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TED Talks We have all changed someone’s life -- usually without even realizing it. In this funny talk, Drew Dudley calls on all of us to celebrate leadership as the everyday act of improving each other’s lives.
Great story about how important influence is in everyday life in helping others think and act differently. More importantly, leadership is about getting things done through relationships and interactions with people that are talented and skilled, even when they don't yet realize it.
49ers Coach Jim Harbaugh and Ravens Coach John Harbaugh may have captured the world’s attention in the run-up to this Super Bowl because they’re brothers who hail from a coaching dynasty. But there’s a much better reason to watch them: their...
Examples of leadership are hard to identify these days in Washington. The fiscal cliff demonstrates what happens when politicians act strictly as politicians and not as leaders. I'm looking for some decent examples of everyday leadership from our so-called elected "leaders". Do you know of any?
Years ago, I was involved with a firm that experimented with teaching leadership principles to elementary school children. We were introducing the same skills to 3rd and 4th graders that we teach managers in large corporations. These nine- and ten-year-olds had no trouble understanding such concepts as the importance of preserving self-confidence in your colleagues or the dangers of focusing on personalities. In fact, they lost no time in applying the principles to their parents (who are, after all, their immediate supervisors). I can't help smiling when I think of a 3rd grader informing her parents that they were not focusing on the problem, but only on the person. From this we concluded that it's never too early to teach leadership skills.
Many leaders and executives get caught up in looking to reasons outside of their control for answers. But first we must control what we can! (Leadership Note To Self: What Can I Control?
Joe Boutte's insight:
Keep your house in order. Focusing on the issues, challenges, and opportunities that a leader has influence is more important than focusing on the issues, challenges, and opportunities outside a leader's influence.
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