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“I have an advantage over some of the other agencies because my employees are extremely mission-oriented.”
“And be mission-oriented rather than goal-oriented.”
“These men and women are smart, selfless, forward-thinking, mission-oriented, and simply incredible individuals who are returning home to do exciting things in so many different industries.”
“The most mission-oriented leaders are at least partially driven by financial and reputational needs.”
“In early mission-oriented (and often green) cooperatives, collaboration was historically more widely accepted.”
“Katharine Jefferts Schori's letter speaks for "bottom-up Anglicanism," a version of the faith that is democratic, parish-based, mission-oriented, somewhat rambunctious, and (even) revolutionary.”
“Within walking distance of our studio in Midtown Atlanta are half a dozen thriving, diverse, mission-oriented mainline congregations.”
“While action-packed and mission-oriented, the scope of these stories should be more contained, with more focus turned to character development.”
“So, there's a more fundamental question about what's considered core IT development and what's considered the end product that adds value. what we're seeing is more IT development for back offices purposes accounting for a higher share of the overall IT spend than the mission-oriented development activity that has the ability to actually produce the policy objectives that are called for.”
“This exposes many nonmembers to AAUW in a mission-oriented way.”
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