- Daily Dose Of VisionGreat Leaders Serve - Feb 25Vision leaks. This is one of many leadership lessons Bill Hybels has taught me over the years. Tragically, many leaders miss this elemental truth. I guess the mistake is explainable, but not excusable. The logic goes... Read »
- To Generate Successful Strategic Improvements, Start...Chief Executive - Jan 16I’ve seen many improvement efforts conduct a value stream map to review the current processes. Then comes a defensive discussion of people having to justify why they’ve been doing what they’re doing for years—and why... Read »
- How To Use Your Intuition To Succeed In BusinessEntrepreneur - Dec 15Steve Jobs called intuition “more powerful than intellect.” Albert Einstein called it the sacred gift. Some of the most important partnerships, products and theories are born from the instinctive feeling of... Read »
- The Power Of Being Your BestLolly Daskal - Oct 21The most important aspect you can bring to your leadership is to strive to be your best. That means setting high expectations and standards and refusing to accept anything less. This same principle applies to you personally,... Read »
- There is no shortage of great ideas, only a shortage of visionaries who can actually make them happen. Most visionaries are simply not programmed to execute the how, but to gather the right people and inspire them to make it... Read »
- Richard Branson On Developing A Vision For Your...Entrepreneur - Apr 28When Virgin started expanding from the music business into other industries, the experts and our competitors advised us strongly against such moves, arguing that it was inevitable that we’d fail. Not only did we lack... Read »
Keep Your Goals A SecretLead Change Group - Jan 6Like most people this time of year, you have likely set some new goals for yourself, your team, or your organization. Read »
The One Big Mistake Visionary CEOs Often MakeExecutive Street - Nov 15Visionary CEOs are constantly thinking of the next big thing. That’s great for innovation, but bad for employees who can’t figure out what to work on next. Read »
Why Great CEOs Aren’t Always Great LeadersSwitch & Shift - Oct 31Great CEOs are often people in a race to the future – they’re obsessed with defining the future because they can’t stomach the thought of reacting to a future created by their competitors. Read »
Beware Of The Dark Side Of SuccessInc - Oct 11Sure, you're successful now, but how do you create long-term success for your company? Avoid these red flags like the plague. Read »
8 Questions To Refocus Your Vision For SuccessEntrepreneur - Sep 19When you started your business, you knew what you wanted to do. But over time, things can get a little cloudy. Here's how to refocus your vision and achieve success. Read »
Jack Welch On Leading Now And In The FutureLinkedIn - Jul 26Anyone can manage for the short term, and anyone can manage for the long term. The mark of a leader is someone who has the rigor, vision, and courage to do both simultaneously. Read »
CEOs No Longer Can Focus On The Next 100 YearsQuartz - Jul 25It’s a perennial debate among strategy observers: how far out should a leader be thinking about the strategic direction of a firm? Read »
10 Traits Of Great Leaders (And Their Followers)Inc - Jul 17Without great followers, no leader would achieve greatness. See here if you have what it takes to be both. Read »
How And Why To Be A Leader (Not A Wannabe)HBR - Jul 8We're in the midst of a Great Dereliction — a historic failure of leadership, precisely when we need it most. Hence it's difficult, looking around, to even remember what leadership is. Read »
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