Be A Leader: Spot The Gorilla

Mar 01, 2016 1 Min Read
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Leadership today requires observation and worldview skills, else you may find yourself dispatched by the unknowns from nowhere.

Remember that great leaders are always forward-looking and not basking in past glories or caught up in internal issues. Be vigilant enough to always be observing what is happening from the outside in.

Learn to reflect and take time off to notice the “dancing gorillas” that walk into their lives.

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