7 Steps to Make Your Team Eager to Learn

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I am often asked, “how do I get people who have been in the company a long time to keep learning new things?” I think the first thing to do is to understand why they often don’t want to learn new things. For some people, it’s laziness or arrogance, but for others, there is more to it than that.

Here are seven steps to take to get your team to constantly want to learn new things:

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