: Harappa Education, India’s pioneering online learning institution, has released a new report “The State of Behavioral Learning 2020” in association with People Matters. Rooted in first-of-its-kind research, Harappa Education’s aim is to understand strategic priorities and opportunities in the area of behavioral skilling.
Businesses around the world are being disrupted and as the need for future-proof workforces becomes even more compelling, the path to success is no longer straightforward. One thing is clear: behavioral skills are fast becoming a differentiator in the world of work. The report aims at understanding potential opportunities and strategic priorities suited to driving behavioral skill-learning and adoption, as well the approach and focus areas for impact measurement. Key highlights of the report are:
· 96% of participating companies believe coaching is important to impart behavioral skills
· Only 29% of organizations have a personalized behavioral learning roadmap for all their employees
· “Applying learning to work” and “an uncertain business environment” are the top challenges in implementing behavioral programs
· “Collaboration”, “Client Management” and “Leadership” skills are the most important behavioral skills that businesses need today
· “Feedback Surveys” and “Performance” are the top impact measures on behavioral learning
· 77% of companies have an employee budget of less than ₹25,000 per person per year, for behavioral skills
· Senior leadership and managers are top priority when it comes to behavioral skills
To download the full report, please visit: https://bit.ly/Report-PR
Shreyasi Singh, Founder & CEO, Harappa Education said, “We can’t ignore the relevance of behavioral skills in today’s competitive world of work. This is a first-of-its-kind research aimed at understanding how organizations are navigating the need, buy-in and dissemination of these skills. At Harappa, we believe that behavioral, social, and cognitive skilling is crucial for professional success. We hope that this study will help us better understand the role organizations are playing to enhance behavioral skills as a necessity, as well as how they are creating measurable learning paths for their employees.”
The report also features crucial findings about the key behavioral skills employees need to succeed in the workplace as well as excerpts from interviews from noted leaders in the industry like Anup Malavia, Global Head–Learning & Organization Development, TATA Technologies; Ramakrishna Vyamajala, CHRO, Home First Finance Company India; and Arpita Banerjee, Vice President, BCOE - Talent Management, Learning & Development and Organisation Effectiveness, Grasim Chemicals, Aditya Birla Group.
About Harappa Education
Harappa Education is an online learning institution that aims to become a necessary and high-quality learning destination for all professionals, teams and organizations. Its unique curriculum of 5 Habits and 25 Skills, delivered through an engaging online-first approach, addresses a core gap in education: the cognitive (how to think, reason and problem-solve), social (how to communicate, influence and build relationships) and behavioral (how to grow, act and lead) skills that employers crave at the workplace. Its pedagogical approach is rooted in academic research, expert insights and behavioral science.