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LeadershipNow 140: July 2009 Compilation


twitter Here are a selection of tweets from July 2009:
  • Releasing control and sharing influence with others may be the one of the most difficult changes to make in your leadership style. ~JR Kerr
  • RT @UtneReader: Creativity it’s surprisingly orderly, it can be learned http://bit.ly/l581L Think about problems as abstract
  • Is your reluctance to follow undermining your leadership?
  • Ultimately, leadership is about life.
  • Grow yourself. You can't separate yourself as a person from yourself as a leader.
  • RT @davidzinger: Employee Engagement Zingers. A tad of Monday morning twitter humor to start your work. http://bit.ly/1xNbm4
  • RT @SirHendrix: you are acting opportunistic because you don't know your purpose, you don't focus, and you have no strategy.
  • Live through the unfair things, develop the hide to not let it bother you & keep your eyes focused on what you have to do. Hank Greenberg
  • Identify the influencers. Work through them, not around them. Invite them, don't inform them.
  • We build who we are by building up others.
  • Excellent Piece WSJ: Celebrity Culture vs. The Right Stuff
  • Time to get your strategy right: It's not just that markets have changed. Your organisation has changed. FT http://bit.ly/1YLaIt
  • Time Magazine: No Charisma? Don't Worry, You Can Still Be a Leader http://ow.ly/hJKz
  • Turnaround Question: What do I want this situation to become?
  • Cronkite: "A career can be called a success if one can look back and say: 'I made a difference.'" He made a difference.
  • RT @donhornsby: They Never Said That! | U.S. Presidents | Reader's Digest http://ff.im/5kHFS
  • A Farewell to Harms WSJ http://bit.ly/15UkE4
  • Everyone is normal until you get to know them better. ~Manfred Kets de Vries
  • Every despot must have one disloyal subject to keep him sane. ~GB Shaw
  • As a leader, if you are not encouraging candid feedback, you are just asking for trouble. Do you have a court jester?
  • RT @perrynoble NEVER allow the voice of those who know you the least to shape you the most!
  • Ideas from under your nose: While networks of outsiders are a fashionable concept, those looking for innovation... FT: http://tinyurl.com/nwd4qf
  • RT @pamslim: The big 5 mid-year game-changing questions http://bit.ly/CWcV3 Good questions to ask yourself
  • Interviews with top business authors during FT Press & Wharton School Publishing Author Week http://ow.ly/haRj
  • Otto Scharmer- Leader: All people who engage in creating change or shaping their future, regardless of their formal positions
  • If you can't live through adversity, you'll never be good at what you do. ~Hank Greenberg
  • Managers who act like owners: Extravagant restaurant bills and huge taxi fares might not endear you to the peopl.. http://tinyurl.com/lesxgz
  • RT @Ventureneer: Leadership can be learned :: says http://bit.ly/XNQJq
  • Making History > David McCullough WSJ http://tinyurl.com/kumpdg
  • The Fall of the Workplace Jerk ?? WSJ http://ow.ly/gn6j
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