I read a lot — too much for work and not enough for pleasure, but that’s another story. In fact, at least some of the “work” reading proves quite interesting, including this Ragan post on high school lessons that hold true in the workplace.
Here’s the intro, followed by the seven lessons. Click the link at the bottom of this post for the full story.
High schools get a lot of criticism for the way graduates are prepared (or not) for the rigors of the real world. Nowhere does that lack of preparation get highlighted more than in the workplace. But you’d be surprised how much happens in your average high school that’s related to the working world.
High school can teach us plenty of lessons about how to win friends and influence people professionally. Here are seven shining examples that prove what goes on in high school hallways isn’t that different from what’s happening around the water cooler.
- Fake it until you make it
- Tardiness isn’t tolerated
- Don’t be a mean girl
- Prank at your own risk
- Where you sit matters
- Jump in and have some fun
- Focus on what you love
Intrigued? Check out the full explanations.