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Being an Israeli Manager


The Israeli judo team arrives at the European Championships about a month after Oct 7th.
The Israeli judo team arrives at the European Championships about a month after Oct 7th.

I am an Israeli manager, obviously we are succeeding against all odds.


I am an Israeli manager; it is clear that extraordinary results are achieved even when half of my team is in the reserves.


I am an Israeli manager; obviously as soon as necessary I turned my luxury hotel into a kibbutz.


I am an Israeli manager, obviously we cleared the cafeteria and bought mattresses to host evacuees.


I am an Israeli manager, obviously tomorrow we are not working but traveling to volunteer and help.


I am an Israeli manager, obviously I embrace and take care of my people like family.


I am an Israeli manager, obviously I want the best for my people and trust that they are doing their best.


I am an Israeli manager; we lost a team member at that party.


I am an Israeli manager; I have employees who returned wounded in body and soul and we are all here for them.


I am an Israeli manager; I perform the best even when my heart is crying inside.


I am an Israeli manager, of course I believe that we will make it through, will prove the truth by doing our best and becoming the best,


Not by talking


By actions.



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The Israeli judo team arrives at the European Championships about a month after Oct 7th.


"It's important for us to show the world that despite the fighting, We are all one front and we don't stop for a moment," says the coach of the men's team Oren Samadja. #leadership #management #Standwithus #bringthemhome #wedelivernomatterwhat #StartupNationCentral




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