Tag Archives: YouTube

So you want to be an #authentic leader? Know your own story, and live it flexibly!!

So many of us talk about being authentic, as if it is the most important quality of a leader. But what does it mean to be authentic in the challenging roles and relationships we have to navigate as leaders? This short video answers that question by showing you how to master your leadership story, and […]

Be a Leader, Not a Zombie: Zombie Candidates and Voters after All Hallows Eve…

News from the Zombies As you can see, there have been a lot of images about zombie candidates, not just for Romney, kind of a seasonal meme (viral concept). The main theme seems to be that the followers of the undead candidates are brainless. And in fact none of us are brain dead, although as […]

Zombie Romney: Joss Whedon reveals the real reason behind Romnesia

Viral “Zomney” Satirical Video on YouTube At its best, artist leadership is equal parts entertainment and cogent argument. Writer, producer, director Joss Whedon combines them both to comic and gut-punching effect in his viral Oct. 29 video, Whedon on Romney. It’s all over the blogosphere, the newspapers, twitter, email — not just because it’s funny, but […]

Bread and Circuses: Stabilizing Leadership or Seductive Distraction

Those of us who talk about leadership as charisma donʻt mean the kind of propoganda festivals that distract followers/citizens from the gaps in leadership. But these “Bread and Circus” events, designed to entertain and appease the masses and make a good impression, are part of a leaderʻs cultural charisma. Martin Rowsonʻs cartoon, pointing a finger […]