Be A Leader: Getting Your Hands Dirty

By Leaderonomics|15-03-2016 | 1 Min Read

The common practice in learning will generally propose the classroom setting where you listen more than you experience. However, research has shown that this idea may have to be thrown out altogether.

Getting your hands dirty on the job is perhaps far more important than a good report card. Work experience always triumphs over the classroom because people learn better while they are doing.

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