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GOLDILOCKS, PORCUPINES, AND CHAMELEONS, PART 3: THE CHAMELEON LEADER

Now that we have discussed “The Goldilocks Zone” (the “just right” leadership relationship of effective leaders, and porcupine leaders (prickly, unapproachable, defensive leaders), we are finally able to reveal the chameleon leader. You may remember our earlier discussions on leadership in relation to outer rings and inner cores. Our inner core is home to an unchanging set […]

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POWER OF PRIORITY SERIES: THE MOST PRECIOUS OF ORGANIZATIONAL RESOURCES

A leader’s attention is a precious commodity, perhaps the most valuable of organizational resources. Others compete for it and seek to direct it.  Enormous quantities of information flow across a leader’s desk.  Changes in the external operating environment—emerging opportunities and threats—vie for a leader’s time and energy. Leaders must decide what gets their attention among […]

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PASSION SERIES: A LEADER’S MOST VALUABLE ASSET

Passion born of noble purpose is the first quality of the leader, the primal source of sustained, effective leadership.  The Global Leadership Forecast 2011 identifies passion as a key measure of leadership effectiveness.  The term is used to describe leaders who are committed to and enjoy their leadership roles for the right reasons, and who […]

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