Browsing All posts tagged under »leadership«

Managers vs Leaders

October 18, 2010


The line between managing and leading can be a delicate one. Here is a list I put together from various sources with a few I added of my own. We need managers to survive, but leaders are the ones that inspire real chang in our world. Which are you? The manager’s goal is peace; the […]

Be weak

October 5, 2010


Here is another brilliant list from Seth Godin’s blog about how to demonstrate real strength. Often times we perceive leadership to be about never showing weakness. As leaders we spend an enormous amount of time covering up our flaws and deficiencies. Reality check. That’s fine if you find yourself in the 80’s and in a […]

How to start a movement

February 14, 2010


Here is an unusual inspiration and example of how to start a movement. This particular version has a voice over breaking down each element. It’s a great illustration of how something special starts. The best part is how the most significant ingredients may not be what you would think.  As creative leaders, we are in the […]

Chicks rule!

November 25, 2009


This is a good example of good leadership gone bad. Leaders are fast and furious. Bold and fearless leaders are beating undiscovered paths toward bright, new futures. This world desperately need leaders to lead the way. However, sometimes the price of promising endeavors is at the expense of a leader’s followers. Even if followers are willing, sometimes they are not emotionally, physically, mentally, or […]

Catalyst’s Young Influencers of the month

July 23, 2009


I am thankful and honored to be listed on Catalyst’s Young Influencers List for this month. Catalyst is an amazing movement of next generation leaders that connect thousands of leaders together from all over nation. With leadership being the main focus of their conferences, Catalyst’s impact continues to grow every year. Young Influencers List – July 22, 2009 Here you […]

Will you turn into Sears Tower?

July 7, 2009


I’ve spent the last few days on vacation in Chicago, IL. We’ve done the typical tourist sites and have enjoyed the beautiful ‘Windy City’. Tonight we concluded our day at the top of the Sears Tower. Actually I should say the building formally known as the Sears Tower and is now called the Willis Tower. […]

Success in 3 minutes

July 5, 2009


Author Richard St. John in 3 minutes presents the ‘8 Keys of Success’ at the TED Conference in 2005. He took 7 years and interviewed hundreds of TEDsters to find out what were some common keys of success among the various industry professionals. This is one the most powerful and practical 3 minutes I have ever […]