A few days back I mentioned a great interview I had heard with Frances Hesselbein, former CEO of the Girl Scouts and legendary follower of Peter Drucker. They’ve put up the mp3 of the interview. You can listen in right
Some things are just too good to pass up. Enjoy it for what it’s worth…there’s actually quite a message if you watch through to the end. Gotta love it!
Chris Anderson (The Long Tail) is out with a free preview of his next book on the concept of certain kinds of things "wanting to be free." You can read his article right here. I referred to the idea previously
You may have already read the text of the commencement address that Steve Jobs gave at Stanford a couple years back. It’s now available as a video from Stanford on iTunes. You’ll see it on the top downloads. Just 15
If there is a fundamental question it is this one: If my organization went away tomorrow would anyone notice? Ever asked that one? Ever asked it about yourself? It’s kind of a George Bailey question. Have I made any difference?
Ever checked out The Lexus Covenant? What a commitment! No compromise. Lexis "will win the race because Lexus will do it right from the start." It goes on to say that Lexus "will treat each customer as we would a
Are you still running after the goals that once drove you? Do you have the same passion for it? Or have you settled? I like to think I’m somewhere around halftime…maybe not quite there, but close…and I’m finding that there
Talk about beyond relevant. Gotta love Erwin! What he’s saying? It’s true for everything. The aim isn’t joining what already is. By the way, tripped across the Erwin McManus video over at Church Video Ideas today. Great new site. Not
Do you know what it is that makes leadership possible? According to John Maxwell it is a matter of "change". Not change like in "Things need to change." More like, "Investing in you is like putting a little ‘change’ in
A key insight in Carly Fiorina’s session at Willow’s Leadership Summit concerned the power of the right question. In her interview with Bill Hybels she said that she’d learned that "sometimes knowing the right answer is less important than knowing