I think learning is important. Strike that—I know learning is important. I’m pretty sure you agree with me. After all, you’re reading this article in an online magazine about workplace learning solutions. But does everyone value learning like we do? What about the people you support at work? Do they recognize what learning can do for the organization, or do you have to sell the importance of learning to your internal “clients” over and over again?
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