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My profession is in the hotel industry. Since I am a “Hotel King”, teams only benefit from my knowledge and understanding of running hotels and their food and beverage operations.
Attitude is more important than output.
Use your manners. A "please" and a "thank you" can go a long way, and creating strong relationships with those around you is crucial. "Nobody likes rude or uncouth coworkers"
Just a big bad bearded biker, that would run into a burning house, to rescue a cat.
I've learned (and still learing) to be diplomatic, even with really annoying and all-knowing co-workers.
Where Dance Studies meets maths. I am currently studying dance studies and have my Bachelors in Business Administration. I have worked as a project assistant in Dance Events ever since. Lets see what the future holds.
Through my work I mostly learn about myself. What I'm good at, what motivates me, where I need to grow, where I need/want to go, who I should talk to more, who I should talk to less.
"Learning is a part of the work not apart from it."
event director. I craft experiences propelled by lifestyle and the arts and amplified by social media. Current: Downtown Ithaca Alliance Past: Talent Booking & Events @pmablog & @bkhiphopfest NY Based w/ a soft spot for London.
When everyone is trying to pull me in a direction that suits them, trust my gut, make informed decisions, and know my worth.
I learn how to be a leader every day at my job
Happy Noogler and member of the @google gtech support team. Love good design and helpful content.
From doing marketing: It's all about creating value and building relationships. I'm learning to be genuine and present complicated things in an easy way
From dealing with our customers: I am learning to really listen to what people say.
A group of people with a common goal can accomplish anything if they can avoid the pitfalls of ego, distraction, negativity and take on a 'whatever it takes' attitude.
*dealing with different types of people
*how everybody asks for out of the box and how they don't really want that
*multi tasking is inefficient
*giving up is the worst idea (most of the times at least)
*i can handle more than i initially thought
Looking for like-minded co-creators to reimagine the worlds of work & art. Music, Counseling, Creative Work Coaching, Servant Leaders, Organizational Culture, Expressive Arts
Each perspective is gorgeous, valid, interesting, sumptuous, peculiar, human, creaturely, inspiring, and divinely patterned in its own way. Honored to get to witness
Gearing talent for the connected age. Passionate about the space that lies at the intersection people, technology and cultures. All of this, in perpetual Beta !
Everyday is a new day! Imagination is the soul. Execution is life. And yes, there are infinite possibilities all around.
Loves to code, design and fiddle with everything that catches his attention.
Pretty much anything I want to - because creating software tought me *how* to learn, and brought me the rare opportunity to do whatever I'm currently interested in (which changes, a lot), and learn it to a degree I'm satisfied with.
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