6 Examples on How You Can Promote Informal Learning in Workplace

| May 15, 2018

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Informal learning is impromptu, spontaneous learning – or learning ‘on the fly’. When we are young, this is the first way we learn, and we continue to use Informal learning fairly regularly in the workplace too.On the other hand, Informal learning is driven by the learner. It is a combination of reflection, practice, and learning-from-others, as the need arises.

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