To nurture and motivate continuous learning, it is not enough to hire curious people and hope they display as much learnability as expected. We realize that rewarding is the best means of motivation.
Rewards, everyone loves them. Be it feedback or material prize, we do love being rewarded. We provide new and challenging opportunities for those self-directed and motivated learners to acquire knowledge and be rewarded by broadening their expertise and increasing value to the company and themselves. We hold regular events and activities to promote learnability in our company: gather around a conference, host guest speakers, and share information that is intellectually stimulating and has the potential to nurture employees’ curiosity. Even rewarding the tiniest efforts like writing a blog, sharing articles on social media, or recommending books and movies we create a unique atmosphere and culture acting as catalysts of employees’ learnability.
People eagerly participate in learning, remembering new skills, and sharing knowledge if involved in real-world situations. We create the best environment where our specialists can test, use and analyze the new skills they have learned, and give them the power of making mistakes and not be scared of them.
Whether internal or external, we encourage the networking of employees as a means of knowledge sharing. Those groups are valuable assets within the organization and a talent pool for future team growth.
Continuous learning and growth are possible if led by knowledgeable mentors. We connect new talents and learners with experience to fill the knowledge gap. A friendly environment and regular contact with mentors give employees a space to speak openly about their learning and growth challenges.
Knowledge is the most valuable and permanent asset we will always choose for investment.