Saturday, July 13, 2013

How and Why to Be a Leader (Not a Wannabe)

So here are my six ways to start being a (real) leader — and stop being just another wannabe.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This articles on leaders raises a lot of good points. However, the paradigm is not perfect. From the outset, people who are optimal leaders are willing to take intelligent risks; do not conform to group think; feel no constraints other than law, common sense and human decency; don't just think outside the box - but recognize what people perceive to be boxes and then deconstructs the box or acts so as to be perceived as operating within the boxes; and then they redefine the "box(es)"; develops enough experience and confidence derived therefrom to be able to embrace uncertainty - but not irrationally embrace uncertainty - the optimal leader uses experience as an information base but not a shackle. Basically that optimal leader is someone like Dr. Hardeep Dhindsa in every facet of life, both professionally and personally. You should write a book. A blog is not sufficient to share your great leadership with others. My two pesos.


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