Why Training Never Stops


What do performance groups, symphony orchestras,  and sports teams all have a common?

They practice every day because they never master their craft.

So why do companies stop training after somebody’s on boarded or only cross train when there’s a hole in skills?

Companies always need to improve and have the notion to be training every day. They should be always looking to get better as individuals, teams, and a brand. Better performance equals better results, more customers, and better success.

If it’s good enough for a musical play to practice, or a volleyball team, or the students in the classroom to continuously learn, practice, and grow, then it’s just as vital for companies and individuals to practice every day as well.

The competition doesn’t stop. Skills atrophy with stagnation. Audiences will leave for better shows.  Customers will leave for better service.

The choice is simple – train and grow your business. The old proverb rings true:

When You’re Green You’re Growing, When You’re Ripe You Rot

Practice daily. Make every day a training day.

About Paul LaRue

My goal - To encourage you to lead & influence others with positive impact.

Posted on May.6.2016, in Leadership. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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