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  • Great teams-- great organizations-- and relationships are built on a rock-solid foundation of trust. Great... but, how do we do it?

    This creative graphic shows 12 ways that we can build trust with others so that it's authentic, well communicated and REAL.

    I'm a true believer that camaraderie is the underpinning of really great teams. Why? Because camaraderie is more than just trust. It's a friendship or emotionalized feeling that comes with powerful trust.

    And as we look at the qualities here, it shows that an emotionalized connection matters when it comes to:

    ✅ Sharing your feelings openly (Expressing ourselves)

    ✅ Helping others out (Showing by actions that we care)

    ✅ Listening actively (Empathy and showing genuine interest)

    ✅ Apologizing and asking forgiveness (humility and integrity)

    Emotionally intelligent leaders know they must foster trust to bring others along with them for the ride. I ask you, what are you doing to build trust with your teams?

    Thanks to The Present Psychologist for this awesome graphic.


    #infographics #trust #emotionalintelligence #leadership
    Great teams-- great organizations-- and relationships are built on a rock-solid foundation of trust. Great... but, how do we do it? This creative graphic shows 12 ways that we can build trust with others so that it's authentic, well communicated and REAL. I'm a true believer that camaraderie is the underpinning of really great teams. Why? Because camaraderie is more than just trust. It's a friendship or emotionalized feeling that comes with powerful trust. And as we look at the qualities here, it shows that an emotionalized connection matters when it comes to: ✅ Sharing your feelings openly (Expressing ourselves) ✅ Helping others out (Showing by actions that we care) ✅ Listening actively (Empathy and showing genuine interest) ✅ Apologizing and asking forgiveness (humility and integrity) Emotionally intelligent leaders know they must foster trust to bring others along with them for the ride. I ask you, what are you doing to build trust with your teams? Thanks to The Present Psychologist for this awesome graphic. #infographics #trust #emotionalintelligence #leadership
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    Rossen Reports: How to scan documents for free on your iPhone
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  • New Twitter Inc. owner Elon Musk held his first interaction with his employees, days after 3,700 staffers were unceremoniously laid off, to brace them for the coming weeks at the social media company.

    In just two weeks of taking over Twitter for $44 billion, Elon Musk has put a stop to working from home, fired some 50 per cent of the staff and sacked top executives. In a recent meeting, Elon Musk said that bankruptcy was a possibility if Twitter doesn’t start generating more cash.

    Warning them of the “difficult times ahead", Elon Musk also announced some changes that are forthcoming for Twitter employees – no work from home, no free food and 80-hour work weeks.

    Isn't he stretching it too much?

    New Twitter Inc. owner Elon Musk held his first interaction with his employees, days after 3,700 staffers were unceremoniously laid off, to brace them for the coming weeks at the social media company. In just two weeks of taking over Twitter for $44 billion, Elon Musk has put a stop to working from home, fired some 50 per cent of the staff and sacked top executives. In a recent meeting, Elon Musk said that bankruptcy was a possibility if Twitter doesn’t start generating more cash. Warning them of the “difficult times ahead", Elon Musk also announced some changes that are forthcoming for Twitter employees – no work from home, no free food and 80-hour work weeks. Isn't he stretching it too much?
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  • Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai is not happy with the performance of many employees.

    The executive held a meeting and warned its employees to work efficiently and focus more on how to better improve their products and help customers.

    Pichai believes that productivity is missing and it is not where it should be considering the number of people Google has. This basically suggests that the CEO feels that Google has too many employees, but not a lot of them work efficiently and are focused.
    Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai is not happy with the performance of many employees. The executive held a meeting and warned its employees to work efficiently and focus more on how to better improve their products and help customers. Pichai believes that productivity is missing and it is not where it should be considering the number of people Google has. This basically suggests that the CEO feels that Google has too many employees, but not a lot of them work efficiently and are focused.
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  • Amazon has lost a record $1T in value


    Amazon recently lost its membership in the exclusive club of companies with a market cap of $1 trillion or more. Now comes another dubious milestone: The e-commerce giant is the world's first publicly traded company to shed $1 trillion in market value, Bloomberg reports. In July 2021, Amazon's value peaked at just under $1.9 trillion; today, that number is under $900 billion. Amazon has already acknowledged that it's unlikely to bounce back on the strength of holiday sales, saying it expects fourth-quarter revenue to fall far short of Wall Street's forecasts.

    Apple, Alphabet, Amazon, Tesla and LinkedIn parent Microsoft have surrendered a total of over $3.4 trillion in market value this year.
    Amazon has lost a record $1T in value Amazon recently lost its membership in the exclusive club of companies with a market cap of $1 trillion or more. Now comes another dubious milestone: The e-commerce giant is the world's first publicly traded company to shed $1 trillion in market value, Bloomberg reports. In July 2021, Amazon's value peaked at just under $1.9 trillion; today, that number is under $900 billion. Amazon has already acknowledged that it's unlikely to bounce back on the strength of holiday sales, saying it expects fourth-quarter revenue to fall far short of Wall Street's forecasts. Apple, Alphabet, Amazon, Tesla and LinkedIn parent Microsoft have surrendered a total of over $3.4 trillion in market value this year.
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  • 11,000 people were laid off by Meta today.🥲

    It's a huge blow to industry and an indication of upcoming bloodbath which is about to happen in 2023.🙂

    If a company like Meta, 11,000 people were just 13% of the company can choose to lay off people.
    11,000 people were laid off by Meta today.🥲 It's a huge blow to industry and an indication of upcoming bloodbath which is about to happen in 2023.🙂 If a company like Meta, 11,000 people were just 13% of the company can choose to lay off people.
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