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Through the years, philosophers, scholars and management consultants have attempted to describe the ingredients of good leadership. Is there a recipe you can follow? Or are you born a leader? The low expectations for leaders of all types — business, … Continue reading
If you write, present or simply seek inspiration from thought leaders, you may be interested in a new resource from TED. The team behind “ideas worth spreading” has collected memorable quotes from its presenters in categories that include business, creativity, … Continue reading
Have you ever been added to an email discussion that’s been underway for some time? If the sender hasn’t summarized the thread, you need to scroll through and read the entire string to understand what’s at issue. And attachments make … Continue reading
In Part One, we met visual storyteller Béatrice Coron and arts educator Sir Ken Robinson. The series concludes with insights from a writer and a film director on how they create. Writer Curiosity drives Amy Tan’s creative process. It serves … Continue reading