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Clarity Consultants on Creating a Learning Culture

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Clarity Consultants publishes insights on creating a learning culture.

Campbell CA, 5/10/2017-- Today Clarity Consultants, the leading provider of corporate learning and development, and creative consultants, announced how to create a learning culture within organizations.

Nonlearning cultures create a barrier between dynamic and innovative organizations. However, many organizations consider themselves a learning culture because they offer in-house training or allow employees to seek professional development outside the company. Cultivating a learning culture in an organization is more than offering more opportunities for training—it requires a real investigation of company values and processes.

“Employees are better able to handle the inevitable change that comes with any professional endeavor, they feel more engaged with their work, and they expand their skill set regularly,” says  Herb Tieger, President and CEO of Clarity Consultants. “These more subtle gains result in the kind of bottom-line statistics that sound even catchier: higher profits, more productivity, more satisfied customers, decreased employee turnover. Data shows that every hour of information technology training results in almost 6 hours of increased capacity.”

A learning culture is necessary for increasing employee engagement and productivity. It starts with leadership, is cultivated with employee mentorship, and should offer ample opportunities for growth.

For nearly a quarter century, Clarity Consultants has deployed corporate learning and development, and creative consultants that deliver expertise on demand to support project staffing needs. They partner with clients on a project basis, supplementing the talents of internal staff until goals are achieved, ensuring project success. Clarity’s consultants work nationally and have experience across a broad range of business sectors. Their extensive network allows them to provide clients with professionals whose skills and expertise precisely match their requirements.

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