For the first twenty or so years in one’s life, learning is a priority. High school gives way to undergraduate studies. Some continue on to Master level programs. The ambitious few tackle Doctorate degrees. After that? The pursuit of knowledge for the mere sake of knowledge often takes a back seat as new priorities arise. Juggling work and relationships can be arduous, and the addition of continual learning on top of that seems nearly impossible.
But let’s face the facts: With today’s complex and fast-paced business environment, if your company is not continuously developing new skills and learning from your customers, the market, and your own team, you will fall behind.