Companies who invest in their people invest in their training. Why?
To continually develop skills and knowledge and to promote a learning mindset. Which is one of practice, regular feedback and making mistakes. It's a desire to be better in the future.
This helps people grow personally and professionally, it helps them adapt to change and have stronger working relationships with their colleagues.
It can improve performance and productivity, get teams on the same page and show people that they're valued and encourage them to invest time and effort in their current role and company rather than looking for a new one.
Lachy's our Managing Director. He's our resident rationalist and ideas man. He also reads way too many books for our liking.
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