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She was Rachel Dawes in the Warner Bros. Dalrymple is an internationally acclaimed, award-winning actor, known for his outstanding performances on both stage and screen. He then returned to the Everyman for a season as Artistic Director. An illustrious career of theatre credits has followed.
Pryce's achievements on stage have been mirrored by his success on screen. In recognition of his many achievements in film, television and theatre Pryce was awarded an honorary doctorate from Liverpool University in , and in he was awarded the C. E in the Queen's Birthday Honours.
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Rupert Everett has simultaneously built up an impressive theatre career which has seen him work with many renowned directors and actors, including a critically acclaimed performance as 'Henry Higgins' in the West End production of George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion. Most recently he starred as 'Judge Hope' in Charlie Brooker's controversial, dark, satirical drama series Black Mirror. Everett is an accomplished writer having published two novels and his first autobiography Red Carpets and Other Banana Skins.
Currently he is in pre-production writing, producing and directing a movie about the last years of Oscar Wilde's life in Europe, a project in which he will play the starring role. He is also putting the finishing touches to his new, as of yet, untitled autobiography. Jackson playing parodied versions of themselves on the show, Extras continually expanded on its comedic direction and range each week.
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Thank you. Innovation is not just inventing things but adapting to changing moments. I felt strongly that we have a role to play based on civility and respect and not just taking a position—just encouraging the leadership within Washington to do the things necessary to preserve the American dream. We had a town hall meeting about a week and a half ago that was webcast.
I think this is a time in our world when our leaders need to lead.
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I spoke to Warren twice in the last couple of weeks. I have spoken to some of the elected officials and we have public CEOs who have signed the pledge not to contribute to any incumbent reelection until we see more civility and results out of Washington. We have to remember something—the politicians work for us. Sometimes they forget. When we look at social challenges, how do we rebuild a sense of commonwealth? I think the majority of people are quiet and the vocal minority on both sides is capturing the dialogue in the world.
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Do you encourage your store managers to get involved with community action? Well, not in community action. The store managers have access to discretionary funds to support local activities but nothing political. I mean just community. Do you as an organization choose three or four national issues for the local stores? How do we rebuild trust between people and institutions? Do we need to recreate institutions? But people need to realize that we do live in a time when trust is at the lowest level from a historical perspective, in addition to the fact that poverty levels are at the highest levels.
I think people are so hungry for leadership that if leaders emerge with great truth and authenticity and transparency trust is going to be there because people want it.
But as we know, trust is something that takes a long time to build and seconds to lose. I think people want that and they deserve it. And I think in building an organization of any kind today, that is sustainable and endures, there has to be an understanding throughout the organization that people believe in the leadership. I have 3 kids who are of the Generation Y group in college now. They are a community generation. It seems that we as an industry are poised to help bring back the sense of love of others—so how do you get that into , employees? I think every organization has a memory, like a young child.
If people understand as managers and leaders to make those first three weeks right then I think we have a great chance. I think the culture of our organization self-selects those people that are consistent with the culture and audits people out. But it gets back to the leaders that are rewarding, recognizing, and celebrating the behaviors that you want the organization to be known for. Tagged business , coffee , employee , executive , interview , leadership , starbucks , training , trends.
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I'm so happy. I've got so many gold medals and ribbons and stuff, and that doesn't count. What counts is getting out there and doing the best I can do and show people what they can do. It never forgives weakness and extracts an unfair tribute of suffering. The most important factor you can keep in your own hands is yourself.