Manifestos tagged with Leadership


At the Speed of Seth: What I Learned Working With Seth Godin and the Domino Project
Sept. 7, 2011 - By: Michael Bungay Stanier
“Getting anything up and flying is a tricky business. I’m still learning how to catch the wind just right in most of the things I do. This story is about launching a new project, a book. But if it was a kite, right now we'd be seeing it crashed and broken on the ground.”
The Best Leader in the World: It Could Be You
Sept. 7, 2011 - By: Jon Wortmann, Jay Therrien, and Tom Endersbe
“As daunting as leadership can be, what you need to do is straightforward. We’re about to teach you a model that will make you the kind of leader whose team people beg to join; and the kind of person who develops other leaders as a natural part of your every day work and life.”
The Art of Hassle Map Thinking
Sept. 7, 2011 - By: Adrian J. Slywotzky with Karl Weber
“We’ve found that organizations that excel at demand creation ... examine the lives of customers through the lens of what we call a Hassle Map—a detailed study of the problems, large and small, that people experience whenever they use their products.”
Right Fights: Making Conflict Productive
Aug. 3, 2011 - By: Saj-nicole Joni
"Your job as a leader isn’t to eliminate dissonance–your job is to make conflict productive. Right Fights enable you and your team to stop fighting about everything that doesn’t matter and start fighting, in a high-minded manner, about what really matters."
A General’s Guide to Deploying an Army of Entrepreneurs
Aug. 3, 2011 - By: Jennifer Prosek
"While I may have started out building a chain–mindful that a chain is only as strong as its weakest link—I came to see that interweaving the threads of a rope came much closer to meeting my goal of a cohesive, interactive team."
Your CQ: Why It Might Be the Most Important Number You Don’t Know!
July 6, 2011 - By: David Livermore
"How do we move beyond mantras about cultural sensitivity and global awareness to successfully adapting to various cultures while simultaneously remaining true to ourselves? Both sides of the equation are essential—being true to ourselves and adapting to different cultures.”
Brains, Bones, and Nerves: The Only Three Things an Enterprise Leader Should Focus On
July 6, 2011 - By: Rajeev Peshawaria
“Just as the human body needs all three systems—the brain, bones, and nerves—functioning in perfect harmony to maximize longevity and performance, a business needs its strategy, architecture, and culture to work in harmony in order to maximize results.”
TouchPoints: Why the Interruptions That Drive Us Crazy Just Might Be the Most Productive Opportunities We Have Every Day
July 6, 2011 - By: Douglas Conant & Mette Norgaard
“Some days it feels like the information age has morphed into the interruption age. But what if those interruptions turned out to be our best opportunity to make a difference in our workplaces?”
Reputation Rules: Don’t Neglect Your Company’s Most Precious Asset
June 8, 2011 - By: Daniel Diermeier
"Trust is now an essential part of business success. [...] Companies have not responded to these changes. Their reputational risk has increased dramatically, but their capabilities have stayed the same. The result is one crisis chasing another and the long-term erosion of public trust in private enterprise.”
Change In a Leader Can Change the World
June 8, 2011 - By: Jeremie Kubicek
“I believe we need to systematically transform the leadership culture from a dominating system to a liberating system. I believe it starts one leader at a time. Each leader must play a part in this transformation by thinking differently about the way they lead if we are to ever see true ‘Change in the World.’”



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