Andragogical elements [trust, empathy, sensitivity] actively expressed by facilitators/supervisors toward learners/supervisees/workers and fostering their reciprocation toward facilitators/supervisors, while being enhanced with organizational learning (OL) elements [experimentation, risk-taking, interaction with the external environment, dialogue, participative decisionmaking], strengthens job satisfaction and fosters learners’/supervisees’/workers’ desire to retain employment with their corporation -- thus reducing employment costs of new learners/supervisees/workers. Adding to these are leaders’ four (4) [management of attention through vision, meaning through communication, trust through positioning, and deploying positive self-regard focused concentration] strategies for taking charge which when applied with the andragogical elements and OL serve to strengthen and enhance corporate functioning and viability.
AAIM 2016 Employers’ Association (Hire, Develop, Retain)
Henschke, John, "Applying Andragogical Principles to Enhance Corporate Functioning" (2016). Adult Education Faculty Works. 70.
Available at: https://irl.umsl.edu/adulteducation-faculty/70