April 22, 2016 | The “Earth Day” Edition
Today we celebrate Earth Day. The first Canadian Earth Day was held on Thurs, Sept 11, 1980 and was organized by Paul D. Tinari, then a graduate student at Queen’s University.
As a leader, it’s amazing to see that something you’ve initiated has had a long-term impact.
Leadership is not always easy nor fun. I admire people like Paul who see a need and have the abilities, discipline, and courage to make a difference in this world.
Forbes | ‘It’s Our Turn To Lead’: How To Engage Your Team On Earth Day
Inc. | Three Reasons Why Every Day Should Be Earth Day For Leaders
BI | How To Think Like a Leader From The Future
CJ | The 10 Second Rule To Getting Hired & a Raise
TED | Alex Steffen: The Route To A Sustainable Future
Leading, along the road with you!
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