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Assessing Learning's Impact on Careers

Richard A. Guzzo and Haig R. Nalbantian

Mercer

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LEARNING CHANGES INDIVIDUALS, and learning in organizations can be affected in several ways such as through formal educational programs, relationship-based coaching and advising, and by direct experience. The changes that occur due to learning have further consequences, both for the individual (e.g., their career attainments) and for the employing organization. Indeed, the best way of understanding how the consequences of learning play out, over time, for individual and organization is the central concern of this contribution. The framework that we find most ...

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