a particular mindset or approach that your team takes to everyday work. They see work as learning and vice versa. They view peers as resources to learn from and share with. And they base success on observable business results. Moving your team from a traditional work mindset to a learning culture has to occur gradually. And it takes your leadership and focus, but Pract.us can be one of your most valuable tools for change.
Pract.us lets you reframe everyday work experience as training opportunities. As employees complete skills and cards, they weave learning into their work, blurring the line between the two.
Pract.us also helps you encourage sharing and respect among peers by bringing learners and mentors together. Team members build relationships based on trading knowledge as they work through cards and skills. These relationships can grow into collaborative learning as well, when employees team up to create or discover new information.
The Pract.us approach itself models a learning mindset. The Pract.us training program is designed to start small and evolve based on results and feedback. It encourages learners and mentors to identify improvements and grow the program in response to business needs. Starting with Pract.us as an example, they can learn to see other business processes as works in progress as well and actively investigate ways to improve.
Finally, because Pract.us tracks progress and accomplishment, managers can easily recognize and reward team members as they incorporate inquiry and innovation into every aspect of work.