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Zen Proverbs Sep 12
"If you want to lead them you must place yourself behind them." — Lao Tzu, Tao Te Ching | |
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ᑭOᗯEᖇOᑭEᗪIᗩ 🆕️ Sep 13
Never reveal the purpose behind your actions. The less people understand you the better. If they are not clear about your intentions they won't sabotage your plans. Protected with veil of darkness the man of power is always one step ahead of enemies.
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Greg Sederberg Sep 12
What aspects make the biggest difference in being a leader as opposed to a boss?
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Mark C. Crowley Sep 13
As managers, we've been taught to spot all the weaknesses in people with a goal of fixing them. But those leaders who inspire & draw out the most from their employees intentionally honor & call out their strengths.
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Leaders Sep 12
Be a mentor, not a boss. Be a teacher. Be a great leader. Serve others, lead by example.
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Adriaan Groenewald Sep 12
I do believe that when you remain calm during tremendously pressurized situations, while giving your best, trusting the solution will come, then incredible powers beyond your own are unleashed. But it is a difficult “skill” to learn.
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Coach Tom Yashinsky Sep 13
A tradition the past 3 years is our guys hold the doors open for students on game day. i forgot to remind them because of storms. I panicked this morning thinking they would forget. My seniors though, didn't forget and were leading the charge this morning.
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Mark C. Crowley 13h
"As I grow older, I pay less attention to what people say. I just watch what they do.” ~ Andrew Carnegie RT
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World Economic Forum Sep 14
How soft skills training can make you more successful
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• S I D R A • Sep 13
Off to USA for a leadership program. Looking forward to represent my Pakistan and My sindh the best way at the various meetings. women leadership, foreign affairs and global peacea re the thematic areas.
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Leaders 8h
A true leader is one who is humble enough to admit their mistakes.
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Steve Gutzler Sep 14
Emotionally intelligent leaders possess excellent people skills > and a genuine concern for others. They take time to understand people, and make positive interactions a primary goal.
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Chris Wardle Sep 13
Our messages are clear. Our expectations are HIGH.
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Mark C. Crowley Sep 14
No At The Top? Research shows that high-power people tend to be less sensitive to the feelings of people around them. As power increases, compassion declines.
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Rajita Bagga Sep 14
Join me today Saturday 14th Sept 9.30 pm IST to talk about how to build a strong “Balance Sheet of Life”! What are qualities required for successful ? What are the real assets of life? How to earn them ? And more! Look forward to meeting you online
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Mark C. Crowley 10h
5 Yrs ago, Microsoft was headed to irrelevance like Yahoo, Blackberry & AOL. Now it’s the world’s most valuable company! My new podcast guest, London School's Herminia Ibarra, brilliantly explains why Satya Nadella is a genius.
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Sindhu Gangadharan Sep 12
People who can execute a ‘leadershift’ have open minds; they love change, innovation, new ideas, options and creativity.
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Jason Walker Sep 12
Your wisdom, not your age, is what matters in . Age only matters if you're cheese or wine.
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Jason Walker 20h
Giving specific direction is not micro-management when it's needed and warranted!
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Bruce Van Horn Sep 13
"I was wrong," builds more respect than, "I told you so." - Dan Rockwell
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