Raise Your Game: Lessons From A 9-Month Old Pup

Feb 19, 2018 1 Min Read
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Learning can occur at any time and in any place if you pay close attention to those around you. It doesn’t matter if you’re the leader or if you’re being led – effective teamwork happens when we learn from each other.

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In today’s Raise Your Game session, Leaderonomics Digital Learning Content Development Leader, Geetha Bai shares some valuable insights on leadership, camaraderie and teamwork as taught by a 9-month old pup.

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Check out its corresponding article: What A Puppy Taught Me About Teamwork
 

Related post: Leadership Nuggets: Use 4Cs To Build Trust In A Relationship

 

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