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Gail Angelo 11h
South Africans call it "ubuntu", or "I see you". Are you "seeing" those you are ?
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EDI Lead It & Live It 17h
Not looking forward to today's dessert. Eek!
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DePauw Alumni 15h
The Agricultural History Society names its national teaching award in honor of James C. Giesen '95, the organization's newest (and youngest) fellow.
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Cloudway Consulting Jun 24
Cloudway adds one more Ariba Go-Live to its success records. one of the giant in textile industries. We are thankful to team Bhilosa for their continuous support in the entire journey.
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SHRM Global 5h
HR Leaders from around the World meet with Greg Vines Deputy Director-General for Management & Reform at Annual Conference and Exposition!
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7 Lenses 7h
Ethically and The Control Trap
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CaddiePlayer 11h
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Ruchika Pahwa✍️ Jun 22
Not many are leaders in this world! While they act bosses, you be the leader. Rise n shine✨ (book link in my bio)
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Scott Reib 8h
Hey! As the work day is coming closer to an end, check it out! I released a new podcast with my new friend, Shmuel Septimus. Great guy! Great podcast! Check it out!
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Michelle Jager 6h
asks HR professionals, “How would you feel if employees wanted to be paid in cryptocurrency?”
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Lolly Daskal 12h
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Sarah Fountain Jun 18
Learning in the sunshine v ...... what’s the difference?
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Nicola M Landy Jun 22
not - remember that for next time
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Jareth Jun 16
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Scott Gaddis 7h
Totally pumped to share my latest article "Flip the Leadership Pyramid, and Reap Organizational Rewards" Regardless of your title or position, if you lead people or want to lead them, take time to read my thoughts.
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Greg Hawks Jun 18
This week I consider like a guide. It's unconventional, yet effective. Sitting in the back of the raft positions a guide to exhibit four characteristics that will make you better as a leader!
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Curious Markings Co. 7h
Replying to @AlanSee
Leadership is only the beginning. Perhaps you chose this marking in some way. Now is the time.
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OSOOL | أصـول للتدريب والاستشارات 19h
OSOOL for Training & Consulting Leading and Developing Others Muscat-oman 25-26/6/2019
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Ibraheem Onaneye Jun 23
Nubi Taiwo has improved significantly over the past eight months in his academics. He has read four story books this term and willing to read more. His strength is curiosity to learn and deep interest in learning.
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Concord Leadership Jun 16
“The challenge of leadership is to be strong, but not rude; be kind, but not weak; be bold, but not a bully; be thoughtful, but not lazy; be humble, but not timid; be proud, but not arrogant; have humor, but without folly.” – Jim Rohn
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