In this episode, Senior Consultant Chris Burbidge has a conversation with Andrew about the question he hears from clients week in, week out.
As a leader on many of TDG’s projects, the common question or challenge he hears from clients is:
How do I get value out of my people?
How do I get value out of what I invest in their training and competency?
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