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Publicly and Privately Supportive

Teams should have a diversity of opinions and personalities. Diverse teams will disagree at times. It’s important, for the unity of the team, that everyone understands that it’s good to voice opinions and disagree, but once a decision is made, everyone must be both privately and publicly supportive of the direction the team ultimately chose. 22 more words

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A Different View

When it comes to sports, my all time favorite is volleyball; playing volleyball has always been a source of joy for me. Unfortunately, about three weeks ago, I jumped up to celebrate with my team during the game and landed sideways on my foot. 175 more words

All Eyes On Me

My low expectation of someone is revealed when I never ask them to do anything above and beyond. What I am saying is I am the only one capable of such effort and that it is morally wrong to ask so much of someone else. 44 more words

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What the ask reveals...

Asking someone to do something is leadership at its most basic level. How a leader asks something from somebody gives a lot of insight into that leader as a person. 31 more words

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Pundit Claims Key Liverpool Defender Is Being Let Down by His Teammates

​BBC pundit Garth Crooks has hit out at the Liverpool defence claiming they are letting down one key member of the back line.

Liverpool followed up their 2-2 draw with Sevilla in the opening night of the Champions League with a 1-1 home draw against Burnley, in a game where Liverpool couldn’t convert more than one of their 35 shots they had. 342 more words

Overcoming Doubt

Most individuals that leaders have their eye on to develop into leaders do not think they are ready for the responsibility. This will be something that every developer of leaders has to learn to overcome. 28 more words

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When am I ready?

Does sitting through a training really get you as ready as two days on the job? Of course not. The truth is that we are never really ready for any task. 48 more words

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