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People need new skills. People are ready to learn. If you do not continue training, your business may fall behind and lose your competitive advantage.
At first, it may sound counter-intuitive. Businesses around the world are struggling to survive the pandemic. Cost-cutting exercises and rationalization efforts are underway at many places. How can you then think of investing in training? Is it not the wrong time? Is it not a waste of money?
No. If you consider the actual implications of this pandemic, you will see something contrary.
Many businesses are now working remotely. And while some processes are slowing down or coming to a complete halt while some are working in overdrive. In all these scenarios, it makes more sense to train now, at the first available instance.
Because of three simple reasons…