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The way in which ideas come to life is from having so many people involved in everything we do so much so, that the notion of the singular leader who knows it all and has is it all figured out is dwindling. Instead, what’s emerging are leaders who’re able to hold their vision and see other people's talents to which they can extract to the fullest.

#mid-level professional #ambivert #advertising #strategy #leadership skills
Ozioma Egwuonwu
Founder (Strategist, Consultant, Speaker) @ BurnBright

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Highly performing teams create a 'psychologically safe' environment. That means people feel safe to disagree with each other.

#mid-level professional #introvert #all Industries #team work
Bree Groff

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Great presenters always do these 5 things:

1. Consider their audience - great presenters determine who they are talking to and how much they know about the subject to establish the purpose of the presentation.

2. Organize their thoughts - they focus on delivering three main ideas that begin with a solid opening and end with a strong close, including a call to action.

3. Channel positive energy - they maintain an open and confident body posture, use gestures to emphasize their points and show enthusiasm with facial expressions.

4. Connect and engage with listeners - they use eye contact to keep listeners engaged and to maintain a conversational feel.

5. Practice constantly - they are familiar with concepts to ensure a smoother delivery and focus on being themselves while getting they ideas across.

#mid-level professional #extrovert #all Industries #presentation skills
Jocelin Martinez
Founder @ Jocelin Martinez Communications Training

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Women generally have good intuition so go with your gut. Be clear on what your skillsets are and what you want to pursue in your career. Make yourself able to stay at the table and continue being a great advocate of yourself.

#any level #ambivert #all Industries #salary negotiation skills
Rachel Conlan
Global Brand Partnerships Sports @ CAA (Creative Artists Agency)

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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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