What can Usain Bolt's gold-medal forfeit teach us about teamwork?

What can Usain Bolt's gold-medal forfeit teach us about teamwork?

Strong teamwork, in any organisation, is a prerequisite for success. The well-used adage ‘a chain is only as strong as its weakest link’ always rings true – whether in the office, or on the sports field.

This clichéd truth is inescapable, as nine-time Olympic Gold medal winner, Usain Bolt, found out – the world-record sprinter is set to lose one of his first-place honours, as a result of a team-mate’s wrongdoing.

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