AP Podcast – Episode 127: Janice Jokkel talks about company culture, blended learning and what it was like to fire herself
Janice Jokkel can pivot. When she needed a different way to earn a living, she found the Family Entertainment Center business was just the ticket. Starting small, she grew her business by focussing on the details of training and culture. During our conversation, we get to hear her story and also touch on the importance of core values, why e-learning is not the panacea we think it is, and the two things people will generally not skimp on.
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