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LEADERSHIP

7 lessons : i live in my life… you can certainly try.

1. Surround yourself with people who are smarter than you and move out of their way. If you feel like you know everything, you’re wrong. I know what I don’t know and then I find partners who can teach me. A perfect example is my partnership with Patrick Whitesell, my co-CEO at WME. While we take on different roles at ...

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WHAT IS YOUR LEGACY GOING TO BE?

I am referring zig Ziglar and love to explain about the chef mentioned Thomas Keller of the iconic California restaurant The French Laundry.  “He would always leave me a list of things to do and a couple of times he would write at the top: ‘What is your legacy going to be?’  I always roll my eyes at the word “legacy,” ...

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Leaders often fall into one of five styles

They include the sports coach, driver director, and mentor and country clubber The best style is dubbed eclectic, a combination of the styles based on circumstances Good leaders are hard to come by. Just ask most people who have bosses or who look to someone to lead their organization. Some of the complaints you hear in company almost every day. ...

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Secrets of Nelson Mandela’s leadership

Time managing editor Richard Stengel once called him “the closest thing the world has to a secular saint.” On the occasion of Mandela’s 90th birthday, Stengel shared eight lessons of leadership from the great anti-apartheid leader’s life that were culled from new and old interviews with the former South African president. (Stengel worked with Mandela on his autobiography, ‘ Long walk ...

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Secrets of Nelson Mandela’s leadership

Time managing editor Richard Stengel once called him “the closest thing the world has to a secular saint.” On the occasion of Mandela’s 90th birthday, Stengel shared eight lessons of leadership from the great anti-apartheid leader’s life that were culled from new and old interviews with the former South African president. (Stengel worked with Mandela on his autobiography, ‘ Long walk ...

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Critics will critic you, no other way left….

Critics will critic you. People will throw stones on your multi actions. People around you will never appreciate you, even after producing results. Remember the rule is that people are around you most of the time under estimate you .Most of the time they are not ready to accept your true level of potentiality. Who is not criticized? Who had ...

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Twitter CEO Dick Costolo: What I've Learned

The captain of the world’s most ubiquitous social media platform talks leadership, disruption, and why he follows Mia Farrow.  There are certain things you’d expect of the CEO of the fastest growing, most disruptive, 140-character communications platform in the world. For starters, you’d expect him to spend a lot of time thinking about the future, much of which his company ...

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What is the difference between self centric and selfishness?

WHAT QUALITIES MAKE LEADER SELFISH? Selfishness is typically defined as “concerned excessively or exclusively with oneself.” If someone hears that the CEO is being selfish, the thought that is likely to come to mind is, “The leader is maximizing personal financial rewards even at the cost of the company’s or anyone’s interests.” If that is the case, it is unfortunate ...

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WISDOM IS KNOWING YOUR SELF NOT THE WORLD.

Wisdom is the application of knowledge to attain a positive goal by receiving instruction in governing oneself. Researchers in the field of positive psychology have defined wisdom as the coordination of “knowledge &  experience” and “its deliberate use to improve well being”. With this definition, wisdom can supposedly be measured using the following criteria A wise person has self- knowledge ...

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Chance : ball bounce back

It is always possible to go on, no matter how impossible it seems. Things could be found full of challenges but way out possible is to seek chance and move forward. I was conducting workshop on managerial effectiveness at Colombo, Shree lanka on 22th June,2012  . Assistant manager asked question seeking guideline. How  do you come to know it is  ...

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Great leaders what always do?

Time has come to erase phrases from your vocabulary, ASAP: “Don’t take this wrong but …” This wishy-washy statement shows that you’re not in command or can’t articulate your position NO FAILURE IS FINAL FAILURE  No leader wants their team to fail. But great leaders do come over any kind of failures. They transfer all adversity in to opportunities with ...

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What is your preference mediocrity or meritocracy ?

Leaders prefer mediocrity and there priority is meritocracy Leaders are living in an uncertain world. At a same time leaders do not want to live in comfort zone. They sincerely try to put the organization from where it goes to when it should reach. Do not expect that everything need to be smooth in the life and corporate world. Remember, ...

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Leaders prefer mediocrity and there priority is meritocracy

  Leaders are living in an uncertain world. At a same time leaders do not want to live in comfort zone. They sincerely try to put the organization from where it goes to when it should reach. Do not expect that everything need to be smooth in the life and corporate world. Remember, the master lesson of life is the ...

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leaders are down to earth and normal.

Absolute down to earth and normal: Today morning, I am with Sunita Williams (astronaut) . She is making her presentation to students of Gujarat Technological University, India.  I spare 48 hours with her during this visit. I asked her simple question .What 3 qualities you suggest becoming successful? She replies: 1/   hard working. 2/ Commitment 3/   Determination. I am observing ...

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TOP 10 QUALITES OF LEADERSHIP

In a recent interview on T.V GTPL  I was interviewed by well known anchor Devang Bhatt. to identify the “X Factor” qualities in entrepreneurs and executives who tend to rise above the rest. I narrated following qualities as listed below   1/ Aim the Highest 2/ Change the Speed 3/ Stare down Trouble 4/ Fall in Love 5/ Accept Discomfort ...

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ACT LIKE A SERVANT, THINK LIKE A LEADER

I love the topic of leadership, it motivates me so much. Every day I want to challenge you to “Act Like A Servant, Think Like A Leader.” Have you ever seen a dog pulling a sled? The lead dog is called an Alpha Dog. The Alpha Dog is leading the other dogs, but at the same time, the Alpha Dog ...

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LEADERSHIP IS THE ONLY WAY.

  Napoleon Bona Part says,” Leader is a dealer in hope.” When things get worst and team lost complete confidence than leader stood up and offer assurance and insurance to the team. In Bhagwad Geeta ( Chapter -18/66) endorse the same feelings . Leader always live with keys not locks. He always offers solutions to the team. He is never ...

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MISTAKES FREE LEADERSHIP IS NOT POSSIBLE

COURTESY : Amy Gallo ( Contributing Editor ,Harvard Business Review Group) Anyone who has worked in an office for more than a day has made a mistake. While most people accept that slip-ups are unavoidable, no one likes to be responsible for them. The good news is that mistakes, even big ones, don’t have to leave a permanent mark on ...

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ONE STEP IN TOMORROW’S JOURNEY

  People have to spare some moments of a day for tomorrow, everyday. Be clear about your future, be passionate, and be confident for the tomorrow. Leaders always focus on tomorrow and thrust us to be one step ahead. People are busy in today’s success, today’s failure; today’s urgent and important and stuck of in today. (Hardly few are able ...

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What is your mind set ? open or close

Before deciding whether you have a fixed mind set or an open mind you must first start recording your thinking and keep track on your belief. You must have good thinking pattern and good flow of ideas and formulas. The many ideas and knowledge that you share in your day to day life is supported by examples and experiences. It ...

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