I'll be the first to admit that my family and close friends were initially surprised to hear that I run a "corporation." Maybe it's the tattoo sleeves or the fact that I wear Vans to work, or maybe it's because I will forever be seen as tha...
By and large, tolerance is a good trait. The differences we encounter enrich our lives and organizations. But to attain a successful life and meaningful leadership, we must refuse to tolerate the things that deplete, and ultimately destroy, us.
I really enjoy mentoring young professionals. It's one of my passions. Most reach out to me because they say that they want to be a CEO one day. In response, my first question is always, "Why?" Motivation matters. Next, I ask, "Are you a worrier?" Leaders often struggle to maintain peace of mind when they realize what all is at stake if they fail. Then, I ask, "How much do you value being liked?" Leadership naturally attracts haters, naysayers, and opponents. Then, I ask, "How hard are you willing to work?" As a leader, I work practically all the time. These questions, make up what I call this "The Motivation Test".
Developing this crucial ‘seeing things early’ side of your strategic leadership is not about becoming a great predictor of the future. What it comes down to is sparking and fine-tuning your alertness to early warning signals of change...
We show courage on a daily basis because our lives and the lives of those we love matter to us. When we feel deeply passionate about something, we find courage easily -- for example we find superhuman strength to protect our children.
Here’s a depressing (yet unsurprising) fact: 42% of all college graduates will never read another book after graduation. Even I have contributed to this epidemic of literary abandonment, and I was an English major.
“ There is an old fable by Aseop about a man, the wind, and the sun. One day the wind and the sun were talking about which was stronger. When they saw a man walking below in his overcoat, they decided to see who was more powerful. They dared each other to a contest: who could …”
Via Anne Leong, Bobby Dillard
There are qualities and skills that we use to help ensure people will listen and be influenced to take action based on our words as well as skills that, when used, encourage people to open up to them and share more readily.
As leaders face the challenges of harnessing talent of flatter organisations in increasingly uncertain, competitive and globalised markets, developing the leadership skills of younger employees has become the new mission critical.
If it weren’t for an act of kindness, Daniel Lubetzky would not be alive. When his father was imprisoned in a Nazi concentration camp during World War II his life was spared when a prison guard mustered up a trace of humanity by sneaking extra scraps...
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