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Posted By: Debbie Milks on February 7, 2018

The Super Bowl is over and the hype and commercials have been viewed. There is a team that won and a team that lost. Despite your preference on which team you wanted to win, you have to admit that quarterback Nick Foles played the game of his life. But more importantly he showed what leadership is all about. In an article, Justin Bariso captures the heart of the high level of poise, character, and humility Foles displayed during and after the playoffs and the Super Bowl.

If you’re a current or aspiring leader and can’t figure out how to get your team motivated, Nick Foles may have some great advice and examples of how to beat the odds, keep the team going, and fill in wherever necessary to get the job done.

Do you play for your team? Do you recognize the people that surround you in the workplace? Do you lift up everyone around you? If you answered yes, you are demonstrating many of the same traits that helped Nick Foles become Super Bowl MVP. If you answered no, this may very well be why you are having challenges.

At Brookwoods Group, we accept nothing less than excellence from ourselves and every candidate we introduce to our clients, no matter if it is for a short term contract or a senior level direct hire role. So when you need the help of the recruiting and staffing industry’s MVP, please give us a call.  After all, we’re here to do whatever it takes to ensure your team’s ultimate success.