There are certain central truths of leadership that remain timeless. Yet, conventional wisdom doesn’t always carry forward to modern times.
Great companies understand that joy is the highest form of productivity and that profit is just a bonus byproduct.
Look around your organization, at the people with whom you interact every day. What do you see? Does your workplace reflect a relative balance of males and females in leadership positions?
Some would even say that in a “me-centered” culture, where everyone is busily absorbed in their own lives and what they are doing, we hunger for validation.
Virgin Group chairman Richard Branson has spent his entire career pushing the envelope.
One skill essential for every leader is to be very good at asking the “right” questions. It doesn’t matter if they are leading themselves, a group, or a whole organization.
“Where is the spiritual value in rowing? The losing of self entirely to the cooperative effort of the crew.” — George Yeoman Pocock, boatbuilder, 1936 Olympic gold medal winner
Seth Godin wears many hats: serial entrepreneur, prolific author, beloved blogger and inspirational speaker.
As an entrepreneur, I’m always looking for an edge. So when I learned last year about a new trend called biohacking – the practice of treating your body like a machine for optimal performance.
Visiting the U.S. this week, Pope Francis is showing off a leadership style we can all learn from.