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Episode 338  |  04:15 min

340: Flashback - Passion Trumps Resume

Episode 338  |  04:15 min  |  08.27.2019

340: Flashback - Passion Trumps Resume

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This is a podcast episode titled, 340: Flashback - Passion Trumps Resume. The summary for this episode is: <p>Is it better to hire people who have an impressive CV, or who will roll up their sleeves and do whatever needs to be done to bring a project to fruition?</p> <p>Sangram knows the answer. “Passion trumps resume. Every day and twice on Sunday.”</p> <p>“Passion is something that can cut through fear and create love for who we are and what we do. It’s an important idea for anyone who’s in any kind of leadership role that requires cross-functional support or buy-in. It’s about making our customers heroes in their own organization.”</p> <p> </p> <p> </p>

Is it better to hire people who have an impressive CV, or who will roll up their sleeves and do whatever needs to be done to bring a project to fruition?

Sangram knows the answer. “Passion trumps resume. Every day and twice on Sunday.”

“Passion is something that can cut through fear and create love for who we are and what we do. It’s an important idea for anyone who’s in any kind of leadership role that requires cross-functional support or buy-in. It’s about making our customers heroes in their own organization.”

 

 

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