Young Leaders Series Vol. II: 3 Obstacles from Being the Leader People Love to Follow

Leaders need to lead themselves well to be able to lead others in their organization. It’s the leaders who are disciplined, constantly learning, and rooted in conviction who inspire. We want to be that leader: A leader whom people love to follow. Inspired employees are twice as productive as employees who are satisfied. Thus, it’s important to…

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Tamara is CEO of Liberty Society. She loves to write on self-development and startup leadership. Her work immerses her deep in the NGO and social impact world.

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Tamara Dewi Gondo Soerijo

Tamara Dewi Gondo Soerijo

Tamara is CEO of Liberty Society. She loves to write on self-development and startup leadership. Her work immerses her deep in the NGO and social impact world.

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