It’s Sunday, but not too late to praise a job well done this week.
Why Good Leaders Make You Feel Safe by Simon Sinek (TED Conferences LLC, 2014).
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I’ve tried to access summaries for Jan 7 and Jan 8, but the link takes me back to Jan 6s article on Kick Ass leadership (looks like the links have not been updated?). Has anyone else experienced it?
Dear Pauline, thanks for your comment. We had a problem with the links, but it’s fixed now!
Putting your team fist is a awesome concept as the outcome is huge for organizations that want to grow. Simon Sinek is a brilliant master mind about understanding people and how we think.
Sinek’s Why Good Leaders Make You Feel Safe, made me think of a correlation with attachment-parenting. I fervently believe that EQ is a more important attribute than IQ to the career trajectory of a rising leader. I agree with quote, “Rank does not connote leadership; rather, it is simply a position of authority.” My father, a journalist, was a Sports Editor. He taught me, “never ask someone who reports to you to do anything that you haven’t done yourself!”
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