Top 13 Leadership Posts of 2013

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Top 13 Leadership Posts of 2013

  1. Top 13 Leadership Posts of 2013
  2. The top 10 leadership pieces by LinkedIn Influencers have accumulated more than 6 million views & over 18,000 comments
  3. Check out the Top 13 Leadership Posts of 2013
  4. “Passionate, positive human energy can provide a counterbalance to the disruptive negative forces of an age of unprecedented change. Through it comes confidence, inspiration and the power to transform things for the better.” Angela Ahrendts, CEO of Burberry Why I Believe Energy Can Transform Companies and Communities 13
  5. “I never have to think about a balance. I work with the people I like, I live with the people I love and I love the job I do.” Inge Geerdens, Founder of CVWarehouse.com I’m Not Balancing Work and Life And I Feel Great 12
  6. 11 “Leadership is an honor, a privilege and a deep obligation.” Jamie Dimon, CEO of JP Morgan Chase The Essential Hallmarks of a Good Leader
  7. “We need to keep our white knight complexes and helicopter tendencies in check.” Adam Grant, Wharton Professor & Author of GIVE AND TAKE Helicopter Managers: The Helping Hand Strikes Again 10
  8. “Lose the laptops and say goodbye to the tie.” Richard Branson, Founder at Virgin Group Top 6 Tips to Screw Business Meetings as Usual 9
  9. “Research has shown that the best performing teams are diverse teams.” Sallie Krawcheck 85 Broads Past Head of Merrill Lynch & Smith Barney The Secret to Putting Together an Insanely Successful Team 8
  10. “Make people feel they work for a winner.” George Anders Contributing Writer at Forbes magazine How Great Leaders Communicate 7
  11. “Great employees are so valuable. But no one is irreplaceable. And if someone offers your stars something better you have a choice: beat the offer or, if you can't, wish them well.” Chris Seper CEO of MedCity Media Why I Cheer When My Employees Leave 6
  12. “Decisions are worthless … unless you turn them into commitments.” Fred Kofman, Author of Conscious Business Are You Making This Mistake at the End of Your Meetings? 5
  13. "Take time to get to know people. Understand where they are coming from, what is important to them. Make sure they are with you." Beth Comstock, CMO at GE Best Advice: What I Learned From Jack Welch Hanging Up on Me 104
  14. “No matter how long we work at it, practicing the right behaviors is a never-ending task.” Jack Welch, Founder of Jack Welch Management Institute at Strayer University The Six Deadly Sins of Leadership 3
  15. ”Know how valuable your time is." Bill Gates, Co-Chair of Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Three Things I Learned from Warren Buffet 2
  16. “” 11 Simple Concepts to Become a Better Leaders “The Golden Rule: Above all else, treat others as you’d like to be treated.” ~Dave Kerpen, CEO of Likeable Local 1
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