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Jeff’s leadership style keeps the company focused on growing at the rate of two new members every second while reducing the business mantra to just two words: “Next Play.”
Leadership lessons lists abound on-line. Jeff's list of 10 lessons, however, is tied to a large, successful virtual platform company with real staying power, connected to jobs and career growth - LinkedIn.
He's obviously trending in the right direction as his inspires his "Next Plays" among his staff. ~ Deb
Weiner described how powerful the phrase, "Next Play" has been for the company.
On the day LinkedIn became a public company, employees received a black T shirt with the company’s name and stock ticker written across the front and Next Play emblazoned on the back of the shirt. Even today 16 months after the LinkedIn IPO, employees continue to talk about their Next Play and stay focused on delivering results.
6) Customers first: ... anytime the LinkedIn product team considers new enhancements the first question revolves around: Is this putting our members first, or is this putting the company first? “If it benefits members, it will ultimately benefit the company.
7) Remember To laugh: ...Weiner says he values his team members’ sense of humor and sometimes, on a tough day, that can trump their talent and expertise!
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Via Deb Nystrom, REVELN Consulting, Robin Martin, David Hain
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