Tag Archives: Huffington Post

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 […]

Creative Follower, Co-Leader, Ziauddin Yousafzai: “I am known by my daughter and proud of it”

“Malala used to be known as my daughter, but now I’m known as her father,” Ziaddin Yousafzai said to the crowd on Monday. “In patriarchal societies, fathers are known by their sons. I am known by my daughter and proud of it.” (from Eleanor Goldberg’s coverage of Yousafzai’s Ted2014 Talk on the Huffington Post. Read […]

#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 […]

Martin Luther King’s Emotional Intelligence: Spiritual Leadership and “Emotional Regulation Strategy”

Psychologist/educators Diana Divecha and Robin Stern analyzed Martin Luther King’s emotional intelligence this week in the Huffington Post, Black Voices section. Looking at his “I Have a Dream” speech, they analyzed the ways he evoked strong emotions, named powerful emotional experiences, integrated values and emotional insights and motivated listeners with positive emotional reframing. Most interesting […]

Leadership and Mindfulness: Bill George, Longtime Meditator

Bill George, authenticity in leadership guru, writes in the Huffington Post: “Mindfulness, the practice of self-observation without judgment, encompasses an array of activities in which we focus inward on our minds and our inner voices. New research studies are demonstrating conclusively that meditation and mindfulness are good for your health — and for your soul. […]

Occupy Sandy: The 99% Offer Political and Practical Leadership

Reblogged from the Huffington Post: Occupy Sandy (an offshoot from Occupy WallStreet) uses social networks for grassroots relief Kudos to Lucas Kavner, whose well-researched article demonstrates the maturity and contemporary leadership initiatives growing out of the Occupy Wall Street movement. In a world where twitter and facebook are powerful forces to share the shallow and […]

Fact Check Your Leadership Judgements! Mitt Romneyʻs 47% Speech

Viral Video: Whatʻs a Potential Leader to Do? Itʻs hit the news hard: Mitt Romney called 47% of Americans deadbeats at a May fundraiser! (Leaked yesterday to the press and the world via YouTube). Or did he? Is that what he meant? Maybe, maybe not. Before you take my word for anything, check out  the video […]

The Worldʻs 100 Most Powerful Women (according to Forbes)

“For nine years FORBES has ranked the 100 most powerful women in the world. These are the women who adhere to the traditional classifications of power (political and economic might) and those who have risen to the top of the social and cultural landscape. It is our annual snapshot of women who impact the world.” […]

Michael Malone: Shapeshifter Leadership in the Virtual Economy

Technology journalist Michael Malone releases his new book this week, The Guardian of All Things: The Epic Story of Human Memory. It sometimes takes the profoundly interdisciplinary journalistʻs mind to tap into science in a way that challenges our ideas of who we are. Take his 2009 book, The Future Arrived Yesterday: The Rise of […]

Leadership Statistics: Obama has “the Lead”

Jeffrey Laurenti analyzed that stats for world public opinion on Obamaʻs leadership in the Huffington Post, testing out just how true his claim in the State of the Union Address that the US is “more respected around the world.” He found that, although Obamaʻs rating has dropped since he took office, “the public in every […]