This Learning to Lead episode comes to you from our breakfast series. We recently had Dean Owrey, CFO of UPMC Enterprises & ISD speak at our breakfast. Dean’s talk is broken into two parts, on this episode, you will hear Dean’s talk. In episode #79, you can listen to our question and answer session with Dean. If you’d like to listen to that go to l3leadership.org/episode79.
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Some of My Key Takeaways:
- Be grateful for the opportunity to be you
- Nobody cares how much you know until they know how much you care
- I takes more energy to be who you aren’t than it does to be who you are
- Nobody cares how you start, they care how you finish
- Let others define you as a leader
- Be a noticer
- People have dealt with what you’re dealing with, let them teach you what they’ve learned
- It doesn’t matter how you think you’re coming across, it matters how others are perceiving it
- You have to make half-time adjustments
- Own your family life, your work won’t do it for you!
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