In Pursuit of Lifelong Learning

Some of us hope that when we finish our formal education we never have to “learn” anything ever again. It comes as quite a shock and disappointment when we discover that not only do we need to continue to learn at work, but that our jobs may depend on how we well we do it. In fact, if we have any aspirations to improve our career or reach for promotions we had better be prepared to commit ourselves to a lifelong learning path.

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YW staff
WRITTEN BY
Mike Martin 
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