At ABD, we’re passionate about the growth of each person here. We are a learning organization and proudly invest in our team members through training and development. We develop our expertise as part of our culture, to better service our clients and to help us reach our company objectives.
We do this in a number of ways: DISC Profile Assessments and Workshops, People Managers Training, Customized Management Development, Leadership Development, Core Systems Training, 1:1 Coaching, and our new On-Demand Learning Management System. Every employee has an Individual Development Plan (IDP) to ensure they are developing in their role and advancing at ABD, while preparing for the future.
We also support employees’ continuing education classes and encourage attendance at industry conferences. This investment allows our team to stay current about market trends and issues, ensuring we provide each client with partners who help them make the most rewarding decisions about their insurance and risk management programs.
In the spirit of encouraging the dissemination of expertise and information obtained at industry classes, events and conventions, ABD introduces ABD Accelerate – a new blog series for ABD employees to share key learnings and take-aways (or even humorous observations) so that the entire organization can learn from the experience.
We encourage each and every ABD Team Member to participate by contributing to ABD Accelerate, reading the posts to learn from one another and growing our expertise together.
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