Manifestos tagged with Art


Getting China Right
April 13, 2016 - By: Arthur R. Kroeber
“China’s spectacular economic growth has been one of the most significant events of the past two decades. … We need to understand how China works (and how it doesn’t), why it works the way it does, where it might be headed in the coming years, and what this means for the rest of the world.”
Am I Authentic Yet?
March 16, 2016 - By: Karissa Thacker
“It is helpful to think of authentic leadership as a state not a trait. That allows us to ask a powerful question. How do we cultivate the state of authentic leadership? … It also leaves room for all of us flawed humans to be in a state of authentic leadership for periods of time.”
Ignite Change: How Empathetic Communication Helps You Illuminate a Path that People Will Want to Follow
Feb. 17, 2016 - By: Nancy Duarte & Patti Sanchez
“This is our manifesto for change communications and, more specifically, for leaders who want to inspire others to understand and follow their vision for change, over and over again.”
A New Mirror
Dec. 17, 2015 - By: Shlomo Benartzi
“In the 21st century, human nature has discovered a new mirror. Thanks to the rise of smartphones and wearables, we can now monitor our body and behavior in exquisite detail … Unfortunately, it’s not clear that this new feedback is helping us make better decisions. These new digital mirrors are certainly cool. I want to make them useful.”
Getting One Second Ahead: 5 Mantras for Mindful Leadership
Nov. 11, 2015 - By: Rasmus Hougaard, with Jacqueline Carter & Gillian Coutts
“As leaders, you need to be able to rapidly sift through an overload of information and multiple distractions. […] If managing our attention is at the root of the problem, then training the attentional muscle is the key to addressing it.”
Thinking Our Way Out of the Darkness
Sept. 16, 2015 - By: Angie McArthur & Dr. Dawna Markova
“We take for granted that intelligence occurs within our own minds. We don’t realize that it also occurs between us. What keeps us from tapping into that intelligence and communicating effectively is that most of us don’t know how to think with people who think differently than we do.”
Local Networks, Global Change: Working Locally through the UN Global Compact
July 8, 2015 - By: Mark Moody-Stuart
“It is only through Local Networks that the smaller and purely national and local companies which provide the bulk of employment in almost every economy can become involved. Such involvement has great benefits for all.”
10 Lessons on Art and Strategy
May 13, 2015 - By: Jessica Hagy
“War is just a metaphor for every problem you’ve ever had in your life. Without problems, you’ve got no plot, and without a plot, your character can’t develop. So don’t just choose your battles. Embrace them.”
Against the Odds: Startups that Make It
June 11, 2014 - By: Derek Lidow
“It is one of our saddest economic statistics: More than half small businesses fail within a few years of startup. ... I think that the solution is deceptively simple: entrepreneurs should stop thinking so much about the idea behind the business and focus instead on how to lead it.”
The Smart People Manifesto: How to Get Our Nation’s Top Graduates to Build Things
March 12, 2014 - By: Andrew Yang
“Our smart people are doing the wrong things. If we can get them to do the right things it will transform the country. We need more jobs, new enterprises and a resurgent culture of innovation in the U.S. The question is—how can we encourage our top people to take risks and build new things?”



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