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Michael Chaffee 18m
Compassion is so crucial to a great leader. Throughout history you will see that many of the great leaders, especially those transformational ones, showed compassion. They were not indecisive or weak. Compassion shows a strength that many don't possess.
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Dr.Debbie Almontaser May 22
This picture of gave me goosebumps! Never in my wildest dreams did I think I’d ever see a black, refugee Muslim woman presiding over the House Floor!
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Sam Peters author 6h
There are many leadership qualities that we can aspire to. I can think of none greater than integrity.
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Dr. Kevin Daniel 7h
Level-Five leaders demonstrate personal humility and yet have professional will. They are courteous, kind, compassionate and are inclusive as leaders. Great information is rarely outdated information.
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Keith Burton May 22
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William Mapes 3h
Replying to @chrismccarthyvt
We're grateful for you, Chris.
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Hardy Pemhiwa 7h
The most disagreeable people are those who often come to regard the success of others as a kind of personal offence. They cannot bear to hear another praised. They may pardon a man's failures, but cannot forgive his doing a thing better than they can do.
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Yochanan (John) May 19
Stop complaining about things you're not willing to change!
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DeEtta M. Jones 10h
Passion helps your work. Harvard business professor Rosabeth M. Kanter has said: “Leaders who create extraordinary new possibilities are passionate about their mission and tenacious in pursuit of it.”
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John R Lassiter 23h
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The Virtuous Man 19h
Becoming the Right Kind of Leader pt. 2 via
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Steve Harmon May 23
Henry Ford said, “Thinking is the hardest work there is, which is the probable reason why so few engage in it.” I still marvel that people spend so little time thinking about retirement.
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Jeffrey Cufaude 3h
Be careful. A productive routine that overstays its welcome often turns into ...
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PBL Jill May 21
Having the admin team participate in learning helps professional development take root in a district plan.
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Bruce H. Craven 4h
We wrapped a demanding, rewarding, ambitious month!
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Dr. Kevin Daniel 7h
Leaders always take more than their fair share of the blame when things don’t go well and give credit to others when things do go well. Characteristics of a level five leader per Jim Collins.
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Artina Dozier May 23
Replying to @BarackObama
So much love here...and so genuine.
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MPS Superintendent May 23
...And just like that the class of 2020 ascends to the leadership of our schools. I have high hopes for you. A year from now I wonder what will be your legacy? Time to get to work!
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Copywriter May 23
Wolves evading foes And herding sheep dressed as wolves Soon convert to sheep.
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Eder Joseph "EJ" May 24
At PTHS JROTC Change of Command Ceremony. Congrats to the new Battalion Company Commander, Gabby Dixon.
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