Tag Archives: Art and Leadership

How to Lead Like #Ellen Degeneris: More than Entertainment — #Authentic Presence, not just #Leadership Rituals

Leadership Freak posted a recent blog about Ellen DeGeneres’ leadership style, and the value of the environment she creates in her talk show. He has some interesting observations about her influence and style, focusing mainly on her presentational fun-ness and her personal focus on happiness as a comedian. He encourages us to learn from comedians, […]

Creative #Leadership and #Poetry: Translating Metaphor into Action

Last week, in the Huffington Post, Faisal Hoque celebrated the power of creative leadership and the fact that there’s “poetry as well as plumbing” involved in the process. His blog is full of great ideas for creative leadership, including this rubric for making sure your business team has everything it needs by categorizing the kinds […]

Other people’s paths

Originally posted on The Future of Leadership is Collective:
The developmental path of a leader is shaped by the way questions are posed and transformed as they inform the inner and outer search. The way of re-organizing memory through inquiry influences the art of finding new possibilities in life. There is an assumption here –…

An obsession with annihilation: Darren Aronofsky’s Noah

Originally posted on The Stake:
*Editor’s Note: This piece originally appeared at Hothouse Magazine. by Forest Lewis Cosmologist and atheist goon-squad member Lawrence Krauss has recently taken offense at Hollywood for pandering to theists as evidenced by such movies as The Son of God and Noah. According to Mr. Krauss these stories are facile and worse and shame on…

Varanasi – India

Originally posted on Landscapes and Faces:
Sometimes leadership is visual, is viral, is about telling a truth in a heart soundbyte. In this way, we can all find a moment for a breath of hope, inspiration and awakening. The next breath, what we say or do — that’s up to us…. Landscapes and Faces View original post

#Leadership #Creativity? Want it? Get it? Got it? Good!

We all want it — that flash of insight that solves a problem, makes us essential, pumps the adrenaline up a notch, and gives the world a chance to see that unique twist of mind that makes us a creative leader! It’s not just the inspiration, either, we crave the innovative vision to make our […]

Addressing Stereotypes in Stock Photos

Originally posted on Clearly Connected Conversation:
Getty Images teamed with LeanIn.org to create a collection of stock photos intended to represent women in a more empowering light. LeanIn.org is the foundation launched by Sheryl Sandberg, author of Women, Work and the Will to Lead. The book, published last year, challenged women and the business world…