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The most important factor that inhibits creativity is the discussion on creativity. Q UOTES OF THE DAY
If a sponsor gives freedom to act, he/she encourages leadership. Q UOTES OF THE DAY
I hope not that I have to be the first to be creative. Q UOTES OF THE DAY
Attitude is not static. Attitude is complex. Q UOTES OF THE DAY
Well-being is what makes me feel good. Q UOTES OF THE DAY
Freedom is very important for personal development. Q UOTES OF THE DAY
I was fired for my creativity, so… Q UOTES OF THE DAY
Well-being is having a good coffee… Q UOTES OF THE DAY
The most important aspect of stimulating collaboration is to understand each other. Q UOTES OF THE DAY
True leadership is accommodating diversity. Q UOTES OF THE DAY
Collaboration: in a multi- cultural environment, norms & values become more and more important. Q UOTES OF THE DAY
When a fundamental conflict of values arises, trust is inhibited. Q UOTES OF THE DAY
Money and trust… It's exactly opposite most of the time. Q UOTES OF THE DAY
Well-being is encouraged in a safe environment where people may fail. Q UOTES OF THE DAY
Fun is very important to encourage motivation. Q UOTES OF THE DAY
Collaboration: Sharing your successes and your failures. Q UOTES OF THE DAY
Leadership is about encouraging other people to develop personal leadership. Q UOTES OF THE DAY
Openness, trust & integrity are values that encourage collaboration. Q UOTES OF THE DAY
I don’t know if you can build a culture that is creative. Q UOTES OF THE DAY
Personal development means you need to compare yourself to someone else. Q UOTES OF THE DAY
What inhibits personal development is being surrounded by friends who think the same. Q UOTES OF THE DAY
The attitude of the stakeholder is almost like a little alarm bell Q UOTES OF THE DAY
Personal development is a choice Q UOTES OF THE DAY
Personal development: Being me isn't normal. Q UOTES OF THE DAY
A characteristic of wellbeing is the absence of guilt. Q UOTES OF THE DAY
Motivation can be encouraged by shared beliefs, shared values. Q UOTES OF THE DAY
Motivation: You have to have a role model. Q UOTES OF THE DAY
Trust is inhibited the moment you notice a person has two faces. Q UOTES OF THE DAY
Attitude is how you deal with or engage with the world. Q UOTES OF THE DAY
Personal development: Being me isn't normal. Q UOTES OF THE DAY
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