It does not matter definitively what the company's talent development policy is, because it is always defining, instead, the personal drive and the effort and commitment to one's own development. Those who have everything served on a platter do not always put the effort and commitment that you would imagine necessary to make the most of the opportunity that is offered to them. It takes training and knowing about the "how" and the "what" and the "why" and including formal studies, with international standards and abundant technical content.
It is necessary to have a "personal engine" to be trained Phone number database in the widest possible knowledge, because today there is nothing left over. And it will not always be possible or advisable to delegate to others the understanding of the concepts and knowledge that one should know because of their position and responsibility for the decisions they must make.
Also in personal development there is benchmarking. As in the industry: what do others do better than me? What does it consist of, what is it made up of, how much effort do they dedicate? How much do I really give back to society from what I have received? Those circumstances where one took more than what he returned are already history. When we project ourselves and reach out to help others, we multiply the ability to give and return that we all have. Everything that is given, comes back.