Raise Your Game: Connecting The Dots

Jul 31, 2016 1 Min Read
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We are surrounded by multiple dots in our life journey, and some are more visible than others. The more visible ones however may not be the most relevant and vital to get connected, and make a difference.

Do we have what it takes to find those vital connections? Ong Ewe Hock, a faculty trainer with Leaderonomics, joins us to discuss how we can better define our own dots.

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