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Leading can be lonely and it’s tempting to just be satisfied with status quo and failing to act when in a tough spot. I’ve found on a number of times, that action or agency, even with imperfect is better than inaction.

An example of this is based on an anecdote about a Hungarian reconnaissance unit lost in the Alps. In the poem, the soldiers faced an icy death, until their leader found a map which he used to lead the platoon to safety. On their return, however, it was found that the map was not of the Alps but of the Pyrenees.

#any level #ambivert #strategy #leadership skills
Peter Espersen
Managing Partner @ Watershed

If you are a manager or not, you should always ask for feedback and really reflect on it to create change and progress.

#mid-level professional #ambivert #advertising #team work
Anastasia Sorokina
@ Sapient Razorfish

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

Working as a junior, but being billed as a senior? Find out, then get paid at your billings rate.

#mid-level professional #advertising #salary negotiation skills
Ali Hanan
CEO @ Creative Equals

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.

#senior level professional #extrovert #advertising #leadership skills
Ale Lariu
Co-Founder @ SheSays

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