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William Jenkins
Community Architect interested in & visual data. Exploring Jane Jacobs ideas online & offline in Edu. & Givitas fan
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William Jenkins 3h
Lol! " did the unthinkable: It fact-checked a tweet"
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William Jenkins 3h
Lol! Wonder how familiar this sounds to and the Well Beings... from over 30 years ago. We desperately need to see a return to YOYOW online and off! "If I slander you on Twitter, you can sue me, but you can’t sue "
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William Jenkins 3h
To anyone suggesting that lied during the congress hearings. In the event that he did... Erm Pot... kettle... black People in glass (and ) houses...
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William Jenkins 3h
How funny would it be if... & found a reason to censor this convo? Politicans have wrecked Twitter and other social media channels in the UK and US.
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William Jenkins 3h
"In the time it took for the truth to get its boots on, false information had circled the earth many times" Re early media accounts of a shooting involving the police being factually wrong and misleading.
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William Jenkins 7h
. highlighting in the same thing found with his data in 2014. Turns out Twitter is even more politically polarized than you thought
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William Jenkins 9h
OK fess up... is this some kind of PR stunt for the Christmas Special? Christmas invastion 2: The Police Box drops in on Nan to Talk Turkey?
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William Jenkins 9h
Unbelievable! "Our app works in Northern Ireland and Gibraltar" the very next minute "Don't travel" update. Was that breifing specifically for my MP... Former ?
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Dean Thompson 14h
ONE MAN DEFIED THE MASSES..... one dude watches football live in the US whilst everybody else watches two old guys gobbing off
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William Jenkins 10h
Chapter 8 of 's is right up there with Jim Collins work on the subject.
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William Jenkins 11h
"The tough and kind leader loves her people enough to know they can always improve their game. She lights a fire in them to always get better"
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William Jenkins 11h
's leadership lessons from in reminds me of Jim Collins interview with Darwin Smith "I never stopped trying to become qualified for the job." via The Misguided Mix Up of Celebrity and Leadership
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William Jenkins 11h
"A leader who screams at his employees or belittles them will not attract and retain great talent over the long term" Why did that comment remind me of many a cringy meeting w CEO Justin Smith? A poor investment of my time!
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William Jenkins 11h
Replying to @Comey
"By avoiding hard conversations and not telling people where they are struggling and how they could improve, I was depriving them of the chance to grow"
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William Jenkins 11h
" believes there is no such thing as negative feedback or positive feedback; there is only accurate feedback, and we should care enough about each other to be accurate"
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William Jenkins 11h
L-O-L!!! "I asked my security detail to stay far enough away from me (in the FBI cafeteria) that people would think I was walking alone. I didn't want employees to think I needed to be protected from them"
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William Jenkins 11h
Replying to @FBI @Comey
Find joy in your work Treat all people with dignity and respect Protect the 's reservoir of trust and credibility Work hard Fight for balance in your life
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William Jenkins 11h
Replying to @EdTech_Stories
"In short, we would demand and develop ethical leaders"
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William Jenkins 11h
Replying to @Comey
"We would teach that great leaders are 1) People of integrity and decency 2) Confident enough to be humble 3) Both kind and tough 4) Transparent 5) Aware that we seek meaning in work 6) What they say is important, but what they do is far more important
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William Jenkins 11h
"I told the organization that I had an ambitious goal: The would one day be the government's premier leadership factory, and private employers would count the days until an FBI leader could retire so they could hire them to lead"
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