I can only think of 3 reasons for this:
1. Senior executives are smarter than ordinary workers and know more, so they do not require training or improvement.
2. Senior executives are busier and their work more important than ordinary workers, so they do not have time to attend training classes.
3. Training and development is universally perceived by corporate employees as a waste of time, but only senior executives have the authority to excuse themselves, while the rest of us don’t.
Which of the above do you think is the reason for senior ’s exemption from training?
Or is there another reason senior executives avoid training that I don’t know about?
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