By CAROLYNE NJOGU Crucible moments are inevitable for us all. It is part of life, and all are subject to experience them at some point in the course of living. It is how we choose to cope with them that makes or breaks us.
We are all shaped by transformative events in our lives, which are known as crucible moments. What makes us view, react, and respond differently to these events? And can we take steps to activate these crucible moments and learn leadership skills from our response to them?
Caroline Ong, Country General Manager for Leaderonomics here...
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