As a veteran of business for over 25 years, I have been part of more training sessions and seminars than I care to remember. Many were not worth the time they took away from other work. My time at Priority Learning has been a decided exception to that pattern.
At Priority Learning I have gained critical insights and knowledge that I did not even realize I was lacking. The experience of understanding how we are fundamentally motivated and how each of us perceives and acts has been a remarkable awakening for me. As a trained engineer and manager, I had a very rigid fact based world view. If there was a problem, I often directed the fix. I may have been right, and I may have had good answers, but I now realize that I frequently did not empower or grow my direct reports or coworkers. Being right does not always mean getting the best result for everyone
What Priority Learning has taught me is that I can be more beneficial to my company and peers by coaching them to constantly grow and solve their own problems. I have learned to have more faith in others, and to recognize the power encouragement as opposed to criticism.
With out doubt, Priority Learning has provided me with some of the most valuable learning experiences of my life.