The most successful leaders I know are dedicated to achieving results today, but have a keen eye focused on what it will take to build an organization that thrives into the next decade and beyond.
Most of us are only able to work on one or two things about ourselves at a time, so I challenged the group to narrow down their list to five changes that would shift their company from success to significance.
He’d been provided with a nice exit package by the company. Nevertheless, I could tell that he was wounded by the experience. Stephen shared five leadership lessons the experience has taught him.
I’ve also met individuals with leadership titles who failed to embrace the most profound aspect of their role — courage to lead well in the face of adversity and ambiguity.
Recent reports and an examination of Amazon’s leadership principles suggest that Amazon should obsess as much about its culture as it does about its customers.
At some point you come face to face with the enormity of your responsibility to others. The burning issue now is how you’ll show up as a leader and what legacy you’ll leave behind.