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  1. The availability of personal development plans not only motivates workers, but makes them loyal to the employer. When opportunities for personal development re lacking, people move elsewhere where growth is available

  2. Personal development is great if it’s a “skill” to learn and apply in life or at your workplace. The whole purpose of it is help you achieve any kind of success a person is trying to achieve. I wouldn’t consider motivational and hyped up programs as personal development though (my opinion).

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