What is your best leadership advice?

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    Adam Feuerstein

    Convey your message clearly and in a way that is easy for your audience to understand. Be willing to receive feedback (good and bad) and take that feedback into consideration when evaluating policies and processes.

    Eliza Budhathoki

    The best one is to lead by example. Demonstrating the qualities and behaviors you expect from your team sets a powerful precedent and fosters trust and respect

    Bridgette Stuart

    Be open to listen and learn from others. Communicate clearly and be concise with your instructions to ensure the receiver understands the message. Pour into and empower those around you so they can be better versions of themselves.

    Elizabeth Neal

    Progress, not perfection.

    Kira Bunker

    Be open to advice and criticism, dont silo yourself

    Sameer Ullal

    Transparency is teh key
    Periodic Communication & feedback
    Continuous improvement
    Create an environment to embrace change

    Tyler Stoeger

    communication is key

    Kenneth Simmons

    Never assume you always know everything. Surround your self with people who you trust to provide honest feedback and be a good listener as well.

    Garth Honey

    Be consistent. Be accountable. Be respectful. Listen to different points of view. Recognise the ideas, contributions, and achievements of others. Understand it is not necessary to be an expert in everything to be an effective leader.

    Shavontae Myers

    Identify your target audience, and network/educate the importance of ITAM.

    Heather Waider

    Policy should apply to everyone, not just specific groups. Inconsistent messaging leads to mistrust and a breakdown confidence in the program.


    CYA…Have your own asset tickets that you manage and close yourself to insure assets are insured to clients or that they are in inventory.

    Sello Leburu

    Khow your team, support them and work with them effectively.

    Ryan Silvano

    If your organisation is not valuing you, move.

    Steven Czubinski

    Surround yourself with subject matter experts. You don’t know everything.

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