Let me get straight to the point, I do not dislike "clumsy".
Although it may irritate me.
There would be benefits from the point of the team.
Through taking care of clumsy people, the team members get feeling of community and get feeling of sense of a certain levels of accomplishments.
Those who, originally clumsy but have overcome, never forgot techniques compared to those who are able to do easily.
Given their efforts to acquire the techniques, they tend to have point to teach about them those join the company later.
What are good for clumsy people that they have stories in drinking parties.
However, it is difficult for clumsy people to reach that kind of level.
There would many failures and they tend to be reprimanded. They would not be delegated. They would be passed away by those join the company later. And so on, all are tough.
Anyway, occupations where trainings are inevitable would require large amounts of efforts, at the same time, once acquired, they would be able to proudly say, "I am able to do this !", which is really good one, I think.
I cannot stop them. I cannot guarantee them they are able to do someday.
Others cannot prepare what people need in order to be appropriately trained.
What I can do would be limited to appreciate their hard works.