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Claudio Toyama 6m
“Constant change can feel a lot like entering a roundabout and getting stuck in a circle with no clear way of getting out.”
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Claudio Toyama 4h
“Being a leader, at its core, is about how we show up each day to work with the people in our charge.”
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Claudio Toyama 7h
“Retreating to your comfort zone is not an effective leadership strategy.”
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Claudio Toyama 21h
“Rather than seeing your team as an obstacle to solving problems you have tackled on your own in the past, see it instead as a vehicle for making new discoveries and successfully tackling even bigger challenges.”
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Claudio Toyama Nov 16
“Combining the three 'forces' of the Samurai Samba Vinci Way allows us to work with change instead of against it, opening new opportunities for ourselves and the projects we hold dear.”
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Claudio Toyama Nov 15
“A team exists because you cannot handle everything all by yourself.”
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Claudio Toyama Nov 16
“The best leadership development solution involves a combination of training, reading materials, executive coaching and mentoring.”
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Claudio Toyama Nov 16
“Is there anything really holding us back from being the leaders we are meant to be?” Dr. John C. Mather
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Claudio Toyama 10h
“We all possess a wide diversity of thought and feeling. Some of us are visionary...while others are all about people. This array of perspectives adds luster and shine to a world that can, at times, be tarnished.” Dr. John C. Mather Prize
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Claudio Toyama Nov 14
“Being a leader is more than just a title, or the clothes we wear, or the contracts we close.”
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Claudio Toyama Nov 16
“The skills that made us great subject matter experts are not the skills that make us great in a promoted position.”
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Claudio Toyama Nov 15
“The ultimate leader in the 21st century will draw on all three personas of the Samurai, Samba and Vinci.”
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Claudio Toyama Nov 15
“In a world that seems to be full of competition, combat, and winner-take-all rewards for bad behavior, how can we sense our place and our possibilities to ask for what we really want?” Dr. John C. Mather
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Claudio Toyama Nov 10
“Unless we are willing to go through that initial awkward stage of becoming a leader, we can’t grow.”
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Claudio Toyama Nov 10
“No matter how uncertain things feel around you, you can always access your internal compass to know what your next move needs to be.”
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Claudio Toyama Nov 10
“Real leadership change is possible, but it’s not a quick fix. It requires a new model.”
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