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Twitter / moniquevalcour: Traditional leaders vs. ...

Twitter / moniquevalcour: Traditional leaders vs. ...

Traditional leaders vs. collaborative leaders. via @moniquevalcour #leadershiptip

Leaders owe it to their followers to share their point of view. We don't follow robots; we follow people who move us. ~@JohnBaldoni”

10 things the greatest leaders all have in common

10 things the greatest leaders all have in common

Ten things the greatest leaders all have in common. via @bakadesuyo

“Today's best #leaders realize that a strong corporate culture is the glue which unites people. ~@m2com”

“True #leaders put service above self; empower, don't control & serve rather than demand to be served. ~Ritch Eich thx @studentlifeguru

How Leaders Can Find Their Mojo

How Leaders Can Find Their Mojo

How Leaders Can Find Their Mojo: Be the Jockey! via @EntMagazine #leadershiptip

“Good leaders do more than respond; they own the issue. They accept responsibility and own the consequences. ~@JohnBaldoni”

Leaders don't see their people as "under" them. They flip the org chart and lift others as high as they can by serving. ~@TheProGuide”

“Weak leaders have the luxury of looking after themselves. Great leaders have the honor of looking after others. ~@simonsinek #bealeader”

Twitter / HarvardBiz: Rule #4: Leaders own the job ...

Twitter / HarvardBiz: Rule #4: Leaders own the job ...

Leaders own the job of creating the company culture. via @netflix thx @ValaAfshar #bealeader

“Love this quote: The best leaders ask for more feedback. ~@StartupSandy #bealeader”

“It takes many leaders far too long to recognize that #teamwork is not a sign of weakness, it's evidence of wisdom. ~@leadyourteam #bealeader”

“Great leaders have enough trust in others to be open to hearing alternative points of view and courses of action. ~@erikaandersen”

Leaders should focus on building future leaders. Tomorrow's success starts with action today. ~@leadlikeahero”

Leaders don't create followers, they create more leaders. ~Tom Peters thx @anitafiander

6 Reasons Leaders Make Bad Decisions - Boiled Down to 1.5

6 Reasons Leaders Make Bad Decisions - Boiled Down to 1.5

6 Reasons Leaders Make Bad Decisions - Boiled Down to 1.5. via @erikaandersen

Mark Goulston

Mark Goulston " Blog Archive " Usable Insight - "Hey guys! You can't have your b-tch and eat it too!"

Amazing tip to put men and women leaders on equal footing - bookmark this post! via @MarkGoulston

42: What We Can Learn From The Power Of Myth Making

42: What We Can Learn From The Power Of Myth Making

Leaders tell stories. Much to learn from Jackie Robinson and the film 42. via @JohnBaldoni

Leaders must be close enough to relate to others, but far enough ahead to motivate them. ~John C. Maxwell”

Great Leaders Allow Others to Perform At Their Best

Great Leaders Allow Others to Perform At Their Best

Great Leaders Allow Others to Perform At Their Best. via @BrianTracy

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