Are Leaders Born or Taught? | GenomeWeb

"Where did you learn to be a leader?" asks DrdrA at Blue Lab Coats. Grad schools teach students how to hypothesize, design experiments, analyze the data, and write research papers, but not how to lead a group or become an effective PI, she says. They don't teach things like how to manage multiple projects simultaneously, or manage people, or keep track of money.

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