Why Leaders Need to Be Teachers

By Alvin Teoh|07-07-2020 | 0 Min Read

All Teachers Are Leaders but Not All Leaders Are Teachers

with Alvin Teoh

Leaders are often described as visionaries, inspirational, and courageous. While those are important qualities for leaders to possess, another quality tends to be overlooked. The ability to transfer knowledge as a leader not only benefits the learner, but the teacher as well. That’s why leaders also have to be good teachers.

It is an active decision that they make as part of they daily work routine.

A man smiling from the back of man seated and on his laptop (Teachers)

Alvin Teoh; Learning and Growth Partner at Leaderonomics talks about the importance of teaching and how leaders can incorporate teaching into their lives.

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Alvin Teoh is the Learning and Growth Partner at Leaderonomics. He believes in the power of learning and development. Alvin himself has grown in Leaderonomics, from being part of the campus work, to moving to the assessment space before taking on a diagnostics and design role at Leaderonomics. He feels growth is key to our success.
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