Being different as a personality and being design unique requires respect, bravery, and patience vs What learnings from the New Zealand All Blacks Rugby team can be gleaned by tertiary Architectural Students in teambuilding and dealing with differences
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Citation:Rennie, J.J. (2020, February). Being Different as a Personality and Being Design Unique Requires Respect, Bravery, and Patience. Paper presented at the Joseph Haldane, PhD (London), F.R.A.S. Chairman & CEO, IAFOR The International Academic Forum, The Southeast Asian Conference on Education (SEACE2020).
Permanent link to Research Bank record:https://hdl.handle.net/10652/4998
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