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- Is It Really Gossip By Luke Crane
Gossip is when you have a malice of intent or mindless, third-party conversation to someone about someone, something you haven’t said to that someone. .... beacon of truth, not a holder of secrets.
To avoid the chance of gossiping when you have a problem with someone, be an adult, and go to them first.
- Values Over Morals By Luke Crane
"Values are the qualities of a life lived fully from the inside out." — Laura Witworth
Values Are Not Morals
When I told my wife about this .... negatively) toward an action or someone, take a moment to see if that is because of one of your values. If you don’t find one, consider adding one to your list.
- Are You Giving Credit To The Thunder Or The Lightning By Luke Crane
The thunder is good, the thunder is impressive; but it is lighting that does the work.
— Mark Twain
When you were a kid, were you afraid of thunder .... giving credit to the wrong person?
Do you like the spotlight a little too much?
Write out 3 people you can give credit to this week and go do it!
- Spartan Creed for every Deed By Randy Gonzalez
Spartan creed for every deed suggests the duty, discipline and devotion for the ultimate quest of the personal mission. For an ethical framework by which .... Personal liberation is a work relentless work in progress to ascend to higher realms of psychophysical enhancement. It is an ascended quest for enlightenment.
- Use the power of emotional ownership to get more stuff done. By Jeff Moore
I remember the first time I worked in corporate America. I was hanging out with people who were simply there because they had nothing better to do after .... time until you achieve the victory you are capable of achieving.
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- Challenging "It's Not My Job" By Luke Crane
That’s not my job
— People who don't get it
On some level… it is not completely their fault. I know what you are thinking. YES IT IS! They are .... road. If they say "nothing, it just isn’t my job," then ask if you can give them some feedback. Follow up with gracious yet direct observations.
- Leadership is a learnable skill - recruit supervisors for attitude By Denis Becker
Have you ever struggled to identify suitable internal candidates for first-line leadership positions? Have you promoted great operators that subsequently .... a process that must be well designed, standardised and continuously improved to get the best out of our supervisors and to optimise operating results.
- From Getting Stars to Getting Them By Luke Crane
Being a leader is sacrificial... it will cost you.
In 1955, the first polio vaccine was introduced at a large press conference by Jonas Salk. He was .... handshakes when someone gets something right.
Over time, being a star giver feels much better than being a star getter. When your team wins… you win!
- Emotional Bank Accounts By Luke Crane
No doubt emotional intelligence is more rare than book smarts, but my experience says it is actually more important in the making of a leader. You just .... show interest in their solution, you actually add to their account.
Start immediately on the repair. When they see action, they will know you mean it.
- Raise Your Leadership Ceiling By Luke Crane
Anyone can steer the ship, it takes a leader to chart the course.— John Maxwell
When I think about leadership, I think about satellites. At any given .... release your people, you will begin to operate at new levels. You can see things others don’t. You can chart the course for new and innovative projects.
- Weaknesses Aren't Strengths By Luke Crane
I had two different passions in high school, football and marching band. More specifically drumline. Now if you know anything about football .... if I enjoy them. If I have a knack for them. If I think I could enjoy them in the future. Don’t be afraid to try something new to find more strengths!
- Progress Not Perfection By Luke Crane
Without continual growth and progress, such words as improvement, achievement, and success have no meaning.
— Benjamin Franklin
Consider this scenario .... memory. Just because someone’s work did not meet your expectations does not mean they will ALWAYS fall short. Remember that we all learn from our mistakes.
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