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Employee training is an indicator of professionalism that speaks for itself

by Amy Staska
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"The nature of human beings is such that we tend not to drift into better behaviors." —Bill Hybels

Bill Hybels, founder and senior pastor at Willow Creek Community Church, South Barrington, Ill., states what most of us intrinsically know to be true: Rising to the top not only takes extraordinary effort, but it also often takes extraordinary effort to rise at all.

No one starts out as a roofing worker and without extraordinary effort ends up owning a successful roofing company. And manufacturing interns don't end up as chief executive officers (CEOs) without putting exceptional diligence into the climb.

To build a better, more efficient, safer and quality-oriented roofing company, you need to possess a willingness to find new ways for your company to grow and improve. And the best way to do so is through...



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