Ability To Work In a Team

Students think leadership is the second most important skill after creativity, but employers prefer they would focus on improving their ability to work in a team. The gap between importance and satisfaction is smaller here.

There are plenty of opportunities to practice this skill both at school and in internships, so you should try to gain experience working in groups across geographies and time zones.

The future requires the ability to work well with diverse groups of people who aren’t in the same place. While technology makes the even more coinvent, it still requires the human ability to understand the nuances of different cultures and idea, and learn to compromise and adjust.  – Francesa Di Meglio

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2 Responses to Ability To Work In a Team

  1. Hamish says:

    Humans are creatures of social interaction. Embracing that and encouraging that in others is a great way to make magic happen 🤗

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