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"Partnerships are best when you create solutions without limitations. We should always try to go above and beyond."
"I find it admirable when people in leadership roles aren't afraid to ask questions, get hands-on with their teams to work on new innovation, or step out of their comfort zones to see how new technology or automation can impact the business in a digital world"
"Perfect your interpersonal communication skills, distinguish yourself, and keep learning and growing daily. Raise your hand for those tough tasks and assignments. Remember, wherever you go, whatever you do, distinguish yourself. Be so good they can't ignore you!"
"If you don't have the answer or the service that helps your partners, go find it for them and share it, so they know you're there to help them be successful."
"Being a vendor is not a dirty word. You need to believe in your bones that what you're providing is critical to your customer's success."
"Around the age of ten, I started selling software demo kits alongside my dad," said Longo. "He was a brilliant man, passionately building relationships with innovators in the early days of software development, including (name drop) Bill Gates."
"It's not easy for any of us to balance all of the many priorities that we have in our lives," said Duke. "But once you're engaged in something that you're truly passionate about—something that's in your heart and you truly believe in—you find the time."
Carr believes that true leadership requires a dedication beyond the limits of our basic skills and abilities. The capability to be flexible, adaptable, and open-minded heightens our career potential.
To become a true partner in the loss prevention community, Kadege feels there are a few primary qualities that lead the way. "First, say what you'll do and do what you say. If you say you'll do something, do it. People always prefer honesty."
"I don't believe that leading in asset protection is much different than leading in other industries," said Langley. "Of course, high integrity is a must. But ultimately, for any true leader, the focus has to be on people."
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