What Happens when Everybody is a Leader?

Problem 1: Leadership is crucial for team development => how to become a leader when you don't have a leader position?

Problem 2: Having more leader is good, but What happens when Everybody is a Leader?

 
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Outline/Structure of the Presentation

- Differentiate between Leader and Manager

- How to become a leader when you don't have a leader position

- What happens when Everybody is a Leader

- How Leaders works together

Learning Outcome

- leadership

- leader transformation

- teamwork

Target Audience

anybody

Prerequisites for Attendees

NA

schedule Submitted 5 months ago

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  • Peter Stevens
    By Peter Stevens  ~  4 months ago
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    One small suggestion. It looks like you slides are in 4:3 aspect ratio, or even square. Most projectors these days offer 16:9

    • Quang Nguyen
      By Quang Nguyen  ~  4 months ago
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      Thanks @Peter for a valid comment. Yes, I can transfer it to 16:9 later if it brings better vision for audience.


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