What a Blind Mule Teaches Us About Teamwork
We need each other. From sports teams to executive councils, there's power in numbers. “When you have others on your team, you feel empowered. You can do so much more,” says Jim Lange. Still, he feels alone as a leader. Read a great story about a blind mule, a car in a ditch, and teamwork at 5 Feet 20.
Look beyond Joseph's coat of many colors and discover that he holds surprising insights for today's workplace! Examining Joseph's experiences as a slave, a prisoner, and the CEO of a food company in Egypt, author Al Erisman illustrates how the life of this biblical patriarch can teach us lessons for use in modern business, government, and education.
Contributors: David Rupert
Published by The High Calling, May 31, 2013.
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