Start by clearly articulating the benefits derived in training other employees. Benefits to your department may include shorter lag time to productive output for new recruits. Benefits to team members may be increased respect from peers and new recruits. Once you have articulated the benefits, call a special meeting to discuss your new direction. You now have a base from which to work.
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