The biggest mistake in leadership

Source: http://www.innovatrs.com/blog/the-biggest-mistake-in-leadership/ Last Friday we posted a video which featured a series of top management figures explaining what they considered to be the crucial skills for tomorrow’s leaders. This week we’re going down a different path- we’re turning a negative into a positive! So, what are the biggest mistakes that leaders (and indeed future leaders) can make? Once again we turn to the insightful thoughts of this select group of managerial leaders- including  Harvard Business School’s Professor Bill George, Dr Ellen Langer and Carl Sloan. In today’s video, we learn about the most common mistakes leaders commit- such as putting your own interests ahead of the business… Please watch the video via the link mentioned above....
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Top skills for future leaders

What are the most important skills that will be required of tomorrow’s leaders? In this video interview, management thought leaders- including Dr.Ángel Cabrera (President, Thunderbird School of Management) and Bill George and Dr. Ellen Langer (Professors at the Harvard Business School) - share their ideas about what they consider to be crucial leadership skills - trust, empathy, human connection, accuracy and the ability to impart knowledge to others. But are they missing anything? What qualities do you think characterises a good leader? Via: http://www.innovatrs.com/blog/top-skills-for-future-leaders/ ...
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EDITORIAL JULY 2009 – CREATIVITY AND NEXT GENERATIONS

I would like to invite you to click on the link below. You'll get in contact with Sir Ken Robinson’s message, which is about creativity, people, children, men and women, human evolution. A usefull message to all of us. Enjoy it! http://www.personalitatealfa.com/blog/creativitatea-trasatura-de-personalitate-ce-iti-va-imbunatati-enorm-calitatea-vietii/...
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Editorial May / June 2009 – Feminine Leadership

In March 2009, I attended a conference about Feminine Leadership in Bucharest, Romania. I am not a member of any politic view but I do appreciate a few written words of Princess Margaret of Romania: ‘The queens of Romania, Elisabeth, Maria, Elena and Ana, my mother, they are today serious examples to follow in life. They proved, for the last one and a half century, in times where men were in power, that inspiration, responsibility and the power of personal example may change the world for better’. Princess Margaret of Romania also mentioned something very useful to us: she wishes all feminine personalities many opportunities to prove their talents and dedication. Each project managed by a woman to be followed by many others! At the same conference I liked the show of Mrs. Stela Popescu  – a true Lady of Romania, Sandra Pralong, Oana Pellea, Maria Grapini, Aurora Liiceanu, Dana Tudorache etc. Mr Vasile Paun was the one to end up this conference with...
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