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Growth

Employees are personally responsible for succeeding at work. No one can do it for anyone else. Success requires the willingness to keep learning. Learning agility is fundamental to career growth. Its five dimensions are mental agility, self-awareness, people agility, change agility, and results agility. Applying experience or expertise gained in one context to other situations


The drive to learn and achieve seems to be hard wired, even though developing new job skills or studying for a degree is rarely easy. Challenges can range from exciting and liberating to frustrating and stressful. Learning expands personal horizons as a result of mastering difficulties, experimenting, making mistakes, and adapting one’s ways of functioning


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