Desmond Tutu, Jack Welch, John Chambers on leadership
Simon Sinek presents a simple but powerful model for how leaders inspire action, starting with a golden circle and the question “Why?
The Three Levels of Leadership model combines the strengths of older leadership theories;
Most modern analyses of leadership describe a blend of three leadership styles but the underlying themes remain the same. Good leaders use all three styles with the most appropriate dominating at any particular time, depending on the situation.
Starting a new project? See how well you are doing in the leadership stakes. If you are serious about being a good leader, then you should be able to provide serious answers to all these questions.
Effective leadership is an underlying theme throughout the teachings of the Dalai Lama. International managerial consultant Laurens van den Muyzenberg identified the business leadership undercurrent in the 1990s after he was hired to advise the Dalai Lama. Realizing the great potential in combining their respective expertise, van den Muyzenberg and the Dalai Lama co-authored The Leader’s …
Tom Rath and Barry Conchie used firsthand accounts from highly successful leaders to show how each person’s unique talents can drive their success. The leaders included the founder of Teach for America and the president of The Ritz-Carlton.
Using emotional intelligence can help you succeed as a leader. But what is emotional intelligence, and why is it that success in life sometimes seems unrelated to intelligence and how hard you are prepared to work? In 1996 Daniel Goleman wrote his groundbreaking book “Emotional Intelligence“. His exhaustive research had confirmed that success in life is …
Troy Lum is founder and president of Wired2Lead and a proud graduate of Bellevue University’s Master of Arts in Leadership program. He works to develop leadership skills with businesses large and small. With support from his wife, he found the commitment, time, and cost of pursuing additional education opened new doors. At Bellevue University, he found a …
Everyone loves participative leadership. Or do they? At the end of the day, of course, you are the leader! What happens when a very urgent or very unpalatable decision has to be made? Does participative leadership work then? Or does it have its limits? I