Why is it important to build a learning organization?

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Rachel Tuller (Former CEO & Business Coach, Vistage)

According to Tuller, the question of employee training and creating a learning organization comes down to the fact that an organization cannot grow if employees are not well trained and have less than required skill levels. She discusses how companies often worry that they are investing in employees who will take the training given them and leave. She thinks companies should be more worried about the ramifications to organizational success if they don’t invest in learning and they end up with long term employees without the right skills.


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Rachel Tuller

Former CEO & Business Coach, Vistage

Rachel Tuller is a proven leader in high-profile executive roles having served as a 25+ year IT industry entrepreneur primarily in Education, Training and Certification leadership. She has a strong background in Global Business Development as an innovative & creative thinker, focused on solution-oriented programs. Having run both for-profit businesses and non-profit organizations, she has uniquely well-rounded perspectives on growth, retention and client service. Has worked for Vistage, CompTIA, New Horizon and many other companies in strategy roles. Currently she leads Strategic Partnerships & Integrations at Citrix.

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