When people have easy access to professional development, they have the capacity to invest in more than just their jobs, but in their lives, too. The key is making these opportunities applicable and accessible. Learning has to be fun, relevant and engaging for it to stick.
Picture this: You planned to build a new facility in the Midwest, and there was a lot to consider—budget, design, builder, equipment, employees. After completing what you thought was a thorough plan, you chose your site and hired an architect. But before they could put pen to paper, you found out you hadn’t planned for everything.
Whether or not you heard the news, saw the videos or were in the direct trajectory of the April tornado that ripped through Andover, Kansas just over a month ago, it’s not hard to empathize with the community that came face-to-face with the full force of it.
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