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I spent a long time trying to be a type of leader that I thought I should be or the type of leader people expected of me. I finally said I have to be who I am, even though that’s quite different from the old idea of a leader. There is no one right kind of leadership; you pick the right leadership for you and the situation you’re in. Although you might have to adjust who you are in certain situations or talking to different people, everyone has to do that. Feel comfortable with who you are and how you approach the work you want to do, don’t try to be something else.

#senior level professional #ambivert #all Industries #leadership skills
Heather Fullerton
CEO @ MOON TO MARS

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As a creative and as a leader, I believe it’s critically important to move towards the thing that makes you the most uncomfortable. From a creative standpoint, the path of least resistance isn’t synonymous with the best creative. Do something that scares the shit out of you in every single project.

#senior level professional #ambivert #advertising #leadership skills
Sarah Liebowitz
ACD @ FCB/Area23

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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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Believe in creating real change in your business and further, the world. Think about “what change will you create in the world?" This is work that requires a real sense of ambition, fearlessness, comfort with ambiguity and the unknown, but you can always be the part of the change that transforms organizations, societies, and people. Personally, I’m a huge believer in envisioning and writing down on paper what you want.

#mid-level professional #extrovert #all Industries #leadership skills
Jessica Tillyer
Managing Creative Director @ SYPartners

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Know yourself inside and out. What do you want? What do you like? What do you want to be like? Self reflection is a key to understanding the answers to each of these questions, and being meticulous in self reflection will help you to present yourself as the person you want to be perceived as.

#any level #ambivert #experience #interviewing skills
Dana Siomkos
Owner and Talent Scout @ You & Them

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