By Joan Gurvis, Cindy McCauley, & Milynn Swofford
Center for Creative Leadership
Most organizations are not maximizing on-the-job opportunities that prepare leaders, develop employees, and advance business goals. Learning from experience is the number one way development happens. People gain or fine-tune their abilities and perspectives through their day-to-day work. They learn by doing, by trying, by figuring out. This paper discusses how putting experience-driven development at the center of talent management will boost an organization’s efforts to attract and retain talent and accelerate the development of leaders at every level.
Gurvis, J., McCauley, C., & Swofford, M. (2016). Putting experience at the center of talent management [White paper]. Center for Creative Leadership. https://doi.org/10.35613/ccl.2018.1069