For Titleless Leaders – Things I Wanted to Share

Glass of Chocolate Milk with Two StrawsSome things grab attention for a minute, others longer, and a few give pause. Recently some of the latter caught my eye. Granted my attention  is harder to catch since I’m strongly focused on finishing my new book, Trust, Inc.: How to Create a Business Culture That will Ignite Passion, Engagement, and Innovation (Nov 2013; Career Press), but I wanted to share these with you:

  •  Are you a titleless leader looking for a job, or know someone who is? Interesting facts about why you might be having trouble come from Dr. John Sullivan, in his article, “Why You Can’t Get a Job.”
  •  Titleless leaders understand about the importance of their intentions. But what about the consequences – good intentions or not. A thoughtful piece, “What to Do When You’ve Made Someone Angry” by Peter Bergman offers great insights, I think.
  •  Titleless leaders are lifelong learners, and since I love books, this TEDTalk by Lisa Bu on “The Magic of Books” caught my eye.

What caught your eye about titleless leaders recently?

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