As I look at many people and organizations that are failing to meet their goals, it's puzzling. They have the knowledge and skills to solve the problems they are encountering, but they aren't applying these skills or knowledge. Afterall, if they were, they wouldn't be stuck.

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Written by dabrock
908 days ago

Great comment. Let's not forget to reinforce the skills they already have. If they are experienced, they probably have most of the skills needed, they just may not be using them well.



Written by bigmoneyweb
908 days ago

Nice post. I can relate. When you manage a team, how well it performs often depends on how well you've trained and developed your people. Individuals need ongoing training and development to help them become more effective, and take on bigger and more significant challenges. More than this, they need help learning new skills as the nature of their work – and of your organization – changes. Thanks for sharing.



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