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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

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 […]

Can I just talk about Malala for a second

Love this shameless celebration of Malala Yousafzai’s vision, charisma and persistence. She has ignited a world of women and girls, and probably men, who respect her and want to say, I am Malala. Love this honest praise of what is a combination of charisma and vision: “I don’t know. I just love her energy. Her […]

The Land Of “But”; Where Ideas Go To Die

Originally posted on DCulberhouse:
Each day hundreds of thousands of ideas are formed, considered…and most often disregarded, cast-aside, and left to wither and die… Each day, ideas, both good and bad, survive and thrive or wither and die due to the mindset in which they are formed and the environment in which they are tossed…

#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 […]

The Goofus and Gallant Paths to Leadership Excellence: Start Where You Are!

Leadership: sometimes it seems like the thing we do despite ourselves. When we think about what we’re supposed to do, we stumble. It’s that pesky learning curve. Aren’t you sometimes tempted to just throw leadership theory away, stand up and say, “I JUST WANT TO DO MY JOB!” For most of us, when we don’t […]

Check this out! New Book Review, Global Business Leadership

Interested in interdisciplinary approaches to global leadership, emphasizing new cultural paradigms like “culture of care,” the blessings of ambiguity, and celebrating the practical cross-cultural benefits of mindful partnerships? Check out Global Business Leadership, a textbook and resource for expanding business thinking through cultural skill-building. The field of global leadership in business has been deepening for […]