How important is lifelong learning for you?
Lead Your Future talent Luca Eijgenraam went live on our Instagram account together with Ruth de Groot. Luca Eijgenraam studies Learning & Development and Ruth works in that specific field. A hugely valuable Q&A followed for anyone interested in learning anything about this field. Not following us on Instagram yet, than register now! For those who missed this nice Q&A we have listed the most important learnings from the conversation and made sure that you can also view the Q&A on our YouTube channel (see below)
The most important learnings for you are:
- If you have a genuine interest in people, you can become very good at learning & development even without a study. The question that you as an L&D person ask yourself every day is: "what do my colleagues want to develop?".
- Skills you need for this profession are: flexibility, curiosity, conversation technique and you must be crazy about people.
- Retaining talent is becoming increasingly important for companies because it is easy to move to another company for a talent when the conditions are no longer satisfactory. In the learning & development course you will work with these kinds of talents to ensure that they continue to create what they want.