Leadership Lessons from…Curious George [REBLOG]

Originally posted on The Official Blog of the Lead365 National Conference:
Yes, that one. The one you’re thinking of. Although it may not seem wise to follow the example of the monkey that ate enough of a puzzle to get sent to the ER, it might surprise you to realize just how many admirable leadership qualities that this mischievous monkey truly possesses. Why is Curious George a great model for leadership development? IMAGE CREDIT: KPBS He uses his resources. The first time I thought about Curious George as a model for creativity…

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