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The Leadership Challenge in E2.0

folks was a lack of the soft skills&mdash...and people skills of an African Tsetse fly...fact, the soft skills are still lacking...about the soft skills I feel you may need or

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3. Challenge the Process – Principle 2: Experiment and Take Risks

3. Challenge the Process – Principle 2: Experiment and Take Risks Risk taking is one of the expectations of a great leader. However, the risks need to be manageable and have an acceptable probability of loss. Some time ago I was involved with an E2.0 initiative where there was a choice...

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3. Challenge the Process – Principle 1: Search for Opportunities

Your job and role as a leader is to make change happen every day. Change is not something you delegate and wait until it has been completed. Change is an ongoing experience. Most importantly for businesses, it directly involves the customer or internal client. How can E2.0 change the way...

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2. Inspire a Shared Vision – Principle 1: Envision the Future by Imagining Exciting and Ennobling Possibilities

You are responsible and accountable as the leader for being a catalyst for change and for setting exciting, interesting and attractive goals. You must organize the efforts toward the end game, and make it all begins in your mind’s eye. You cannot wait for an extraordinary goal to be...

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1. Model the Way – Principle 2: Set the Example

Exemplary leaders lead the charge. You do this by setting the example . On a daily basis, you must be committed and engaged in action that demonstrates your beliefs are worthwhile living. Your first action is a collaborative approach where you build a consensus around the shared values of your...

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1. Model the Way – Principle 1: Find Your Voice to Clarify Values

Personal credibility is one of the most critical personal traits of a leader. Leaders promote two principles in this practice: find your voice to clarify values and set the example. Today we will discuss the first principle. Would you be willing to follow a leader who was wishy-washy about...

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