Everyday leadership includes making everyday mistakes. The key to leadership is learning from the mistakes and not repeating the mistakes. Victor Lipman describes five leadership mistakes we can't afford to make in this short article from Forbes Magazine.
They're a reminder that mastery, membership, and meaning are the best motivators. (Making a difference is highly motivating. The happiest people pursue the most difficult problems.
Joe Boutte's insight:
Everyday leaders have a passion to accomplish something or influence others to overcome the challenges of life. Rosabeth Moss Kanter summarizes how the passion of leaders also becomes their happiness. In my view, it's all about living your purpose, finding your passion, and changing the world.
When most people think of leaders, they think of famous people like Martin Luther King, John F. Kennedy, or (when talking about toxic leaders), Adolf Hitler. But why not think about ourselves in term of a leader?
“All the money in the world, all the research and development resources in the world aren’t really worth a hoot, without innovative leadership. Money does not follow ideas; it follows leaders,” said Forbes Contributor Henry Doss in his recent post...
Educational technology adoption models have not traditionally incorporated either teacher leadership or the complex systems in which teachers work. This article presents two frameworks for viewing online technologies and implementation practices within the complex interrelationships among key actors and parts of an educational system. The Learning/Adoption Trajectory and Systemic Sustainability models, developed in different lines of research, fit together to better explain the path to sustainable systems of teacher leadership in educational technology. New research and development...
Leadership is destructive. Unlike in entrepreneurial communities, the notion of mutiny is anathema to the dominant logic of organizational life in big companies. That doesn't mean that those working under a bad leader don't fantasize about taking mutinous action, or indulge in more subtle forms of it. (A mutiny that is social and intellectual can still be intense.) It may mean, however, that they are putting their careers much more at risk, and that perhaps they should consider another kind of life: the authority-dashing life of the entrepreneur.
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