The Lone Leopards CultureIndividual

The Lone Leopards Culture

  • Individual well-being is essential, but human relationships are not so much.
  • The focus is on individualism and not teamwork.
  • Ideal for people who want to work alone and not collaborate.
  • The mascot of this workplace is the leopard; strong, capable, and a loner.

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