Secure Base Leadership

Apr 01, 2019 1 Min Read
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Based on Leaderonomics’ Science of Building Leaders, a Secure Base is something to be critically developed at a young age, however it continues to play much importance throughout life. So, as a working adult, do you have a secure base? And are you a secure base to others? How does this (or its lack of) affect your leadership abilities and potential?

Laura Yee, Head of Growth for Leaderonomics, shares her insights.

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