We all aspire to grow, to learn and in the process, nurture the leader within us. But the questions remain. What makes a leader? Is it the designation? What are the characteristics of a leader? Who becomes a leader? All these questions are answered here.
At BYJU’S, every fresher, every veteran, stands a chance to hone and nurture the leader within themselves. The leaders at BYJU’S constantly motivate, initiate conversations and give feedback to everyone in their midst. The seamless communication, the fostering of team spirit and making a difference is what binds aspiring and seasoned leaders together.
Watch this video where some of the leaders at BYJU’S share the secret ingredients for becoming a leader.
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