Laura Smeets finished her doctoral dissertation on enabling employees’ learning (from errors) and professional development.
Her research started with the observation that enhancing people’s learning and professional development is a top priority for many organizations. However, learning goes along with experiencing errors. This calls for an understanding of how and when learning (from errors) and professional development requires support.
In her dissertation, she explored two main research questions: (1) what are the necessary conditions enabling young professionals to learn from their own errors? and (2) when and how do supervisors invest in young professionals to help them in their learning and development process?
During this session, Laura will shortly present the main results with regard to these two research questions. It will be elaborated on the role of supervisors in fostering professionals’ learning from errors and development. But we will also dive deeper into which factors drive supervisors- from a supervisor’s perspective (e.g. your perspective) – to exert effort and time on professionally and academically developing supervisees.
H+ Training Supervisors "The supervisees learning curve"
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