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  • The Queen: Never complain. Never explain.

    Written by: Hugh Salmon | March 12, 2012

    As you may know, this year, to honour Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee, the rest of the world has generously invited us to host the Olympic Games in London. On behalf of my Queen and I, I would like to thank you all. Diamond Jubilee? If you did not know, that is sixty years on the […] Read moreRead More»


  • Are You Socially Constipated by William Powell

    Written by: William Powell | March 9, 2012

    You’re on Facebook and your cover photo is just dead wicked. You have a Twitter account with over 10k followers and pretty solid engagement. Your LinkedIn profile proudly displays 500+ connections and well over 50 recommendations. You have ventured into Google+ and your circles would make Chris Brogan feel like the nerdy kid never picked […] Read moreRead More»


  • The Future of Leadership Requires Leading and Connecting from Within by Lisa Petrilli

    Written by: LisaPetrilli | March 8, 2012

    In the same way the world as we know it is coming to an end, so too is leadership. As someone who has spent a good deal of time these last few years working with an energy healer – a genuinely empowering experience – I fully believe that what the planet is moving toward is not […] Read moreRead More»


  • 3 Truths about Vision by Mark Miller

    Written by: Mark Miller | March 7, 2012

    Vision is perhaps the most misunderstood aspect of leadership. It is universally held as a critical element of successful leadership; yet as it is discussed, it is often shrouded in mystery and ambiguity. It doesn’t have to be this way. Vision rightly defined and understood is the cornerstone of great leadership and great accomplishment. Let’s […] Read moreRead More»


  • The Elusive Future of Leadership by Kneale Mann

    Written by: Kneale Mann | March 5, 2012

    Anytime I think about the future, it reminds me of what Eckart Tolle says that the future will never arrive and the past is simply our recollection of what may or may not have happened. The future of leadership can only be done through the lens of the observer yet each of us makes three […] Read moreRead More»


  • The Future of Leadership is Already Here by Micah Solomon

    Written by: Micah Solomon | March 5, 2012

    The future of leadership — company leaders who are preparing a bright future for their companies and perhaps for the world — is already here. These leaders focus not just on nuts and bolts, techniques and standards, but on culture. A strong, consciously developed pro-customer (and pro-employee) company culture is a business advantage that will […] Read moreRead More»


  • You: Reinvented. Breaking a Bad, Bad Habit

    Written by: Ted Coiné | March 4, 2012

    Are you as addicted to the instant reward as I am? Chances are, if you tweet as ardently as I, that’s a sign right there. Twitter is the ultimate immediate-feedback machine. You say something, someone retweets or replies, and voila: you’ve been validated. Blogging is another one, only a bit less immediate. You write your […] Read moreRead More»


  • The World of the 21st Century CEO by John Bell

    Written by: John Bell | March 1, 2012

    Yesterday I identified the successful 21st century CEO as someone who is constantly thinking about the future.  History has shown us that the best performers were those who made the right strategic moves to create a future in which their company would enjoy significant competitive advantage. Their strong sense of vision and belief in proactivity […] Read moreRead More»


  • Who is the 21st Century CEO? by John Bell

    Written by: John Bell | February 29, 2012

    He or she is the leader who is constantly thinking about tomorrow – not the next week, the next month, the next quarter or even the next year. The future these leaders envision is the one they choose to create; their tomorrow will be a business ‘lotus land’ that is poles apart from an unwelcomed […] Read moreRead More»


  • The Future of Leadership: 8 Significant Shifts by Jesse Lyn Stoner

    Written by: Jesse Lyn Stoner | February 28, 2012

    I don’t need to look into a crystal ball to see what will be required of leadership in the 21st century. I only need to look around and see what is happening in the world right now. Driven by technology, our interconnection and inter-dependence as individuals, as companies, and as countries is expanding exponentially. Most […] Read moreRead More»


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