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11.30.09

LeadershipNow 140: November 2009 Compilation

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twitter Here are a selection of tweets from November 2009:
  • Leadership – What’s Love Got To Do With it? http://ow.ly/HajA
  • Our comments shape people's lives. Our remarks point people in a direction. What future are you pointing people to?
  • If there's any secret to leadership it is "fit." Leadership style must fit the leader, & it must fit the org. http://bit.ly/1eD3RZ
  • Fortune: How to build great leaders - http://bit.ly/2Z5Pot
  • VIENNA: Peter Drucker - yodelling down Mount Fuji http://bit.ly/5wHLfz
  • The reason why so many people want to get back to “business as usual” is that that is what they do best. ~S. Stern in FT
  • @LeaderTalk: Leadership Priniciples Series | Leading Self with Character: Health and Well Being http://bit.ly/68yL5K
  • Interested in brain based solutions to leadership gaps? http://bit.ly/79hSqY
  • Drucker's principles still relevant today, interview with NPR's Marketplace http://bit.ly/15GvtE
  • Inc: The Wisdom of Peter Drucker from A to Z http://ow.ly/ED90
  • Still Here After a Rough Year http://bit.ly/4DI6QX
  • @DruckerInst: It's Drucker's 100th birthday—check out the celebratory "Apps"! http://bit.ly/2hRDSZ
  • “What you did tonight,” I said, “meant the world to a man whose life is ending. And what did it cost you? Nothing.” http://bit.ly/2FTMMA
  • Dilbert and his boss are practicing leadership again http://bit.ly/3w55BM Good Stuff!
  • Alan Weiss' 11 Problems That Plague Organizations - http://bit.ly/8K9ZF
  • @johnspence123 What are the Most Important Leadership Skills? Some really great info http://tiny.cc/FK1bU
  • Open your mind to the idea of innovation: Only complacent leaders believe their way of doing things cannot be improved http://bit.ly/4odakM
  • Want to market yourself memorably? Apply the personal touch — and a little creativity. http://ow.ly/CT1C
  • Bolster Your Leadership By Recognizing Mistakes http://ow.ly/CT1j
  • Fortune: Steve Jobs named CEO of the decade http://bit.ly/3J5MOi
  • Same leadership probs come up again & again in downturn. Solving them doesn't take fancy tech--just character & courage http://bit.ly/3HNDTX
  • On teamwork: Consultant John Ghegan has this sign on his desk: If I had it to do all over again, I'd get help.
  • @mikehenrysr: New post: Tribal Leadership http://bit.ly/t5C8x
  • Young people not only value parental input, but tend to have healthier relationships when they receive parental advice http://ow.ly/BnN7
  • Danish proverb: He who is afraid of asking is ashamed of learning.
  • @MeredithMBell: "If a small thing has the power to make you angry, does that not indicate something about your size?" - Sidney J. Harris
  • Drew Gilpin Faust: Most imp leadership lesson is understanding the context in which you are leading http://bit.ly/39Ta5T
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