The following post outlines some ideas that you can use in the workplace on how to deal with people who have no time for learning.
Say what? No time to learn?
That’s like saying you don’t want to be up to speed with what’s happening in your industry, profession or even your customer market – the same one you’re servicing but I get it. Work is busy. People are busy. You’re busy.
When your priority is to get through emails, attend back-to-back meetings or finish that PowerPoint presentation that your boss asked you for the umpteenth time, making the time to switch your brain from ‘busy mode’ to ‘learning mode’ seems daunting.
Instead, we think about the work that we will need to catch up on and instead, put our learning off for another day. However, if we don’t make time for learning at our work every day, it means that you are behind your peers, competitors, customers and your market – and that is an easy position to get into when the world is constantly changing.
So what do you do if deep down, YOU understand this but others in your work team might not? How can you encourage your business team to consider ways of learning from each other and with each other at work? Read more: click image or title.
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