Tag Archives: charismatic leader
Posted on28. Mar, 2011 by Shawn Murphy.
I am utterly fascinated with how social technology is bringing people together. The implications have growing importance for today and tomorrow’s change leaders. Causing change requires a united group of people willing to hear, discuss, and even act on what is needed to make change happen. We know though through history that most change efforts [...]
Posted on07. Mar, 2011 by Shawn Murphy.
Can you trust people? Do you believe people mean well? Do you think people will take the easy way out given the opportunity? What are your beliefs about people? Socrates once said on trial for his life, “The unexamined life is not worth living.” If you were to closely examine your beliefs about people, what [...]
Posted on07. Dec, 2010 by Ben Lumley.
photo credit: Hygiene Matters Ben Lumley writes about Success and Personal Achievement at thebenlumley.com. He is a Personal Achievement Coach and Motivational Speaker. Make sure your grab the RSS feed to keep updated and also subscribe to FREE Weekly Success Tips We continue our Journey in 2011, exploring management and leadership topics to revive or [...]
Posted on30. Nov, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
Please don’t get me wrong; I’m not whining or looking for sympathy. The truth is that I have quickly learned how lonely it is as an executive. My words and actions are watched more closely and interpreted beyond what I intended. The availability of colleagues to bounce ideas off of shrinks due to demanding schedules [...]
Posted on23. Nov, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
I was reminded of a powerful insight the other day regarding leadership. It has to do with encouragement. As a leader, one of the most important things you can do is encourage your people. Think about it for a moment. What happens when you take time to encourage others to see beyond their own perceptions? [...]
Posted on01. Nov, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
I am drawn to managers who through their actions show that business and humanity are inseparable. Managers who lead by inspiring people to aspire to achieve something outside what is thought possible Managers who lead by stretching their people to create something out of nothing Managers who recognize that their business plans are made possible [...]
Posted on10. Oct, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
I just ended 10 days vacationing at Disney World in Orlando, Florida. I happily admit that I love Disney. It’s a vacation that helps me quickly forget about the demands of work. Yet before the trip ended I was inspired to write a blog based on the magic of Disney. I identified eight business actions [...]