Encourage Learning Experiments

Ongoing learning and experimenting are key to personal and corporate growth. Whether this is formal or informal, it should be encouraged throughout the organization. One way to do so is to regularly ask employees what they have learned recently and how they have attempted to apply that learning in their work. Then share these experiences with the rest of the organization. Be sure to share both positive and negative results to show that failure is not something your culture fears but rather views as another learning opportunity. Sharing different employees’ stories will both provide recognition (always important) for the individual employee and encourage others to try the same or other experiments.

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