Learning Teamwork Through Nature: Lions

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Continuing on my Learning Leadership Skills Through Nature series, I’m going to be focusing on teamwork from the lions. As they are very well known for working as teams on all levels from fighting against intruders, controlling territories, and for hunting. Territories are often held by several males in coalitions. They are also a universal symbol of power and strength. The females work together during hunts to bring down elephants and other large animals. They need to be calculated and work together to ensure the hunt goes well. If it doesn’t that can be the difference between life and death for them.  Males also assist with big kills and protection of the territory.

Bringing this example into your corporate area you ask yourself the following:

  • Where can the teamwork in my company be optimized?
  • Is everybody aware of the benefits of an increased level of partnership with colleagues?

It doesn’t matter where you are or what you do, you are always going to work with others to make things happen. No task can be accomplished without teamwork and a good way to learn how to do so is to observe the traits offered by nature itself.

Love ya,

Mae Polzine

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