Time Out For Rotomould Is Vital To Business Health
Like everyone else, I know how difficult it can be to get out of the office or factory and spend time on your professional development and on measuring and improving your business. It is also obvious that the modern workplace can be an intense and competitive learning environment where manager’s and employees are constantly being judged on their capabilities and benchmarked against their peers. And the goalposts in the workplace keep moving. This might be because of new technology, customer demand, legislation or simply because there is a new vision in your business. Some in the rotomoulding industry are good at providing learning opportunities when they can see a direct benefit to the organisation, however since most are considered small or medium sized enterprises, the ability for your company to provide meaningful professional development and process knowledge is limited. That’s where ARMA and our Rotomould 2020 conference come in!
There's a strong correlation between learning and both professional and personal success. Staff who undertake learning activities are more able to adapt to the changing requirements of an organisation. Candidates who demonstrate that they're conscientious about their personal development are likely to be seen as highly motivated and engaged. Their openness to learning also suggests they're flexible, adaptable and will bring a continuous improvement ethos to the workplace – all of which should be appealing to an employer.
When you're busy at work it's easy to lose sight of the changing needs of the business. Conferences provide a fantastic opportunity to update your knowledge, benchmark your business, improve your own softer skills and network with your supply chain and competitors to gather vital industry intelligence which is now so vital to your business health. I hope you will consider all of the benefits that come from attending as we are focused on bringing a selection of specialist presenters to share their knowledge with you to make it the most valuable opportunity for professional development you will have in 2020.