In this post, you will find great Engagement Quotes from famous people, such as Kerry Washington, Thomas P.M. Barnett, Ellen Tauscher, Lisa Stansfield, Charles Duhigg. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
When you have an engagement, at least in my world, the world that I create for myself, an engagement doesn’t begin when you hit the stage and end when you leave the stage. It begins when you hit the citylimits, and it ends when you leave the city limits.
For me, there are a lot of people that want to hear what I have to say. There are a lot of people who want to talk to Lil B, and they care about Lil B. Without the people I wouldn’t be able to reach that magnitude of engagement.
It’s my mother’s engagement ring so I thought it was quite nice because obviously she’s not going to be around to share any of the fun and excitement of it all – this was my way of keeping her close to it all.
We’re very clear in the race that priority will be given to the leadcar and more risk will be taken with the tail car. Sometimes that will work out, sometimes it won’t, but it’s very clear going into the event that those are the rules of engagement.
When I sit down with my team before an engagement, sometimes they are horrified as I say I don’t want to read the biographical brief because I prefer to prise information out of people. It becomes like a game. The stories that come out, I could write a book about.
I’ll absolutely be focusing in on the defense of this nation and making sure that our men and women have the proper tools, training, and equipment to do their jobs, that they have clear rules of engagement and, in the event that something happens to them, that we have a VA system that actually works.
It’s always great to have a purpose of a meeting and an ending for it, but it’s even more important to be present and have an engagement on the topic you’re doing, to create an environment and energy around that meeting, so everybodygoes from there, ‘That’s great; we can take it forward!’
When it comes to Chinese food I have always operated under the policy that the less known about the preparation the better. A wise diner who is invited to visit the kitchen replies by saying, as politely as possible, that he has a pressing engagement elsewhere.
Since taking office, President Obama has pursued a policy that focused more American resources and engagement in the Asia-Pacific, a region that will increasingly define opportunity and security in the 21st century.
I actually think of myself as quite a shy person, although I know I give the impression of someone much more confident. I think what I do have is a capacity to listen to the other, even if the other is an opponent. That leads, in all senses of the word, to an engagement.
Ibotta represents the future of how mobile technology will be used to drive both in-store and onlinesales. Not only does Ibotta allow retailers to drive sales directly in store, but it also allows them to see what type of media engagement has the largest effect on resulting customer purchases.
Management did not emanate from nature. Management is not a tree: it’s a television set. Somebody invented it. It doesn’t mean it’s going to work forever. Management is great. Traditional notions of management are great if you want compliance. But if you want engagement, self-direction works better.
I think, for a lot of people, the point is to get high engagement and likes on their photos, so I think it’s just good marketing. But at the same time, if you’re postingpictures and you look nothing like your pictures, then it’s false advertising.
Mr. Obama’s approach to engagement to some degree makes himdependent on people who wish neither him nor America well. This doesn’t have to end badly and I hope that it doesn’t – but it’s not an ideal position after one’s first year in power.
The key measurement will not be how many people are watching the Univision network. But, believe me, I still think we are going to grow and are shooting for No. 1, and that spot is certainly on our radar. But engagement will be the focus and the main measure.
For every gardener there is a minimum level of engagement that is needed to sustain and develop the relationship. There is no magicfigure to this and it will vary from person to person and season to season, but it is there.
My goal is that we should have a rich engagement online that caters to a general and scholarly audience and that can provide a seamless experience for people, whether they are up the road or on the other side of the world.
I’ve rarely kept my distance from kind of – I don’t know if we can call it politics, but kind of, civic engagement and that kind of thing, except I tended to think, ‘Well, do it yourself before you start telling other people what they should be doing.’
My mother was a mother. She didn’t really work, apart from bringing us up, which a job in itself, but at an age where lots of people are thinking of retiring, so is having up to 20 or 30 engagements a day, and she’s brilliant at it – she has always been brilliant with people.
You have to find some way of engaging with the world around you, however it’s constituted. The engagement is necessarily going to be flawed. But if you do it on your own terms, you’ll be able to extract some pleasure from the world. It might even make you really happy sometimes.
I can enjoy what I’m engaged in and be fully present rather than planning my answers to questions while someone else is speaking or thinking about my next appointment while my current engagement is still in in progress.
In 2012, I see the potential for people to come together, hugemoments of political and social engagement where elections are part of the strategy for change, but not the end goal and not the only thing that matters.
We have been talking about public engagement for a decade. For me it is about recognising that the mission of science has to be embedded within our culture – the direction in which science is going has to be determined by all of us, and so we need a dialogue with the public.