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  1. Good Boss, Bad Boss - Webinar with Bob Sutton


    from Work.com Liked 18.1K 4 2

    Recording of a webinar delivered by Bob Sutton, author of Good Boss, Bad Boss. Stanford Professor Robert Sutton discusses the main ideas in his new book Good Boss, Bad Boss: How to be the best...…

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    • Tom Peters on the Definition of Leadership


      from Tom Peters Liked 16.8K 8 2

      The essence can be found in this quote from Robert Altman's lifetime achievement Oscar acceptance speech: "The director allows an actor to become more than they've ever dreamed of being."

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      • 9-Leadership


        from 9Marks Liked 12.5K 11 1

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        • The Leadership Opportunity


          from Peacemaker Ministries Liked 5,014 5 2

          A Biblical Alternative While many worthwhile resources on leadership exist, The Leadership Opportunity stands alone in addressing this distinct area of conflict and leadership. Based on over 25 years…

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          • Essential Leadership


            from Fuller Youth Institute Liked 2,945 1 1

            Kara Powell from the Fuller Youth Institute shares a new vision for training youth ministry teams. Find out more at http://fulleryouthinstitute.org!

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            • Top tips for developing your leadership style


              from NCTL Liked 1,544 3 2

              What is your leadership style? Has it evolved over time? Do you adopt different styles for different situations? As a leader, your style at work has an impact on everything you do, from managing staff…

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              • Delivering Happiness - Rypple Leadership Series


                from Work.com Liked 1,253 3 1

                Tony Hsieh, Zappos CEO and author of "Delivering Happiness," created an awesome brand and company by building a culture of happiness. In this Rypple Leadership Series webinar, Tony shares…

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                • THE WELL: Leadership


                  from The Well Liked 571 1 2

                  Do you believe you have the power to influence? Do you feel as if you are called to lead others and make a difference in the world? It’s hard not feeling defeated when thinking about such questions,…

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                  • Startup Tip - Leadership Is Not Management


                    from Ross Kimbarovsky Liked 470 1 1

                    Many people think leadership and management are one and the same. They are not. It's important for entrepreneurs to understand the differences because the differences are significant and often…

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                    • Trouble Is My Business FIRST 17 minutes Film Noir Feature Rough Cut


                      from Pith_e Productions Liked 285 1 4

                      http://www/troubleismy.biz Official Website Full crew and cast credits. End this Saturday at 11pm http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/safetygeeks/trouble-is-my-business-finish-a-classic-style-noir For…

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                      • Knowing North Korea: Reading North Korea


                        from The Korea Society Liked 248 1 1

                        Filmed July 12, 2012 How does one analyze North Korea developments? Is it possible to get a clear read and, if so, in what areas? Is North Korea a “black box” or more knowable, especially…

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                        • ACCOC City Leadership Series


                          from Steve Greyshock Liked 184 1 1

                          Lacy Kelly, CEO Association of California Cities Orange County interviews Thomas R. Hatch, CEO City of Costa Mesa at the 2012 Orange County Fair.

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