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Knowledge Sharing: How to Create a Culture of Teaching and Learning

June 14, 2017 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

At the heart of knowledge sharing is a culture of teaching and learning. Organizations have long recognized that the knowledge and experience of employees constitutes a valuable intangible asset. There are many work situations that call for teaching and learning – sharing best practices and tips; informal mentoring, getting new hires up the learning curve are all examples. Savvy leaders know that when they create a learning climate in their organizations, everyone feels welcome to share their expertise and their knowledge; and when knowledge is shared the entire organization benefits.


Why Share Knowledge?

  • The “brain drain” is real and our organizations are in danger of losing expertise. Retirement of the Baby Boomer generation will see mission critical, institutional knowledge walk out the door.
  • Organizations have a limited number of internal experts. And potentially a limited number of external experts (knowledge and skills gap.)
  • Much of what is known is informal, undocumented, or exists in an expert’s head.
  • The learning curve for organizational expertise is often significant.

Learning Outcomes

After completing the webinar participants will know how to:

  • Encourage informal and formal knowledge sharing
  • Identify critical at-risk knowledge and expertise
  • Identify the three step Knowledge Transfer Action Plan
  • Generate recognition, reward and celebration for knowledge transfer efforts
  • Know how to get knowledge transfer initiatives started and on track
  • Identify potential pitfalls and how to avoid them.


June 14, 2017
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Diane Thielfoldt