Companies don’t have the time to develop their people.
Companies are lacking the skills needed to grow and be better.
I haven’t seen any senior manager who doesn’t want to have very motivated and capable people under them,
What about the people? How will you develop them if there is no budget or time?
It is the responsibility of the people to develop themselves. No one will push you to be better, no one will recommend you what to do.
In today’s culture of self-organized teams, companies rely on people, but also in the age of cost effectiveness, the companies again rely on people to drive their own career.
This leads to an interesting outcome. People are leading their career and taking the full responsibilities of their actions.
Companies don’t invest in their people’s education, therefore it is no wonder when someone develops their skills further, to leave the company.
If the companies want people to stay, there must be a shift in the narrative. Instead of companies asking employees to find the time, give them the time. really invest in the talent you want to see in your company.