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This week marks Learning at Work Week, an opportunity to celebrate lifelong learning at work and shine a spotlight on the importance and benefits of continual learning and development.
To celebrate, we challenged the Search MD’s to share an important lesson they have learnt over the years and one lesson they wish they had learnt sooner.
Read about the key lessons our MD's have learnt below.
If you do not believe in yourself, no-one will.
The sales industry is black and white. There is limited middle ground. Either you are winning or you are losing.
Work smarter not harder. Working without a break is not smart, nor will it always get you the best results.
You have two ears and one mouth for a reason. Whilst asking questions is important, listening is equally as important, if not more so.
Expect the unexpected, especially when dealing with people.
Shouting, although occasionally satisfying, is essentially futile.
How to use and conduct meetings on video conferencing tools.
It's never too late to embrace new technology!
If you want staff to perform and progress in their careers, you need to take time to show them how to do their job. You need to regularly review how they are performing as well as continually coach and encourage them along the way.
Be braver and push yourself more to achieve your goals quicker.
Julie Calisir - Managing Director of Business Support, Call & Contact Centre
Always believe in yourself – be your own worst critic as well as your biggest supporter.
I can say no to the office feeders and fat lunches.
At Search, we are passionate about providing a structured and accessible learning and development journey for all our colleagues. We were one of the first recruitment companies to achieve Platinum Investors in People status and we recently launched our new learning platform ‘Connect.’ to help facilitate our custom training and development program.