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THE MEASURE OF MILLENNIAL CONFIDENCE

By Tru Pettigrew
Oct. 24, 2013 | Comments

Tru Access Blog - THE MEASURE OF MILLENNIAL CONFIDENCE
As I continue this series on Millennial Leadership, I’m excited to share insights from the session on Confidence from our Leadership Boot Camp. We had the pleasure of having Travis Mitchell, President of Communities In Schools of Wake County NC; share a powerful message on Confidence as a leadership attribute with our talented group of millennials. ..

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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 #2 Confidence

By Tru Pettigrew
Mar. 01, 2013 | Comments

Tru Access Blog - Confidence
Continuing with our Diamond Leadership series and the 5 C's of great leaders, the second C is Confidence. In addition to Competence, great leaders have to possess and display confidence. This attribute is closely connected to the first attribute of competence. If you know what you’re doing and/or intimately familiar with the mission and what it will take to win, then you will be confident in the choices you’ll need to make based on the information you’ve gathered. One of the worst things a leader can do is to be indecisive or unsure of themselves. A leaders confidence also evokes and instills confidence and faith in the team that they’re responsible for leading. ..

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