Jeff Weiner is CEO of Linkedin, the rapidly growing global resume+ service that's trying to displace Facebook and Google in the ratings has some things to say about team work, community, and individuals talents. Linkedin? I'm signed up, but never coud make much use of it. I'm retired, have a full time job with no compensation.
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How to Spot the Five-Tool Superstar
In baseball, the holy grail for any talent scout is the discovery of the five-tool player -- a player that can hit for average, hit for power, run, throw, and field. Willie Mays was the classic five-tool player. He could beat you with his bat, his arm, his glove and his legs, and he oftentimes did:
YouTube (Jan22,2k13) I had to substitute-in a different Mays video because some distributors won't show their vids on YouTube in Canada, where I'm based — it's our copyright laws. Outside Canada try this title on YouTube search: Willie Mays makes an amazing over-the-shoulder catch. "1954 World Series Game 1: Willie Mays makes one of the most memorable plays in World Series history with an over-the-shoulder running catch in deep center field... Check out
Greatest Baseball Catches Ever (pictures only). 930,00 video hits to date.