The Power of Learning: How to Create a Culture of Continuous Improvement with Dr. Lindsay Armstrong Vance

Are you a dedicated manager seeking to create a warm and supportive learning environment for your team? In our latest podcast episode, with guest expert, Dr. Lindsay Armstrong Vance, we dive deep into the importance of creating a culture of continuous learning for your entire team (including yourself) and how to establish an environment primed for learning.

I learned during that experience I didn’t need an invitation or a formal position to lead. I could just be a leader.

– Dr. Lindsay Armstrong Vance

We discuss the importance of regular check-ins, learning rituals, and feedback to create a culture of learning and proactive improvement in the workplace. Lindsay highlights how instructional design can create high-quality learning experiences that achieve team and business goals. We explore the importance of assessment in leadership, creating an intentional onboarding process, and the value of constructive conversations and team member evaluations.

Lindsay also shares insights on the value of timely feedback, reducing anxiety through early conversations, and developing a culture of learning and celebration.

Sneak-Peak Moments:

  • The transformational experience that changed the way Lindsay approaches leadership (15:23)
  • The top 3 management tips that have guided Lindsay’s leadership journey (25:10)
  • Lindsay’s bold approach to performance assessment that sets her apart (33:15)

So, if you’re ready to improve your leadership and management skills, get comfortable and listen now to discover how to create a culture of continuous learning for yourself and your team!

About Megan

I have over a decade of experience leading strategic integrated marketing efforts across multiple industries including, non-profits, health and wellness, small business, and higher education. I bring extensive experience developing, implementing and managing the execution of strategic marketing campaigns for multiple companies having 100+ product lines with 4,000-6,000+ products, services, and resources.