Crane Worldwide Logistics has a culture of continuous learning and critical thinking to foster new ideas and rapidly address changing business needs.
Crane University launched in February 2017 with the mission to provide internal clients a central location for all training needs focusing on compliance, work instructions, employee resources, professional and personal development.
We model and define a learning organization as an organization which develops the knowledge, skills and abilities of its employees. An organization which creates a culture of continuous learning and critical thinking to foster new ideas and rapidly address changing business needs. All employees are expected and empowered to develop their skill sets and share knowledge to drive the organization towards efficiency and effectiveness. At Crane Worldwide Logistics, the training and development department provides support to key training initiatives, both internally and externally, in an effort to support each employee to become more efficient and productive in their role in the organization for our external clients.
Dan Welch (Operations Supervisor) – “The entry level training is important as we need to always remember the basics. Leadership excellence and coaching builds collaboration and teamwork by utilizing the courses remaining an employer of choice. Advancing your knowledge by learning innovative techniques increases the ability to be a client advocate to our staff and add value to our clients.'
Jayna Wolfe (Regional Operations Coordinator) – “Crane University offers employees at any level in the organization the opportunity to learn at their own pace and explore a multitude of career growth topics on a single platform. “
Christie Hileman (Account Manager) – “The trainings have been helpful to me in ways that I communicate with my clients, present myself as a professional and seek out new business. I have applied this in my everyday work life by communicating better with the client, our vendors and our own Crane team. My emails to clients are more professional as well. I have found new ways in presenting quotes/lanes to them after getting ideas from the trainings.”