Creating a Culture of Learning

January 30th, 2009 by Michael Rosenberg

There is a scary statistic that less than 5% of all university graduates ever bother to read more than 2 non-fiction books throughout their entire career.  For many professionals, for instance, continuing education units are more of a nuisance than a benefit. How can you create a culture of learning when you yourself do not want to read more?  The fact is, in order the essence of career performance is the ability to learn and adapt. It is the essence of dealing with leading change as well. After all, especially in today’s environment, if you are not moving forward, then you are moving backwards.

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