Learn Continuously in Order to Grow

# 9min

As a leader, it is important to create a growth environment for people inside your organization and for those you would like to attract to your organization now and in the future. To succeed at this, you need to model growth and expect it. In this Executive Edge, the focus is on having a personal plan for growth, strengthening your skills, setting a learning agenda as a new leader, and encouraging company-wide learning for continuous improvement. It is not a time to step back –– leaders at all levels must learn continuously in order to grow themselves as well as their companies.

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