HR.com: Want To Be A Better Leader? Don’t be a slug.

Making connections to create ideas is crucial for success.

From a study conducted years ago on the reading habits of scientists, three categories formed: innovative, productive, and “slugs.” The latter group read almost nothing, while innovative scientists read from a variety of fields including those outside their area of expertise.

“If you want to be a more creative leader, making connections to create new ideas is crucial for your success. To be able to make those new connections you need new material to connect to.”

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