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How to Avoid Skills Obsolescence Before it's Too Late

How to Avoid Skills Obsolescence Before it's Too Late

You used to be able to go to school, get your degree, and then you were set. You might add some continuing education later in your career, but it wasn’t always necessary or top of mind. Those days are definitely gone. Now, if you haven’t learned a new technology in two years, you’re already behind the curve. We’re lucky if we have a 5-year tech cycle.

When the world’s open for business, will you be ready?

When the world’s open for business, will you be ready?

If you’re like me, you’ve had an influx of webinars and online training invites in your email inbox the past few months. I understand why. Companies everywhere are moving to a remote setting, making schedules a bit more flexible to fit them in. Plus, with the economic challenges the world is currently facing, many people are looking for ways to inject new life into their business, while others are looking for ways to inject new life into their resumes as they worry about the potential of future layoffs.

Too Busy to Make Work Easier?

Too Busy to Make Work Easier?

“We’re always so busy! There’s no time to stop and get trained, so we’ll just have to try and figure this new stuff out on our own.” Does this sound familiar? Does your company struggle with the balance between allocating time for learning and working productively?  As the Director of Learning Services for Enstoa, I run into this quite a bit with clients of all sizes and types.