Social Cognitive Learning

Social cognitive learning suggests that behaviors are the product of the interaction (called reciprocal determinism) between an individual, the environment they work in, and their background, skills, training, attitudes, etc. As the arrows indicate, ongoing influence is dynamic and multi-directional.

Most learning in work environments is a result of observation and hands-on training. Thus, employee learning and behavior can be enhanced in the following ways --

  • Assure that observed behaviors are safe behaviors

  • Identify and cultivate behavior influencers

  • Assure that environmental conditions support target behaviors and attitudes

  • Provide in-the-moment one-on-one training and behavior feedback

  • Individualize training and feedback


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