In Paulo Coehlo’s book, the “Alchemist,” there is a quote that says, “Camels are traitorous: they walk thousands of paces and never seem to tire. Then suddenly, they kneel and die. But horses tire bit by bit. You always know how much you know you can ask of them, and when it is that they are about to die.”

Today we look at the leadership implications at looking at people as Camels.

In this episode, we’ll discuss:

  1. Boss vs Leaders
  2. The advantage of showing fatigue
  3. Short-sided Leadership
  4. Increasing Capacity
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