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This episode is the 3rd in a five-part series examining leadership lessons and the parallels from the 2022 Boston Marathon.This year, like many, many years previous, the winners of the Boston Marathon were from Kenya. As a matter of fact, the winner of the elite women’s category (Peres Jepchirchir of Kenya) became the first athlete in history to win the NYC, Boston and Olympic Marathon titles.In this episode, Michel explores the incredibly important role our environment plays in how we lead and create a culture moving forward in our new world.In Kenya, the environment is “perfect” for running and training to run long distance. Runners from around the world train in this environment.Yet why, year after year, it’s the Kenyans that continue to win?Looking closer, as Michel does in this episode, shows that running is not just a “thing” people train for, but it’s a way of life. From childhood, through teens and as adults, people run.They simply run everywhere.Running is their environment. It is their way of life.As leaders, how are you creating an environment, where the culture breeds success?How are you creating the intangibles and the environment (that can’t be measured) to create cultures in this new world?At Upskill Community, we support you in creating an environment, that as a leader, you know that your team will flourish.Click here to join!And thank you for listening and sharing!
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