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I believe clarity is the most important trait for leadership. Leaders might not know the exact answers, but they should be clear in the direction they want to go and their intentions. Clarity goes two ways for me: outward, as in knowing what we are we trying to do, and inward, as in how do I get the people working for/with me to understand where we’re going.

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Heather Fullerton
CEO @ MOON TO MARS

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.

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Helene Alonso
Director, Interactive Experience @ The American Museum of Natural History

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

We got rid of meetings before 1:00 PM, and it’s been a huge success,” Lockwood said. “We can be more productive in the morning, be more focused when we do meet and everyone can get out at a decent time. Open seating has also been a benefit, so teams can talk about the work as the day goes on and minimize the ‘less official’ meetings.

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Kevin Lockwood
Director of Experience Design @ Huge

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.

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Ozioma Egwuonwu
Founder (Strategist, Consultant, Speaker) @ BurnBright

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