As a trainer, I have had the honor of frequently witnessing groups come together as strangers and evolve to become a support group for one another well after the training has been completed. My heart smiles when I open my email a week or two following a training program and discover that participants are chatting with one another regarding their key learnings from the course but, more importantly, how they are applying the skills in their workplace. Unfortunately, we sometimes hear the opposite. Participants attend a training program, return to work, put out fires, and resort to old habits with very little motivation, reinforcement, or accountability. This is why it is always a breath of fresh air to witness learners who are excited about learning new skills, and are motivating and supporting one another to implement the tools back on the job.