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Allison Guthrie Jul 12
Recipe for mediocrity: when a leader allows himself to become the reality that his ppl worry about (rather than reality itself)
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Robert Nachtman Jul 14
Great way to start a de-load after max testing and summer session lifts/classes! Only 17 days till report day, and 47 days till game one!
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Katy Roede 2h
Reading Good to Great for our leadership book study. I read this many years ago as a baby principal. I love reading my notes and how much I’ve grown. This quote continues to resonate.
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Max Hill Jul 14
Really excited about the 2018 football season, this is a special group of guys with high energy, work ethic, and will do anything to win! August 17th can’t come soon enough!
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Max Hill Jul 12
I had a great time competing at Ryle this morning against surrounding linemen!
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Fatimah 9h
"People are your most important asset " turns out to be wrong .... The right people are .
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Liz Richey Jul 13
Today the leadership team at HSD worked with the to develop a strategic plan for the 2018-19 year.
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Marcus Rimboch Jul 11
To grow as an athlete you must learn from the past without dwelling it. The film from last night is a perfect opportunity for you to do just that. Know your struggles and your strengths so when your coach refers to them you know EXACTLY, what they’re talking about.
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Beau Carmon Jul 8
Hope everyone had a great week off. Reminder of the schedule change tomorrow. We are having a team camp from 6-9 at the stadium. Can’t wait to get going again.
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Matt Altobello Jul 10
Reminder that Love Clinic will be offering free physicals tomorrow July 11th starting at 4:00 P.M. The athletes must have a new physical form on file with us to start practice on July 30th.
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Darren Murray Jul 13
“When you put these two complementary forces together - a culture of discipline with an ethic of entrepreneurship - you get a magical alchemy of superior performance and sustained results” - Jim Collins
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Taft Lacrosse Jul 12
Hats off to Owen Roegge ‘19, Peter Kenerson ‘19 and Jack Archie ‘20 for solid showings and all-star game appearances at this past week! 🦏🔴🦏🔴
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Zoé Bélisle-Springer Jul 12
chapter 2 findings & concepts that caught my attention: - the level 5 hierarchy (leadership pyramid) - a level 5 leaders’ ambition is first and foremost for the institution, not themselves
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Sanjitha Jul 15
If you can not be the best in the world at your core business, then your core business absolutely cannot form the basis of a great company. - good to great
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Liz Suarez Jul 12
Look at innovator and general rockstar, Mica Carter, being famous at the .
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Joseph Villalpando Jul 12
Who on here is a Level 5 leader? 🧠📖
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Darren Murray Jul 15
“Much of the answer to the question “good to great” lies in the discipline to do whatever it takes to become the best within carefully selected arenas and then to seek continual improvement from there”
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Consumer Goods Club 20m
Reading Tip Of The Week - "Good To Great" A true classic and must read. More here:  
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Mike Deines 5h
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debtline 8h
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