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#343 Embracing the Philosphy of the Elder – Monday Mentoring

Welcome to Monday Mentoring and the today leaders podcast. On our last global expert session with Zoe Routh, she shared insights around elder Dom. And it was incredible. She mentioned the Australian indigenous and their respect for the elder, they are...
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Welcome to Monday Mentoring and the today leaders podcast. On our last global expert session with Zoe Routh, she shared insights around elder Dom. And it was incredible. She mentioned the Australian indigenous and their respect for the elder, they are fundamentally the custodians of the culture and the educators, along with the indigenous people of Canada and the USA.

In the business world, can we embrace the elder? She talked to the compassion and the wisdom that elders portray, the wisdom if what is sensible, and the delivery with compassion for the people.

Check out the interview with Zoe here:
https://todaysleader.com.au/342-zoe-routh-protect-and-amplify-your-leadership-confidence/

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