Bridge the Gap: The Senior Living Podcast

Bridge the Gap: The Senior Living Podcast

Welcome to Bridge the Gap with hosts Lucas McCurdy and Joshua Crisp. A podcast dedicated to informing, educating and influencing the future of housing and services for older adults in senior living.... Show More
July 7, 2020 35 min

James Lee discusses Learning and Development (L&D) in this episode. The six-part series is meant to be chapters of one long story - to do the meaningful work of advancing organizational culture in our organizations, we must learn the components of culture. James believes that L&D is the most meaningful competitive advantage in senior living. If you want to be the best senior living organization in our industry, you must learn faster, learn better, and learn more frequently than everyone else.

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