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Olympic Insiders, Debbie Muir and Mark Tewksbury provide inspiration and elevation in competitive high-performance environments
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Your job is not just to have the best plan, it is also to be able to execute that plan in the best way possible.
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Great Traits Aug 10
Great leaders make sure people are not just busy doing things, but are busy doing the right things.
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Great Traits Aug 9
Planning is the “how” to bring the vision to life. As a leader you need to ensure all individual contributions lead to realizing the vision.
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Great Traits Aug 8
Honestly assess where you & your team are in relation to achieving its part of the overall organizational objective.
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Great Traits Aug 7
Does everyone in the organization understand how their individual roles & goals align with the overall success of the organization?
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Great Traits Aug 6
“The purpose of life is not to be happy - but to matter, to be productive, to be useful, to have it make some difference that you lived at all.” -Leo Rosten
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Great Traits Aug 5
This weekend marks the 40th Anniversary of the beginning of Canada’s decade-long reign of global dominance in synchronized swimming. Debbie Muir coached Helen Vanderburg & Michelle Caulkins to their first World Championship title!
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Special Olympics CAN Aug 3
HUGE thank you to for your support! What an awesome result from our campaign! We are so grateful for your support!
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Great Traits Aug 3
As the leader you have to engage each person in understanding their specific role in bringing the vision to life & the goals they need to set to make it happen.
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Special Olympics CAN Aug 2
Who cares about a slight delay in medal presentations when you’ve got and to keep the crowd entertained! Merci pour votres enthusiasm!
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Great Traits Aug 1
When a vision is done right, people take responsibility & commit because they see their work is meaningful.
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Great Traits Jul 31
A great vision acts as the driving force – the purpose – that every organization needs in order to be successful.
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Great Traits Jul 30
To be a great leader: 1. Set a compelling vision. 2. Bring the vision to life. 3. Keep everyone on track.
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Great Traits Jul 29
“If you have a strong purpose in life, you don’t have to be pushed. Your passion will drive you there” - Roy T Bennett
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Great Traits Jul 27
By capturing people’s imagination with clear objectives & roles, you inspire everyone to do their part in making it happen.
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Great Traits Jul 26
What different actions can you take that challenge you to be better?
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Great Traits Jul 24
Challenging convention enables us to find ways of doing things that are better than before & that often inspire others at the same time.
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Great Traits Jul 23
Challenging conventional wisdom requires strength & leads to unveiling limitations in group thinking so that new & better ways of doing things can be developed.
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Special Olympics CAN Jul 21
TODAY IS THE DAY! Happy Day of Inclusion to all! Visit your local for a Special Olympics Donut (designed by amazing Alberta athlete Savannah)! Proceeds from every donut sold will go back to our programs across the country! Post a pic w
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Mark Tewksbury Jul 21
Eat a donut today & support Visit Tim Hortons, buy a Special Olympics Donut, Post to social to show you believe in the power of inclusion. Proceeds from every Special Olympics Donut sold will support our community programs across the country.
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