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Great Traits
Olympic Insiders, Debbie Muir and Mark Tewksbury provide inspiration and elevation in competitive high-performance environments
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Great Traits 4h
Raising the bar at the right time & by the right amount engages & challenges people to evolve to a higher level.
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Great Traits 16h
Replying to @Sherryvanrob @CAC_ACE
So fun with past synchro friends#livenow
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Sherry Robertson 16h
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Great Traits Nov 23
The art of leadership is using your awareness to increase expectations in a way that is empowering & motivating to those you lead.
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Great Traits Nov 22
The question is, how do you continually set the bar higher without overwhelming people, or making the team feel like no matter what they do, it is never good enough?
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Great Traits Nov 21
Learning from what is not working to find what will work is what keeps momentum building.
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Great Traits Nov 20
A great leader has the ability to find small successes even if the day is a disaster.
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Julie Heather Nov 19
So missed a favourite night of the year! Sending love from Vancouver!
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Mark Tewksbury Nov 18
The best night out of the year! Slightly biased as Chair Thanks to all volunteers and supporters! Save Nov 30, 2018 for 50th anniversary celebration.
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Mark Tewksbury Nov 17
One of my favorite nights of the year... National Awards Evening. A chance to celebrate athletes, coaches and volunteers.
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Great Traits Nov 17
Continually evolving is also about preserving through the hard times & facing setbacks.
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Stefan Heineken Nov 17
Strong people don't put others down. They lift them up.
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Ardis McD Nov 17
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Great Traits Nov 16
The small incremental steps eventually add up to make the big difference. The accumulation of these small successes lead to outstanding results.
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Special Olympics Nov 15
. is investing in the dreams of athletes like David! For every RT his photo gets, they will donate $1!
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Great Traits Nov 15
When you have a small success, the bar can be raised a bit higher the next day, & then the next day & so on.
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Great Traits Nov 14
What you do today impacts what you are able to do tomorrow.
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Great Traits Nov 12
Welcomed by and Victoria at their amazing Mad Maples Inn.
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Great Traits Nov 12
"Whether you're trying to learn in hockey or trying to learn in life, I've always tried to be observant and tried to learn more, tried to evolve, whether it's as a hockey player or as a person. With each year, I try to do that." - Sidney Crosby
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Great Traits Nov 10
The small wins you have with those you are leading fuels their belief in themselves & what they are part of, which makes it possible to achieve better results.
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