In today’s dynamic world, full of new technologies and changes, continuous improvement and lifelong competence development play a key role. He talks about why it’s important to be open to learning and why young people should pursue a variety of skills in an interview with Capital24.tv BetaMed SA founder Beata Drzazga.
Presenting her perspective on the contemporary challenges of working with young people, Beata Drzazga emphasizes that the value of learning does not end after receiving formal education. “Why is it worth a lifetime of learning?” That’s because things are changing all the time. And it’s amazing,” he says noting the ever-evolving world.
In the interview, the expert notes that young people are a key part of the future, as they are the ones who will be educated in areas related to new technologies.
He also stresses that “Employees who want to develop themselves are very creative people who will also bring us more to work later on,” adding that employers should not be so afraid of employees leaving when they not only gain new skills, but actually become an even more valuable member of the team.
It is worth noting that Beata Drzazga, regardless of her already impressive output, does not stop developing. She supports educational initiatives, participates in conferences, contributes to entrepreneurs and inspires others to continuously improve themselves, and she herself also consistently expands her knowledge and acquires new competencies.
Lifelong learning is a key element in achieving success in today’s world. Young people should be ready for change, flexible in their careers, and employers should support their employees in their pursuit of continuous development.
Link to video: https://youtu.be/bDUeJl1HhO8