Tag Archives: art
I love this poem. It shows that freedom — and by extension innovation — is about taking a risk, despite what the other crabs say, and then dealing with the consequences, good and bad. This is a lonely, liberating moment most innovators have to take in order to achieve their goals.
Michael Blumenthal says it all in this poem that busts the myth mystique and celebrates real leadership!
According to the notable, recently passed leadership scholar Warren Bennis, “Leaders must encourage their organizations to dance to forms of music yet to be heard.” What’s on your dance card? What leadership music do you hear today? Get moving — it’s yours….
Some leadership wisdom from Warren Buffett and Heartmath…. Thinking ahead seven generations is the soul of great leadership.
Here’s a new twist on work evaluations! Michael O’Malley suggests 12 criteria to judge how much of an artist your fearless leader might be! If indeed, Every Leader is an Artist, we need to move these challenging criteria into a happier dance to ensure success… His criteria are: Intent. Do they make an express commitment to achieve certain […]
The vision that excites our followers to dance with us is not the vision of certainty. It’s a vision of expansion, imaginative possibility. Vision is a bridge from the known into the unknown, and requires curiosity not just clarity. Manager-vision promises good results; great leadership vision promises possibility. In this picture, it’s hard to tell […]