2019 Top Workplace Trends for Establishing a Culture of Continuing Education
Most people believe that once they finish with an undergrad or grad degree that they are done with education. In fact, in most cases people are out of date when they graduate. With the fast paced tech world, we see major shifts with how we create, deploy and use technology. If we are not updating our skills sets every five years, then we are outdated. Below is a post from Lambda Solutions that outlined some awesome tips to help you build a culture of continuing education at your work place. - David Brodosi
Why You Should Encourage Your Employees to Continue their Education
The old saying “Knowledge is power” is definitely applicable to the workplace. Today’s society is evolving faster than ever with new discoveries being made, new techniques being developed, and technology being invented. If your employees continue their education, they will be more likely to meet the demands of rapidly changing fields and technology by having up-to-date knowledge and technical skills.
However, your employees may be hesitant to continue their education due to time, money, and ambivalence about whether or not it will actually help them.
Promoting the continuation of education within the workplace’s culture will compel more of your employees to continue their education in the form of advanced degrees, certificates, conferences/seminars, etc. But how do you get started?
David Brodosi is an experienced team leader with a demonstrated history of success in the higher education industry. Skilled employer Relations, Nonprofit Organizations, Career Development, Coaching, Conflict Resolution, and instructional design. David Brodosi provides guidance on tech strategies and trends for state-of-the-art classrooms, course development, and faculty design support services. Mr Brodosi is recognized as a thought leader regarding the intersection of AV/IT, collaboration technology that supports his organization's mission to deliver world-class research and tech solutions for higher education institutions.