growth experience

growth experience

 and growth opportunity; learning experience
Euph. an unpleasant experience. This job has been a growth experience for me. I've learned so much. Jim said that his trip to Mexico turned out to be a real learning experience.
See also: experience, growth
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Chen brings to Aleris 25 years of cross-cultural business leadership, general management, M&A and infrastructure growth experience in commodity, specialty chemicals and agricultural industries," Steven Demetriou, chairman and CEO of Aleris, says.
Music study is a growth experience, undoubtedly, and while not all growth is easy or even painless, the primary perspective on the process as a whole should be positive.
It was a growth experience for me, not artistically, but I got a chance to see how much hard work it is going on tour.
Running in this campaign has been the most intensive personal growth experience of my life.
But as in the real world--or even The Real World--they need to be grounded by a few likable souls, a sense of context outside their domestic bitchiness, and the impression that it's all somehow a growth experience.
He was a compassionate leader; a man of vision and commitment; a beloved advocate of summer camp as a valuable growth experience for children.
In fact, it proved to be a growth experience for Scott.
The center began as a theatrical growth experience in which the community could participate, rather than as a place - a building where plays were produced.
Doug Doyle Brings Proven Growth Experience to Help Kabira Execute on Market Opportunity for High Performance, Low Cost Transaction Systems
It's been an incredible growth experience for me,'' the UCLA graduate said this week.
Harb brings more than 30 years of business ownership and growth experience to the Board, and stated, "I am honored to be asked to serve AGT and I am excited about its revenue and growth opportunities.
Eversant determined that its investment was impaired based on HSS's current financial information and slower-than-expected growth experience.
As attractive as the social market economy might seem, we will not be able to say with any assurance how good or necessary neoliberal policies in fact were until we investigate rigorously and comparatively the growth experiences of all the European--and indeed East Asian--states, 1945-1990.
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