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Learning – Continuous Career Action

As we conclude our exploration of the SPARK-L framework, we arrive at ‘L’ for Learning. Continuous career action planning is essential for both individual and organisational success.

Why Learning Matters

In Australia, the need for ongoing learning and skill development is more pronounced than ever. According to recent data, 84% of Australian workers believe that continuous learning is critical to career advancement. Additionally, 73% of employers consider employees who actively engage in learning opportunities to be more valuable to their organisations.

SPARK-L’s Learning component fosters a culture of continuous career action planning within your organisation. It encourages employees to embrace ongoing learning and skill development as integral parts of their career journeys. In a world of work that undergoes constant change on both micro and macro levels, navigating these changes is crucial for staying ahead. This aspect of the framework empowers individuals to stay relevant and adaptable through continuous learning.

Investing in continuous learning not only enhances employee satisfaction and performance but also positions your organisation as innovative and progressive. It’s a win-win scenario that boosts personal growth and contributes to your organisation’s overall success.

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Nia Lloyd Career Coach

Nia Lloyd

Graduate Diploma in Career Development
Certificate IV in Human Resources
Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
Bachelor of Science in Hotel & Restaurant Management

Nia is an experienced career practitioner who is passionate about helping people find their ‘true fit’, move through a career transition. re-entering the workforce or even if they just need someone to talk to.

For over 15 years Nia has worked in Human Resources, Recruitment and Career Counselling, bringing together a wealth of experience from a diverse number of industries to help people with their careers.

Nia is a Professional Member of the Career Development Association of Australia.