Aug 11 Posted 8 months ago
Great food for thought Eric. I've always considered sharing subject-matter expertise as one of the most powerful forms of advocacy - everyone has some form of professional know-how that can be beneficial to colleagues, customers and consumers.
One thing you mentioned had me thinking - should an employer "expect" an employee to participate in a program of this nature? Yes, participation should be encouraged, but surely it should ultimately be voluntary, even if there are benenfits for both parties?
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