Leadership & Teambuilding
Harvard Business School professor Gautam Mukunda’s new book Indispensable: When Leaders Really Matter shows that the very best leaders (and the very worst) don’t take the traditional career path. Steve Jobs and Abraham Lincoln are two examples.
Forget vision, passion, and other B-school platitudes. Here are the nitty-gritty details on what makes leaders great.
You know you don't want to choke your staff with micromanagement minutiae.
Much of the content of this post comes from my girlfriend’s masters thesis on the subject though it is quite relevant to our industry as we seem to use many words wrong and have some misguided ideas.
Artwork: Adam Ekberg, Arrangement #1, 2009, ink-jet print Listen to an interview with the authors of this article.
Excerpt from “How to Be Exceptional” (McGraw-Hill) by the Zenger Folkman team.
This article was taken from the November 2011 issue of Wired magazine.
Some say that I’m they favorite But I aint hearing none of that I’m about my team ho Young money running back —Drake, 4 My Town Artist: Birdman Feat.
Volumes have been written on the topic of leadership, mostly by people with far more impressive credentials than mine.
by Tony Schwartz | 10:30 AM October 13, 2010
I’m surprised that some people have low or no desire for high influence, high impact leadership. It seems unnatural to me. However, I meet people that seem not to care.
Leadership is not something you are born with, it is something you learn.
October 5, 2010 by Marty Zwilling Creating and building a business is not a one-man show.
Everyone agreed George was a tough boss.
Achievers in traditional organizations often say, "I want more authority."