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World Economic Forum Sep 20
Your attitude is more important than your IQ. Here's why
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Mark C. Crowley 4h
CNBC says a whopping 81% of job applicants lie during interviews. To weed out the non-truth tellers, Elon Musk asks people "What were the most difficult problems you faced & how did you solve them?" it shows whether they really did solve the problem or if others did.
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Lolly Daskal 1h
Without life’s struggles, we cannot grow into the person that we are meant to become. ~
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Dave Ulrich 23h
Good leaders move quickly and are thoughtful. They know when to be bold and aggressive and yet do so with patience.
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Cindy Locher 5m
The most powerful weapon on earth is the human soul on fire. - Field Marshal Ferdinand Foch
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Fisher Leadership Initiative 40m
Former Ohio State football player discusses principled and tough choices. See more videos from him and other leaders at
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Lolly Daskal 10h
It takes some courage to stand up and speak; it takes even more courage to open your mind and listen. ~
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Mark C. Crowley 3h
If you hire talented, self-driven people, & you train them thoroughly, you can relax about what time they arrive at work or leave at night. Hold them accountable for results & leave the control to them.
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TEB Healthcare Consulting, Inc. 3h
Please Retweet Change Your Mind, Change Your Life *FREE Consultation* Top Life & Business Coach - Healthcare Project Manager - Hospital CEO
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Tony Robbins 19h
It’s not your job title that allows for great . It’s the commitment to creating positive change in yourself and in others.
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Gordon Tredgold 24m
Leaders Never Stop Learning. - Gordon TredGold
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Lolly Daskal 24m
To have beautiful relationships, begins by having an honest relationship with yourself. ~
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Bruce Van Horn 16h
Give someone the gift of simply listening to them!
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Mark C. Crowley 4h
Tell your employees where they stand. If people go too long without hearing how they're performing from their boss, it's human nature to worry that they're not. So never let your employees wonder how you feel about them -- especially when they're doing great.
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Scott Cochrane Sep 20
Your leadership credibility takes a huge hit if you develop a reputation as a complainer.
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✨JennyTheM©✨❤️✒️ENFP-T 7h
- my ideas - all managers with a midwifery qualification should be ready to roll their sleeves up and work clinically when staffing is low -
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Carrie Hassberger 20h
We clean up pretty good. OAPC Honours and Awards Gala.
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Building Trust 5m
That’s a wrap! Building Trust wrapped up our summer series with the leadership this week. Great topics such as accountability, conflict resolution, and decision making. Thanks for the opportunity. Excellent work, leaders!
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Joe Sanfelippo Sep 20
Words matter. Kids see EVERYTHING. Be intentional about every interaction. Cool slide from @davewebermotivation
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Nico Esterhuizen 6h
, transparent and strong is the nr. 1 scare skill of today.
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