Skills gaps

We regularly talk about skills gaps in learning. It’s generally defined as the gap between the expected performance and the current activity.

How many of us think of the gap as a defecit of the individual? That’s been the traditional L&D view.

What about if the gap is the reversed and the current performance is above expectations, L&D generally doesn’t get involved. If we want to be considered as an engineer more then a shopkeeper, L&D has to work in identifying how to improve the whole, and that means working with people at all levels of performance.

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