Monthly Archives: January 2013

Watching is Not Doing (confronting the spectator problem)

by Seth Godin Talk shows, from Johnny Carson to Fresh Air, have always been about spectating. Comedy, TV, graphic arts, business leadership, politics–they’ve been sold to us as spectator sports. Selling spectatorhood is pretty easy. It’s safe and fun and … Continue reading

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Beyond Showing Up

by Seth Godin You’ve probably got that part nailed. Butt in seat, smile on your face. We often run into people who understand their job to be showing up on time to do the work that’s assigned. We’ve moved way … Continue reading

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Five Steps to Courageous Leadership in 2013

by WCAblog on 1/22/2013 3:38:46 PM Let your first plan for 2013 be four simple words… . TURN IT OVER TO GOD. Let your first plan for 2013 be four simple words… “Whatever you want, God.” Then step back and … Continue reading

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Ideal, Average and Outlier

by Seth Godin Generalizations are the heart of marketing decision-making. When we look at an audience–customers, prospects, constituents–we make decisions on the whole based on our assumptions about the individuals within the group. But are we basing those generalizations on … Continue reading

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The Drift to Totalitarianism

Posted by Orrin Woodward on January 22, 2013 LeaderShift by Orrin Woodward & Oliver DeMille Earlier today, while writing on my corporate HR Toolbox blog, I read an extended quote from Gustav Cassel. His thoughts on the drift towards totalitarianism … Continue reading

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Hut 1, hut 2. . .Power Player!

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