Learning, like teaching, is a core life skill. It is commonplace; everyone does it. When there is an urgent critical need to learn we can do it. Babies and children grasp life’s essentials quickly enough. But as we grow older, individuals move in different directions and at a different pace. Learning, while still essential for our happiness if not survival, is not as instinctive as it was. We need help, some would say direction, to keep up with others. Nowhere is that more apparent than in the workplace.
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