Top trends in L&D: Insights from Europe’s biggest study into learning attitudes at work
As employers we understand the value of L&D. We know that e-learning is the future and that creating a learning mindset is critical, as we move into an era of automation and AI. But do our employees feel the same way? When it comes to learning at work, what do they want? How important is personal development to them? What are their experiences to date? Do they have any expectations from their employers?
The GoodHabitz Trend Report 2020 answers these questions and many more. Conducted in the UK, Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, France and Spain across a sample of over 3500 working adults, it provides the most detailed picture of exactly what effect workplace learning has on employees currently available. Insights about their motivations, loyalty, engagement, their current experiences and what this means for organisations. Armed with this data, HR and L&D professionals can accurately map out the learning needs of their organisations and create e-learning strategies that deliver clear returns.
- Millennials are much more engaged at work and more willing to ‘go the extra mile’ than stereotypes suggest
- There’s a direct link between soft skills training and employee satisfaction and motivation
- Employees want to develop and learn but they have difficulty finding the intrinsic motivation needed – they need a learning coach – their line manager.