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As leaders, one of the largest gifts you can give yourself is to slow down. Slow down and listen to yourself. Listen to your body. If you are tired, your team is tired. If you are confused, your team is confused. If you are inspired, your team will be too. If you are clear on the direction, so is your team. With the simple act of slowing down, your impact will transform from unintentional to intentional.

#senior level professional #ambivert #all Industries #leadership skills
Kimberly Penharlow
Leadership Coach & Organizational Development Expert @ Kimberly Penharlow Consulting

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The beauty of coming together as a team is that it gives each person an opportunity to expand beyond their individual role. The art comes in getting everyone excited about a new possibility and then making it fun (and safe) to explore the edges of both individual contribution and what you are collectively dreaming about. Be generous. Who you are being in the room is really important. I like to think of my role as holding space for everyone to feel welcome and for a bit of magic to happen.

#any level #introvert #all Industries #design #experience #film & photography #strategy #leadership skills #team work
patricia garcia-gomez
Founder @ Studio P

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As a leader, you are the one in charge of giving your team direction to where you’re heading and to steer them forward. But sometimes, my team takes lead and will steer the project a different way, and it’s oftentimes for the better. My role as a leader is to identify the best idea and to foster an idea to make it happen regardless of who’s idea it was.

#senior level professional #extrovert #all Industries #leadership skills
Helene Alonso
Director, Interactive Experience @ The American Museum of Natural History

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Never underestimate the power of interview preparation.
1. Read up about the agency you're interviewing for - any previous work they've done - and have an opinion about it.
2. Know your own portfolio inside out.
3. Prepare a set of questions to show your interest - who they are inspired by, what culture they have at the agency or what vision they have for the company.

#entry level professional #ambivert #advertising #all Industries #strategy #interviewing skills
Madelaine Gnewski
Content Creative @ McCANN

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Most of the diversity and inclusion programs never last because creating diversity is changing human behavior - it comes in stages and needs a systemic approach. First, you need to get everyone on board, from leadership to interns. Then you have to make it part of the fabric of the company, not an extracurricular activity.

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Tiffany Edwards
Engagement & Inclusion Director @ Droga5

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