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This Practice Note provides guidance on how to embed learning and development (L&D) into the in–house legal department by ensuring it is aligned with business strategy, is incorporated into day to day activities and that employees are engaged.
L&D is often viewed as a standalone function that is detached from the day-to-day running of the organisation. For it to deliver maximum value for money it needs to be an integral part of the business. To do that it must:
be clearly aligned with the business strategy
engage with employees on an individual level
produce measurable results
For further information about measuring the results of L&D, see Practice Note: In–house lawyers—Building the business case for learning and development.
Strategic L&D goals and measures must be set and included within the firms business plan for L&D to be fully integrated into a business. These goals need to filter down to department and individual level.
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