Leading for Legacy

What #HeadsUp managers do to transform themselves into leaders who leave a legacy

#HeadsUp leadership starts with learning to manage to engage

We know as a manager, if our team is ‘all in’ for us and our business or if our team is in and out the door as quick as possible each day. We know if our team members have quit and stayed or are staying with us all the way. What we may not know (or perhaps just not think about routinely) is the…

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CEO Proudfoot | Author Manage To Engage | Podcast Host: Wrestling Chaos | Quote: Nothing moves until your people are moved | Superpower: Helping you move people

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Pamela Hackett

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CEO Proudfoot | Author Manage To Engage | Podcast Host: Wrestling Chaos | Quote: Nothing moves until your people are moved | Superpower: Helping you move people

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