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Olympic Insiders Debbie Muir and Mark Tewksbury are dedicated to creating the high-performance workforce of today & tomorrow.
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Great Traits 21h
Do what works best with the people you are leading, even if that appears to contradict what you have done before.
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Great Traits May 22
There may be one outcome you are striving for, but there are always several different possibilities to take you there.
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Great Traits May 21
There is no absolute right or wrong way because there never is just one way to get something done.
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Great Traits May 20
Leadership encompasses two contradictory concepts: 1. Practical, pragmatic, step by step approach that we call the SCIENCE of leadership. 2. Awareness, your gut feeling & instinct that we call the ART of leadership.
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Great Traits May 19
“It is not that I love contradictions; life is contradictory. Existence itself is possible only through contradictions.” - Osho
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Great Traits May 18
“In formal logic, a contradiction is the signal of defeat, but in the evolution of real knowledge it marks the first step in progress toward a victory” - Alfred North Whitehead
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Great Traits May 17
Louis B. Hobson is right, everyone should see this show! 🙌
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Great Traits May 17
Hear it!! Stop it! International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia.
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Great Traits May 16
Extreme ideas, seemingly in opposition, can work brilliantly together.
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Wordfest May 15
.' event tonight is SOLD OUT but you can still get tickets for tomorrow night's performance here: A huge THANK YOU to our event sponsor and to our partners at the for helping us make this happen! 📸:
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Great Traits May 16
Fantastic show Mark!
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Great Traits May 15
To be a great leader: 1. Accept the nature of paradox. 2. Master the art & science of leadership. 3. Respect core values & provide rationale.
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Great Traits May 14
By being open to various possibilities in any given situation, you find what works even if that appears to contradict what you have done before.
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Mark Tewksbury May 13
Thanks for the great interview at this morning. Tickets for Belong at
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One Young World May 13
from Counsellor, Olympian Gold Medallist, Co-Founder of & Chair of Special Olympics Canada RT to share his important message with your network of young leaders this week 🙌
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Great Traits May 13
Do you give credit when credit is due? Who do you support, advocate and champion.
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Great Traits May 11
When we step back & let other people shine, or when we admit a mistake easily, we really have humility, we make such a positive impression.
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Great Traits May 10
Lose yourself in the group, for the good of the group. It allows for mistakes to be made, for others to contribute & for everyone to shine.
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Mark Tewksbury May 9
Thanks Louis B. Hobson for the thoughtful interview in today’s Belong opens next week in
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Great Traits May 9
Having humility doesn’t mean you aren’t proud, it just means taking a more modest approach that comes from the security of knowing the role you played without needing all of the fanfare.
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