The LEADS in a Caring Environment Framework: Develop Coalitions
In the world of nature, threatened birds flock together. Bait fish form schools to appear bigger than they really are to ward off predators. Cattle gather into herds as menacing thunder clouds appears on the horizon. Even microbes “glob” together as the electrolytes change in their environment.
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