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As a leader, face the tough, uncomfortable decisions head on. If there is a conversation you need to have with someone about work that isn’t up to par, do it right away. Address issues in real time. You’ll be respected for candor, and for real time problem solving.

#senior level professional #introvert #strategy #leadership skills
Sarah Liebowitz
ACD @ FCB/Area23

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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 whose 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 use the sentiment of "how much a company has done for you" when making important decisions (e.g. asking for a promotion, leaving the company, etc.). Anything an employer does for you is a direct reflection of your contributions. If they've been good to you it's because YOU earned it. Remember that.

#any level #ambivert #advertising #all Industries #salary negotiation skills
Anonymous @ Wire Stone - Accenture Interactive

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Find your quiet so that you can find what you really want. Personally, I like to try things and jump right in but that's what speaks to me. What's most important is to remember that things are not forever, and so you must not be burdened with commitment or feel anxious about trying something different.

#any level #extrovert #all Industries #leadership skills
Carolyn Centeno
Founder @ The We Age

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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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