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Joe Bennett

Self-Pity - 4 views

Self-pity imprisons us in the walls of our own self-absorption. The whole world shrinks down to the size of our problem, and the more we dwell on it, the smaller we are and the larger the problem s...

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Joe Bennett

Coaching leaders in self-awareness to boost teamwork - The Nation - 3 views

    From my point of view, we tend to go astray when developing leaders by often jumping to the desirable or corrective action too early without inviting those leaders to look at the situation with different understanding, perspective and interpretation. In other words, we are not trying to shift the way they think prior to changing the way they do.
Stephanie Meerschaert

8 Reasons Time Spent Alone Is the Greatest Gift You Can Give Yourself - 5 views

    If you work your self-sufficiency muscle, you'll learn that you can withstand almost anything. Your powers of observation will become almost superhuman. No longer will you feel trapped in a life you hate. And you'll have a new soul mate at the end of the journey-you.
    LOVE this!
Joe Bennett

Optimizing Leader and Team Potential - 2 views

    One of the questions leaders need to consider is why they spend or need to spend a significant amount of time correcting others? Wouldn't the time spent correcting others be more productively utilized if our direct reports were to correct themselves? The answer is a big YES!
Doug George

Does your job match your personality? | Big Think - 2 views

    "Your personality will partially determine how good you are at your job, especially if you have a complex job that requires more than rote behavior. So are you and your job a good fit? If you're a creative person who is open to trying new things-openness being one of the Big Five personality traits-you're more likely to succeed at jobs that require novel solutions over efficient ones. On the other hand, if you're conscientious-another Big Five personality trait-you're likely to be better off in a management or administrative position."
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