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Part of being a great leader is being a great learner. If you decide to be leader, either in a leadership/managerial role, or just leading those to your left and to your right, you must also decide to never stop learning. When you stop learning, you stop leading. Last week my wife and I rented “The Intern.” It’s a movie with Robert De Niro and Anne Hathaway. De Niro plays the part of a 70+ year old widower who is board with life and wants to have something to get him out of the house. He’s a retired VP from a phone book printing company and he decides to apply for a senior internship program at a start-up tech company that was founded and is ran by Jules Osten, played by Anne Hathaway. Ben started out as a huge underdog, as he didn’t even know how to turn on his mac when he got started. But his desire to learn and his work ethic in doing so helped propel him into a sort of leader of the interns. As an intern, he was reporting directly to the CEO when he inspired her and built a relationship of trust. His…