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Olga Andrianova and Elena Antonacopoulou

Despite the intensified interest and research on responsible manager’s workplace learning in the past decade as the need to integrate work, learning, and changes in society, we still know little about how responsible manager’s workplace learning happens in organisations. This chapter reviews the development of literature related to responsible managers’ workplace learning and how it is managed in the organisations by individual managers. The main argument of this chapter is that the responsible manager’s workplace learning shows a shift in the workplace learning literature from a traditional way of interventional workplace learning facilitated by centrally managed departments to new ways of providing employees with continuous learning opportunities which help the organisations to react to the changes with agility mindful of the prosocial behaviour that can guide their responses and the challenges in acting irresponsibly.