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LeadershipNow 140: June 2009 Compilation
Here are a selection of tweets
from June 2009:
- Survive company mergers: Business leaders will soon see opportunities for mergers and acquisitions. FT: http://tinyurl.com/kth2e4
- To lead you must come from a context larger than the self.
- What you don't know about Ed McMahon by @wallybock http://ow.ly/fNhY
- RT @innovate: "Know when to be stubborn and when to be flexible: Be stubborn about the vision, but flexible about tactics" - Jeff Bezos
- RT @scottmckain: It's the label on a wine bottle ... What can YOU do to get more business? http://budurl.com/smvp Now that's thinking!
- RT @MichaelHyatt: RT @human3rror: Overheard: Youtube, Twitter, and Facebook are merging together: "YouTwitFace.com"
- Make a list of your most basic assumptions. Are they still true?
- Effective networks lead to innovation : You need to understand how informal networks can work to your benefit. http://tinyurl.com/lqhx5l
- Relevance: Are you answering questions no one is asking?
- Raising Kids: Our revolutionary leaders wanted the best from their children. http://ow.ly/feoG
- Twitter: Tips, Tricks and Tweets http://ow.ly/f3vd Very helpful book-esp for people like me!
- How to rebuild trust: (Registration Required) http://tinyurl.com/m3zvqe
- Most leadership is not out front and heroic. We don't see it because we don't know what we are looking for.
- If you do not have some bad loans, you are not in business.” ~Paul Volker
- The undercover boss: The CEO went undercover in his own business, disguised as an office worker (Registration Required) http://tinyurl.com/mmapv4
- Developing leaders is a long term solution. Recruitment is a short-term answer to a long-term problem.
- Counselors should quit trying to determine who is right and instead guide people on how to apply the correct principles in their situation
- Are you getting enough sleep? http://ow.ly/d899
- Are you building margin into your life? Emotional, physical, schedule and financial margin?
- Leaders take note: Disappointment breeds cynicism.
- Real success or failure is hard to measure especially in short term. Targets and personal gain are attractive alternatives ~How Rome Fell
- When we start with our eyes on our needs, we are never able to see anything else.
- If you’re just maintaining the institution, it’s difficult to see beyond the old and allow the new to emerge.
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Posted by Michael McKinney at 10:09 AM
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