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Leadership For Change Sayings By Carlos Wallace: Make a difference, change the game for the better, leave a legacy, be a guide Make a difference, change the game for the better, leave a legacy, be a guide that someone else can follow and make better, and then someone else will follow that and make that better. — Carlos Wallace
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Leadership For Change Sayings By John P. Kotter: We know that leadership is very much related to change. As the pace of change We know that leadership is very much related to change. As the pace of change accelerates, there is naturally a greater need for effective leadership. — John P. Kotter
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Leadership For Change Sayings By Harriet Harman: Not all civil servants admire strong political leadership. But if you want to change things Not all civil servants admire strong political leadership. But if you want to change things for the better you need strong political leadership. — Harriet Harman
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Leadership For Change Sayings By Eric Redmond: My hope and prayer for all who read this book is a reformation - that My hope and prayer for all who read this book is a reformation - that an army of African-American men will make their way back into the church, back into the leadership of the church, back into leading a change in the church to be and do what it is called to be and do, so that we may have power to do good for our people, and people all over the world, in a way that no government or service organization has been or will be able to do, and that no one will be able to take away. — Eric Redmond
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Leadership For Change Sayings By Thomas Narofsky: To change you must want to change, you must be responsible for the change, and To change you must want to change, you must be responsible for the change, and then take action to make the change. It is your race to run so you need to choose your road wisely. — Thomas Narofsky
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Leadership For Change Sayings By Andy Stanley: The church wasn't an organization in the first century. They weren't writing checks or buying The church wasn't an organization in the first century. They weren't writing checks or buying property. The church has matured and developed over the years. But for some reason, the last thing to change is the structure of leadership. — Andy Stanley
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Leadership For Change Sayings By Ralph Ellison: She was something more- a force, a stable, familiar force like something out of my She was something more- a force, a stable, familiar force like something out of my past which kept me from whirling off into some unknown which I dared not face. It was a most painful position for at the same time Mary reminded me constantly that something was expected of me, some act of leadership, some newsworthy achievement; ... — Ralph Ellison
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Leadership For Change Sayings By Brad Alan Lewis: Coach's Rule: never admit a lack of experience or knowledge. Carry on at all times Coach's Rule: never admit a lack of experience or knowledge. Carry on at all times as though you've guided a hundred champion crews. Honesty is not the best policy when leading a bunch of college rowers. They are looking for strong, disciplined leadership and not a kinder, gentler coach. Once you've established a certain attitude and demeanor, it's nearly impossible to change to a difference mode in mid-season. — Brad Alan Lewis
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Leadership For Change Sayings By Malcolm Fraser: The great task of statesmanship is to apply past lessons to new situations, to draw The great task of statesmanship is to apply past lessons to new situations, to draw correct analogies to understand and act upon present forces, to recognise the need for change ... — Malcolm Fraser
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Leadership For Change Sayings By Francis Maude: I feel fantastically excited that we have a leader who fought for the leadership without I feel fantastically excited that we have a leader who fought for the leadership without compromising his quite challenging view that the party has to change. — Francis Maude
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Leadership For Change Sayings By Vali Nasr: Solving the problems of the Middle East and the threat they pose to the world Solving the problems of the Middle East and the threat they pose to the world requires a fundamental change in the region's economic profile.9 The international community would have to make a sizable investment - a Marshall Plan in scale - to bring about change of that magnitude. And that requires American leadership. Even if we cannot afford that right now, we still need a clear economic strategy for the region - a plan for using development aid, trade, and investment to help the region and also serve our interests. — Vali Nasr
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Leadership For Change Sayings By Thomas L. Friedman: People will change their habits quickly IF they have a strong reason for doing so. People will change their habits quickly IF they have a strong reason for doing so. — Thomas L. Friedman
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Leadership For Change Sayings By Peter M. Senge: When young people develop basic leadership and collaborative learning skills, they can be a formidable When young people develop basic leadership and collaborative learning skills, they can be a formidable force for change. — Peter M. Senge
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Leadership For Change Sayings By Charles E. Rice: Think of managing change as an adventure. It tests your skills and abilities. It brings Think of managing change as an adventure. It tests your skills and abilities. It brings forth talent that may have been dormant. Change is also a training ground for leadership. When we think of leaders, we remember times of change, innovation, and conflict. Leadership is often about shaping a new way of life. To do that, you must advance change, take risks, and accept responsibility for making change happen. — Charles E. Rice
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Leadership For Change Sayings By Vineet Raj Kapoor: Do not Speak for Anyone.Just let them know their Right to Speak. Do not Speak for Anyone.
Just let them know their Right to Speak. — Vineet Raj Kapoor
Leadership For Change Sayings By Alain J. P. Belda: We know we must address climate change. We may not have sorted out every detail, We know we must address climate change. We may not have sorted out every detail, but we are willing to take a leadership position and embrace open dialogue ... that will get us all to our common goals of protecting our world for future generations, — Alain J. P. Belda
Leadership For Change Sayings By Debasish Mridha: By learning more, by doing more, by becoming more, and by creating a common vision, By learning more, by doing more, by becoming more, and by creating a common vision, a leader is a person who can inspire others to change for the better. — Debasish Mridha
Leadership For Change Sayings By Abhijit Naskar: You don't die when your body stops functioning. You die when your name is uttered You don't die when your body stops functioning. You die when your name is uttered for the last time in the world. — Abhijit Naskar
Leadership For Change Sayings By Lailah Gifty Akita: Freedom is willpower to act for a change. Freedom is willpower to act for a change. — Lailah Gifty Akita
Leadership For Change Sayings By Adolf Hitler: I say that they can be solved; there is no problem that cannot be, but I say that they can be solved; there is no problem that cannot be, but faith is necessary. Think of the faith I had to have eighteen years ago, a single man on a lonely path. Yet I have come to leadership of the German people ... Life is hard for many, but it is hardest if you are unhappy and have no faith. Have faith. Nothing can make me change my own belief. — Adolf Hitler
Leadership For Change Sayings By Israelmore Ayivor: Leaders motivate people to understand that they can do better than they've already done and Leaders motivate people to understand that they can do better than they've already done and go farther than they've reached. — Israelmore Ayivor
Leadership For Change Sayings By Adele Faber: The challenge for us is to find some response that actually inspires change rather than The challenge for us is to find some response that actually inspires change rather than clinging to the old ways that cause resentment, and more importantly, distract from the real problem. — Adele Faber
Leadership For Change Sayings By Jim Bouton: I think I should be allowed to be only fair, or even mediocre, for a I think I should be allowed to be only fair, or even mediocre, for a while. — Jim Bouton
Leadership For Change Sayings By Paulo Freire: I can not think for others or without others,nor can others think for me. Even I can not think for others or without others,nor can others think for me. Even if the people's thinking is superstitious or naive,it is only as they rethink their assumptions in action that they can change. Producing and acting upon their own ideas - not consuming those of others. — Paulo Freire
Leadership For Change Sayings By Andy Stanley: To ensure that we are leading with our feet firmly planted on the soil of To ensure that we are leading with our feet firmly planted on the soil of what is, we must live by the seven commandments of current reality:
Thou shalt not pretend.
Though shalt not turn a blind eye.
Thou shalt not exaggerate.
Thou shalt not shoot the bearer of bad news.
Thou shalt not hide behind the numbers.
Thou shalt not ignore constructive criticism.
Thou shalt not isolate thyself.
Attempting to lead while turning a blind eye to reality is like treading water: It can only go on for so long, eventually you will sink. As a next generation leader, be willing to face the truth regardless of how painful it might be. And if you don't like what you see, change it. — Andy Stanley
Leadership For Change Sayings By Graham Speechley: You can provide the conditions for the motivation of others and the leadership to help You can provide the conditions for the motivation of others and the leadership to help them find a way but they must have the intrinsic spark, the desire, to move, to overcome the inertia of the status quo and change things. — Graham Speechley
Leadership For Change Sayings By Marcus Buckingham: Leaders are fascinated by future. You are a leader if and only if, you are Leaders are fascinated by future. You are a leader if and only if, you are restless for change, impatient for progress and deeply dissatisfied with status quo. Because in your head, you can see a better future. The friction between 'what is' and 'what could be' burns you, stirs you up, propels you. This is leadership. — Marcus Buckingham
Leadership For Change Sayings By John P. Kotter: One of the most common ways to overcome resistance to change is to educate people One of the most common ways to overcome resistance to change is to educate people about it beforehand. Communication of ideas helps people see the need for and the logic of a change. The education process can involve one-on-one discussions, presentations to groups, or memos and reports. — John P. Kotter
Leadership For Change Sayings By Harry S. Truman: Men make history and not the other way around. In periods where there is no Men make history and not the other way around. In periods where there is no leadership, society stands still. Progress occurs when courageous, skillful leaders seize the opportunity to change things for the better. — Harry S. Truman
Leadership For Change Sayings By Paul Gibbons: We have minds that are equipped for certainty, linearity and short-term decisions, that must instead We have minds that are equipped for certainty, linearity and short-term decisions, that must instead make long-term decisions in a non-linear, probabilistic world. — Paul Gibbons
Leadership For Change Sayings By Archibald Marwizi: Concentrate on your strengths and talents to change your situation, and avoid those pity-parties. Absorbing Concentrate on your strengths and talents to change your situation, and avoid those pity-parties. Absorbing the blows and present pain is a quality of greatness. Measure yourself against the goals and standards you have set for yourself, rather than comparing yourself to others and feeling discouraged or useless. — Archibald Marwizi
Leadership For Change Sayings By Terry Tempest Williams: Wherever we are, we can call for and create these kinds of settings for authentic Wherever we are, we can call for and create these kinds of settings for authentic dialogue. This is the seedbed of social change. In a voiced community, we all flourish. But it's not easy. Revolutionary patience and persistence is required. It can be messy, it is unpredictable, and change, especially structural change takes time - time and leadership and the will of an engaged community. What is needed? In a word, courage. — Terry Tempest Williams
Leadership For Change Sayings By Paul Hawken: We're trained to see the world in terms of charismatic organizations and charismatic people. That's We're trained to see the world in terms of charismatic organizations and charismatic people. That's who we look to for leadership and change, for transformation. We're awaiting the next J.F.K., the next Martin Luther King, the next Gandhi, the next Nelson Mandela. — Paul Hawken
Leadership For Change Sayings By Paul Gibbons: Too few leaders have the emotional fortitude to take responsibility for failure. Too few leaders have the emotional fortitude to take responsibility for failure. — Paul Gibbons
Leadership For Change Sayings By Charles Dickens: Sudden shifts and changes are no bad preparation for political life. Sudden shifts and changes are no bad preparation for political life. — Charles Dickens
Leadership For Change Sayings By Auliq Ice: Let the government not be an instructor but a parent who loves and adjusts to Let the government not be an instructor but a parent who loves and adjusts to the needs of the nation, But remember a parent does what makes things look good to the entire family without segregation. — Auliq Ice
Leadership For Change Sayings By Archibald Marwizi: The need for security and power riding on energies that should be making life better The need for security and power riding on energies that should be making life better and easier for the masses remains a great error in leadership focus. Why should the discovery of uranium's potential become a curse instead of a blessing? I am sure any type of power (nuclear and leadership included) in the wrong hands has the unfortunate potential to become a curse. A lot more is involved, including greed that causes the wealthy to sponsor violence and chaos. All, in order to profit from conflict, yet disregarding the harm caused to the vulnerable majority. — Archibald Marwizi
Leadership For Change Sayings By Melanne Verveer: For me, leadership is making a difference. It's using your agency to bring about change. For me, leadership is making a difference. It's using your agency to bring about change. — Melanne Verveer
Leadership For Change Sayings By Bonnie Marcus: Successful leaders know how to line up support for their initiatives and create the right Successful leaders know how to line up support for their initiatives and create the right environment for change and innovation. — Bonnie Marcus
Leadership For Change Sayings By Archibald Marwizi: As you strive for personal effectiveness and leadership excellence, there are local and global questions As you strive for personal effectiveness and leadership excellence, there are local and global questions that you will inevitably have to face. These range from poverty, corruption, terrorism, food security, scarcity of resources and overpopulation among others. Your power and influence for significance in leadership excellence will increase in direct proportion to your ability to find effective and sustainable practical solutions to some of these real-life challenges. — Archibald Marwizi
Leadership For Change Sayings By Brene Brown: Another great example of the power of vulnerability this time in a corporation is the Another great example of the power of vulnerability
this time in a corporation
is the leadership approach taken by Lululemon's CEO, Christine Day. In a video interview with CNN Money, Day explained that she was once a very bright, smart executive who "majored in being right." Her transformation came when she realized that getting people to engage and take ownership wasn't about "the teling" but about letting them come into the idea in a purpose-led way, and that her job was creating the space for others to perform. She chracterized this change as the shift from "having the best idea or problem solving" to "being the best leader of people. — Brene Brown
Leadership For Change Sayings By Maria Cantwell: Dr. King's leadership reaffirmed the promise of our democracy: that everyday people, working together, have Dr. King's leadership reaffirmed the promise of our democracy: that everyday people, working together, have the power to change our government and our institutions for the better. — Maria Cantwell
Leadership For Change Sayings By Stephen Skowronek: In truth, there will never be enough power in the presidency for an incumbent to In truth, there will never be enough power in the presidency for an incumbent to make good on a purely constructive leadership project, and it is unlikely that there will ever be another president stretched so thinly by a determination to use great power to do just that. Lyndon Johnson was a full-service president who had at his disposal an alignment of political resources, economic resources, international resources, and military resources unmatched in the annals of presidential history. The problem is that in a full-service presidency, where no interest of political significance is denied a modicum of legitimacy, resources turn fickle; the exercise of power consumes authority. Committed to a wholly affirmative result, Johnson could not rest content to let anyone carry the brunt of change. — Stephen Skowronek
Leadership For Change Sayings By Stacy Feiner: Don't buy into the campaign that people don't like change. We are built for it. Don't buy into the campaign that people don't like change. We are built for it. — Stacy Feiner
Leadership For Change Sayings By Archibald Marwizi: Due to climate change and growing world population, the demand for vital requirements for human Due to climate change and growing world population, the demand for vital requirements for human survival will continue to rise. If the world is not producing as much food as demanded, the prices will continue to rise affecting the poor and lower classes more, in every society. It is sad, looking at the shocking statistics of people who die every day as well as the spread of preventable diseases in developing nations, just because people do not have access to clean drinking water. So are we proud of our leadership contribution? Are we doing enough to increase food production, harvest rain water and replenish underground water reserves? — Archibald Marwizi
Leadership For Change Sayings By Arun Tiwari: I have observed an analogy between a force field equilibrium and resistance to change in I have observed an analogy between a force field equilibrium and resistance to change in organizations. Let us imagine change to be a coiled spring in a field of opposing forces, such that some forces support change and others resist it. By increasing supporting forces such as supervisory pressure, prospects of career growth and monetary benefits or decreasing the resisting forces such as group norms, social rewards and work avoidance, the situation can be directed towards the desired result - but for a short time only, and that too only to a certain extent. After a while the resisting forces push back with greater force as they are compressed even more tightly. Therefore, a better approach would be to decrease the resisting force in such a manner that there is no concomitant increase in the supporting forces. In this way, less energy will be needed to bring about and maintain change.
The result of the forces i mentioned above, is motive. — Arun Tiwari
Leadership For Change Sayings By Israelmore Ayivor: The reason why nothing happens is because nothing was done. Something will happen when something The reason why nothing happens is because nothing was done. Something will happen when something is done. Leaders take actions! — Israelmore Ayivor
Leadership For Change Sayings By Thomas W. Africa: The reasons why institutions fail and societies change are complex, and simplistic explanations should evoke The reasons why institutions fail and societies change are complex, and simplistic explanations should evoke automatic suspicion. Sometimes external causes - droughts, plagues or foreign invasions - can unsettle a nation, or its leadership may prove inadequate because of personal factors. In every case, a society faces problems, and is solutions or lack of response set a course for the future. — Thomas W. Africa
Leadership For Change Sayings By Germany Kent: Even though men and women are different in our thinking, we all share the need Even though men and women are different in our thinking, we all share the need and desire for compassion, compliments, and companionship. — Germany Kent
Leadership For Change Sayings By Jeremy Grantham: Libertarians believe that any government interference is bad. Anyone with a brain knows that climate Libertarians believe that any government interference is bad. Anyone with a brain knows that climate change needs governmental leadership, and they can smell this is bad news for their philosophy. Their ideology is so strongly held that, remarkably, it's overcoming the facts. — Jeremy Grantham
Leadership For Change Sayings By Jennifer James: Learning how to respond to and master the process of change - and even to Learning how to respond to and master the process of change - and even to excel at it - is a critical leadership skill for the twenty-first century. Constant, rapid change will be a fact of life for all of us. — Jennifer James
Leadership For Change Sayings By Andy Stanley: Simply recognizing the need for change does not define leadership. The leader is the one Simply recognizing the need for change does not define leadership. The leader is the one who has the courage to act on what he sees ... A leader is someone who has the courage to say publicly what everybody else is whispering privately. It is not his insight that sets the leader apart from the crowd. It is his courage to act on what he sees, to speak up when everyone else is silent. — Andy Stanley
Leadership For Change Sayings By Paul Gibbons: The change "grief cycle", for some people, may be excitement, enthusiasm, engagement, effort, and excellence. The change "grief cycle", for some people, may be excitement, enthusiasm, engagement, effort, and excellence. — Paul Gibbons
Leadership For Change Sayings By Steve Maraboli: It's time to care; it's time to take responsibility; it's time to lead; it's time It's time to care; it's time to take responsibility; it's time to lead; it's time for a change; it's time to be true to our greatest self; it's time to stop blaming others. — Steve Maraboli
Leadership For Change Sayings By Wendy Davis: I can say with absolute certainty that I will run for one of two offices: I can say with absolute certainty that I will run for one of two offices: my state Senate seat or for the governor. I'm still trying to decide, but I do think people are ready for a change from the partisan, very fractured leadership we have in Texas. — Wendy Davis
Leadership For Change Sayings By Samuel Chand: Leadership expert Michael Hyatt reflected on Karnazes's life and drew three conclusions about why we Leadership expert Michael Hyatt reflected on Karnazes's life and drew three conclusions about why we should embrace discomfort: 1. Comfort is overrated. It doesn't lead to happiness. It makes us lazy - and forgetful. It often leads to self-absorption, boredom, and discontent. 2. Discomfort can be a catalyst for growth. It makes us yearn for something more. It forces us to change, stretch, and adapt. 3. Discomfort is often a sign we're making progress. You've heard the expression, "no pain, no gain." It's true! When you push yourself to grow, you will experience discomfort.2 — Samuel Chand
Leadership For Change Sayings By Michael Short: When was the last time you heard an insightful, inspiring piece of oratory from an When was the last time you heard an insightful, inspiring piece of oratory from an Australian political leader, an appeal to what is pure and true within humanity: a statement of belief backed by ideas for change betterment, a call to those immutable values wherein lie the potential greatness of people individually and collectively? Such exhortation, such leadership is lamentably scarce. — Michael Short
Leadership For Change Sayings By Larissa Behrendt: Such displays of the Australian spirit engender pride, regardless of background, religion and political persuasion. Such displays of the Australian spirit engender pride, regardless of background, religion and political persuasion. They are unifying ... This spirit of leadership should be reflected in our national symbols and one appropriate way to do that is by finally making the changes needed to make Australia a republic ... A country's history does not change because it takes a step forward, but its possibilities for the future do. — Larissa Behrendt
Leadership For Change Sayings By Paul Gibbons: Leaders need to correct for cognitive biases the way a sharpshooter corrects for wind velocity Leaders need to correct for cognitive biases the way a sharpshooter corrects for wind velocity or a yachtsman corrects for the tide. — Paul Gibbons
Leadership For Change Sayings By Thomas Frank: But such people (Moderate Conservatives) aren't liberal. What they are is corporate. Their habits and But such people (Moderate Conservatives) aren't liberal. What they are is corporate. Their habits and opinions owe far more to the standards of courtesy and taste that prevail within the white-collar world than they do to Franklin Roosevelt and the United Mine Workers. We live in a time, after all, when hard-nosed bosses compose awestruck disquisitions on the nature of 'change,' punk rockers dispense leadership secrets, shallow profundities about authenticity sell luxury cars, tech billionaires build rock'n'roll musuems, management theorists ponder the nature of coolness, and a former lyricist fro the Grateful Dead hail the dawn of New Economy capitalism from the heights of Davos. Coversvatives may not understand why, but business culture had melded with counterculture for reasons having a great deal to do with business culture's usual priority - profit. — Thomas Frank
Leadership For Change Sayings By Paul Ryan: Millions of young Americans have graduated from college during the Obama presidency, ready to use Millions of young Americans have graduated from college during the Obama presidency, ready to use their gifts and get moving in life. Half of them can't find the work they studied for, or any work at all. So here's the question: Without a change in leadership, why would the next four years be any different from the last four years? — Paul Ryan
Leadership For Change Sayings By James M. Kouzes: Challenge is the opportunity for greatness. People do their best when there is an opportunity Challenge is the opportunity for greatness. People do their best when there is an opportunity to change how things currently stand. Maintaining the status quo facilitates mediocrity. Those who embrace this practice do not wish to rest on their laurels. They motivate others to exceed their limits and look for innovative ways to improve the organization. — James M. Kouzes
Leadership For Change Sayings By Harold Holzer: Lincoln gives a lesson in adaptive leadership even to those of us who will never Lincoln gives a lesson in adaptive leadership even to those of us who will never advocate for compensated emancipation. Facing an uproar over the cost of the government paying slaveholders for their slaves, Lincoln showed the COST OF THE STATUS QUO, which is generally overlooked by those who oppose change. — Harold Holzer
Leadership For Change Sayings By Scott Hammerle: Leaders are the human catalyst that overcomes our desire for the status quo. Leaders are the human catalyst that overcomes our desire for the status quo. — Scott Hammerle
Leadership For Change Sayings By David Brooks: In times of crisis, you get a public reaction that is incoherence on stilts. On In times of crisis, you get a public reaction that is incoherence on stilts. On the one hand, most people know that the government is not in the oil business. They don't want it in the oil business. They know there is nothing a man in Washington can do to plug a hole a mile down in the gulf.
On the other hand, they demand that the president 'take control.' They demand that he hold press conferences, show leadership, announce that the buck stops here and do something. They want him to emote and perform the proper theatrical gestures so they can see their emotions enacted on the public stage.
They want to hold him responsible for things they know he doesn't control. Their reaction is a mixture of disgust, anger, longing and need. It may not make sense. But it doesn't make sense that the country wants spending cuts and doesn't want cuts, wants change and doesn't want change. — David Brooks
Leadership For Change Sayings By Gary Hirshberg: There can be no progress on climate change without strong and aggressive leadership from the There can be no progress on climate change without strong and aggressive leadership from the White House. While we have been frustrated that it took until now, we find that the President's plan contains plenty of smart proposals and pathways for action. Stonyfield stands firmly behind the President's vision. — Gary Hirshberg
Leadership For Change Sayings By J. Loren Norris: Embrace the change you desperately need. Tear down your walls and show gratitude for little Embrace the change you desperately need. Tear down your walls and show gratitude for little things. — J. Loren Norris
Leadership For Change Sayings By Malcolm Turnbull: China and India will take the global leadership on climate change: they are suffering for China and India will take the global leadership on climate change: they are suffering for it. — Malcolm Turnbull
Leadership For Change Sayings By Henry Johnson Jr: I sometimes wonder where the world would have been if we didn't have corruption, racism, I sometimes wonder where the world would have been if we didn't have corruption, racism, dictatorial leadership, international terrorism, armed conflict, the spread of infectious diseases, climate change, poverty, hunger and lack of drinking water, the caste system, tribalism, communism, international media propaganda, the Colonial Borders of Africa created by Europeans for their own gains, the Ignorance of the Books of Machiavelli, Hegel & Darwinism (You are either with us or against us) and Lack of Domestic Leadership Education. — Henry Johnson Jr
Leadership For Change Sayings By Rosabeth Moss Kanter: In most important ways, leaders of the future will need the traits and capabilities of In most important ways, leaders of the future will need the traits and capabilities of leaders throughout history: an eye for change and a steadying hand to provide both vision and reassurance that change can be mastered, a voice that articulates the will of the group and shapes it to constructive ends, and an ability to inspire by force of personality while making others feel empowered to increase and use their own abilities. — Rosabeth Moss Kanter
Leadership For Change Sayings By Andy Hargreaves: The rules of the world are changing. It is time for the rules of teaching The rules of the world are changing. It is time for the rules of teaching and teachers' work to change with them. — Andy Hargreaves
Leadership For Change Sayings By Gary Rohrmayer: When a leader is at their limit the last thing they want to hear is When a leader is at their limit the last thing they want to hear is that they need to change even more. Maintaining good rhythms of rest, exercise and fun create more energy for a leader to be willing and open for change. — Gary Rohrmayer
Leadership For Change Sayings By Farshad Asl: A level 4 leader's greatest asset is his ability to engage, empower, and equip his A level 4 leader's greatest asset is his ability to engage, empower, and equip his people; this is what creates the momentum for a significant change in the organization. He invests 80% in his people and 20% in the process. — Farshad Asl
Leadership For Change Sayings By Paul Gibbons: Business is the most important institution on the planet for furthering human flourishing. Business is the most important institution on the planet for furthering human flourishing. — Paul Gibbons
Leadership For Change Sayings By Tony Dovale: An Appreciative inquiry Conversation is the catalyst for strengths based innovation. An Appreciative inquiry Conversation is the catalyst for strengths based innovation. — Tony Dovale
Leadership For Change Sayings By Andy Hargreaves: Although everyone wants to change the teacher, it's time for the agents of educational reform Although everyone wants to change the teacher, it's time for the agents of educational reform to change themselves. — Andy Hargreaves
Leadership For Change Sayings By Robert Lacey: If you see a poor man come into your majlis, try to speak to him If you see a poor man come into your majlis, try to speak to him before you speak to the other people," the king told his son. "Never make a decision on the spot. Say you will give your decision later. Never sign a paper sending someone to prison unless you are 100 percent convinced. And once you've signed, don't change your mind. Be solid. You will find that people try to test you." Fahd was delivering his basic course in local leadership - Saudi Governance 101.
"If you don't know anything about a subject, be quiet until you do. Recruit some older people who can give you advice. And if a citizen comes with a case against the government, take the citizen's side to start with and give the officials a hard time the government will have no shortage of people to speak for them. — Robert Lacey
Leadership For Change Sayings By Harlan Cleveland: Those with visible responsibility for leadership are nearly always too visible to take responsibility for Those with visible responsibility for leadership are nearly always too visible to take responsibility for change ... — Harlan Cleveland
Leadership For Change Sayings By Emma Thompson: [Fighting Climate Change] is important for every single person on the planet, which is why [Fighting Climate Change] is important for every single person on the planet, which is why it has to be the greatest grassroots movement of all time. This is the battle of our lives. We're fighting for our children. — Emma Thompson
Leadership For Change Sayings By Paul Gibbons: Creating change-agile businesses will eliminate the need for what we today call change management. Creating change-agile businesses will eliminate the need for what we today call change management. — Paul Gibbons
Leadership For Change Sayings By Haifaa Al-Mansour: No one will give you change. You have to work for it. You have to No one will give you change. You have to work for it. You have to earn it not by screaming, but by working hard, by believing in yourself, by proving yourself. There are windows, but if you are radical, no one will talk to you. And that window will shut. — Haifaa Al-Mansour
Leadership For Change Sayings By Junius Williams: In any organization of which I have played a leadership role, our trump card has In any organization of which I have played a leadership role, our trump card has never been great numbers but the way we worked with neighborhood people in conjunction with professionals in suits and ties. I want the Obama generation to try to understand this concept, and use it as a real yardstick for their ability to make change. My life personifies the straddling of two cultures: the world of Amherst and Yale and the world of Newark, New Jersey. As you will see, it is the power of the streets combined with the power of the suites that is the most effective mix for making things happen. Anybody who comes to you and says "we want change," without addressing the intersection of these two powerful forces in combination, is just whistling status quo. — Junius Williams
Leadership For Change Sayings By Nicholas Stoller: I think the script's actually pretty solid. It really is a labor of love for I think the script's actually pretty solid. It really is a labor of love for us to get this thing off the ground. It was scary but then there was the change in leadership and I think that the new guy in charge is basically like, "We should just do this." — Nicholas Stoller
Leadership For Change Sayings By Larry Diamond: I am very optimistic about the long run prospects for democracy in China. Chinese society I am very optimistic about the long run prospects for democracy in China. Chinese society is being dramatically and rapidly transformed. And there's rising evidence that the new generation not only lacks faith in communism anymore, they think it's a joke. They're very cynical about their leadership and they want democratic change. — Larry Diamond
Leadership For Change Sayings By J. Loren Norris: So, what does it take to live a more excellent life? It takes a new So, what does it take to live a more excellent life? It takes a new way of thinking, speaking and acting. It takes a change in habits, and a better understanding of who you are and what you do each day. It takes a foolproof formula you can apply to every minute of your day, for the most excellent outcome every time. — J. Loren Norris
Leadership For Change Sayings By Parker J. Palmer: Consciousness precedes being: consciousness, yours and mine, can form, deform, or reform our world. Our Consciousness precedes being: consciousness, yours and mine, can form, deform, or reform our world. Our complicity in world making is a source of awesome and sometimes painful responsibility-and a source of profound hope for change. It is the ground of our common call to leadership, the truth that makes leaders of its all. — Parker J. Palmer
Leadership For Change Sayings By Chip Conley: When the world is in the midst of change, when adversity and opportunity are almost When the world is in the midst of change, when adversity and opportunity are almost indistinguishable, this is the time for visionary leadership and when leaders need to look beyond the survival needs of those they're serving. — Chip Conley
Leadership For Change Sayings By Israelmore Ayivor: Leaders are lovers of change. Without change, growth is static. To lead, you have to Leaders are lovers of change. Without change, growth is static. To lead, you have to appreciate change; else change will depreciate you! — Israelmore Ayivor
Leadership For Change Sayings By Mario Cuomo: In 1960 Americans chose John F. Kennedy because they were ready for change. They were In 1960 Americans chose John F. Kennedy because they were ready for change. They were ready for new and better ideas. After six years of scandals and failed policies under the Reagan Administration, Americans are again ready for change and stronger leadership. I love my country. That is why I am seeking the Democratic nomination for president. — Mario Cuomo
Leadership For Change Sayings By Robert Fryling: Most of all I discovered that my change of mind was closely connected with a Most of all I discovered that my change of mind was closely connected with a change of heart. As a young man, I was comfortable with teachings that supported my leadership role. The role of women was a great topic for debate because it really didn't affect me and my identity. However, as I have been able to better receive God's calling to leadership as a call to humility rather than supremacy, I have been more able to receive women in leadership as well. It is here where I believe that my mind and heart and the Scriptures are most connected. — Robert Fryling
Leadership For Change Sayings By Henry Johnson Jr: Let's start a revolution, a revolution with no gun, but words and action to inspire Let's start a revolution, a revolution with no gun, but words and action to inspire the next generation. The truth should make us better human beings, it shouldn't create enemies out of ignorance. "IGNORANCE" got Liberia way, way back, because some of us were blind back then and failed to see the clear picture before. Before it was the Americo VS the Native. Today is corrupt educated or not so educated Liberian brothers and sisters against those people who they call illiterate. STAND FOR CHANGE AND SAY NO! ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! — Henry Johnson Jr
Leadership For Change Sayings By Wadah Khanfar: When the Islamic revolution began in 1979 under the leadership of Ayatollah Khomeini, it aroused When the Islamic revolution began in 1979 under the leadership of Ayatollah Khomeini, it aroused considerable admiration in the Arab street. It presented a model of organised popular action that deposed one of the region's most tyrannical regimes. The people of the region discerned in this revolution new hope for freedom and change. — Wadah Khanfar
Leadership For Change Sayings By Paul Kriwaczek: For a patrimonial state to be stable over time, it is best ruled with consent, For a patrimonial state to be stable over time, it is best ruled with consent, at least with consent from the largest minority, if not from the majority. Instinctive obedience must be the norm, otherwise too much effort needs to be put into suppressing disaffection for the regime's wider aims to be achievable. Consent is, however, not always easy to obtain. The collective view of most societies is rather conservative: in the main people prefer to see the social arrangements of their youth perpetuated into their old age; they prefer that things be done in the time-honoured way; they are suspicious of novelty and resistant to change. Thus when radical action must be taken, for whatever reason, a great burden falls on the ruler, the father-figure, who has to overcome this social inertia and persuade his subjects to follow his lead. In order that his will shall prevail, he needs to generate huge respect, preferably adulation, and if at all possible sheer awe among his people. — Paul Kriwaczek
Leadership For Change Sayings By Archibald Marwizi: Your personal development is your personal responsibility. No one can study or acquire knowledge for Your personal development is your personal responsibility. No one can study or acquire knowledge for you. There are things only you can do, to bring the change or the results you require to make progress in life. — Archibald Marwizi
Leadership For Change Sayings By David Cottrell: You can help determine your team's enthusiasm for the change by focusing on the entrance You can help determine your team's enthusiasm for the change by focusing on the entrance of potential while you are working through the exit of the past. — David Cottrell
Leadership For Change Sayings By Bob Anderson: Transformation is an acquired taste - not for the faint of heart. Transformation is an acquired taste - not for the faint of heart. — Bob Anderson
Leadership For Change Sayings By Max McKeown: Give serious thought to why your company should care about your strategy. Specifically, find problems Give serious thought to why your company should care about your strategy. Specifically, find problems that the board wants to be solved. What are senior managers scared of? Part of becoming a credible strategic thinker is learning effective approaches to selling ideas for your situation. You'll know that you're getting better at selling (or pitching) strategy when managers start coming to you when there is strategic thinking to be done. — Max McKeown
Leadership For Change Sayings By Israelmore Ayivor: Who you are when you have no power to say anything, and who you become Who you are when you have no power to say anything, and who you become when you have power to say everything will determine whether you are a leader or not. — Israelmore Ayivor