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MILLENNIALS SHOULD COMMIT TO THEMSELVES

By Tru Pettigrew
Oct. 23, 2013 | Comments

Tru Access Blog - MILLENNIALS SHOULD COMMIT TO THEMSELVES
Considering that I’m still on a high from this month’s Leadership Boot Camp, I feel compelled to share the jewels of wisdom from each of our thought leaders from the event. This post will focus on the session on Commitment that was lead by AMP Agency CEO, Gary Colen (@Amp_Agency). ..

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Diamond Leadership Series #4 Consistency

By Tru Pettigrew
Mar. 05, 2013 | Comments


Today brings us to the fourth C of our 5 C’s of Diamond Leadership. The fourth C is Consistency. This is where most people get tripped up; on their leadership attributes. It’s easy to do something that you agreed to do for the first few days, or even the first few weeks, but maintaining that commitment over time is a challenge. It requires a certain level of discipline to be consistent in your actions. The ability to show consistency is often related to your level of commitment. Consistency is about achieving a level of performance that does not vary in quality over time or state of emotion. One of the reasons great leaders are so effective is because their team can rely on and trust in their stability. They know what to expect from their leaders and don't have to play guessing games about how they will react or respond to an issue or challenge based on how the leader feels that day. ..

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Diamond Leadership Series #3 Commitment

By Tru Pettigrew
Mar. 04, 2013 | Comments


As part of our 5 C’s of Diamond Leadership, we’ve already discussed Competence and Confidence. The third C is Commitment. You have to be commited to the mission and the vision if you expect your team to be committed. A high level of commitment is also what it will take to achieve a high level peformance with high level results. The road will surely get rough along your leadership journey and being committed and embracing the challenges is the only way you will make it through. Your team can easily see and detect a lack of commitment on your part and as my man Julius (Wood Harris) so eloquently puts it in Remember The Titans... “attitude reflects leadership”. ..

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