This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. A new paradigm of collaborative leadership is emerging. This non-hierarchical model focuses on ordinary contributions from many rather than the extraordinary contributions of a few. In this inspiring and engaging talk Donte Quinine discusses the evolution of leadership and how simple acts of leadership can have a huge impact.
Donte Quinine is an enthusiastic advisor, teacher, and mentor determined to inspire and encourage his students to reach their full potential. He holds a BA in Education from the University of Oregon and a MA in Leadership from Gonzaga. A former collegiate and professional basketball player, Donte continues to pursue health and wellness as an avid yoga practitioner and instructor. Donte is the Director of Student Programs and Leadership Instructor at Wenatchee Valley College. He also facilitates workshops and retreats on effective leadership, communications, team building, and personal wellness.
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