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08.31.09

LeadershipNow 140: August 2009 Compilation

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twitter Here are a selection of tweets from August 2009:
  • Leadership Lessons from Ted Kennedy http://bit.ly/IS4Zt
  • Why Gen-Y Johnny Can't Read Nonverbal Cues http://ow.ly/miyi
  • @HarvardBiz: Ted Kennedy, Low-Potential Leader http://bit.ly/14ehlo
  • Leadership involves plumbing as well as poetry. ~Jim March
  • Our nature has no built-in braking system. More is never enough. ~Peter Whybrow
  • Good mgnt is art of making problems so interesting and solutions so constructive that everyone wants to get to work and deal w/ them. ~P Hawken
  • “You know why I do marathons? Because this is how I practice not quitting.” ~ @OrlandoMagicPat
  • The problems of an aging customer base http://ow.ly/kwmu
  • USAF leadership lesson SLICED=Selflessness, Loyalty, Integrity, Commitment, Energy, Decisiveness http://bit.ly/NhNcJ
  • The more unpredictable the world becomes, the more we rely on predictions. ~Steve Rivkin
  • You need to learn to level with people without leveling them. ~The Effective Editor
  • Maybe the best managers are simply ordinary, healthy people who aren't too screwed up. ~Mintzberg http://ow.ly/kjq3 Book: http://ow.ly/kjtd
  • The Lesson of the 38 Candy Bars - We would’ve followed that general anywhere. http://ow.ly/kdM1
  • RT @hulmevision: Subject of 100,000+ books, Bonaparte’s story still fascinates 2 centuries later. How did he do it? http://bit.ly/ayZWg
  • Authority should be seen as a part of leadership, not as a way around leadership.
  • Another good column by @HarveyMackay: "Uncommon leadership has common traits" http://bit.ly/if2uA
  • Can business leaders learn a lesson from the president of the United States? http://ow.ly/jVwQ
  • RT @JohnBaldoni: Forgiveness is an act of leadership. Read my column at http://tinyurl.com/qmcoav
  • Old friend Lance Cosgrove offers FREE mp3s dwnlds. Not a country music fan but check out In Your Little Girl’s Eyes (from the Raining In Bakersfield album) Grt Lyrics http://ow.ly/jS08
  • Change the world: Begin as a band of madmen welcoming other crazy ppl who want to be part of something bigger than themselves
  • @dbsIII Your emphasis on alignment in your new book - A Leader Within - is good. http://bit.ly/Epv0u
  • Gary Hamel: "Don't confuse the edge of your rut with the horizon."
  • 31 Refutably Irrefutable Laws of Lame Leadership: http://scribd.com/doc/273295 This will resonate!
  • WSJ: Just how accurate are those numbers? More guesswork than we'd like to think. http://ow.ly/ja3B
  • Stefan Stern: The rules of engagement: All is not fair in love, war and business http://bit.ly/vOkp7
  • Change the way you work: Forget call centres – systems thinkers see the world differently: http://bit.ly/i2ZoD
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Posted by Michael McKinney at 12:01 AM
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