As Charles Darwin observed, when the environment is changing rapidly, it is neither the strongest nor the most intelligent who survive—it is the ones who are most adaptable. Thus, the fittest leaders are those most capable of learning. That is why authors like Thomas Friedman (Hot, Flat, and Crowded) stress that the most important competence today is learning how to learn.
- 5. Use Your Hands: The Commitment to Practice
- from TouchPoints: Creating Powerful Leadership Connections in the Smallest of Moments
- Publisher: Jossey-Bass
- Released: May 2011
the fastest make it, not the the smartest or the strongest
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