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Mark C. Crowley 10h
A leader's job isn't to be the smartest person in the room, to solve all the problems or have all the ideas. Instead, their job is to define what success looks like & then support the people they've hired to find & implement the solutions.
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Adambrown16 6h
Had an amazing morning teaching leadership to 22 Engr Regts LCpls and Sappers. I say teaching they did all the work.
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World Economic Forum Nov 11
12 ways to get smarter – in one chart
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Jeff Egberts 8m
You know that diversity is good for business. But how diverse is your organization? Here are four tips to drive diversity and inclusion at your workplace.
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Anne-Maria Yritys 5m
"Once you choose hope, everything is possible". ~Christopher Reeve
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Hayley Dunn 4h
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Emma Watford 26s
Great session with teacher-leader colleagues today, discussing , culture and climate in our setting, prompted by this gem from
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Chimezie Marcellinus 6h
Until you're the one in front, you may not understand how hard it is to lead the way.
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Anne-Maria Yritys 2m
Why should you take calculated risks? Learn more here:
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Mike Gilmour Nov 10
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Chris Woods 3h
Is this too much to ask for?
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Alvaro Camarena 48m
A privilege to serve as co-sponsor of the ExSellerate Americas Program with and other wonderful leaders at . Always glad to contribute to the company’s talent development, while learning from such a great group!
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Mike Díaz 6h
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Business Insider AUS 45s
: The pilot who managed the crisis on QF32, , talks about handling pressure, "failing well", and learning resilience
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Sebastien & Liz Richard 11h
Beware! Do not be afraid and don't listen to negative criticism. ,
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Mike Nicely 2h
Sadly I see this far too often; things don’t change just because we want them to. Sometimes it takes a lot of sweat, dedication, sacrifice and faith. Having some luck and some encouragement doesn’t hurt either. Don’t just gripe about status quo. Do something about it.
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Steven Lee 11m
Chaos pilots' are able to drive a team forward even as the environment around them fluctuates
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Onfirewrx Nov 11
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Melita Varga 3m
presents: Stories from the Executive Suite ~ Looking forward to this!
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Iris Wedepohl Nov 10
Last day of discussing and at the beautiful with
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