Responsibility

Leadership is taking responsibility while others make excuses.

JOHN MAXWELL

We value taking responsibility because it gives us a determination to leave things better than we found them, whether it’s taking your cup to the kitchen at the end of the day or taking responsibility for delivering a result. Job titles often prevent us putting all our talents and abilities to good use. In our view, the magic happens when everyone of us bring our ideas, humour and spirit to the table.

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Responsibility

Responsibility

We value taking responsibility because it gives us a determination to leave things better than we found them, whether it’s taking your cup to the kitchen at the end of the day or taking responsibility for delivering a result. Job titles often prevent us putting all our talents and abilities to good use. In our view, the magic happens when everyone of us bring our ideas, humour and spirit to the table.

Responsibility

Responsibility

We value taking responsibility because it gives us a determination to leave things better than we found them, whether it’s taking your cup to the kitchen at the end of the day or taking responsibility for delivering a result. Job titles often prevent us putting all our talents and abilities to good use. In our view, the magic happens when everyone of us bring our ideas, humour and spirit to the table.