Communicating New Initiatives

The Importance of “Why” in Training
When we were all young children, we all used to bug our parents with lots of “Why?” questions. And while this can test even the calmest of parents, the truth is children are curious about the world around them and want to understand why things happen. It helps them learn and communicate. Yet, somehow, as we get older, we forget the importance of why questions.
We believe that one of the top mistakes that leaders make is that they pass on the ‘how’, but not the ‘why’?
And the reason why this is a big mistake for most companies is that often company processes are perpetuated without people ever questioning why we do something. Over time, staff is taught processes that solve problems that no longer exist.

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