35 Burst results for "Team Leader"

Greenland Island Is World's Northernmost Island

BBC Newsday

00:51 sec | Last month

Greenland Island Is World's Northernmost Island

"In the architects say they've inadvertently discovered the world's most Northern Ireland. The Danish and Swiss team revealed that they thought was that they were in a different place until they checked their position and found they were on a previously undiscovered 30 square meter agglomeration of mud and rock. Mike Sanders has more details. The scientists flew by helicopter to what they thought was Kodak Island to collect samples, no great excitement there. That tiny outcrop has been known about since 1978 but when they checked their position with the Danish official in charge of registering Arctic islands There were 800 M further north. Team leader Martin Rush of the University of Copenhagen said they were standing on land closer to the North Pole than anyone had been on before. The team suggests calling it attack Havana like meaning the northernmost island in Greenlandic, an

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Fits and Starts: SARS-CoV-2's Origin

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:43 min | Last month

Fits and Starts: SARS-CoV-2's Origin

"The delta strain of the corona virus is completing its journey around the world today cases in new zealand spiked after. It hitched a ride from australia. But what about the original variant. The patient zero. What geneticists call the wild type before mutations made it more infectious its origins are still a mystery. Probably jumped from an animal to a human but the alternatives simply haven't been ruled out this week. The leader of the world health organization's mission to china said the answer could be research work. Gone wrong the. Who has asked china for permission to examine to corona virus. Labs in the city of wuhan. china refused. It's a question that won't go away and the answer isn't just about this. Pandemic it's crucial for navigating or even avoiding the next one from our estimates about fifteen million people so far have died of covert nineteen around the world and despite this the has been no thorough international investigation of how this virus originated in china at the end of two thousand. Nineteen natasha loader. Is the economists health policy editor. Who convened study that issued a report in march this year is really widely seen as being fatally flawed and thought the team leader from the international scientists side. Recent negree over some of its key conclusions. When you say fatally flawed. What do you mean. Well fundamentally the mission never had abroad investigation as part of its terms of reference.

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Best-Practices for Discovering Valuable AI Opportunities

AI in Business

02:15 min | 5 months ago

Best-Practices for Discovering Valuable AI Opportunities

"So adam blad to have you back with us here on the program. I really enjoyed our last chat about these strategic advantage of data. We've got a couple of good topics to start with today. I wanted to kick us off on the theme of building executive. Ai fluency the show including your last episode to try to get smarter and be able to enable this stuff in their business when you think about you know executive teams leaders who might not be technical building a affluency wiz that involve for you. What do people have to learn to make stuff work. Yeah thanks for having me back then. A good question. I think about in terms of sort of a constellation of potential business problems that you would want to attack with ai on the one hand and then a bunch of data on the other hand and the process of assessing those business problems assessing the data and then assessing the potential bridges between the two. And that's the sort of image that i have in my head when i think about identifying a opportunities We can dig it on each of those so if you think about the sort of business needs like what are the brake problems to target with machine learning with the mostly you're looking for a well formed problems with measurable impact so i sort of negative example would be. I just wanna understand my business better. Well okay i. What are the units of understanding here and how. It actually measure. Whether or not. I've accomplished us. You can certainly slice up that problem and find good sort of a opportunities within that problem. But as a general like that's the project it's not really well formed and doesn't have measurable impact a good example would be something like i want to reduce the average time it takes a user to perform some specific task and in fact that's a great example from a class of problems that are often really good targets for machine learning inside of a product which is still look for user friction or look for dead ends basically any place where a user is asked to make a decision or perform some repetitive tasks. Those are good opportunities for automation. And i think this is maybe sort of unsexy application of ai. But it's a really good one at a lot of people on a chase after the shiny new product or the shiny new feature. Those are usually more expensive and harder to get traction for but if you look at all of the places in your product where repetitive workflows or really just unpleasant or difficult for users. those are great

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How Custom IT Training Helps Diversify Businesses

Technologist Talk

02:03 min | 6 months ago

How Custom IT Training Helps Diversify Businesses

"Technology is now come to the forefront. It's not just that. It department in the back corner of the office. Technology is driving the company. Technology needs to work with. The ceo of the company needs to work with the chief. Marketing officer needs to work with. Hr needs to work with the sales managers. Definitely the business acumen and the networking and the connections and being strategic and being a good team builder and a good team leader and you have to keep learning. This is another that. I love about the industries that every year new technologies are being introduced. I heard a stat very recently. That ninety percent of the jobs that we need in tech in five years have not even been invented yet. That's how fast this market is going. So nancy what is more important than your tech careers at the tech business akunin or the hard tech skills versus a soft business skills. And what do you think is the most important for technologists. Overall as technology starts coming out of their cubicles in the back office and engaging more with the business managers the soft skills are becoming more and more important. You have to be approachable. You have to focus on building relationships and building a network and making sure you're connecting with people. You need to be reliable. You really need to build your personal brand reputation and if you want to be successful and grow your career. You have to be very intentional about it every day. You have to be so careful that you're not just phoning it in and doing the job you have to think every day is an opportunity to learn something and to show people what you know what you've learned and at county attack were really gonna focus on helping the communication skills presentation skills and learning to be a little bit more strategic and how to build relationships and connect with people. You're definitely going to need those soft skills to be successful

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Optimizing Your Time and Business Strategy with Rocket Station

Marketing Genius

05:41 min | 8 months ago

Optimizing Your Time and Business Strategy with Rocket Station

"I am beyond excited for the second time to welcome back. Mr robert nichols a ceo and founder of rocket station. They are an incredible company. And i'm excited to talk about some of the different ways that you can implement In a service like rocket station using virtual assistance in those extra savings. In your business to help you grow helping create labyrinth. Help you kinda take things to the next level. So robert man. Thanks for jet on the podcast. Read so excited to be back up. haven't me. I don't know if i consider myself a marketing genius. But i'd love your podcast. I love the show. And i learned so much from listening to you in doing to be a part of your organization. So thank you for letting us be on the show today and let me be here. I really appreciate your time and excited to be here. I really appreciate it. I think that You don't necessarily have to be a marketing genius to help. People look like marketing. Genius isn't as one of my favorite things about your company because we've been talking for months especially if you've been listening if you've been following me for any amount of time. The last six to eight months. We've been beating marketing content creation. Those things over the head because we think that it is so important for agents team leaders broker owners types things to go out there and build a brandon and create leverage. I think that's something that the top producers in every market seemed to understand that maybe the people that are chasing top producers. Don't and it's one of the things. I love about your company. Let's dive into it so when we're talking about creating content and doing those types things a lot of agents think lights just can't do all the stuff in typically true like you can't you got to negotiate deals you gotta read contracts yet you all these things. How am i supposed to create the type of leverage so that i can put out content consistently. How am i supposed to post on social all the time. How am i supposed to create the pictures graphics in the videos. How do we do all those things. So i wanna ask you like. What is the kind of rocket station process if you will for helping agents only create content but create multiple pieces of content in industry. That so that they can build their brand agents are are are busy and they've got a lot to do in there there certain tasks that are in the day that a lot more important than others right like going on a listing appointment or showing a buyer a home for them to move into is most agents third their highest and best use of time. And that that's where they make all their money so to slow down and and create more content or try to put more effort into generating where business on the front end seems sometimes like an overwhelming thing. So usually people come to us with the with a couple frustrations. It's either they don't have enough time to create the content that they need or they started creating content and putting it out and now they're getting results from their marketing. People are calling in the back in. They're getting overwhelmed with trying to fulfil what they're creating so we are fortunate to get to work with some of the best agents in the country that everybody's heard of the top agents in the entire country. I personally get to learn from those people as low. And then it's awesome to see some of the smaller agents implement the same strategies techniques that that work so for us. We we really see that agents that really focus on creating the content right may name you. As long as there's a camera filming. You don't have to edit you. don't you. don't have to reproduce you. Don't have to repurpose right. So we really liked to pay the overwhelming piece of that content creation. First off your play so most of our clients most agents we work with. They're not afraid to them. Quick videos they're not afraid to rights and stuff out there willing and able to do that but we're most people fall down is the implementation. How do we chop up this interview by team will chop up and this will be a whole bunch of peace of every time you make a great quote on here we will cut it out. It'll be a name right. And if i happen to say anything of any value hopefully there's eighteen years we will cut that up and it will be maine's in gifts in there will be hunting creative plus we will go twenty thirty minutes here so this will be three four five video segments for us to be able to use so for me personally. I'm ice shelf. I spent thirty minutes talking to you. Grant team will then go splice this content into a ton of different pieces and it's the same thing with their agents whether their meetings whether they're doing marketing falls whether they're doing straight up marketing videos like you teach in the formula that you give people if people create just the baseline on and we can really help you re purpose data and create a whole library of content from one interview in the example. I gave last time. We talked on the facebook live. Is we had a client in one interview. They got turned into thirty seven pieces upon dan thirty seven. He's from once. Why because the agent was focused and locked in just doing her job and we were able to separate that out in all the content out so it's the momentum behind them the leverage really doesn't have to be all of your personal. I'm it just said you can help. Create some of the court context than teams. Like ours can help you get it out. There get posted a shot down the all the all the editing all the things that happen to make it all pretty look professional. It's very easy to get someone like us to do that. So i think agents get overwhelmed when you hear this message up and you've got to create content and do all the words to get it out and then have it consists. That's too far. Teams like can actually come in. There's still all of that

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Cyberpunk 2077: CD Projekt Issues Statement

Kinda Funny Games Daily

04:17 min | 10 months ago

Cyberpunk 2077: CD Projekt Issues Statement

"Executives at polish video game publisher project s a took responsibility for the buggy release of the highly anticipated titles. Cyberpunk twenty seventy seven this week telling staff on friday in an email obtained by bloomberg that they will receive their full bonuses no matter how the game is reviewed previously. Cd project developers were told they would receive extra pay based on the game's critical performance. Cyberpunk twenty seventy seven. Which came out. Thursday is one of one of the year's biggest games and a monumental relief for the polish publisher which only makes a few titles every few years may only make new titles every few years the sci-fi role playing game sold more than eight million copies in preorders before launch and has been acclaimed for its mechanics and story but slammed for the number of glitches bucks as a friday cyberpunk. Twenty seventy seven had had a ninety out of one hundred on the review. Aggregation website metacritic a strong score that has nonetheless disappoint shareholders if that score dips below ninety. It may no longer meet the threshold. That cd project had originally set for bonus payouts quote. We initially had a bonus system that was focused on the game's ratings and the and the release date but after consideration we believe that measure is simply not fair under the circumstance wrote Adam hausky studio head and creative director for cyberpunk twenty seventy seven an email the saf quote. We underestimated links an complexity involved to make this a reality and still you. You could to deliver an ambitious special game. End quote. The bonus system see project read. You are project. I'm sorry use for developers working on cyberpunk twenty seventy seven complicated every month. Team leaders at the company gave out tokens styled after the studios logo a red bird to members of their team. They felt deserved. According to three current and former employees those tokens would have been transferred into bonuses. If the game met certain criteria like critical acclaim in a timely release under the new system those payouts will be guaranteed. Even though cyberpunk twenty seventy seven was delayed and the review score has been mixed this performance. Bonus comes on top of regular annual profit. Sharing payouts tim What is your reaction to all of this way the you. Where are you right now on your cyberpunk journey. I know tomorrow we're recording. A games cast patriot. Dot com slash. Kind of funny games. It's you it's me. It's probably amy. It's going to be blessing. We're bringing in paris lily. We're gonna have everybody. They're talking about what they've done in cyberpunk. So i don't wanna i don't know is the kids say you know. Don't blow your load portillo. Even i mean just tell me a bit of what you think. I am absolutely loving cyberpunk twenty seventy seven when early shocking for me a lot of that again not to go too deep into this but it is surprisingly linear for me so far with with how i'm playing the game and on my l. This is actually. I'm i'm really digging story and i i am lucky enough to be playing it on a super high end computer with thirty eighty graphics cards so i'm not getting the problems that everyone else is getting. I'm still getting a ridiculous amount of bugs. Like crashes way too often and just the game is so buggy that i'm not sure sometimes if things are intended or not and like that to me is the biggest. Where am i something. We'll be having on my. Is that like a weird glitch affect supposed to be there because it cyberpunk or is there something wrong and it's gotten to the point that it is definitely hindering. My experience with it adds. I like the game. Don't love the game. that's and i i want to love the game. There's so much there but all of this fucking bullshit like regardless of my experience liking this game. It's like this game should not have shipped and the way that it shipped is ugly like this is all bad and this this letter here is. We've talked for years about wanting more transparency from developers from publishers. For everybody honestly everyone every side of it. This is fame transparency. This this is like a lies straight up lies. It's a fabrication of the reality of what their actual intent is this to say. This is even trying to save face. I think is going too far. Like i don't even truly understand the point of this statement.

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Biden introduces his pick to lead Defense Department

CNN Political Briefing

02:00 min | 10 months ago

Biden introduces his pick to lead Defense Department

"President-elect biden announced general. Lloyd austin as his pick for defense secretary which would make him the first black man to lead. The pentagon biden is also expected to nominate ohio congresswoman marcia fudge to run housing and urban development and former agriculture secretary. Tom vilsek to reprise his role of running. That department one takeaway here is that there is clearly a pattern form with biden's picks either a commitment to diversity with fudge and austin or experienced hand. Who can step in and do the job right away like with vilsek but there was another constant in violence picks a personal connection with the newly minted nominees biden serve with ville sack in the obama administration and has discussed how he met general austin while on trips afghanistan as vice president and continue to work with them today. It's my great honor. Really is an honor to add to my national security team leader of extraordinary courage character experience an accomplishment in a man who i've seen some of the or interesting parts of the world with vice president someone with whom i have worked closely for many years and i've seen perform the highest standards under intense pressure. Now that's not to say austin won't phase hurdles as we discussed yesterday. Some democratic senators like elizabeth. Warren are already signaling that they oppose granting austin the needed waiver for him to serve as defense secretary but just as important to biden is the fact. That austin had a relationship with his late son bo. He was both commanding officer in iraq and attended mass with the president's son. A relationship with bo was also a factor in biden's comma harris for vice president. All of these factors including the consideration of a personal relationship are at play in biden's last major cabinet. Pick to make attorney general. Cnn is reporting that senator. Doug jones judge merrick garland and sally. Yates are the top contenders with jones. Being the front runner

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The San Francisco 49ers Should Trade Jimmy Garoppolo Now

Papa and Lund

02:30 min | 11 months ago

The San Francisco 49ers Should Trade Jimmy Garoppolo Now

"Young. Basically, just talk about what we've been talking about right? He basically said it comes down to whether Kyle can trust Jimmy completely right. That's that's what he said Well, and then Jimmy's gotta execute it. And it's just their evaluation of Ah, Jimmy Garoppolo and And I was thinking When Matt barrels was on has been covering the team a while. You know, it's just one of the worst days as far as injuries to find out, you know, Chill your offensive, Captain Zerg on your quarterback, and you're And you're arguably your best overall player. Certainly one of your team leaders who just gave Ah $75 million contract, too. And Have you had some bad days that second week of the year against the Jets when Nick Bozo went down and Solomon Thomas went down and Jimmy hurt. The ankle initially was pretty bad. So that was a bad day. And then you know, going back to Steve's career much his first game in 97. Warren Sapp knocked Concussed him and not Jerry out. Jerry. Try to come back later, and it turned out to be worse and Steve did come back. So there's been some bad days and days of Steve Young. You know, when they first got here it was before Plan B Free agency, which was the first kind of soft entree. Into free agency in the NFL. You know, you could have Joe Montana, Steve Young and Steve Bono. When that was your three and a quarter back room, just incredible. And you know, the Raiders said Ah, Lamonica, Landa and Stabler all other same team. I mean, you just don't have that luxury. So the reason we're talking about this is the finances of it. And where Jimmy is that in the contract in the way they they front loaded the contractors. They had salary cap room at the beginning, so they They can make a choice here financially. Take it out from under Jimmy Garoppolo is even talking about before the year even started. I don't think this is really anything. I knew Jimmy has no more guaranteed money in his contract after this year, and the 40 Niners would have Tio suffer a two point million dollar dead, cap it if they trade him. Or release him. So I would much rather release him are partly trade him, then release him. But also the timing of this. The new league year will start. And you don't have to make any call on Jimmy Garoppolo. D have somebody on the hooker in the building or signed to a contract to be able to do that. So if you are going to replace him, you have to have somebody to replace him with And you're not going to do that now. I mean, it's just an exercise there. We're gonna play now that they do. Look at people They do look at contracts and they do look at who's possibly available and all that's in play. Now

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Warriors' new jerseys are a nod to the team's 'We Believe' era

Mark Thompson

00:29 sec | 11 months ago

Warriors' new jerseys are a nod to the team's 'We Believe' era

"Playing at San Francisco's Chase Center now, But the Golden State Warriors have not for gotten from whence they came. The team unveiled their new Oakland forever jerseys that they'll wear during some games next season. Team leaders say Oakland is and always will be part of the Warriors identity. But the Jersey unveiling comes as the team takes its case over $47 million in back rent that the Oakland Coliseum Authority says the team still owes To the state Supreme Court. Gatherings

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"team leader" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"team leader" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"Then they'll find out they'll do a public search, your contact information, and they'll obviously ask if you want to sell it and that's smart I mean really are being opportunistic. So really at the end of the day guys I know it's tempting to want to kick your feet up on your proverbial desk and just sort. Of Coast for the rest of the year but please don't do that in if you're not building momentum into next year that need you're going to have to build momentum at the same time everybody else's which means it's going to be ten x harder because you're then having to compete more and then there's so much noise in the channel from so many other agents offering so many different things and again you add in the buyers and the rest of it, and we do have a fresh topic for you guys today and the topic is, yes. The topic is actually also from the Harris rules, but this is actually part of the appendix in the Appendix I have all kinds of interesting little you know maybe not as long as chapter but things that are going to help them. This is called seven qualities of the best brokers, managers, team leaders, and I like to add also coaches would be in that category. So what are the qualities you're actually looking for in a broker or a team leader? So so before Jila gets to her I point I, wonder mind all of you guys we are still accepting people into the free coaching program, and if you want to be part of the free, coaching program just text, the word survival to three, one, nine, nine, six, text, the word survival two, three, one. Nine, nine, six I think by the end of this year will have had over ten thousand agents joined the Free Coaching Program. So you definitely want to get on board with that, and now here's the cool thing about their free coaching program. We were just talking about building momentum into the new year and we're obviously going to get back to the topic for today, show the building momentum to the new year. Some of you don't know how to do it..

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"team leader" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

09:03 min | 1 year ago

"team leader" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

"And that's what we're talking about today. It's a critical leadership transition now at should give you a little bit of background on what this actually means. In the integral leadership development model, it's core premise is that as adults we continue to grow and evolve who knew. We don't just reach eighteen and go on a static plateau. We can actually grown evolve, and specifically our values can change. Our perspective can change and how we act in the world can change. There's been a lot of research by the likes of Bill, Torbert and Clare Graves and Ken wilber about these different stages of. Leadership maturity as they're called and each one as a particular set of values and as a collective known as a Worldview, and it affects how we operate as leaders. And one of the most familiar ones you'll you can identify readily for yourself is that when we start out in our careers, we build a huge base of knowledge whether let's say a lawyer and learning how to be a lawyer and we get five, six, seven, eight years under our belt, and then we are asked to take on more responsibility because we've been so successful in our area of expertise, and typically that means being promoted to a management. Rule and we've seen and heard it all before where people get promoted to beyond their ability. It's because the abilities that you need to be an expert in any subject matter are completely different than the abilities you need to manage team. So when you go from being star like a superstar and expert into the captain of the team, it's a totally different ballgame so to speak. So what happens during that transition and what do we need to pay attention to? How can we manage it better? Is particularly relevant for me at the moment as I'm putting together a program called high achievers and I'm taking a deep dive into this conundrum because it is pretty challenging when new managers get appointed, they find themselves floundering a little bit. Because they work out all of a sudden that whereas eighty percent of their work them on their own. Their new work is eighty percent of the time dealing with other people's problems. And it's a totally different kettle of fish and they work out that a lot of their job is around people and often there's this wistful longing for the days when they could just come into work do their own thing leave at the end of the day not be troubled by anyone else or any other problems except for their own. Well, it's time to pony up because the world of management and its next step into leadership is a totally different world and has different considerations. and. This is a pretty significant leadership maturity change and it's very destabilizing in very confronting. Now do you remember do you ever remember a time when you've been told something and your whole view of the world changed? One of the first things I can remember is when I found out that Santa Claus wasn't real now part of me Kana figured it wasn't real because it. Didn't make sense. It seemed a little bit far fetched. You want to believe as a five year old that this big fat man in a red suit comes down the chimney leaves you lots of gifts and there's plenty of evidence that that was the truth. The ate the cookies they drank the Sherry and there was a ton of presents under the tree that was my world anyway. So when I asked the question, my parents one night late at night going home after a family gathering everybody else in the car was asleep except for my dad and Mum Dad was driving mom was in the front. I said is Santa Maria on the said, no sand is not real but don't tell you brother and sister who are younger. And that changed how I saw myself as role elder sibling responsible to maintain. This fantasy from my brother and sister for a little bit longer, and also what it meant to be an adult and how adults hold different truths and what was this thing about Santa Claus? Anyway and it forever changed how I saw the world the world I could not go back to that time again ever. Or how about this incident? This was another example over my world completely termed on turn on a dime. These aren't leadership development experiences, but they are examples that can come to us when we're going through our day to day lives. So this one. When I was working at summer camp. I was madly in love with my best friend Gary. He's absolutely gorgeous and for years I thought maybe one day he would be interested in me. Sadly No. Despite my overt an overtones. He never was interested and I found this. Sad after about five years I gave up and just. Came to the fact that it was never going to happen, and then when I moved to Australia, I got this email. And no word to law I remember reading this email scrolling down line by line by line and I thought this is it. This is the moment where he's going to tell me he loves me and so I'm reading this email he says nice to hear you been thinking about you a lot lately on like this is it here comes the confession I knew it and the next one was I've been wanting to tell you for a long time and the next line was on gay. And I'm like what it was. It was the most gobsmacked thing. I had ever experienced some like he's gay and in that moment realization realized. It was never me. Never me so I could let go with the feeling rejection that I had. was a sense of despair. It will never be be because he was never going to be interested and that was sad as well. So as liberating and sad at the same time and I had to look back on the fifteen years of friendship and wonder about and wonder about his world and his life that he was living through that t to hide so much of himself. In how he showed up and I was sad for him around that and my whole view of our friendship and who he was changed. And it was a more antic friendship as a result of that. But again, that piece of information that New Perspective changed how I saw and perceived translated the world at least when it came to my friend Gary. Where does this happen in leadership experiences? Well when we're talking about the transition expert in two team leader or cheever stage as it's known integral theory. Sometimes, we get a piece of feedback that shifts our perspective and I was thinking about a client recently who. got. Some. Feedback that the way that she communicated was condescending to others. And she was shocked and horrified she never had the intention to be condescending or patronizing was was just not ever her intention to to do that and it was troublesome to her that other people would see her in a different way than she saw herself. And this was the moment of realization that people see me differently than how myself. It's not such a radical thought when you think about it but if you've never been aware of the fact that other people can see you differently than the way that you see yourself, this is a radical transformation opportunity. In means that you start to see that people see the world, not just you but the world through different lenses. And this is very troubling because we come to the world at this stage of experts stage thinking the world is black and white. We know what's real. We see it through our own eyes we make an interpretation and therefore that is the truth. When we receive a piece of feedback say like my my client did that shatters that illusion that there is not one truth that there are multiple truths and the way that I see things is different to other people see things. That is very the earth shakes a little bit underneath you. It's like well, how do I? How do I know how people are perceiving me if the way I'm coming cross doesn't work and we start to seek out. Of understanding the world and understanding people so that we can kind of find a common territory or common map I should say of the territory because the way that we were reading the territory isn't the only way that it can be read. So there, really three things that we can work on when we're facing this transition from expert into manager particular or even at later stages of leadership maturity, these three things can serve as well. The first one is to manage our emotions and that sounds pretty basic and yet it requires a lot of effort and focus and discipline to do. So managing our emotions is first becoming aware that we have them and be that we don't have to let them drive our life and I think this is one of the key things in leadership maturity's once we realized that emotions happen to us they are not us..

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

Leo Laporte

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

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 | 1 year 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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"team leader" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"team leader" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Yeah. As far as you know, the Italian authorities have still given the go ahead and you're just waiting for them to say Yes, you can come into port. That's that's the latest Yes, as the medical team leader. I submitted a medical report yesterday night. A medical doctor didn't back from the Italian authorities to do an assessment a few days ago. The team was here yesterday to do the covert 19 testing for all of the survivors. I've been sending regular updates on the status, but I have not received a response today and you mentioned that the migrants on board have all been tested for the Corona virus. When will you get the results of those tests again? This has not been communicated to us if I was on that ship, what I see what I see Migrants onboard in masks and you and bat masks and people social distancing. How are you trying to accommodate the pandemic? You know, on a rescue ship. I know it's rough going anyway. Yeah, we established guidelines before re that fail. All of the crew here did a quarantine and 14 days On DH. We have all the personal protective equipment against coveted 19 so well when we're on deck, all of the crew are masked. All of the survivors are masked. We have a decontamination area before we enter the ship. Yeah. You know, you've mentioned that some of the migrants on board are very stressed. Are you concerned for them? And you mentioned that that some are even suicidal? Yeah, we're very concerned. Over the last few days, they've become increasingly distressed and frustrated on DH have acted on this. We had two people jump in the water. We want to hold people back from dumping in the water. They're extremely distressed to be in the situation and the situation keeps being prolonged. And I think really pushing everyone to their limits. Were you able to rescue the two who jumped in the water? Yes. We recovered right away. We launched one of our fast boats in the water. We threw flotation devices. Yeah, so we recovered them. Straight away. I know you've talked to a lot of the migrants. What are they hoping will happen at this point? They're just very clearly wanting Tio disembark, and they're wanting to contact their families that they haven't been able to speak Teo in Over a week now and they just wanna have a place of safety Dominica. One chick is medical team leader with the OS Mediterranee. She's onboard Rescue vessel in the Mediterranean near Sicily. Thank you so much for speaking with us. Thank you. You're listening to the world. There's a problem over by the Venetia Bridge afire. Julie deficit is gonna give us the details, Sandy. Good afternoon. Now that fire shut down the Venetia Bridge in the South band direction. Traffic being taken off the.

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

WBZ Afternoon News

00:35 sec | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:41 min | 1 year 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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"team leader" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"team leader" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Team leader were very eager to get into the field and to be able to start providing care because we're seeing a few stories or reading the reports and then and then we're seeing how much devastation they spend and how much do you there is so we were really want to get there quickly to meet the needs Martin is with the first team of three being deployed a second team of five to ten more clinicians will follow they will work in field hospitals providing life saving emergency medical care to those in need Sherri small WBZ Boston news radio New Hampshire governor Chris soon to vetoing a bill on absentee voting soon vetoing the bill that would allow voters to vote by absentee ballot at a state or local election without requiring the voter actually be absent from the municipality or be unable to vote in person for another reason. actual.

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"team leader" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

The Meb Faber Show

02:04 min | 2 years 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 Women at Work

Women at Work

02:54 min | 3 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 | 3 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 SwiftCoders: Weekly Interviews with Swift Developers

SwiftCoders: Weekly Interviews with Swift Developers

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"team leader" Discussed on SwiftCoders: Weekly Interviews with Swift Developers

"It's what it should always been i mean just i mean i just can't talk about how i could go on but what what do you do you guys do you guys have any other input about that to be honest i'm probably the one here who hasn't used playground much at all it's just something that i never found a need to use but i did notice something interesting that some developers in the community of doing with which is taking something new apple announces and kinda making the tutorial through playgrounds and i really liked that idea and it's not new they've been doing it for a few years now but recently forget the developers name feel free to chime in if you know but someone released a swift four point four point two or four point three is a four point two or four point three for with four point two maybe referring to like ole big in is the one so he just released a four point two playgrounds and you kind of just get a very nice sense of everything that's being released and i thought that was an incredible use for swift playgrounds yeah totally actually i think i saw one of the swift team i can't remember who it was maybe it was ted chromatic like swift team leader believe he kinda reposted olas tweet about that playground and i feel like once that kind of starts happening there's definitely got to be an offer floating around for ola to join apple you know if it hasn't if he hasn't joined already like.

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"team leader" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

02:06 min | 3 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 SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"team leader" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"And pulled her inside you know and then like the my sector was free again and i was like oh man it's just crazy i don't know never got over that to be honest um i mean of course nothing happened but it was it was it was probably one of the most from traumatic things i've ever experienced i also remember michael alas exit foul before iraq action no actually this was yeah this was before iraq is alas exit val and me in this new guy were going into the shoot house in like you know i was the saw a gunner what non he stepped in front of me just as i was a ball to blow away these targets and our team leader it was surging carlsson that the thai you know he he grabbed him and he he pull them back just as i fire and as a god dimmed this is this is real this is you know i don't think i could do this job anymore no joke man is no joke it absolutely is not in a miller there were times in iraq righteous you know i felt maybe this this this job is ranger wasn't for me because i i couldn't you know you look around these your squads your team and you see other platoon you know those guys are all tough mother falker as you know like and then when you hit an idea you get contact for the first time.

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"team leader" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"team leader" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"Oh my team leader or my squad leader are you know even the platoon sarin hey cern luck this is what is going on i can't handle it but you're you're always looking at like at least when i was in battalion i was always looking at my team you know like i always said you know i want to be the best fucking ranger i could be there is no reason why i need to be in a weakened state because of what's happening in me on the civilian side you know okay it's my sister but these guys are trust me with their lives i need to be you know balso the laws affected there there's you know otherwise i shouldn't be here do you think having all that responsibility and needing to be on top of all this in order to be effective was was like a good thing for you because i think in society today we emphasize you know talking about your feelings talking about things that are going on your life and it seems like for you being able to put that on the backburner in order to become ineffective ranger may have saved your wife on and on some level yeah yeah that's that's that's something that i mean that should be pretty clear likes you know you're you're you're at the time look okay so like the the state of minnesota was worried that i would come up and i would kill the guy that's that's that's how classify the information was killed thursday guy you're talking about the guy that great my sis jarjou your state of minnesota was so afraid that they hid all of that information from me right and so understand i really too i mean especially if they see that you're a guy who's you know becoming special operate you know special operations in the military they are think like train killer on some level yeah and so they were afraid okay and so like but when you're in the brain to regiment sure.

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"team leader" Discussed on The Marie Forleo Podcast

The Marie Forleo Podcast

01:49 min | 4 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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