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70:20:10 Principle

The 70/20/10 principle of learning in the workplace suggests that personal and professional development in a work environment is most often derived from a combination of different sources. According to this model, approximately 70% of learning and development in the workplace comes from challenging assignments and projects, 20% comes from interactions with others (such as mentors and peers), and 10% comes from formal education and training. This suggests that the majority of learning and development in a work setting occurs through hands-on experiences and interactions with others, rather than just through traditional education and training methods. Use this resource as a guide to discuss methods to support your employee’s learning and development in the workplace.

Posted On: December 19, 2022
License and Distribution: TECHNATION Copyright
Categories: Empowering New Hires
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