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Practicing Reflection

Jessica Beckendorf ·
If your year started like mine, it left you reeling from a packed schedule and more on your plate than you thought you had. I came into 2021 with a peaceful mindset, having just taken the bulk of two weeks off, but somehow still felt a little blindsided when my first day back at work came around. I decided I needed to do something before I allowed my year to continue down this path. So this past weekend, I spent some time reflecting and planning and now I feel even more ready for whatever...
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Aaron Weibe ·
As always, thank you for sharing!
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Jessica Beckendorf ·
You're so kind - thank you, @Aaron Weibe So grateful to have the platform to share - thanks to you and the entire eXtension team!
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Rose Hayden-Smith ·
This is so wonderful. Just what I needed today. Thank you.
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Jessica Beckendorf ·
@Rose Hayden-Smith - thank you so much! It's always good to hear since a podcast can be pretty one-way as far as communication goes 🙂
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Mistakes leaders make...

Karl Bradley ·
Some mistakes leaders make... Putting themself ahead of others; not being self-aware and/or self-reflective. Betraying others' trust Being certain; (Re)acting too fast Not living up to their own values; inauthentic Overly enamored with their own vision; arrogance If it seems like it's all about you, you're in the gig for the wrong reason. It shouldn't be all about the leader. Trust must be present for there to be betrayal. This is the worst & perhaps hardest for people to recover from.
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Rose Massengill ·
Great post and so true, especially, being certain is a very common trait among leadership in my organization. Being certain to the point that not really listening.
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Tamika Porter ·
Yes, leadership that exhibits dictatorship, micro-managment, and self-seeking ambitions and goals is out-of-date, out-of-touch, and out-of-style. It doesn't work!!
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