Learning new skills is imperative to our business. The challenge of learning new skills is daunting; however, developing our perspectives and abilities to be more forward-thinking and produce better, more complete results for our clients is essential.
While university taught me the basic requirements for industry, learning and development really happens through experience and exposure to different clients, situations and challenges. To learn to solve problems, you need to experience, and experience teaches you to handle each situation differently. This hands-on learning and development started as soon as I arrived at PwC through seeing and interacting with different clients and projects. You learn to adapt to our client's risks and issues and produce outcomes that reflect current and future potential.