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One of the words that comes up during IIG Events meetings when we discuss the qualities of truly great leaders is selfless. These are the men and women who consider everyone else’s success to be just as important as their own, and who aren’t afraid to express how much they care. To determine whether you come across as selfless, look for these clues:

• You Look for Ways to Serve Others: This doesn’t mean doing everything for our team members.
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Resiliency is a crucial soft skill that we promote around IIG Events HQ. In essence, it describes the ability to bounce back from disappointing results with confidence and without losing momentum in our personal and professional lives.
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There is a growing trend in the business world called corporate social responsibility, of which Team IIG Events is proud to be a part. Essentially, this idea states that business leaders have an obligation to do more than make profits; they should also look for ways to make a positive impact in their communities and the world at large.
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Collaboration is more than an IIG Events buzzword; teamwork is essential to our success as a firm. That means it’s in our own best interest to stay up to date on the latest thinking and research about group dynamics and leadership. Through observation and study, we have identified a few basic traits that all successful groups embody.

First, they each have a well-defined purpose. This means both knowing why the team exists in the first place, and what a positive result looks like.
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What is a brand? In simplest terms, a brand is how we’re identified by others. It’s based on the image we create for our company and for ourselves. In our IIG Events meetings, we often discuss why it is important for us to create a strong personal brand that spells career success. Here are some pointers we strive to incorporate in our professional development.

The first factor to how we present ourselves is to understand our individual value.

http://iigevents.com/reinvent-build-brand/
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Our IIG Events culture emphasizes professional and personal development at every level. We are pleased to present our people with many avenues to enhance skills that lead to advancement. We also encourage them to take ownership of their own learning path by seeking opportunities to grow outside of our program.

http://iigevents.com/easy-ways-can-learn-earning/
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The key objective of our IIG Events advancement track is to provide our people with the skills they need to excel as business leaders. We emphasize that one such quality the best managers have mastered is agile thinking. This skill is vital when it comes to addressing the unexpected. Here are some of the practices that can ensure leaders successfully pivot in any situation:

• Have Contingency Plans Ready: Preparation is a must in our IIG Events office. It’s not enough to have one plan.

http://iigevents.com/best-leaders-agile-skills-need/
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It’s been an exceptional year for IIG Events. Our team members have been instrumental in developing campaigns that have helped the change agents we partner with realize their visions to create healthier communities. Four talented individuals showcased they have the talent and tenacity to turn their passion for doing good into success: Charlene, Ale, Kimiko, and Jade.

http://iigevents.com/learn-traits-leaders-used-get-ahead/
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We discuss leadership skills at our IIG Events meetings because we want to make sure that our managers know exactly what it takes to be effective in their roles. These are some of the suggestions we give our decision -makers to help them lead people to success.

First, team leaders need to make sure they’re removing any obstacles their people may have to accomplishing their IIG Events goals.

http://iigevents.com/expect-effective-leadership/
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We certainly have heroes in the business world that we look up to, but there are some inspiring figures in nonprofits that are worthy of our esteem as well. These are some of the IIG Events role models who are changing the world through their commitment to social good:

• Larsen Jay, CEO, Random Acts of Flowers: After a car accident that nearly ended his life, Jay endured many surgeries and a long recovery process.

http://iigevents.com/learning-business-lessons-nonprofit-founders/
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