What is NoteWagon? A web platform for student peer-learning!Students get cash …or get notesfor their notes… for their classExpertise Diversecontributions learningare rewarded styles are satisfied
Great LeadersWhat do they have in common? Hint: not their ‘staches!
Great LeadersWhat do they have in common?They all just DID it!
Great LeadersWhat do they have in common?DisciplineInnovationDivinity
Great LeadersDr. Sun Yat-Sen: lead his country into modernity Discipline Encouraged meritocracy and results. Innovation Minimized detection by fundraising overseas; simplifying his platform into 3 simple points. Divinity His country desperately needs him… Success is his only **** option; failure’s not!
Great LeadersSteve Jobs: professional perfectionist; saviour of Apple Discipline Stopped leaks & built culture of secrecy. Relentless on execution of great products. Innovation Design for what users need, not what they want. Divinity Public opinion did not phase him. He knew what he was doing, and it was right!
Great LeadersWayne Gretzky: The Great One Discipline Practicing effectively and practicing often. Innovation Studied the game: go where the puck is going. Always one step ahead of his opponents! Divinity He is feared on the ice; and he knows it! Opponents think twice about bodychecking him.
TeamworkHow to break down team players:• Those who absolutely rock at their job• Those who do an “OK” job• Those who need every bit of helpRespectively are A-, B-, and C-Players
TeamworkB-Players When was the last time RIM stubbornly refused to Why cant Lebron James write Rob Ford did something acknowledge basic user needs, his Auto-Biography? great for Toronto? like cameras & web browsers Hes still stuck on the title! (that work properly)
Teamwork C-PlayersA-Player politician & legalist; Consistently fails to make Any sports n00b is a C-PlayerC-Player Commander-In-Chief good quality consumer vehicles until effective practice improves them
InteractionLEADing a team ofA-Players: Treat them like a brotherhoodB-Players: Treat them like a familyC-Players: Treat them like a kindergarten
InteractionDECISION making by aA-Player: Trust in their decisionsB-Player: Suggest the best decisionC-Player: Specify the best decision
InteractionFOLLOWING aA-Player: Truly listen to their directionB-Player: Respect them and think about what/how it really needs to be done!C-Player: Don’t bother listening, unless you need to hear them out… Point out the flaw in their direction, so they will start listening to YOU
SummaryGreat leaders DID it! Know your team!Discipline A -PlayersInnovation B -PlayersDivinity C -Players