The Tuesday Reading today is “Success Will Come and Go, But Integrity is Forever”, an essay by Amy Rees Anderson which appeared recently in Forbes. Anderson is the Managing Partner and Founder of REES Capital which provides entrepreneurs and business executives critical guidance and support to help their companies grow. Previously, she founded and managed number of entrepreneurial ventures including MediConnect, a cloud-based health
Today’s Tuesday Reading is “6 Exercises To Strengthen Compassionate Leadership” and was written by Andrew Newberg, an M.D. and author, who with Mark Robert Waldman has written the book “Words Can Change Your Brain.” Newberg is also Director of Research at the Myrna Brind Center for Integrative Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and Medical College and Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Pennsylvania.
The Tuesday Reading today, “Are You an Introverted Boss?”, comes from the pen of a confessed introvert, Douglas Conant, President and CEO of the Campbell Soup Company.
As an introvert, Conant enjoys being by himself, he needs quiet time to be alone with his thoughts and recharge, yet his job requires him to be “out there” much of the time. And, the same is true for any leader who is an introvert.
Conant has discovered several behaviors that he has found helpful:
The Tuesday Reading today is “Don’t Sabotage Yourself” by Susan David, founder and co-director of the Harvard/McLean Institute of Coaching. She is also a member of the Harvard faculty. This essay appeared in the HBR blog.
The Tuesday Reading today is “One Thing Employees Need (But Rarely Get)”. Today’s reading, was written by Jeff Haden who says that he learned much of what he knows about business and technology by working his way up in the manufacturing industry and by ghostwriting for smart leaders, and appeared in Inc.
Today’s reading, “Smart Leaders Get More Out of the Employees They Have”, is by Liz Wiseman, president of The Wiseman Group, a management research and development center in Silicon Valley and author of Multipliers: How the Best Leaders Make Everyone
Today’s Tuesday Reading is a recent reflection from Jim Phelps, ITLP alumnus and Senior IT Architect at the University of Wisconsin Madison. His thoughts do cause one to pause as we have (or really take) so little time to think that we have forgotten how.
Today’s reading “Olympic Games” is a reflection from Julie Shuttleworth, member of the 2012 Leadership@Penn cohort. She is Director of Administrative Affairs in the Provost’s office at the University of Pennsylvania.
Today’s reading – “Stop Chasing the Wrong Priorities" – comes from the pens of Kelly Goldsmith and Marshall Goldsmith and appeared in a recent CBS News blog. Marshall Goldsmith is a well-known author, leadership thinker, and executive coach. Kelly Goldsmith is assistant professor of marketing at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.
The reading builds off interviews of retired leaders and their response to the question: ”What is the key to having a great life?“ Their key responses:
This week’s Tuesday Reading “12 Things Good Bosses Believe”comes from Bob Sutton’s pen and appeared in the Harvard Business Review blogs. Sutton is Professor of Management Science and Engineering at Stanford University. He studies and writes about management, innovation, and the nitty-gritty of organizational life. He is author of Good Boss, Bad Boss.