Leaders & Thinkers...authentic leadership is a choice!
Welcome to the world of Leaders & Thinkers, where it is natural to think outside the box and authentic leadership is a not just a possibility but can be a surety. Goodbye to the existing short-term thinking, scientific and leadership orthodoxy. The world is not lacking in leadership. What is wanting is authentic leadership that doesn’t command with just common sense or conventional wisdom, but thinks outside the box. Authentic leadership is not a position. It is a choice. It is said that managers do the right thing but leaders do things right. Steve Wright, an Academy Award-winning American comedian, actor and writer said, “There's a fine line between fishing and just standing on the shore like an idiot.”
"Since your thinking has a direct bearing on your performance, your thinking must be based on sound input!" (Zig Ziglar, p147). Thank you very much for visiting. "Everybody can be great...because anybody can serve. You don't have to have a college degree to serve. You don't have to make your subject and verb agree to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love" —Martin Luther King, Jr.
"Lead, follow, or get out of the way." -- Thomas Paine.
If you are a leader that thinks outside the box, you may want to join the emerging great Leaders and Thinkers. Leaders & Thinkers is a rendezvous of thousands of the finest leaders and thinkers on earth. Lead. Think outside the box--about 7000, some of the finest leaders on earth. We are on our way to mobilizing one million authentic leaders on earth. Let's collaborate!
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C. Benjamin Anyacho, MBA, Founder and International Facilitator
Author, Keynote Speaker, Bridge Builder, Corporate Crisis Management Consultant & Restorative Therapist in Austin, Texas, USA and founder, Able J Resources,
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Peter A. Wood, Coordinator and facilitator
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