How to motivate employees to learn more?

From left Kadi Piikov, Daniel Kotsjuba and Andres Härm

An event for the recognition of adult education has just taken place in Estonia, and the winners will be in our village this time as well. The trainer of the year, the learner of the year and the learner-friendly organization of the year talk more about learning fears and support for employees, as well as employee motivation and the involvement of managers.

The studio has designer and trainer Daniel Kotsjuba, student of the year and AS Viljandi Aken ja Uks operational level manager Andres Härm, student of the year student organization of the student-friendly organization Eesti Energia Kadi Piikov and EPALE ambassador Katre Savi.

Participants acknowledged that just going to training is a waste of resources, but how do you send an employee to training so that he or she really gets something there? According to Piikov, one trick, for example, is that the manager should explain to the employee why the employee should go to training. “Link the reason to the bigger picture. Establish a link with company directions, unit goals, and employee personal goals.ˮ

The show is hosted by Kai Miller, Head of Personnel News at Äripäev.

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