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When trying something new or different, check to see if your grounds are covered. Do you have mentors or partners to support me if this falls out? Remember to check your own ego. Are you really the right person to do that? Are you really in a position to dip your current role? Are you the right vehicle for that idea? Or does it just sound nice for you to do that thing? Be sure to check yourself and be comfortable with your answers.

#mid-level professional #introvert #all Industries #interviewing skills #leadership skills #team work
Anonymous

Highly performing teams are aligned. When you start a project use an 'even-over' tool to help prioritize work and make sure everyone is working towards the same goal. List every goal of the project and get agreement which one should come to the top by saying "goal X even over goal Y".

#senior level professional #extrovert #all Industries #team work
Bree Groff

Creative Directors, don't over-explain your creatives' point during a pitch or client meeting. If you brought them to the meeting it's because you thought they could articulate the work themselves. Also, there's no need for 5 people to answer the same client question. Clients hate that. Fact.

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Ale Lariu
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The quality of the creative output from your team cannot be the only thing you care about. You have to care about your team. The sooner you realize they don’t work for you, you work for them - the better the work will be.

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Ale Lariu
Co-Founder @ SheSays

‘Cultural fit’ is the term people use to justify hiring white men. At Greater Good, we’ve counteracted that thinking by asking what candidates are looking for that represent their culture.

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