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Fresh update on "team leader" discussed on  Business Rockstars

Business Rockstars

00:31 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "team leader" discussed on Business Rockstars

"Yes. Nice to see you again. Yeah, your story because you basically stumbled into Entrepreneurship. I mean business background. But tell me how you came up with the idea specifically from Pel Vice. Yeah, so I think like a lot of entrepreneurs. I came into a situation where I had a problem, and there wasn't a solution for it. And so I created the solution. I think that's a common theme with a lot of people tell us that you're so my father. Yes, And my problem was I was the pain and mismanagement of the damages is caused by childbirth. I was an athlete in high school and college. So I didn't have an MD. I have an MBA, but I was instantly aware of how to treat soft tissue Skeletal, you know, Sprain strains damage because of my background as an athlete, and so after the birth of my second child, Maxwell, I couldn't believe that there wasn't anything out there for the trauma that you experienced your pelvis after childbirth really is like an injury. It's a major entry, actually their studies from University of Michigan and have memory and women recently and shown that there's more Dan Image than consecutive marathon runs for most women, So it's it's significant rising when you really think skinny mom in their legs. Yeah, like we know yet it's still an underserved market is kind of ignored after the mom goes first to the baby. All the attention goes on the baby, right. It's true. It's true, and I think, because it is a very intimate part of her body. People don't talk about it there if they feel like they shouldn't talk about it or or just walking off. That's what it's supposed to be, and doesn't have to be That way. You wouldn't tell an athlete on the basketball court. Oh, just walk off that knee sprain, You know, get back in there. There should be no badge of honor for suffering when you don't have to. Yes, Obviously you knew that there was a need for this. But what made you go? I'm actually going to turn this into a business and do something about it. Sure. Well, once I had prototypes, and you know, it took a while going back and forth with a factory that helps me put this all together. I made about 150 of them, and I gave him the real people. And you know I didn't need one anymore. But I gave it to people who are going to need it. And I That really amazing feedback from them to test it out. First tested really wasn't me. Chili was spoke to doctors and other professionals in the health care industry about it as well. But I really think that the Light bulb went on for me like, Wow, This could be a really big business was when I learned from the people that I gave that first version, too, you know, And it's changed a little bit since then. But it was that was the kind of lucky Yeah, and I'm sure this was totally new territory, creating a product for you. So how did you educate yourself? Sure. So, yeah, completely. You know, outside of my field and worked in real estate hospitality on you know that type of worlds background in business, but not officially operation. Finance Eso, You know, I went back to my network always recommend, not entrepreneurs. I think you need thio. Think about what you're re sources are so for me. It was my USC business school and the other schools at USC. So like I work with Tech, I've worked with engineering school motor be. There's some incubators there, and I just really reached out to my network linked into Lincoln's been very helpful for me When I have an issue with something I sometimes posted, and I get a lot of feedback, so I think people just ask for help. Oh, no, absolutely think you must ask. Yeah. You absolutely must ask for help. Because you also learn about things that you never even knew existed. Or And most people I find are very willing to help because they don't want you to make a mistake that they made. I think that most people are like that. I really do. Yeah. So how do you stay? Organized prayer. Mama wife, Right where a lot of I do. I wear a lot of hats. I'm a list lady, like the list like the physical list, too. I'm a big like to put the line through it. You know, it's not good on I've had. I have lots of wait for it in my office. Of course, I have spreadsheets and charts and those type of things as well. But that's that's what keeps me organized and my little calendar that sends me reminders as well. Yeah, this's business rock stars were here to inspire, inform and connect a community of entrepreneurs. I'm Alex really joined by Jill Bigelow. She is the CEO and founder. Of hell. Mice. So how would you describe your time management skills? Are you good in that area? Not so good. You know, I am. I've always been very good at that. I went to Cem really competitive schools from a very early age, And you just sort of had to learn that especially being an athlete and a student really ask, feel the balance stuff. But as an adult, I think skill that I've mastered or I'm working on mastering is saying No. Would you describe your leadership style? Well, you know, again, going back to sports. I think that I'm a team leader s O. I don't see myself as sort of the you know the despot sitting at the top yelling, They're definitely not. I think it's you know, you have to lead by example. So I don't tell people what time they come in to work. I don't tell people sort of mean and Leon expectations, I think, but I think they see me. Showing up and doing things and that's what kind of keeps us on the same page, Sam. Yeah, I've been looking to be working with people the kind of the same mentality I don't like having to be looking over my shoulder and I don't like to do. It's something like that. Nobody likes that, right. So, obviously a lot of innovation Dane place in your business because you're creating products that have never been created before. So do you have a process for creativity and coming up with new ideas? Process. I'm not sure you know, with your ideas just in ordinary places. Yeah, I mean, I think I think the process would be you know, identifying the problem and thinking about what That solution would look like going Teo, the stakeholders that would surround that solution. So like, for example, we're working on a technology. That will go well beyond what we're trying to do for postpartum and when actually prevent people from returning to the E R or to re admission, And so you know, my stakeholders are nurses, doctors, the pairs.

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To Control Forest Fires, Western States Light More of Their Own

Leo Laporte

00:36 sec | Last month

To Control Forest Fires, Western States Light More of Their Own

"Firefighters in the Angeles National Forest or using a bunch bunch of of little little fires fires to to contain contain a a big big fire fire that's that's consumed consumed nearly nearly 15,000 15,000 acres acres backfires backfires or or back back burns burns or or used used to to steer steer a a fire fire into into a a containment containment line line or or create create a a firebreak firebreak backing fires. A nice, safe controlled method are consuming fuel. The embers are going back into the burn, so there's no opportunity for re ignition. Jim D'Amico's a strike team leader from Clovis, and says back Burns are a great way to speed up containment. But sometimes that controlled burns Khun get a little out of control. That's why, he says there's always water dropping helicopters

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Extreme Ownership - Jocko Willink

The EntreLeadership Podcast

02:27 min | 2 months ago

Extreme Ownership - Jocko Willink

"I also get this question of you. Know Hey Jaakko. I understand the idea of extreme ownership and I get it and everything, but you know what do I do. What do I do something goes wrong, and it's and it's actually not my fault. What do I do that? And I said wait a second. You're saying you're in charge of a project. Yeah, and some someone on the project makes a mistake. Yeah, and you don't think that's your fault. No, no, no, because I wasn't there when it happened or it was a guy. That's five layers below me in the clan, obviously not my fault. then. These people are obviously missing the entire idea of extreme ownership, because if if I'm the platoon commander and five levels of rank below me in the chain of command, one of the machine gunners shoots his machine gun in the wrong direction. That is absolutely my fault. As a platoon commander, one hundred percent. Why because it means I didn't train that guy properly. It means I didn't screen him properly. It means I didn't educate him on the importance of his field of fire so that he knew that he was shooting in the right direction, it means I didn't talk with his fire team leader and his squad leader, and make sure that he had the instructions that he needed. All those things are my fault. They're not just lip service. They are truly my fault. And what this means is look. If I say hey, machine, her made a mistake, not my problem. Okay well. Who Fixes the problem then? Who Fixes the problem. The machine to machine wanted to make a mistake. He doesn't know what to do so if the machine makes mistakes, that's his fault. What changes no, when I take ownership of it, I say okay, but here's what's going on. Here's what you need to think about before you shoot your weapon. Here's what you need to know about your field of fire. Hey, fire team leader. Here's what you need a brief. Your guys on squad leader. Here's what you need to make sure the team understands and now everyone is taking ownership of that problem, and that's when the problems get solved. Man I feel like this small business owner parallels. There are huge and a lot of times we see it. Come up like we'll get on a coaching call with someone, and they will complain for forty five minutes about this team member, and then the way you sat down all that complaining. Is You just say we'll remind me again? Who hired that person who let that person in the door and it's like so you have a hiring process. Process problem or a training problem but your problem who selected that person who hired that person who trained that person who's keeping that person on board? That's right answering me that Oh. Yeah, that's right. It's you

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Tom Brady leads full-blown workout with Bucs skill players in Tampa

WBZ Afternoon News

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

Tom Brady leads full-blown workout with Bucs skill players in Tampa

"For holding workouts with his new teammates down in Tampa Bay, Florida Despite an ongoing surgeon cases of covert 19 in the Sunshine State, NFL Players Association executive director Demaurice Smith telling USA Today the practices are not in the best interest of player safety. He also says that work Counts being held by Brady heard the union's Corona virus negotiations heading into the season. Now Brady isn't the only team leader holding workout. Seahawks Q. B. Russell Wilson has also been holding similar practice sessions. The Rolling Stones are done with letters asking

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Insane Clown Posse Selling Anti-Confederate Flag Shirts

Charlie Parker

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Insane Clown Posse Selling Anti-Confederate Flag Shirts

"Insane clown posse is selling a new T. shirt it's got a clown on the front holding a burning Confederate flag and on the back F. your rebel flag but the word yes you can get one for twenty five Bucks and I'm like everybody else is selling something somewhere no indication that any of this money is going to terrible it's going but you get a team leader I just say it oh my goodness okay they'll probably make quite a bit of cash

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Steroid hailed as "major breakthrough" in fight against coronavirus

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

Steroid hailed as "major breakthrough" in fight against coronavirus

"Britain researchers have discovered a breakthrough treatment for the worst hit covered patients are commonly prescribed steroid it was just one of a number of pre existing drugs being tested in a global search to see if any might help fight covert nineteen six and if the same is a steroid drunk it's an old drug some people would say it's a very boring truck it's been around for sixty years it's very cheap it costs pennies by team leader Peter Harvey says this boring drug reduces the death rate in the sickest covert patients those on ventilators by thirty five

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Companies Push for Virus Legal Protection, Prompting Worker Concern

Bloomberg Markets

05:05 min | 3 months ago

Companies Push for Virus Legal Protection, Prompting Worker Concern

"Yeah one of the key issues here is that you know as states re open cities reopen is the legal risk for companies as they bring you know their employees back into the office from remote working to get a sense of kind of what the layout looks there on that landscape Eric Larsen from Bloomberg news he's our legal team leader for Bloomberg news Eric thanks so much for joining us here what are some of the issues that companies are kind of you know juggling right now they think about reopening a bring employees back into the office just wanna point out I'm a reporter not that not the team leader but thank you for the quick promotion one of the main issues that of course employers are worried about right now across all industries in whether or not employees are going to get sick on the job a lot of people are you know million they're gonna be required essentially to come back to work in order to keep their job they're gonna be interacting with colleagues that are to be interacting with customers and it's an inevitable that a lot of them are going to get sick the question is what you know happened then are there going to be we're gonna be a flood of workers comp claims could there be lawsuits filed or anything some lawsuits filed so there really could be a waiver of this type of litigation or legal claims and it's that a lot of states run for exactly where it's gonna go yeah and I'm certain that there are many you know lawyers and all shops out there already sort of concocting defenses and and and cases based on this because you know that some of these are going to probably end up at the Supreme Court we don't have much president when it comes to pandemic loaded we are no ineffective the workers comp a system was really what was set up to deal with all all of these types of workers getting sick you know they it was set up about a hundred years ago it's run by state by state basis to really prevent companies from being bankrupted by in a liability claims especially with the the high damages that that one can get in court so really the the system requires most people essentially requires all workers that we first go through workers comp if they are you know if they get sick at work and a lot of those claims may it may end up being denied and if they are denied that's when they'll go to court and it could be pretty hard to prove a negligent in these cases because if you have to convince the judge or jury exactly where you got sick it's going to be pretty hard to do in a lot of cases because you can really catch the virus anywhere on your way to work the kids I mean who can really say that's why the workers comp system which doesn't require you to prove negligence if it is a lot cheaper for employers at the end of the day that just covers lost wages and medical bills so Eric is it safe I guess what kind of it is incumbent upon companies to provide a safe work environment in this New World I eat with shields and you know spacing and all those types of things is that an area where they just they can't they can't cut back they really have to do the right thing as it relates to worker safety I would say that's probably at the point of the employer's mind all across the country right now I'm Dave wants to keep their employees from getting that there's going to be social distancing there's going to be requirements were handled hand washing a lot of employees of course are going to continue to go to work at home I thought possible Hey you know it's the problem is that even if you take all those measures you're going to see that some people are going to get sick but if an employer can show workers comp board of war the judge or jury because the court that they did take reasonable precautions especially those recommended by federal state or local officials that they did the best they could and therefore that negligence issue wouldn't be there and a judge or jury might just say well you know this and you did your best and I could have done it what can you do Eric how much will unions takeover the workers side of things in this you know it it it's hard to say we have seen some union still over a failure and alleged failure to to get clear guidance but still there the union so far going after the the government authorities for not doing enough to tell employers what to do in terms of safety we haven't seen unions filing lawsuits against employers at least not that I've seen yet does seem to be coming from a private plaintiffs law firms and things like that saying that alleging that working conditions are dangerous and can lead to people getting sick the thing is seeing so far Hey Eric thanks so much for joining us we appreciate this is a fascinating issue that I think employers and employees are gonna be dealing with really for the next coming months maybe even years Eric Larson legal reporter for Bloomberg news talking to us about again some of that legal risk for bringing people back to work at that employees and employers in

Women are perceived to become liabilities the moment they become mothers. And that's just not true

Dare I Say

04:44 min | 4 months ago

Women are perceived to become liabilities the moment they become mothers. And that's just not true

"You know I grew up in the Philippines. I had really strong female role models my mother my grandmothers. We had a female President Corazon Aquino when I was growing up and I grew up as an empowered girl you know part of the Ywca of Manila's one of their team leaders. When I was thirteen and a started organizing leadership conferences for girls when I was eighteen and then so when I left the Philippines to come to school I left Venus. This empowered girl and then I went to Mongolia College. Which is the first ever and oldest college for Women in America which has a strong tradition if educating female leaders that would change the world and right out of college and I was working at Goldman Sachs. I was sparked of launching the Investment Banking Women's Network for Goldman and so all of these experiences. Really you know allowed me to appreciate the importance of having strong female role models in women leaders all around. I think there's a surprising number of similarities. I also grew up with a very strong mother. Who set a wonderful example of how to work hard and achieve your dreams but also have a clear opinion and share that I also went to an all women's college so Wellesley and it was a really powerful example for me to see all the leadership roles filled by women because that was just the assumption. Why wouldn't the leadership refilled by a woman? I think couple of differences. I grew up in a lot of other countries. As well you came from the Philippines. I I grew up in China for three years in Japan in Ecuador and France and so seeing gender equality quite differently in all of those countries and comparing that to the United States was a real surprise for me it was it was so different from country to country in China for example. There's a saying that women hold up half the sky and that struck me as clearly women would would have half of the opportunities would be just as strong and through both school but then also work and now I have three young daughters six year old and almost four year old twin girls and so I care about gender equality even more But this has been with me from his as far as I can remember. We NEED TO ACCELERATE GENDER EQUALITY. So we can have it in your daughter's life exactly that quite a bit actually at the rate we're going. The whole world stands to benefit if women participate in the economy identically. Demand according to Quinlan's research at McKinsey it would boost the world's economy annually by twenty trillion dollars. That's the size of China and US economies combined. It's all countries align their gender equality efforts with the progress made by their most impressive neighbors. The world's economy could grow by eleven percent that's twelve trillion dollars. A remedy for inequality is a daunting task and it starts at home from the United States may seem like a developed nation but the United States for the last decade has been ranking in the twenties to thirties and the global gender gap report and so there is a lot of progress that needs to be achieved and one of these areas is an economic empowerment so the gender pay gap still persists here in the United States. The gap has narrowed since nineteen eighty. But it's been stable over the last fifteen years and as of last year on average women have earned only eighty five percent of what men earned and based on this estimate. This means it would take an extra thirty nine days of work for women to earn what men did. As of last year there is also the perception that this gender pay gap is imaginary. The latest survey shows that around half of the men believed that there is no gender pay gap so this is very much like half of the men are denying climate change. You know. It's the same principle of denying Ariel that exists which makes it even more problematic to solve when we think about the intersection of race and gender gap. It gets even worse with African American women getting paid the least on average a second area around economic empowerment for women as access to capital for women. Women receive less than ten percent of venture capital funding and ever ge US women are starting more and more companies access to capital is not as easy for women as it is for men. If you're a woman of color the probability that you'll get funding from a venture capitalist is less than one percent so there is a lot of work we need to do around economic empowerment women.

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Analisa & Kweilin

Dare I Say

03:29 min | 4 months ago

Analisa & Kweilin

"Has budged much over the last fifteen years. Globally women participate less in the workplace that men. They're more likely to work a low pay job and juggle their career with unpaid work as primary home caregivers. There are fewer women in politics and one in three women will experience domestic violence in her lifetime. Work needs to be done both internationally and at home and at least says and Queen Ellen groups are both trying to close the gap coiling is a senior partner at Mckinsey where she leads. Gender Equality Research. She advises Fortune Five. Hundred companies on how to improve WORKFORCE DIVERSITY. Annalisa is the CEO and founder of Women Spear a platform that boosts female leadership innovation and entrepreneurship. She serves as a commissioner of the women's Refugee Commission in this episode. The pair discussed why gender equality is not a zero sum game how we can encourage future. Generations of workers to champion women's empowerment and what companies can do to attract and maintain a diverse workplace. They are women. Dare you know I grew up in the Philippines. I had really strong female role models my mother my grandmothers. We had a female President Corazon Aquino when I was growing up and I grew up as an empowered girl you know part of the Ywca of Manila's one of their team leaders. When I was thirteen and a started organizing leadership conferences for girls when I was eighteen and then so when I left the Philippines to come to school I left Venus. This empowered girl and then I went to Mongolia College. Which is the first ever and oldest college for Women in America which has a strong tradition if educating female leaders that would change the world and right out of college and I was working at Goldman Sachs. I was sparked of launching the Investment Banking Women's Network for Goldman and so all of these experiences. Really you know allowed me to appreciate the importance of having strong female role models in women leaders all around. I think there's a surprising number of similarities. I also grew up with a very strong mother. Who set a wonderful example of how to work hard and achieve your dreams but also have a clear opinion and share that I also went to an all women's college so Wellesley and it was a really powerful example for me to see all the leadership roles filled by women because that was just the assumption. Why wouldn't the leadership refilled by a woman? I think couple of differences. I grew up in a lot of other countries. As well you came from the Philippines. I I grew up in China for three years in Japan in Ecuador and France and so seeing gender equality quite differently in all of those countries and comparing that to the United States was a real surprise for me it was it was so different from country to country in China for example. There's a saying that women hold up half the sky and that struck me as clearly women would would have half of the opportunities would be just as strong and through both school but then also work and now I have three young daughters six year old and almost four year old twin girls and so I care about gender equality even more But this has been with me from his as far as I can remember. We NEED TO ACCELERATE GENDER EQUALITY. So we can have it in your daughter's life exactly that quite a bit actually at the rate we're going.

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Washington Nationals players decide to wait for in-person ring ceremony

WBZ Morning News

00:17 sec | 4 months ago

Washington Nationals players decide to wait for in-person ring ceremony

"When it comes to getting their World Series rings Washington nationals players want the real deal they decided to skip a virtual ceremony will wait until the console or in person the team had planned on having players receive their rings individually on a TV broadcasts and online but team leaders said they'd rather do it in

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"team leader" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

09:26 min | 5 months ago

"team leader" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"There is a lot to discuss today today is the deadline date for the players and they're going to pick up this year option it's something that sort of you know you kind of expect enough for a week or two the fourth on the team leader was the first to really sort of sum it up and tell us what the money would be like if they did pick up your option and how they could get screwed if he got hurt during this year and talk about the bears off season I think this was really the last major decision they had to make in this offseason one where they made a lot of moves the draft is in the books free agency is in the box this decision now is in the books they change quarterbacks they've hired different coaches they drafted they signed cell think today's a good reflection point or inflection point on where you think the bears are at this point yeah I think listen they there could be a a couple of signings small signings going forward before the season kicks off they may get an Allen Robinson extension sign but for the most part I agree with you I think that they've done the they've done the bulk of the heavy lifting and now this is who they are and I believe the five followed I followed Todd Fuhrman correctly on Twitter the bear's of forty to one with the Super Bowl tied for like eighteenth place yeah that's not a lot of people believe and and what the bears have right now yeah I mean look I think I think everyone expects the defense to continue to be good now last year they warn is nearly as dynamic as they were in eighteen but can they were top five or six scoring defense and you'll go to bat with that defense every Sunday our offense really they were dreadful and I think that people look at what the bears did in the offseason and they see an offense of line it probably stays a little bit the same they changed the coach but they shuffled some guys around we're hoping guys just play a little bit better they did add Nick Foles so hopefully the quarterback plays going to improve you had some marginal upgrades in other spots as well I think people the naysayers will look at the offense and say they didn't do enough to improve to the level where they can get back to the two thousand and eighteen four I think that's what they're saying now what you think what I think would have Dahlin mother think maybe a little bit different but I think that's there's some healthy skepticism about how this offense will perform this year especially with the you know the unknown dynamic of what we've gone through with a pandemic yes yes now we didn't know though when the offseason began what if they would still fly with Mitch I think you thought back when the season closed that they're going with match that Ryan pace was correct we do lack them change out the quarterback and when you look at what Ryan pace and Matt Nagy has done they have really stacked the deck and now against Mitch Trubisky yes where it should be me Nick Foles is job done to win and the claim and so they switched out the quarterback they drafted the best tight end on the on the on the board most people at least thought they signed Jimmy Graham this year I'm saying this is what they did right right they they took a weak spot opposite of Khalil Mack and in under achieving former draft pick and they cut their losses that's the one thing I I gotta say there are a few things to say not just one but the one thing I'm most proud of Ryan pace for this year is he did something that not a lot of people thought he would do he looked in the mirror and instead of having an ego and saying I think Leonard Floyd can still work I still think Mitch can work he was able to say I recognize I made a mistake and now it's time to get rid of Leonard Floyd I recognize that I made a mistake and now it's time to go out and trade for Nick Foles guys won a Super Bowl so we're we were in January to where we are now I know is that perfect you could play the opposite too he didn't do everything we wanted them to do but I think we were talking and jumping in and the guy who many of us thought would not be able to say I screwed up now I've got to fix it he did that this offseason yeah there's no doubt I mean my my inclination was they were gonna give Mitch one more try they had so much invested in him that what they do with would probably be something in the line of signing case Keenum that was my prediction they went the other direction and you're a hundred percent right they they've decided to rectify it is some of the mistakes they made and I agree with you I will tip my cap if I had one two Ryan pays for not being stubborn at this point right to deciding that I made a mistake and I've got a change put the tip of the cap is a modest one because the moves that you've made are just in response to you making the mistakes initially right so so my my problem is is that while you recognize they were mistakes how much confidence should I have in the decisions you made to make up for those mistakes right so if you we have at the plates from the very beginning great you decided that well I'm not going to be stubborn I'm going to move forward where is your level of confidence that he got it right the second time as he was trying to make this make up for the mistakes you made initially right do you give Ryan pace a Pat on the back for it or do you say my gosh the reason why we're in this position is because you've made such monumental mistakes drafting overall in the first round where these guys are supposed to be building blocks and now you're looking to make up from so yes okay that it's you that you you at least did not you were okay to say I don't have a big enough ego to switch it out but you're like today is a big day because you look at and you go boy look how far it's come from them trading up the second overall pick in picking him over Watson and and Mahomes to now them not them saying to themselves he's not even worthy of just guaranteeing the fifth year yeah the very thinkable the unthinkable a year ago when he was coming off a positive season at least what we thought was a like a step forward season and and now here we are we are he doesn't even have a fifty year guarantee well that's why I mean in moments like that for a young general manager you wonder especially on the offensive side of the ball how much of an impact and I thought it was going to be that way from the beginning that the office of mine head coach has so to me as much as you know Ryan pace pulled the trigger on the trade for Nick Foles to me that's a that's a Matt Nagy move that's what I'm dial Europe you've been a skeptic are you giving Ryan pace any credit because at least he did have a too big of an ego to cut bait with Leonard Floyd and then not give the fifth year to Mitch Trubisky I mean no because he if he would have picked up the option the worst case scenario is that that I mean he could have just gotten a gotten out of it as long as much wasn't hurt right right but either way like if he if he if he hurt his shoulder again coming in for Nick Foles who's never played sixteen games to put Tyler brand there for that worried about it like it's not that big of a deal to me because it's it's a big story that that they didn't pick up the option but even if Ryan pace did elect to pick up the option you still could have gotten out of this deal so we wouldn't have if they did things like all law maybe we franchise in but then if you franchising enough to pay him upwards of thirty million dollars because if you factor in you know they're gonna have to do them homes contract at some point and that's gonna shoot the average insanely up so what you're gonna do is yeah you you kind of save yourself away from the injury cause but ultimately like they could still re sign him next year that doesn't mean anything you didn't pick up the option is not guaranteed to be gone after this year by any means in this Wednesday look Janus Winston threw for thirty touchdowns and five thousand yards and he got a million dollars guaranteed if may choose your back up what's Mitch going to get on the open market you can come back at your back up next year obviously I really don't give pace much credit because what is the upside there was almost no I can't even think of the upside to picking up the fifth year option because think about how good a year would he have to have where you would feel good about having him under contract for one more year at twenty four million dollars like like crazy I can't even imagine the season he would have to have we'd be like yeah having him for one more season twenty four million dollars a year is a good move all right so I want to pick bears fans brain I pulled the question brought to you by Toyota was this a successful off season for the bears three one two three three two three seven seven six are you giving Ryan pace credit for at least doing these things does he do deserve no credit because he thoroughly with I'm both Leonard Floyd and Mitch Trubisky and got himself into this situation to begin with I want to get to the rope on Smith topic is we well plenty on the last dance on this the last chance Monday brought you by Coors light Chasin here the fantastic director is gonna join us for campus radio at three o'clock when.

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"team leader" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:38 min | 5 months ago

"team leader" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Robinson the team leader of the world was heard to say the Mets look like losers that is Dogo there was no fire no spirit he said they look like losers and you've been watching them for years now it said that this is a young team that bounces back Jim is no doubt about the fact that the Mets were playing their first World Series game yesterday there is no doubt about the fact you have to be nervous I think the message the game worked out yesterday were more serious than they had been anytime during the season certainly look upon the World Series as the ultimate their overall operation they were happy to win the Eastern Division of the national leg went on to the top three straight and this of course is a very awesome event in talking with the ball players on the field before the ball game today I felt that they still had the same feeling I think they're more serious and I have been in the regular season the same time you need something to get you up and the Mets are leaning right now very heavily on Jerry Koosman he has been the stopper for the Mets in their view losing streaks that had during the season one of the big games and he won for the match came after they have lost three straight to the Pittsburgh Pirates it was in the stretch drive in the Mets needed a win and and they never lost another ball game after that after they had clinched the title in the national because mine is a very strong venture you guys are much different from Tom Seaver Tom Seaver was the starting pitcher and the loser of the first game of this World Series the young man whose name is small it's easy talking here's the man is reimagined and maybe that will help him in his efforts to get the Mets on the winning track Jerry certainly upbringing on Bajor tan is two years in the major leagues he has won nineteen games in seventeen games for a total of thirty six wins in just two years twenty five years of age right at this moment the world way is very heavy on his shoulders I don't know how you can be a human being and not have that on your mind as you warm up a very very important ball game Baltimore's Memorial Stadium for you it is three hundred and nine feet down each the bulls away rather quickly before a half again as high as seventy four and change them right fielder overdue midway in the you go from three to three ninety that's right away some of the others four hundred and and of course this reset before in which they have done is changed anybody on one home on yesterday later admitted that he was nervous about it actually got the tip of his glove on the ball before it yeah this is and we should also point out that yesterday the big men in the Baltimore Orioles in the Frank Robinson Robinson with the did not win the the six seven and eight what about yesterday's game in the second game of the night World Series in a moment this is Maggie gray on the sand sharing and is now a page from the diary of flow dear diary I got the brush off again I don't get it is there something wrong with the way we've elbow.

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"team leader" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:01 min | 5 months ago

"team leader" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"To get into that house even if you have talent things are obstacles that are in your way know what they are figure out a way around it I think one thing that's incredibly important and seems pretty novel at first at least it did to me was really having incredibly clear company values and making sure that you just hire them into people like you know some of ours would be like surprise and delight is a huge thing for us that's how we measure performance a lot of ways is like how often do you come back in like surprise and delight your team leader with like just your progress the way they've done something or another thing these days always be branding like everything is my brand think about branding about how consumer will think about the company based on your actions so there's a lot of these things that if you can get people to one of those things there will be sort of a natural selection of people that are phenomenal set and so now it is one thing I would highly encourage any entrepreneur to do right when they're starting but seems sort of like a monotonous first task but like just set your company about is that like five to seven really two things that you believe and I never want to change and I don't really helps to form here is some great news if you missed the deadline to sign up for health insurance or if you sign up for a plan you're just not happy with you still have a choice it's called medi Cher it's the affordable alternative to health insurance and it's worked beautifully for twenty five years they have more than four hundred thousand members now around the country next year is a Christian healthcare sharing ministry in over the years.

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"team leader" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:52 min | 5 months ago

"team leader" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I think one thing that's incredibly important and seems pretty novel at first at least it did to me was really having incredibly clear company values and making sure that you just iron them into people like you know some of ours would be like surprise and delight it's a huge thing for us that's how we measure performance and a lot of ways is like how often do you come back in like surprise and delight your team leader with like just your progress the way they've done something or another thing these days always be branding like everything is my brand think about branding about how consumer will think thing about the company based on your actions so there's a lot of these things that if you can get people to line those things there will be sort of a natural selection of people that are phenomenal said and so now it is one thing I would highly encourage any entrepreneur to do right when they're starting but seems sort of like a monotonous first task but like just that your company is that like five to seven really two things that you believe in that you never want to change and I don't really help here is some great news if you missed the deadline to sign up for health insurance or if you sign up for a plan that you're just not happy with you still have a choice it's called medi share it's the affordable alternative to health insurance and it's worked beautifully for twenty five years they have more than four hundred thousand members now around the country next year is a Christian healthcare sharing ministry in over the years members.

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"team leader" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:48 min | 6 months ago

"team leader" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Is the team leader for Samaritan's purse the organization that set it up we are going to take over flow of patients if we can call Matt for some of the other hospitals our goal would be to get them off of the ventilator and them on out of the hospital new York's governor wants out of state medical professionals to come there if they can because the city and state are overwhelmed thirty two states have stayed home mortars Florida not one of them although several areas like mine to have their own governor Ron DeSantis is getting heat for refusing to do it state wide CBS's Manuel Bojorquez has more we want to win the fight against Kobe eight nineteen Florida's governor is ordering a handful of counties to shelter at home including the state's largest Miami Dade and Broward which already have similar orders to begin with this is the time to to do the right thing less and all your local officials but critics point to scenes like close to beach on one side and open one on the other to show the piecemeal approach may not work still officials in counties with restrictions are making a point of enforcing them what if you could use and re use a protective mask CBS's Dr David Akers says the technology is here this technology from Patel in Ohio is a basically a room where you can put in forty thousand mass at a time and with an aerosolized gas it can kill the virus it's a two and a half hours later you have a mass that can be used again each mask can be used twenty times at the Vatican BMO G. but hello there hope is asking the faithful to pray for the homeless you don't have any place to stay during the pandemic he prayed from inside his home it's only Tuesday but CBS is Jill Slazenger is already looking ahead to the next government jobs report at the end of the week we're going to see weekly claims come in in another staggeringly high number we will get monthly jobless numbers on Friday and this month for the month of March the numbers are not going to look so bad maybe a loss of about a hundred fifty thousand jobs still that would snap a more than nine year winning streak we expect White House announcement soon rolling back Obama era mileage standards for vehicles automotive news publisher and editor Jason Stein says it goes against what automakers have been doing the proposal to roll back fuel economy rules really would be among the biggest step the ministration has undergone to reverse what was an existing environmental policy the amount of product development that's gone into most of these vehicles to achieve of the MPG levels again now you have another set of rules the Dow is down a hundred sixty six this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app download it today good morning it's nine oh three we're having some clearing in.

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Summoning Bloody Mary

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:30 min | 7 months ago

Summoning Bloody Mary

"The Encyclopedia of Urban Legend. So there is such. An Encyclopedia describes a formula for summoning the spirit of bloody Mary. Perhaps you heard of this myth. Our team of urban legend riders set out to determine once and for all if the legend of calling up bloody. Mary was fat or fiction. The process for bringing forth the spirit goes something like this. Teenage girl stands in a dark room with a large mirror only illuminated by candles. She holds she chance. I believe in Bloody Mary Thirteen Times or until the spirit makes its presence known. Now remember my Wednesday gas shower. Bauer deals with spirits and talking with spirits from the beyond the veil. And I'd be curious and I will be asking her about this myth or mystery or team found that most of the rituals were performed in a bathroom. The story of a nineteen eighty-eight CO edited a small Washington State. College put the Urban Legend Riders. So the correct state one graduate explained how her roommate tried out the ritual for fun and ran screaming from the dorm bathroom. Shaking and Pale genuinely terrified. Her clenched fingers covered in blood. Our intrepid riders were intrigued by the story but wanted something more recent the day before they were to return tonight. I will sound studio with a finished script. Team Leader Ryland. Anderson was contacted. Apparently News of an investigative writing team in search of supernatural travels fast among small towns in the Washington State village of Aurora population. Six hundred fifty five. A young team was willing to tell her story. Ashley Pelton no longer resident having moved with the family. Her father was transferred to. Idaho was back in the village visiting friends. It was during a sleepover with six other teens. Who took the dare and stepped into the bathroom lights out with only a candle. Ashley said she wasn't sure of the incantation so recited I believe in Mary. Thirteen Times with ease. Recitation turned to circle when she came around to face the mirror for the last time the face of a young girl wearing a bonnet was sausage curls eyes darting from side to side as if walking for something or someone nearly filled the mirror the head shoulders appear to be bobbing up and down in an amber liquid. The event took place just before family left the area. The previous summer and the group had sworn each other to silence. Ashley's parents knew nothing of the event but her father Roger Pelton was an amateur historian and explained the history of Aurora village that might account for the image in the mirror bobbing internet or liquid. He told how the small Washington State village of Aurora started out as a colony led by Prussian born Taylor William Keel. Who moved with his wife to the United States in the eighteen thirties by eighteen forty four? He established the BETHEL colony in Missouri by eighteen. Fifty five. He decided to set up a second. Call it in Washington territory but four days before they set out his daughter. Mary died malaria not wanting to leave her behind. Put her in a lead lined coffin filled with whiskey to preserve the body. Could Ashley have summoned the spirit of Mary Keel? Who just perhaps was looking for her

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Shot for Shot - One on Ones

Front End Happy Hour

09:20 min | 8 months ago

Shot for Shot - One on Ones

"All right before we dive into talking about one on ones. What our one on ones like. How would you describe what a one on one is? And what are they four. Obviously it's a meeting. That's but the point of them would mean I'm kind of curious 'cause I memes and meetings and say oh it could be a medium. I Dunno maybe probably out there right so the meeting. It's a meeting. Yes there's usually two people one on one Also not necessarily with your manager. That's a typical meeting. The one on one with your manager but yeah it could be with another like a colleague another engineer. Maybe a partner that you work closely with third base At the most common thing as meeting with your team leader your manager whatever their title is and it's a it's like a check in hot to kind of for both sides like how are you are you doing. Are there questions for me? How can I help you like? There's kind of A. It's a two way dialogue and it's just a good check in so that when you eventually have. Let's say a performance review at the end of the year. You kind of know where your ad like constantly like. You're always checking in on that. So there's no surprises at the at the end of the year can think one of the main differences. Like what you're saying between that and like another meeting is it's unstructured or at least the ones that I've been in. I don't know that I've ever really been in a one on one with an agenda. As -sarily sort of just like a good time to put time facetime on the calendar with someone that you need to be sort of maintaining some sort of relationship with. I sometimes have had an agenda. Yeah Yeah it's not too bad because sometimes you're just like bullets of like what do i WanNa talk about. Mainly it's been for my own remembering. What am I supposed to talk this person but not with everyone I find? I actually prefer the casual like meeting. What's up stock? Also be the manager with someone who reports to me. I look at it as like a try really hard not always good at it of not been the one talking like I. I want to look at it as a way for the person coming into the meeting is to be able to share what they wanNA talk about. Sometimes that might have to share some seen some changes happening or who knows out or ask a status update which hate doing as well. I really like Stacey said. It's a two way dialogue and kind of what you were mentioning Ryan. Yeah it definitely. Is that kind of dedicated. Time where you wouldn't necessarily feel comfortable going to the hallway and be like Hey WanNa know how I'm performing and stuff I feel. It's a really nice like dedicated time that your manager can well assuming we're talking about manager magic and set aside time for you and really like check in with. You is actually really interesting because I love how you don't have. You don't necessarily have an agenda. Actually my manager kind of says you know this is your time use agenda if I have stuff I will call out what the agenda is for that you know but it's really like this. Time is your time but natural you kind of have to run the meeting yourself so you as in the engineer Yes yes. Yes or his designer or individual contributor. I see what do you put on your agenda who me. I mean not very specific. Right but like in generalities like you're having a problem with stacy stealing my thoughts. Go back at least at least for me. I I've definitely seen the value of one wins a lot more. I used to ruin not know what to use them for the way I've used them is really sharing so things that I feel. I've been doing because I feel sometimes manager doesn't get the visibility of the work that I get to do all the time. He's always following me. That'd be really creepy. But he is so many meetings that sometimes it's Isis share. Some the wins that I have and then also if I'm ever curious like how performing or what it could be doing. Better try to ask for that feedback but usually a two-way dialogue. Always checking in. That's great. I think some team leads. Yeah they have. Maybe a lot managed have a huge number of people who reports them too. So it is I would imagine it would be hard to keep track of all the little wins or things that you feel like you did while on during the week like they may not know so. That's like that's awesome. It is a good opportunity to just like promote yourself. Talk about the things that have gone well but also maybe things that could have gone better. Tm also looking for ways that you can get help from someone were advice on shares. How long you typically meet with someone one on one three to four hours while tens of meeting? No that's a nightmare like home. Goodness and then what's The cadence very very? I must have a small brain. 'cause I can't even like half an hour usually and like sometimes once a week. I've had some teammates at one at once. Like WanNa do that once a week but I almost feel like sometimes it might be too much depending on your team size like if your team lead is at your St Lucie. Do stand ups. If you're saying that Saturday in kind of have an idea like what you're doing maybe once we get too much 'cause you're like are already kind of around everything that's happening but I think every two weeks seems good for me like I like that cadence. That's usually typically what I've scheduled for even minor Especially as my team has gotten larger. It's been like okay. Well let's easier to Kinda space them out but also I want people to not wait for the one on one like if there's something that comes up throw time on the calendar or just grabbed me because that's important as well. I meet with engineers on my team. I meet with my manager. I meet with other managers in the company or people that are partner with and so the cadence can actually differ and even the time like my manager for the longest time we were meeting on our weekly it was kind of a status and for my own personal growth but also like sometimes just talking about team oriented things especially when it was just him in managing the team. That was very valuable is kind of a mix of strategic but yeah it varies. I think sometimes I meet with someone once a month or maybe once a quarter like XIV even had some littering cadences like that. Yeah I guess well I mean it really depends on the person sort of like toe to Ryan's point Like with my manager. It's half hour re two weeks and even sometimes like that doesn't feel quite enough but I mean half hour can go by really quickly especially as in my situation. If you're new to the company that I have a lot to learn about how we operate and also there's a lot of questions about you know just general career stuff but when it comes to sort of anybody else I sort of do it in like an ad hoc way especially with sort of like relationships and I'm building on the team it's really more informal. It's kind of like just enough time to walk across the street and get a coffee. Walk around the block come back and that can that can actually be really productive. Even if it's short he I think it's a good way to like even just doing like that is more casual thing is. You're also you're building trust in getting to know someone in that's like a one on one can be very valuable for that interesting. Mars to going back to your saying like be new to accompany and I think that's another time where I almost like over scheduled When someone's new because there are so many questions and it's like a lot of times like someone will have a legit bullet list of agenda. It's like I have all these questions on my great. Let's go through them so it might even be like once a day or maybe I do schedule an hour or like. There's a couple times or I'll do more especially early on in the first couple of weeks. Yeah definitely have you have any of you like narrow down what I guess you talked about how you like half an hour might be too little like when I when I moved from every note to twitch was interesting because I had a one week half an hour and moved to every two weeks one hour of and I. I personally like the two week cadence more because I feel like there's just a lot more to talk about. Yeah the half an hour ones is like. Oh we just talk last week and I I at least me didn't feel like there's enough meat sometimes to talk about stuff graduate. We don't really go to an hour. That's why when you said three hours I was like Oh goodness Nice though. Setting that time aside even if you don't fill it up. I mean it's exactly reasonable. Hey we don't really talk about like we always over time. Yeah but sometimes it can be really hard to get time with your manager or really with anyone on the team depending on like what's going on or how your team is structured. So that actually sounds pretty nice just to have that hold their. Yeah Yeah and there have been rare times where we have hidden our And that's because there was a lot to talk about the most timely just a little more than half an hour so perfect you know. I've never really too sure everyone's late to the meeting. Every company has the traditional five minutes. You know twenty five minute meeting. And that's that's when it gets really really

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"team leader" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:41 min | 9 months ago

"team leader" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I think one thing that's incredibly important and seems pretty novel at first at least it did to me was really having incredibly clear company values and making sure that you just hire them in the people like you know some of ours would be like surprise and delight is a huge thing for us that's how we measure performance and a lot of ways is like how often do you come back in like surprise and delight your team leader with like just your progress the way they've done something or another thing these days always be branding like everything is about brand thing about prancing about how consumer will like thing about the company based on your actions so there's a lot of these things that if you can get people to line those things there will be sort of a natural selection of people that are phenomenal said and so that is one thing I would highly encourage any entrepreneur to do right when they're starting but seems sort of like a monotonous first task but like just that your company buys sat like five to seven really two things that you believe in that you would never want to change and that'll really help to form in his what's in store this week at your local staples dark crash with new pens and notebooks there's no better time than now to get organized with help from stable because right now.

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How a Simple 'Thank You' Can Make You a Better Leader

The $100 MBA Show

09:20 min | 9 months ago

How a Simple 'Thank You' Can Make You a Better Leader

"Talk to you a little bit about why the thank you is kind of a lost art form. And why every job including management or leadership job is a sales sales job. Then I'm GonNa take you through a five step formula on how to use this magic. Thank you to get ahead. You need. Get folks to do what you need them to do. And then why why. It actually is super important to continue to do this no matter your role no matter your team. So let's get right to it. The first thing is with regard to the thank you. It's funny we're taught this lesson when we're children right. It's something that we're talking in kindergarten safely's and thank you but as we become adults this becomes comes off bit of a lost art form. We say it but it's sort of a throwaway. We say thanks so much or at the end of the email we say. Thank you so much. Appreciate your help but then it goes. It was away but we don't really think of the thank you or the art of gratitude as a leadership skill set so everybody in your organization comes in contact contact with customers and doesn't matter what they are. What their role is? It's the fact that it's an internal customer or an external customer well whether it's internal or external those people like to be appreciated. They like to be thanked too. So therefore every conversation or interaction is actually a sales conversation. Everybody's selling every day. You just don't call it that any interaction. You've got with a colleague or direct report that's a sales conversation. You're selling them on your personal brand on who you are and what you bring to. The table and leadership does the selling at the highest level. You're doing this often to entities that are critical organization's success. You're selling the idea. Yeah of WHO This company is. You're selling the idea of who your team is. And what they bring to the table too so when you think about your role you've got to be kind kind of selling all day. But the internal communication is were gratitude can actually give you the most bang for your buck because grateful people actually want to do more people who are happy in their jobs. People who feel empowered are the ones that actually want to continue to do that because they're getting positive reinforcement from it. So that's what I mean when I say every job as a sales job including leadership because this is one of those opportunities that you're faced with every single day to be able to empower your team even more so I promised you a five set formula so i WanNa talk about the plan I now planning is the most important part of leadership leadership right but so often leader struggle with this because you actually to sit down and think about it. So let's just use the thank you part for a moment if if we're talking about showing gratitude to our teams. How are you showing gratitude today? What's something that you can share with your team to show them that you appreciate what they've brought to the table so you can explain to them how much what they did on that project or that particular client folder? Whatever it was that they brought to you you really appreciate and you've really appreciate the fact that they put that extra effort into it but you gotTa have a plan to do this otherwise? This is the piece that falls by the wayside. I can't tell you how how many managers I've worked with year after year. Who really struggle with showing the appreciation and when we'd done assessments with teams? We've talked to the employees themselves. That's the thing it falls by the wayside they feel under appreciated and it's to teeny tiny simple words that we got to throw out there but without a plan not can happen so the second thing is once you got that plan you can look for. Those opportunities. Leaders have a multitude of opportunities to kind of sell the. Thank you every day but again without that plan you're not really looking for your spidey senses aren't up and you're not looking for opportunities to kind of say. Hey I really appreciate what you brought to the table but you do have to keep your eyes repealed. This means getting off of your phone while you're walking in the hallway. This means actually reading into the emails and the messages that people are sending you pause breathe and think about what that person did that has really helped the organization to move forward and then show them that gratitude. And then you've got to establish trust you've really gotTa show the folks around you that you hear them and you see them. And this is one of the most heartbreaking parts in business right is when people feel like they're not being seen or they're not being heard and it simply because we move at the speed of business. It doesn't slow down and in fact if anything. It's speeding up now with technology. So we've got to show them damn that they can trust us that we have their back that we do appreciate them and that we want them to be part of this organization going forward without the trust of their team leaders. You you can't be effective but they need to know that you hear them in order for you to be able to have that trust goes both ways and then finally got to ask for what you want asking is a big piece of this to leaders have verbal as what they want and they have to be able to empower their teams to do so and then in that ask is also. We're also showing them. How grateful you are that? They are able to do the task. You're asking their up to the task that you're grateful that the report of this team empower them with gratitude. It's such a simple thing but it is so often left behind with that gratitude. That's really the final step. And this is where most really senior leaders fall down because we think we're showing our gratitude with a paycheck. We think we're showing our gratitude because we put thank you in an email because we did an office party. It's not Nov guys. You've got to show them whether it's victory or defeat you've got to be constant in your gratitude whether the company did great whether the company did not do great great. Everybody should show the gratitude of getting us to where we were today and learning from that and then showing gratitude is reinforcing the that trust is showing them and regardless you appreciate the fact that they put forth the effort and recognizing those problem areas as well as the achievements. The problem areas are the ones that we're learning from so make sure our team knows how much you appreciate them even making that extra effort and then it also shows that the activities that you're reinforcing with these guys and you're showing them him. How much appreciate it? It actually empowers them to want to do it more. It's sort of like if you've ever seen a little kid and you giggle it. Something that they do they do at ten thousand times more will. The reason is because we're hard wired that way as human beings we want those applause we want those accolades and as a leader the accolades thank you so another thing that I mentioned in the very beginning which was the thank you goodbye kind of thing and I think thank you should never mean goodbye. It's not a C- later kind of greeting or or salutation. It's not the end. It should be the first step in continuing that relationship and deepening that relationship and nothing comes after thank you. Nobody fills fulfilled. Nobody wants to continue to do this. Sort of that throwaway piece. It's like throwing the you know love you bye before you hang up the phone. It's just not enough enough and it's not really heartfelt either the thank you should be that ongoing piece of letting them know that I see you. I appreciate you. I love what you're doing thing and I really want to show you. How grateful I am that? You're a part of this and it's really that shift of your own mindset. That happens to be able to to throw this out there guys. I can't tell you enough. How important this particular lesson is for any leader in any organization whether you're leading sales organization whether you're an engineer whether the back office whether your client facing or not this gratitude piece is part of the brand that you build because if you're building this piece of gratitude it will permeate through through the company it will permeate through your team and then it will eventually get to the customer and people who feel appreciated want to come back? They want to show show you their loyalty because they feel that they can trust you. And you're being loyal to

Do you take the opportunity to reinvent yourself whenever possible?

Hacking Your Leadership

02:03 min | 9 months ago

Do you take the opportunity to reinvent yourself whenever possible?

"Please take a second to review us. Subscribe Right now while you're listening to this episode. Thank you so much in advance on this episode. I want to talk about reinvention as leaders. We typically get a chance to reinvent ourselves or at least hit a little reset button when we get promoted or even just move or transferred to a new team. When when done correctly we consider what things we want to be known for and what things we want to leave behind many times? Just joining new team allows us to shake some of the old bad decisions. We made. Were strained relationships. We caused Chris and I spent time talking about our culture acronym in a previous series and the first letter of the acronym is a letter C Z.. Standing for consider yourself and it really is about thinking about how you want to show up for your team to increase overall culture as a leader joining a new team. mm-hmm one of the things you really want to consider is at first impression in how you spend your first few weeks engaging with and getting to know the people you work with. This is critical to quickly cle- building equity in the relationships that lead to trust and alignment. Recently I've been investing time. Speaking with leaders have joined new teams leaders that are returning to previous previous teams. They have worked with and leaders that are new to role in are now responsible for the teams. They may have recently been a part of. I'm a firm believer that promoting someone one and moving them to a new team at the same time is really best for all parties involved. It doesn't always work out that way but it is extremely difficult to get that reset or or reinvention with people who are already familiar with you and may struggle with seeing you in a different role especially if that role directly leading them in my career. I've experienced both scenarios and I can testify that my greatest growth through reinvention happened when I changed teams. Something to be very conscious of though is that you have to be authentically. The you I've seen leaders take the opportunity to change teams and get a promotion and then attempt to show up as someone that they are not usually. It's a role when they are the sole person. Awesome responsible for the team or Business Unit and they may attempt to

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Boeing, Can They Come Back?

Bloomberg Businessweek

06:37 min | 10 months ago

Boeing, Can They Come Back?

"Course our Boeing shares which are down slightly down about seven tenths of a percent course the stock well off the ties from earlier this year when it was up around four forty and a big part of that is really had to do with this idea of how points of winds back not only the certification for at seven thirty seven macs are really of winning back the trust the trust of the public the trust regulators the trust of investors it's a big deal and it's really tough for that to happen when it seems like every day there's either a new batch of information in this case there's a story on the Bloomberg by eleven the talks about a new batch of messages that employees talking about the development of the seven thirty seven MAX specifically these were turned over apparently to regulators on Monday but just when you think maybe you you know gotten to the last of something new coming out in terms of this story there's another one that comes out I think about in the last week alone or last two weeks alone in terms of suspending production of the seven thirty seven Max that's going to happen it right in the new year then of course you got the firing of the company's me look Mister Muhlenberg the CEO and then bringing in a new CEO and so there's a lot of change and Boeing there's a story in the magazine this week they just talk about Boeing is known for being the company that created checklist right and four engineers talking with pilots and getting things right not getting things wrong so this is really a story about what's going on at the company culture can they get it back on track and can they get the faith of regulators and also customers yeah and I you know I covered up Boeing and a lot of its can competitors and suppliers years ago and the relationship with the FAA is paramount because you're creating a product that essentially goes no where unless you have the FAA's blessing and continue blessing I mean there's so many checks along the way even want these products on the market and Boeing obviously trying to get a handle on that let's begin reading K. as his team leader of the Americas industrial and aerospace team at Bloomberg news has been covering he and the team of in covering the Boeing story from day to day he joins us on the phone from Dallas so Brandon put into perspective but we haven't I don't believe seen these messages but tell us a little bit actually guess we don't have them yet hopefully we'll get to him but I do think what's interesting is you know okay Brendan is here thank you know technology up Brandon come on in the Boeing story and tell us about this latest new batch of messages from Boeing employees on the development of the seven thirty seven Max what do we know so far we haven't actually seen these messages are have way well that's right we have not seen the messages we know a little bit about that we know that a congressional aide described them as at times very disturbing and we know that some of the messages apparently the raise questions about Boeing employees expressing concern about the the the company's commitment to safety and there are apparently other messages that raise questions about different employees expressing worries that regulators or or or other actors could disrupt production plants so bring that in addition to the content that's in that's in these messages the other issue here seems to be just simply the disclosure as well I mean we had a previous batch of messages which we now know weren't turned over to the FAA in a in a fashion that the F. eight thinks they should have been what is the relationship now between Boeing and the FAA well but Boeing statement on Monday when they announced the departure of Dennis MA emergency EO very clearly said that the relationship with the FAA is is in need of a of a major reset and and I think we can we can draw the conclusion that after the last couple months in which the company and the regulator were diverging and their views about when the Max could could come back into service that that really because a lot of damage and it'll be sort of job why and for the new CEO David Calhoun to try to reset that relationship and and and repair some of what's been lost I think it was worrisome to is that it was the second time that the that Boeing had delayed turning over to the FAA some sensitive messages related to the development of the seven thirty seven MAX I've got to believe that you know Mr Calhoun has come in and said alright guys give me all the information that we need to to turn over to relate regulators because he's got a want to fix this as soon as possible I think that a reasonable interpretation but we don't know for sure yet certainly was earlier batch of messages the when they came out in October we do know that the FAA was very disappointed and Boeing that the message it hadn't been turned over earlier the company did share the messages earlier in twenty nineteen with justice department investigators but not with the regulator and we don't know for sure what's that what the backdrop is of the current batch and why Boeing is disclosing them now but certainly I think it's a it's it's it's a fair gas that that the new boss might want to try to get everything out in the open as he tries to be is men and men in this relationship well okay new boss who who actually has been taken over yet obviously there's a little bit of a lack year between other Alcina Mullen Burke and Calhoun actually coming in and sitting down at that desk once he's there do we have any sense here that the way he's going to do things Brandon is going to be incredibly different than the way mon Burke to things that's a really big question mark at the moment you know David Calhoun is new to the Boeing executive ranks he is not at all new to the company he's been on the board for a decade he was lead director at the time of both crashes of the of the Max he took over as chairman in October he's intimately involved with the entire crisis response that Boeing it had and it's not at all clear in what ways if any help differentiate himself from Dennis Miller Bergen terms of its actions although I do think that that Boeing made pretty clear this week that that mo embrace ties with the FAA were badly frayed and it's possible that Calhoun could come in and at least at least start to start to sort of differentiate himself from and Burke in terms of smoothing over this relationship with with with the chief regulator all right we're gonna leave it on that note Brandon thank you so much for in in cases team leader of the Americas industrial aerospace that team here at Bloomberg news joining us on the phone from Dallas and just looking at Boeing shares just down about eight tenths of a percent here at three thirty thirty nine I share your listening to a special edition of Bloomberg businessweek Carol master along with

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Eagles Are In A Great Position To Win The NFC East

KYW 24 Hour News

01:16 min | 10 months ago

Eagles Are In A Great Position To Win The NFC East

"The eagles are put themselves in the driver's seat for an NFC east title head coach Doug Peterson hits the podium top of the hour and for more on the eagles let's check in live with you wanna be's ed bank at the practice facility in South Philadelphia what about I think we've all learned by now to trust Doug Peterson late December despite all the issues with this team here they are as you alluded to now in a position where they can win the NFC Siegel for that big win over Dallas yesterday and Doug Peterson told the St to the game a truly was a team and that could be a little cliche but it was very fitting yesterday the defense was spectacular keeping the cowboys out of the ends up getting a big stop from Sidney Jones on a fourth down play late in the game the eagles defense certainly was impressive yesterday despite dealing with images just like they were on offense but the backup brigade came through and also won rookie who's been a center in front of the front center of the running a tackle your mapa Sanders what a game yet a hundred fifty six total yards from scrimmage seventy nine yards rushing seventy seven yards passing and then there is the quarterback Carson Wentz who this year has your predictions wall supporters certainly came through on his team leader of the most thirty one for forty three hundred and nineteen yards also threw a touchdown pass so when studio to do but as you said after the game Matt they were happy about the win but they haven't won anything yet one more

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Henry Dick Thompson on  Why Smart Leaders Make Dumb Decisions

Jocko Podcast

13:17 min | 10 months ago

Henry Dick Thompson on Why Smart Leaders Make Dumb Decisions

"Back for a third time is Henry Dick Thompson. I have to throw Henry in there just to make sure when people look for your book. Look they'll be able to find it right so Dick Thompson. SAUK warrior was on podcast to three and two zero four. If you haven't listened to those just going listen them immediately and you'll realize the magnitude of the fact that this individual is sitting here alive talking to me is just an absolute miracle so goalless mature three to four where you can hear about Dick's experiences as a SOG Zog team leader and team member in Vietnam where we left off was home from Vietnam and now checking in as a ranger instructor which for you was a great deal because you have the opportunity to take the lessons and you learned teach them to the Rangers and also home them for your own experience because you figured you were eight months away from going back the Vietnam yes so this is my opportunity to get ready and so I could be more focused next town and I could do a better job now when you said eight months what does it. What was that based on? What was that when you say I was probably going back over an eight months? What was that based on? At that time that was about to turn around rate. You you come back from Vietnam they give you a little time to recover an eight months or so. You're going to get orders to go back again. And you're now did you make captain yet or you still on my captors. Now you may captaining the you must be looking around the guys that you deployed with and that you knew I mean you must be missing a lot of guys now. I mean wounded killed or missing in action. This has got to be just a tremendous number number for you when I when I look at the ones that that I knew that I consider teammates. I mean we did things together. We knew each other. I I have a list that I run for thirty five names. Those are just the ones that I considered. You know my personal friends and teammates now it CNN. We lost a lot more people in that. I just I didn't know him very yeah well But just the time I was there you know I got thirty five games for and you got to have that in your back of your mind when you're training these young rangers. You know what they're getting into even if it's not sog you know you want to prepare them to the best of your ability for what they're interface. Yeah because I knew that time I mean they were going to Vietnam. I mean there. There was no doubt especially they made it through Ranger School I mean they were going so the the question for me was in addition to the personal things that I wanted to do like improve my skills. What could it do for these guys to help them have a higher chance of surviving? Once they get there so I can't even made my mission so you got you got the normal instruction from Arranger Instructor A-plus then I edit other things on and I said you gotTa do this learn how to do. This is how you talk. This is how you lead so they. They got a lot of extra coaching training whenever I led to a group And I just. I felt responsible to do that. What were some of the leadership was that you focused on teaching? The young Rangers Some of it was you know you got to be accountable and these guys. You got to be accountable. You've gotta take responsibility ability. If you're gonNA lead them you got to make sure you know what you're doing you gotta be physically fit. You gotta be mentally. You need to know the tactics techniques you need to enforce them. You need to encourage them. You need to build a team. You need to take care of them. You need to know everybody on your team team if you've got a platoon. You need to know everybody in the potassium and at that time. The army used to issue a little. Oh Green Notebook pocket-size notebook hardback. That you put in your pocket and you know I tell you need to have people in here you know. In in peacetime you need to know who they are. No something about him so you can relate to him when they were having problems and how to train them. You know the best know what they're weak areas are for how you can build them up. 'cause you're accountable for them they're your people and you're the guy that's the the leader you need to be the first one out here and You know for me. I'm not going to ask you to do something I won't do. I'M NOT GONNA go to you. Say Hop out the door. They are applying here. If I'm not going to do it I know I tend to to do more follow me. You know. I'm going out there. I'M GONNA do it too and I'm going to set the example for you. This is how I want you to do it. And so trying to get that through through to him and and trying to get through in terms of think of yourself as a professional. Thank about your medical doctor Dr Everyday. You should be reading learning studying getting better every technique that you know You should be trying to improve it. Every day is about practice Whatever it is you're doing a ask yourself? Is there somebody else better than you than you need to be practicing. Yeah you gotta get as good as the best. You want to be that person and you don't get there by just wishing hoping you gotta get out and take the action some of the things that you're going to be doing particularly if we if we think ranger special forces seal all steps a mindset some mindset you gotta think like that you can be in the greatest physical condition in the world all but if you don't have the mindset you can't do it and you guys are already seeing here Rangers go. How many of your buddies have already dropped out? When I went through ranger school we started out with two hundred and forty eight people? When we finished we had one hundred and seventy five actually make it to the end of the course? Seventy five others got a ranger down. Rest Emden so they're only seventy five rangers produced and it was mindset. It wasn't it. They were bigger stronger faster. They had the mental capacity to keep going on one meal today. You three hours of sleep at night. Keep pushing and still be able to think cognitively enough to put together a good tactical plan communicate doc plan execute that plan And it takes work and you need to be the leader so people follow you so why. Why whatever it is that? I'm going to do out there tonight. Expect you to do. I want to be doing it to the most of my ability. If you're going to jump out of an airplane airplane with a rope tied onto you to pull the parachute out. I'm going out from thirty thousand feet Halo. And that's that's what I do if you have to have you've Atlantic on the size of a football field to get into. I'll cut it down to a third of that and do it in the dark. Are you want you to say it can be done better if you beat me more power to you. Catch now what you've done just told me I need to practice. But YOU'RE GONNA make it more for the part that you said about being a professional and when I talked young seals or young marines or soldiers airmen sailors whoever you know our say I would say the euro professional and then I. This is your life this right here is your life and everything else is secondary Mary to what you're doing right here and you need to study. You need to learn you need to read. You need to practice. You need to rehearse and you need to do that all the time. Because you're never going to be good enough and you need to make this right here your life You got a couple other notes in here. One of them says Staff Sergeant Shelley. What's that all about when I when I went through Ranger School in the mountain of as there was African American Ranger Instructor. There Call Sergeant Shelly. Hard core hard core dude. Rarely did he pass any went on patrol and I had him. He graded me one time and I passed Uh when I came back from Vietnam and went to the department I ended up in the mountains. He ended up on my team. So now I've got the famous Sergeant Shelly on my team and I thought man this is go. We go on patrol. We're on grading a platoon leader. He's growing grading sergeant. It's eighteen degrees outside Chelsea shows up. Could you got fatigue shirt on. But he's got his sleeves rolled up and said where's your Parker Parker gloves. I don't need glass is eighteen degrees. He said okay. I'm fine hard dude. And then do we. We're out on patrol. The snow's almost knee deep with dragon. The Rangers through it. They're tired to call and You know so I call the next patrol leader next person who's GonNa take over the the protein and ranger take after mouth and I want you to show me ten digit coordinates to where we're standing right now. Could you gotTa know where you're starting from. And he kind of looks at me and said take your map out. I don't have them out sir. Why don't you have a map? Said well sorry. Shelley took my map when we stopped back there and we had to go ahead man because of the guy getting the frostbite He took my out then. Go Ask sergeant challenge to give you your mouth that community that I can't do that so he built a bar with my out as it. Okay then you need redefined somebody for here gonNA loan your mouth. You're going to be the patrol leader. You gotTa have a map back then. You could do a lot of things that you can't do now. It's hard to shelley would take onions. Cut them in half rubble rubble all over him. He would eat garlic taking some Kentucky Fried Chicken with him in the bag and so when it was dark and the Rangers students you only had to feed them once every three days back then. They got to call her and resupplies or if they call them for resupplies that they didn't ask expert food they just got to have an issue So they were always hungry and you get under a Poncho at night. Sorry Shelley would say show me show me where we are on the map and the range would start to porn out where we're at and nobody under the Poncho can breathe. Shelly smells so bad. Egypt secondary breath. Their eyes are watering and the guy starts the point to where they arslan mouth and he dropped his chicken leg on his finger tactile chicken. I don't you dare Lick your finger not show me where you are. I mean he do things like that to a mall town and he was he was very good very hard And then as I started to develop a similar reputation they would hear about it forbidding and when it got to the the mountain face and Shelly I would walk in and take over the patrol for the next twenty four hours and we'd introduce ourselves you could see the looks on their face face all no one's bad enough. We owed them at the same time. No one's GonNa pass but Yeah I mean shelly. Celli Super Guy Really Smart and got another name down here. 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A Brief History Of The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

BrainStuff

06:35 min | 11 months ago

A Brief History Of The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

"Rain stuff lauren. Boko bomb here on the fourth Thursday of the month the same day that most Americans gather around the dining table to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday. The macy's Thanksgiving Day parade marches through the streets of New York City city elaborate floats giant helium balloons marching bands acrobats and celebrities create a carnival atmosphere for more than eighty years. The parade has has drawn spectators who lined the streets cheer on the participants covering two and a half miles. A three hour spectacle runs from nine. AM to noon. The holiday event has grown and grown over time from a small parade of floats and live animals organized by macy's employees into large-scale annual tradition to this day though apart from performing coming talent all other parade participants such as balloon handlers are macy's employees and their family and friends. The parade showcases more than eight thousand participants pence and crowds of more than three point. Five million spectators crammed Manhattan streets for close up view. Another fifty million watch the prayed on TV. So how did we you get here. macy's department store celebrates its one hundred and sixty first anniversary in two thousand nineteen store staged. Its first Thanksgiving Day parade in nineteen twenty twenty four that year it was called the macy's Christmas parade and it featured three floats pulled by horses. Four bands and zoo animals from the central park zoo including camels donkeys elephants and goats. Santa Claus was last in the lineup. A tradition that continues to this day it was all staged by end at the request. Request of macy's employees many of whom had just emigrated to America from Europe along to celebrate their new home in nineteen twenty seven the gigantic balloons. That are now. The signature element of the parade made their first appearance with the help of helium. The balloon replaced the zoo animals. That were frightening to some children and the first balloons included cartoon tune characters like Felix the cat at the conclusion of the parade. The giant balloons were released into the air in nineteen twenty eight. macy's began offering the one hundred dollar reward for any returned balloons which were fixed with the return address label in nineteen thirty one pilot. Colonel Clarence e chamberlain snagged a balloon with his airplanes wings leading to a ban on retrieval by airplanes the following year and after the nineteen thirty two parade another pilot attempted to capture a balloon in nearly crashed leading macy's to discontinue releasing the balloon loons at the parade's end in nineteen thirty four celebrities became an important element of the parade but senior actor. Eddie Cantor joining the event that year. The the Mickey Mouse Helium Balloon was also introduced that you're parade goers from nineteen forty two to nineteen forty four. The prey was cancelled because of the shortage of helium and rubber during world world. War Two those three years. The only time that the celebration has ever been called off when the prey returned nineteen forty five. It was broadcast on television for the first time time and was bigger than earlier versions. But the floats didn't achieve their current spectacle status until nineteen sixty nine when Manfred Bass began creating them best asked designed to them so that they could be flattened their trip through the Holland tunnel they were then reassembled during the predawn hours of the parade. Today macy's begins planning planning for the parade at least a year in advance and includes float and balloon creation celebrity booking volunteer coordination and training for clowns and balloon handlers. As the prayed it grows closer. The preparations get more intense in two thousand. Nineteen macy's celebrating. Its Ninety Third Parade with twenty six floats sixteen giant helium character balloons and forty heritage and novelty balloons and eleven marching bands. But let's talk about those balloons a former tootsie roll factory in Hoboken New Jersey just across the river from New York City. The balloons are created by the macy's parade studio. It all starts with a pencil sketch. Aerodynamic and engineering consultants assist calculations to make sure the balloon will fly properly exact scale replicas. One made out of clay and one painted model are fashioned before the actual balloon is cut out fabric. Each balloon. has several chambers and includes a zipper and inflation device and a high pressure valve flight. Inflation and deflation tests are run and cosmetic adjustments are made. Finally finally the balloon can appear in the parade up to a year after the process began balloons. These days are constructed of polyurethane though they used to be made of rubber since the switch from air to helium these behemoth balloons have coasted along with a big dose of help from Volunteer Balloon Wrangler. But it hasn't always been that easy to keep the balloons afloat. In nineteen fifty-eight the balloons were filled with air and hoisted by cranes onto trucks. Due to a helium shortage and poor weather conditions kept the balloon from being inflated at all in nineteen seventy one the balloons dimensions vary but most are about five six stories high and somewhere around sixty feet long and thirty feet wide. Each balloon needs around Ninety D.. Handlers in all their around two three thousand balloon handlers for the prayed these handlers must weigh at least one hundred and twenty pounds and be in good health of those only a few hundred team leaders are required to attend training though all are invited. Training includes lessons on dynamics geometry and physics then Blantyre's practice handling one of the big balloons on a field. The team leaders include an overall leader pilot captain and two drivers a police officer marches with each balloon own handlers. Hold the ropes to guide the balloon and each balloon is also tethered to two eight hundred pound. Utility vehicles instruments that measure the speed of wind. called called a Momma's I think are mounted on Poles at key points along the route and each one is monitored with a portable computer by a police officer in a New York City office of Emergency Management Representative. Well before the prayed begins objects that could obstruct balloons including arms of lamp posts traffic signal. Polls streetlights and trees are either altered or removed on the eve of the parade. The balloons and floats are brought. To New York City. Setup begins by six. AM Thanksgiving Day. The balloons and floats are ready to go. And prayed. Great participants take their places for the nine. AM prayed start. After the parade floats are mmediately disassembled. Balloons deflated. An all returned to their warehouse in hoboken again. Today's episode was written by Kathleen Sealer Naree and produced by Tyler. Clang brain stuff is the production of iheartradio's how stuff works for more on this and lots of other well-coordinated topics visit our home. Planet has two forks dot com and for more podcasts from iheartradio visit by heart radio. APP Apple Apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows.

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New fire breaks out in the hills north of Los Angeles

News, Traffic and Weather

01:04 min | 1 year ago

New fire breaks out in the hills north of Los Angeles

"New fire burning in the hills north of Los Angeles famous Getty center has destroyed homes help is on the way from Washington state as fire crews and equipment from several agencies make their way south almost Carlene Johnson reports hundreds of fire crews from all over Washington state fire trucks and other equipment or traveling today to join the fight against several large fires across California Dave McDaniel with eastside fire and rescue says the call for help came Sunday along with the straight team leader there's five type three three types express truck so they're they're the specially equipped brush trucks usually four wheel drive that can go offroad now was the specific requests from from California they wanted brush units that can go offroad Benton county fire chief like clicks itself from the tri cities is also on the way today we ask for help and and we get help from all over the place to show this is an opportunity for us to pay back to our printer down to border to way to try to help them in a bad day firefighters from here could be deployed up to two weeks Carling Johnson comma

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"team leader" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"team leader" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"They're not gonna anna disadvantage him. It's just that there will be whichever driver is the better shot of the championship will be the one who has the run at the championship. If the gardener this weekend is important vessel because this this could be his last chance to win a race this year and no track. There's an obvious for retracted after this no exactly so worst case in ferrari is not drive a wins this weekend but often driving so each other that would be that you know that is very true. We should cy i if you've got one one young driver trying to establish himself as team leader in the old town trying to hang onto not neither of them a reckless <unk> but it doesn't have a bad relationship but these things spill oh yeah exactly that the conditions of <unk> exactly so it's going to be very very interesting to see how this weekend pans is out my money personally. If i was going to bet on for this weekend i would. I would stake. You're on claire. Iveta because form is with the momentum is with the cleric. He can't underestimate vacation. The vets will have to win because a win for ferrari at monza is such a big thing and there would be if he can effectively can go out control the weekend from i practice put it on pole position on then win from paul that that will that will send a really really strong message because people will underestimate. I'm sure we'll undervalue the quality of the wind because ferrari track blah blah blah uh but declares proven himself to be really miserable force in his first year ferrari which is not an easy thing disabled list ration- on veteran needs to get one over ronin basically i if it doesn't happen here then it could be completely winless season for fertile which is something that must have only ever happened twenty twentyfold savings so the only of nice sixteen as well of course in the ferrari when they when they started in fat sixteen ferrari didn't build on fifteen. It was less impressive season from vessel because again. He's not seem to be less training. Is there again isn't it. You can say i'm an offset before and during during this round that he just needs one weekend of things come together and maybe that left rattle an italian grand prix went in front of the suffic- could be a big boost of him so that she someone's emotional ex exactly so. I don't think we underestimate bethel. He is a he is a great driver and i think he's rather undervalued by people to be quite honest uh and i i think the people have gotta vattel as a character as a little bit of skier as well. I feel like that means we see less of him and whereas you goal lewis hamilton now who we can really see he's grown into this kind of statesmen role informative and he's great for outreach informative one and he's and he's really really come into his own. I think showing house of how to do things because that's the kind of character hamilton as battles a very different kind of carrots and i think the people so the painting almost this yes <hes> the negative view of is justified and the way that this is gonna. It's just been munition to the people that have that sort of false idea them exactly exactly i mean he's made mistakes of course and he's he has aspen outperforms. Class has been the more impressive drive about you know. Let's let's not underestimate. It's cutting into your exercise time it stabbing you in the back.

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"team leader" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"team leader" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Can you really justify prioritize inventory leclerc next year so has that'll ice is now starting this weekend monday because 'cause he's now every year since he won a rice helps account the econ- 'cause he didn't win it. <hes> he's eight racist to save his reputation has is team leader starting with this weekend yeah and the the whole thing about saint leaders such as the team will get behind the driver. That's almost always the case the only time that i will be very very brief transition periods. It's where you've got a new force taking the old should we should we say so yeah. That'll needs to raise his guy. We have to be catholic athol because do fundamental a bit puzzling because when he's at his best he's now standing driver. He's done some great things in formula. One then i got fed up with people just thinking is red bull years. He just flipped into championships and it was was easy because he wasn't he was driving brilliantly at times doing really really great things tones of harare. He has done as well. That'll i think needs to show that he can deal with a situation where new drivers coming in and out with them which he didn't do so well with ricardo red bull outlet soham moving on early early from <hes> from redlener although say that he might try and do the same from ferrari now and try and go back to read the lola whether that would be wise given staff and this team is is another question. I'm not sure that would be a a great move. He's a he's fifty. Two grand prix wins full world championships a wealth of experience so he's not to be underestimates. I think it comes astounds. Does i think we've talked about before. Does he really still have an him to daycare. Extra bit dave lex young hungry driver. He's getting his first <music> shot in a in a big team he's making it work vattel of course came into the season expecting to fight for the championship and it's been a little bit of a a dump squib for him and i do feel that when as we've seen in his years at ferrari if i even going about twenty four sane when things haven't been quite as expects it. He's tended to struggle a little bit more. Oh not be able to take a day when things have gone better. Sometimes he lifts himself so that's interesting but what vattel does need to do right is shove over this this policies that he can do what he needs to do to be at the same level of clark wait to be something different sought between the two and swing weekends another well what we saw in in in qualifying last week in belgium was a little bit of a microcosm for his ferrari spell because whereas the clay was super confident and it was just like you know what just send send mail does not around finding a tow. It might cost me some overrule tom but i just need to get out on track with a really good. I can get this poll up on my own to send send me out. I don't wanna risk compromise matar's or anything like this and as it turns out the the position he ended up in on circuit. I think he did pick up tow for. I don't know if he atoned set does one on and free but he talks afterwards about he ended up. The position of the cars many got one to a degree anyway but that wasn't the point. The point was claire was able to just say to the team right. Whenever if the calls ready sent me off my phone run vessel was a little bit on the opposite side. He was part of that group that was really grinding to a halt olmos. I'm trying to make sure that they were in a position where i would get the title of someone in front of them and he ended up compromising his his ties and his temperature and that sort of scuppered the law uh-huh why ended up so far scruffy middlesex as well which seems trombone on traffic will convince me he was no closer to the current fundamental clay was to the car in front.

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"team leader" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

The Meb Faber Show

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"team leader" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

"But yeah, How was he was the employer was the end of the bench? Are you kidding me? With the catcher, you know. He was a team leader for sure I would I would have pegged him for a third or first baseman. I wouldn't pick up catcher while he was a catcher. That's he was definitely a team leader. No. That's awesome. That's a great way to start to end the podcast. We always ask people the following question as you look back on your career. And this could be personal this could be prior to done. This could be done. This could be anything imaginable. We always like to ask people what their most memorable investment or trade was could be a big winner. It could be a big loser could be neither could just be something that sticks in your head. Anything come to mind. Yeah. I'll give you one dotted trade, particularly because you know, it's just a matter. So I don't take credit for any of the traits. We'd make there's a dent in my life. It's Dick's forward and has to do with me being done. Conversation between Bill and I so win Bill approach me about and done. You have to remember I was a partner and he paid for him. So I just been a partner for a year. And he said, look I'd like to hire one of your people. And I said, well that would be great. You know? I'd love it. If one of my guys was working for you. He said, well, I really was thinking about hiring. You my comment was well, I got a pretty good thing going here. I'm a partner in Virginia. I'm close to home. I hear I like it and his comment was well, that's okay. I'm not even sure you could really handle it. It's a great psychological trick right there. And then, you know, he told me wanted me to come down and and need everybody. I I've been down there two times a year for the last seven years. I think I know everybody. Just come down. Anyhow took about two seconds to say. Yes. So wrestling sister awesome. I love Marnie where can people find more information?.

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"team leader" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"team leader" Discussed on 710 WOR

"We see the dinner across on the sidewalk, I'm from where we came out of a sidestreet being where my team leaders worrying across the street to cover the governor upon which time, I see a guy in a rooftop. I take any fire. I was at the time on that the running. I think I links in my ammo and my goodness fired. I want of the guy at that point. By team leader yelled for me to grab the hurt. The turret the man that was indeterminate out blown up. I'm not gonna say his name. I'm Christopher Mason. Who's the one that's important right now, and we proceeded to grab him and walk across the street. Well, walking across the street with him. Something was telling me push through steps aside. Did that a few rounds by my hat, and definitely would have helped me and maybe? The first one we were carrying and the other soldiers, you wouldn't have been making this call today, Tanner. That's for sure I probably would've. But I definitely would've Jack my leg my backup by just I had a feeling all day that day something bad was going to happen and last minute. That's yeah. Yeah. Julia. What about like Sanders? Casey city was not in a good mood during this whole episode. Does that have anything to do with it? Does that hold back any pre cognitive abilities because he obviously had some because it saved him. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So yeah, I wish we do all the good answers to questions. So more research has to be done in this area. And yeah. Where you have those pre cognitive compulsions, and they're really strong, and they're very clear, they're usually nothing nothing kind of hold them back. So so those are situations. So that's very different than the situation where you're trying to train yourself, and you're dealing with a picture or something this is a life or death situation. This is it's almost like the degree of importance of the of the event is communicates the strength of the signal. So this was an important event should probably has mood. It didn't matter. What could have been happy could've been could've been. You know, agitated when there's something that's out that is that important, and you have a close enough connection to yourself, and you can listen to a lot of it is listening to your body signals. Then you're able to perceive it, but that doesn't I I kind of like sheet saying those kind of things because I don't want people who have had bad things happen to them. Haven't had a free. I think that that shuts it down Julius stay with us. We're gonna come back, and let's talk about bad hunches and see what happens there. Do you have a photo that you think would interest the coast to coast audience? We're always on the hunt for unique and unusual images. For our photo gallery to.

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"team leader" Discussed on Women at Work

Women at Work

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"team leader" Discussed on Women at Work

"Made my performance better. It's made my attitude better. It has made me more effective at what I do. I think there's civil reasons for that, but the people that gave it to me, I trusted. I had a relationship with, so I knew that they were supportive about my development about micro about me being good. So I trusted those individuals and that made the world of difference. So what kind of prep should we be doing before we approach someone to ask them for feedback? Think a little bit about one is the appropriate time for me the appropriate times and there are several, I think number one during a performance review that's important to be real clear about what you want, what you need a will kind of development are you looking for after major project is critical to be able to ask the person that was responsible. Team leader, the manager particularly view of the sport in it. What worked start with what works. I always like to start with what's working, what's working, what could have I done more of to make me more of value to the team to meet me more value to the project to make me better to make me more effective on the other thing is I'm not sure that I just pop into my manager's office and say, I'm looking for feedback. Think you need to be real clear about which which you're looking for feedback for in, you know you and your managers should have had a conversation during the performance review about what your goals are for that Knicks performance period so that you can check in periodically with your manager and say, okay, how am I doing that might be face to face that might be over a Cup of coffee. It depends on, you know, when you think is the best time, timing is everything. We think it's a best time for you manager. It's not. When he or she is, you know, busy at work or has a major project going on. It's not when there's a crisis in the organization. It's not when your manager is distracted. You really want to have some quality time doesn't have to be quantity, but it doesn't need to be some. I believe, some solid quality time ELO. What should we be doing during the conversation to make sure we're getting the best feedback you need to be listening. I was still people, body language speaks volumes. So if you're one of these people that are all closed up and your folded in your legs across in your arms are cross? No, because you're basically saying to the individual giving you feedback..

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"team leader" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"team leader" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"And that was so cool because of expected that I would live up to the potential that I have and expectations that he had. And we want half the races and got hyphen ship. And it's also just recognizing that confidence in me also helps. But then there have been other teams where I just feel like I have to show all the workum putting in and you know, learn to kind of be able to joke with them or be able to. It depends on what the individual needs are. Now something I've learned over the past couple years, like how do identify the individual needs of everyone. My team, whether they need to pump them up and really raw raw and just get excited or if it's a more methodical approach until them what I've done for prep for the whole week. So he kind of have to be this incredible team leader. I think that's what women are so good, I think are really good at it soon that multitasking and being, you know, emotionally connected to the people around them. And I think like that is like your secret sauce. I had narrow. Or so talented, but like I can imagine that if you are a pit crew, no matter if you are a a male or female. If you're a member of a pit crew that you want to be seen, you wanna be like kind of taking care of in a away and also like riled up by your leader, you know, and there's all of these things that may be, and I don't know. I don't know as like a male racecar driver, but I can imagine that sometimes the adrenaline of what's going on, they might lose the sense of, you know, these are humans like helping these mission go, but I don't know. They're plenty of, yeah, plenty of male drivers who are you? They're known for being credible, but I think also some of it goes to, you know, just even knowing how to celebrate when there's a win. I don't feel like necessarily guys are always comfortable celebrating the way they would when there's a women around or. You know, kind of keeping people in check him. What I've just tried to do is like treat me like the person that you would wanna be treated as you know. And if I try to be open with my team and and like open for feedback and try to be as human as possible, like a, here's what I think we need us a team, please let me know what you think I to do as driver like if you need something else from me, let me know. And I just try to set that standard that it should be that open communication and you know, we should be comfortable because we all we all have the goal to win. Right, right. And so if we can make everyone better, you'll make us all better as a team, and then we're more likely to win and then everyone's happy. So kind of gathering everyone up to see that common goal shore. Did you have any setbacks during that time, like as you were kind of transitioning from Formula one to NAS car, Sunni thing that sticks out as kind of like a turning point? It was a pretty slow transition. Like while I was in college, I only race during the summer, so it was just numb vigils little bit slower. And I think there wasn't there weren't huge setbacks beyond. Like normal season lulls. Like, you know, even that season where I wanna championship, we had two races to three races in a row where we didn't perform as much as well as we wanted. And we had a crash that hurt us and we had an issue with technical components. And so just learning how to rile everyone back up and you know that perseverance is super important and optimism. And luckily I think I'm very optimistic person, and so that's I think that's helped. And that's been kind of contagious teams. But the transition me, it's different, very different style of driving and different style of racing. But I've always raced so many different types of vehicles in my career that I feel like I doubted decently well. I wanna go back a little bit because it's really interesting to me that your parents like raised a daughter to be so confident and competitive in a healthy way. I'm just like curious, like as you when you look back like what really worked in your upbringing and also like, what do you feel like if you're gonna have kids or maybe.

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"team leader" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"team leader" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"She's great for everything peggy collinses are investing team leader for bloomberg news and you can follow peggy as i know i do on twitter at m k m collins peggy it's a pleasure to have you here and the topic is trade wars and what i thought was interesting as you kind of did a little bit of a roundtable with experts in the world of investing to find out what they believe trade wars will do for people's investments were to their investments rather that's right so of course big news this week tariffs coming out from china in the us and the battle between the countries and of course today we've seen a lot of news around the potential for trade war in between the us and uk and europe so we are team asked a lot of different high profile experienced investors in terms of mutual fund players as well as wealth managers what do they actually do at these times are they stress testing their portfolios how how do you position for that a couple of key takeaways is that many of them said they're actually looking at the bigger picture economic data so we talked to rebecca patterson cio of bessemer trust basically she said we see the markets move lot on trump tweets when there's incremental things going on but it doesn't really tend to last very long so what they really stress test the portfolios foreign are looking at are the jobs numbers the economic data so that was one of the key takeaways the other one was that rates may we may see some moves and raised and that's something to wash so danfoss longtime fixed income investors investor up at luna sales in boston said you know the this could be bad news for business and it could intersect with what the fed is trying to do that's something we heard from jerome powell the fed chair this week to that they're really starting to look at how these trade wars could impact inflation and whether businesses spend or they retract in the uncertainty i want to ask you about eric friedman chief investment office us bank wealth management because at least he was able to zero in a little specifically i thought that was fascinating to him he was basically saying watch out for if some of these trade wars and tariffs really tackle tech that's a lot of teas but essentially he was saying that if it comes down to are starting to hurt the tech companies we could really see rattle the markets and why is that it's because the tech companies have really been the ones carrying snp for a lot of not only this year but the last several years though as a key takeaway for him and they keep going back to the idea that earnings are great so that will offset any of the big problems in trade and tariff negotiations but they keep thinking about china but it's not just trade with china its trade with mexico trade with canada trade with the european union is the united states really an island it's absolutely not and i do think to your point pen that's one of the things that shortterm wise maybe it won't hurt and i immediately and you'll see people really pull money out of the market or pc people be up in arms because prices are rising on on the goods that they buy every day but what about if china has starts to go different directions right so where do you source your soybean somewhere else your us products somewhere else exactly or create new ties with different countries and then they don't need us when all of a sudden we decide we wanna go another way one other thing that i've been thinking about a lot is how long will it take for the consumers in the us to feel any of this pain if there is some of it from the battle back and forth when lots of people are seeing prices rise on things like housing but when you think of consumer goods like sports apparel when you're buying on amazon people have recently just felt the prices go down down down down down so it will it will be interesting to see how some of these price changes trickle through the markets and how fast it'll definitely be interesting based on turning over products that you might purchase at walmart or on when you receive them from amazon or any of the.

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"team leader" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"team leader" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"To bungle this all the way through to fortune five hundred companies you know it's one of those things that that obvious thing to say is that we need team work to do anything important and whereas that is obvious it's surprising how little there is in terms of how a little treatment it gets in terms of new psychology new things that we're learning about human behavior we're still stuck on you know especially in the business world we're stuck on these this shit that we have from the sixties and seventies about how humans should work together in teams that a lot of it is out of date or has been disproven so i got kind of hooked on you know with the other stuff that i've written it's often explorations of myths and whether they're true and what the nuances are so i started getting on this kick about human collaboration and in part because of the company i was running seeing my job turned into team leader and not just guy who makes things and in part because you look around at the world and you just kind of see all the potential energy that we have together all the you know we can communicate with anyone and we live on top of each other and you know this is great sort of mixing and melting pots of the way that cities are growing and just the world in general we can all now deal with each other and collaborative we want but it just seems to be leading to more problems so i became interested in that that paradox that has sort of always existed but is now really acute now which is that when different humans come together they can make amazing things together or they can foil each other which is kind of what happens yeah it does it does that is what happens because what what i know is member when we're in college in or law school where i went as well and it's like we're gonna have a group project no one was like oh great this is gonna be awesome everyone's like oh come on oh my god yeah and then the professors like you're going to have to do this a lot in the workplace and it's like yeah and it's going to suck there too and there's always gonna be somebody who's a laggard and then i remember getting assigned group projects in.

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"team leader" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"team leader" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Those members of both those communities okay and so a lot of this is about giving your mind right about building your mind and make it a tougher learning how to recognize situations how to speak basically get yourself into action one of the things you mentioned here i think it would grab people's attention you got line if you go to guns you failed what do you mean and that does when i speak often you know i have i get hired as a speaker keynote speaker on various occasions and when i when i go over that part of the the presentation when you go to guns you failed you could hear a pin drop because i thought you were a gun guy and i am and and and you know we as part of my work as a protective agent i'm out there doing assignments where i you know i'm assigned to keep a certain person safe and we had a a team leader one time who said to us if you boys go to guns you failed and i never forgot that because it just stuck in my head because of you know we had to qualify with weapons systems and if you don't reach a certain level of qualification you can't even you're not eligible to go on the assignment so were really important in fact skills with firearms skills was paramount so when he said that to us we just looked at him like he had antlers coming out of the side of his head what are you talking about he he explains it he said look you guys are out there and he says you're you're doing your work now you your first response is you go to guns and start sending around down range well guess what bad guys are going to send around back at you.

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"team leader" Discussed on The Marie Forleo Podcast

The Marie Forleo Podcast

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"team leader" Discussed on The Marie Forleo Podcast

"Layers and that may be something that you need to start looking for either understanding if there is someone on your team who is a natural managerleader who can train and continued to bring up all of your staff and keep them on track and keep them inspired and really lead them to result or if you're going to take on that role and i would say you are going to take on that role you're going to need someone else to run with you who is also highly creative and visionary because you will reach the point where you can't do it all you just can't your and so when my reach that point in my business i was really fortunate enough to be able to find someone and higher her and she's an extraordinary leader and then so many other folks on my team as well we all developed ourselves to be team leader so that people can take projects to completion on their own they can train other team members bring them up train the bit to be leaders behalf to really keep that in mind especially as you're going ahead otherwise the risk you run is of doing nothing well and never having that time to keep that higher vision to keep things moving forward because there's only so long the keep all the plate spinning right rose so keep that in mind to you i think that's another big bang and then i would say finally one other tip i've talked about this before on murray tv but i think it's so important is understanding your team strengths understanding their love language if you haven't watched at episode go reward shit because everyone is motivated in different ways and the key to making sure that your team is performing at their top top level is to make sure that you understand how their bestmotivated how they feel appreciated and you really get with their strengths are so you're not putting stuff on their plate every day that they're like yeah they're doing it because they love you but it's not there genius own and eventually they don't make a live.

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"team leader" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"team leader" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"We we we beset up a story and we ask your opinion so much your life has a navy seal was taking orders getting the job done you know what i mean it's like he was like is it fair to say to you know not questioning you know the it was a mission you had a mission you had to get it done you weren't about your opinions so what's italy now your new life where people come to you and ask you you're not necessarily not our opinions we we dig you to a point where they would tell us what the objective wasn't than they would give us the latitude aspach allow traders to decide how to do it and even we will split it up in do like i was a team leader at the elite seal team we would split up our troops into three teams with three team that are so that we voted on it there would be a definite gore nogo criteria type thing so we would take the advice even period valuation typed down up top down we we listen to ourselves we have that we had that luxury or fighting on our terms a lot of the times there you had more atat an autonomy then mo yes people as well i'll tell you in the book the operator to the our jobs one is as dangerous as a lot of people out there lobbies marines a lot of these soldiers airman men and women walking through minefields in southern afghanistan their jobs way more dangerous than ours was because they're the people that hey you will go there you will patrol to contact you will take that village that's dangerous and in an an unfortunate just some the spots i've been i've got a platform were at least i can tell people about them because they don't they don't necessarily have that platform a lot of people don't know what they're doing out there so there there are people risking a lot more than we did you guys are like you're going in and getting out in most cases ready at like today in the same period of darkness like we don't want to insert in the day we don't want to extract during the day i want to get an dust believe before dawn now so much to this stuff is you know the immediately when you are and if you guys have questions for rebel nieto and i say rob i called rob you are in.

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