This past December, the Corridor Business Journal held its annual Workforce Awards. Through a partnership with Kirkwood Community College, the CBJ recognizes companies in Kirkwood’s seven-county region that are ahead of the curve in creating and maintaining their workforce talent edge. One of the awards was focused on Training for Existing Employment Needs, and our approach earned us special recognition.
Growth Sparked by Curiosity
At Clickstop, we strive to create a self-driven learning culture. For us this means activating a genuine curiosity to learn and a personal conviction to continually transform to the best version of self.
We support employees by helping them answer: Who do you want to be long term? What do you do best? How can you align your strengths to make a greater impact in the work of our organization?
Additionally, we provide creative autonomy and flexibility in responsibilities to allow employees the opportunity to learn through new and challenging experiences. This is complimented with mentoring to help create a greater sense of awareness and reflection around development as a result of these experiences. And we make learning accessible for our employees by hosting on-site development workshops, providing access to e-learning programs and reimbursement for outside training and certifications.
We strive to support the development objectives of our employees and in order to do this most effectively, each individual is encouraged and expected to communicate openly about their growth desires and own their journey. The stories it creates are quite remarkable.