No Business Like Know Business
This leadership keynote presentation evolved from a client inquiry. During a seminar exercise on developing a competitive edge, the CEO noted that he had recently read and heard much on the subject of continuous education for staff members at every level. His question was focused on content. What should his people be learning in order to grow and keep the organization competitive?
We answered his question as well as we could in the short time period allotted and agreed to his request for more information on this subject. We combined our own research with that of several members of our client base from a variety of industries. We returned with a leadership keynote presentation identifying 16 knowledge areas that all staff members should be well informed of in order to increase their economic value to both the company and the customer.
The positive response to this leadership keynote presentation led to the development of a more intense seminar based on the 16 knowledge areas, the necessary content of each, and a 16 question audit to determine organizational readiness to become a learning organization.
People have to increase their learning power to sustain their earning power. Lifelong learning is the norm that is augmenting and in some cases displacing school-age education. Half, yes 50%, of what students learn in their first year of college is obsolete by the time they graduate! For companies to remain competitive and workers to be employable, they must continue to learn. This leadership keynote presentation provides a strong foundation on which to build your Learning Organization.
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