This is a post, shared by Heidi Hass Gable, and re-shared here with her permission.
I gave a job reference a while ago for someone I admire greatly. As viagra discount I’ve reflected on that conversation, I find that I keep coming back to one idea in particular.
The interviewer asked me, near the end, if there’s any one thing I’d like to highlight or to say (that I hadn’t said already)? Was there a final impression I wanted to leave with the hiring committee?
I was quiet for a moment. Was there? Had I said enough and covered all I wanted to say? I waited to see what would emerge.
And something did…
I said “This kamagra soft tab may sound trivial, but I really want to emphasize that he’s just a really decent, honest, caring person. Fundamentally, I believe he’s a good human being. And that’s what makes him so successful in any situation – viagra purchase because it’s not an act, he’s not trying to prove anything, and he knows what’s important to him and his community.”
It resonated (and still does) as something extremely important for a leader to be…
And as I’ve thought about those moments, my mind wanders through my memories of the truly powerful, life changing leaders (formal and informal) I’ve known. The true leaders that I admire most have all been these kinds of people!
Basically, just cheap cialis online no prescription honest to goodness, really decent human beings…
Perhaps an old fashioned idea. No business degree needed for this part. Just the hard work of self reflection, personal growth and continuous striving to be accepting, caring, compassionate and trustworthy.
~ Heidi Hass Gable