Manifestos tagged with Leadership


A Consistent Personal Narrative is the Key to Leading in the Social Age
Nov. 12, 2014 - By: Frank Guglielmo & Sudhanshu Palsule
“In the new world of deep interconnectivity, what we call the Social Age, leaders are confronted with challenges that constantly test ‘who they are’ … Thriving as a leader in the Social Age means taking a good look at your self and understanding how you are most productive in five areas.”
Choose Your Impact, Change the World
Nov. 12, 2014 - By: Mindy Hall
“Who do you want to be as a leader? What impact do you want to have? How do you want people to experience you? No matter where you fall in the organizational structure, your ability to shape both the organizational culture and how others perceive you is a direct result of the level of intention with which you operate.”
Welcome to the Conscience Economy
Nov. 12, 2014 - By: Steven Overman
“Something extraordinary is happening. Humankind’s increasing interconnectedness is causing a global transformation of values and expectations, at both the individual and societal level. The shift is reaching a tipping point that will transform business forever. … That’s great for humanity—and for business.”
Fight Through the Ambush: How to Thrive When Shit Hits the Fan
Nov. 12, 2014 - By: Jake Wood
“There’s a reason that the word ambush has made its way into American corporate vernacular. In today’s volatile and hypercompetitive business world, we are all constantly on the front lines. So forget about trying to avoid going to battle … being a high-stakes leader means stepping into the arena.”
Detecting and Surviving Seven Silent Growth Killers
Oct. 23, 2014 - By: Robert Sher
“Many of the problems that midsized companies must deal with are not obvious. They grow out-of-sight in the dark recesses of midsized organizations, unrecognized by management in their daily routines until they emerge as full-blown crises that can threaten the present and future of the business.”
Driving Results Through An Organizational Constitution
Oct. 23, 2014 - By: S Chris Edmonds
“An organizational constitution outlines your team’s purpose, values, strategies, and goals. It paints a vivid picture of success, values, and behaviors. It maps out how to work from that picture each day. An organizational constitution gives employees’ jobs and roles meaning and clarity.”
Effective Leaders Create Discomfort
Oct. 23, 2014 - By: Marcia Reynolds
“The best leaders make us feel unsure of ourselves. They help us recognize that what we think is true, is not. Their reflections make us stop and think. Then their questions break down our frames. They create these disruptions with courage, care, respect, and a firm belief in our highest potential.”
The Entrepreneur’s Journey
Oct. 23, 2014 - By: Kevin Kruse
“This manifesto both celebrates and encourages entrepreneurship because we need entrepreneurs to fight the dragons that roam the globe: civil wars, extreme poverty, disease, water scarcity, domestic violence, illiteracy, and so many others. We need modern-day heroes who courageously take personal risks as they build new companies.”
Watch Your F#*k%^g Language!: Why the Analogies We Embrace Drive Success and Failure, and How to Choose Better Ones
Sept. 24, 2014 - By: John Pollack
“Bad analogies can deceive and distort, even without ill intent by those who make them. Good analogies can reveal fresh insights, leading to breakthroughs in understanding. The challenge is telling one from the other at the very outset.”
Working Across Cultures and Knowing When to Shut Up
Sept. 24, 2014 - By: Erin Meyer
“Today, we are all part of a global network where success requires navigating through wildly different cultural realities. Unless we know how to decode other cultures and avoid easy-to-fall-into cultural traps, we are easy prey to misunderstanding, needless conflict, and deals that fall apart.”



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