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How to Recognize (and Cure) Your Own Hubris

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Confidence is an attribute that every leader needs to embrace and to foster in others. But when confidence goes too far, it can become hubris. Overdosing on confidence is easy to do. Jim Collins writes about the organizational side of hubris in his latest book, How the Mighty Fall.

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Work Life Lead: Creating An Open Culture of Gratitude

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More and more it is becoming evident that organizational leaders are not just decision-makers and systems managers, but the creators of a culture for the achievement of impact. Borrowing from the open source software movement

The New GE Way: Go Deep, Not Wide - WSJ.com [del.icio.us]

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In Break With Old Paradigm, GE's Top Managers Relocate Less, Concentrate Expertise in One Field. WSJ management leadership

Weekly Leader Podcast Episode 95 – Aaron Schwartz, CEO (Director of Player Personnel), Modify Watches

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This week Pam speaks with Aaron Schwartz, CEO (Director of Player Personnel), Modify Watches and more great podsafe music. Leadership In the News “Luck is the residue of design” at WaterFire Providence (quote attributed to Branch Rickey) Website of the Week Flipboard on the Web Pam’s Magazines: Workplace Culture Leading Healthcare Change Brains & Personality Weekly Leader [.]. Related posts: Weekly Leader Podcast Episode 93 – Greg Marcus, Idolbuster.

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When good investment decisions end up backing more women CEOs: Conversation with Cameron Lester at Azure Capital.

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By Marylene Delbourg-Delphis @ mddelphis. Azure Capital , a San Francisco-based venture capital firm with over $650 million under management, has been remarkably successful since its inception a little over ten years go.

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Weekly Leader Podcast Episode 96 – Dan Schwabel, author of Promote Yourself

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This week Pam speaks with Dan Schwabel, author of Promote Yourself, and more great podsafe music. Weekly Leader Dan Schwabel, author of Promote Yourself, The New Rules for Career Success (Kindle) Twitter: @DanSchwabel Website Contact Info Send comments to podcast@weeklyleader.net Audio comments are welcomed and encouraged. Attach an MP3 file of 5 mb of less. Weekly Leader […]. Related posts: Weekly Leader Podcast Episode 93 – Greg Marcus, Idolbuster.

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Work Life Lead: The Organic Steward

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This is a continuing series on Organic Leadership that is pointing to the changes in leadership and organizations that are happening in our time. The Organic leader is a steward of the company. A steward cares for the people and the

Weekly Leader Podcast Episode 93 – Greg Marcus, Idolbuster

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This week Pam speaks with Greg Marcus of Idolbuster, Pam’s Research Report of the Week, reports on some good and bad CEO’s and more great podsafe music. Leadership in the News 100 Best Performing CEO’s in the World – (check out the demographics tab) Harvard Business Review, Jan. – Feb. 2013 issue The Worst CEO’s [.]. Related posts: Weekly Leader Podcast Episode 92 Nikhil Arora, BTTR Ventures. Weekly Leader Podcast Episode 83 – Leadership Communications.

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The Year of C.E.O. Failures Explained (NY Times) [del.icio.us]

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David Pogue's take on some 2011 high profile failures by tech CEOs. nytimes failure ceo leadership

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Leadership Development – Touch or Tackle?

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I think at times leadership and leadership development can be a lot of tiptoeing through the tulips. The thousands of books and popular notions of “leadership” are by most accounts slanted toward the positive. However, the activity is

Weekly Leader Podcast Episode 89 – Whitney Johnson, author of Dare, Dream, Do

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This week Pam speaks with Whitney Johnson about her book Dare, Dream, Do plus the Weekly Leader Website of the Week, Pam’s Research Report and more great podsafe music. Website of the Week WaterFire Providence – Peter’s gig and 2012 ArtPlace Grant recipient Pam’s 2009 Father’s Day post: Leadership lessons from my Dad From the [.] Related posts: Weekly Leader Podcast Episode 33 – Nilofer Merchant, author of The New How.

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The Link Between Leadership, Learning and Organizational Performance [del.icio.us]

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And lastly, a leader must project a culture of innovation (through learning), otherwise performance will suffer. learning innovation leadership

Weekly Leader Podcast Episode 88 – Wendy Appel, The Enneagram Specialist

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This week Pam speaks with Wendy Appel, The Enneagram Specialist about her book InsideOut Enneagram plus the Weekly Leader Website of the Week, Pam’s Research Report and more great podsafe music. Website of the Week You Are Not So Smart podcast Research Report of the Week The Economist Focus: More coffee, less midnight oil Weekly Leader [.] Related posts: Weekly Leader Podcast Episode 83 – Leadership Communications.

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Experience Means Nothing – Judgement is Everything

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What we need our leaders to do about the oil spill is to listen to things from all sides and exercise judgment - calm, sound judgment. Not a soul on the earth has any experience capping a mile-deep oil well

Addictive Personality? You Might be a Leader | NY Times [del.icio.us]

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Interesting but not so sure. leadership behavior

Op-ed against Goldman Sachs a wake-up call (to all leaders) [del.icio.us]

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If your employees were to write an op-ed about you or your organization, what might they say? What do you aspire to have them say, and how are you leading with your actions to get those results? leadership

Leadership Q&A: Is there difference between stewardship and.

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This is another column in a series on The Stewardship of Gratitude. You can follow on Twitter at #stewardshipgratitude. Is there a difference between being a steward and being a leader? I'm tempted to say, “No, they are virtually the

Sparking creativity in teams: An executive’s guide - McKinsey Quarterly - Strategy - Strategy in Practice [del.icio.us]

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Senior managers can apply practical insights from neuroscience to make themselves—and their teams—more creative. leadership creativity practice team

Introverted Execs Find Ways to Shine - WSJ.com [del.icio.us]

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Introverted Execs Find Ways to Shine. leadership ceo behavior

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Larry Page Is Leading Google To War | Business Insider [del.icio.us]

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Interesting take on "peace-time" and "war-time" ceo's/leadership. Not sure I agree but food for thought. ceo leadership behavior practice

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Thad Allen on leading during the Gulf disasters: Lessons from the former commandant of the US Coast Guard | The Washington Post [del.icio.us]

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More leadership lessons from our Weekly Leader #5. leadership USCG

Leadership Q&A: Creating a Culture of Gratitude

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A culture exists where people share common values, traditions and expectations for their relationships. How does this work in a business? In the most general terms, a business is organization around four areas of activity.

Does Collaborative Leadership Have to Be Slow? - Morten T. Hansen and Herminia Ibarra - Harvard Business Review [del.icio.us]

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Weekly Leader Podcast Episode 91 – Willa Seldon, The Bridgespan Group

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This week Pam speaks with Willa Seldon, partner, The Bridgespan Group, 2012 General Election, the fall of another American hero, Pam’s Research Report of the Week followed by more great podsafe music. Leadership in the News 2012 General Election – Concession speeches of Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown and Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney Fall of another [.] Related posts: Weekly Leader Podcast Episode 83 – Leadership Communications.

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From Soup to Negligee: Success According to Victoria's Secret's Lori Greeley and Campbell Soup's Denise Morrison | Knowledge@Wharton [del.icio.us]

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A tale of two women in business, and how each found her way to the top. leadership diversity women ceo

Four Temptations Christian Leaders Face | @MichaelHyatt [del.icio.us]

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What it takes to lead | Harvard Gazette [del.icio.us]

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Harvard experts probe qualities essential to managing well. leadership harvard theory

Nokia CEO Stephen Elop rallies troops in brutally honest memo | Engadget [del.icio.us]

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Brutal honesty, the best leadership policy? ceo communication leadership

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Authentic Leadership Can Be Bad Leadership | Harvard Business Review [del.icio.us]

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Great post by Deborah Gruenfeld and Lauren Zander. leadership practice authenticity badleadership

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Executive coaching – another set of clothes for the Emperor? | Forbes [del.icio.us]

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Slightly misleading headline but an interesting post by Matt Symonds for Forbes.com's The Business School Beat. leadership leadershipdevelopment strategy practice businessschool

Expanding management: The delicate art of sharing control | Fortune [del.icio.us]

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Interesting in light of the recent Google CEO transition news. leadership transition succession ceo

Google's Greatest Innovation May Be Its Management Practice | Fast Company [del.icio.us]

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Interesting post by Bruce Nussbaum on what he calls bi-generational leadership. leadership ceo roles responsibility succession GenY Boomers

The Open Company: The evolution of management | The Economist [del.icio.us]

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Important reading for all leaders. leadership innovation

The Essence of Leadership

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a corporation is a collection of human beings; employees, stockholders, customers, and stakehold

Leading across borders: inclusive thinking in an interconnected world | Ernst & Young [del.icio.us]

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Three things that business leaders can do on Monday morning to learn, think and act differently. leadership leadershipdevelopment practice diversity

Weekly Leader Podcast Episode 70: Emotionally Intelligent.

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This week on the Weekly Leader Leadership Podcast Peter speaks with Marcy Levy Shankman and Scott Allen about their book Emotionally Intelligent Leadership: A Guide for College Students. Plus Wally Bock's best of leadership from the