Staying Curious, Together: How to Create a Learning Culture (Inside Out Episode 2)
Episode 2 of From the Inside Out: Achieving Better Development Outcomes through Collaborating, Learning and Adapting was released today! Stream it below or subscribe to the USAID Learning Lab podcast wherever you listen to podcasts to be notified when new episodes are available.
In the first episode of the series, we talked about the characteristics to look for when building an adaptable, learning-focused team.
In this episode, we’ll discuss the key ingredients in a learning culture. First, we define what we mean by a learning culture. Next, we look at research that examines the relationship between CLA and measures of staff satisfaction and empowerment at USAID. And in our third segment, we talk about a successful staff empowerment initiative at a USAID mission.
Resources mentioned in this episode:
- What Can the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey Tell Us About Collaborating, Learning and Adapting in USAID Missions?
- USAID/Uganda’s Mission of Leaders Video
- Cultivating the CLA Enabling Environment: USAID Uganda’s Mission of Leaders Program
We’re releasing a new episode each Tuesday in May, so subscribe to the USAID Learning Lab podcast wherever you listen to podcasts (iTunes, Stitcher, PocketCasts) to find out when new episodes are available. You can also find them posted as blogs here on USAID Learning Lab.
The information in this series comes from our effort to build the evidence base for collaborating, learning and adapting. If you’re interested in learning more about this area of work, visit USAIDLearningLab.org/eb4cla.