Thought leadership isn’t about how big your team is; it’s about how big your ideas are.
I think we’ll look back on 2016 as the end of the beginning of the values-driven leadership revolution, and the start of the next phase. Sometimes we prepare for something without realizing that’s what we’re doing. As I think about the challenges facing business leaders heading into 2017, I think that’s exactly what we — you, me, and all of the values-driven leaders we know — have been doing over the past several years.
You might have noticed that you get your best ideas when you least expect them. It might be while you’re in the shower or on a walk. This is a common experience, and it’s not just coincidence; it’s neuroscience at work.
Love it or hate it, social media is here to stay. Gone are the days when we could write off this new medium as a passing fad - instead, we’re finding ways to harness its ever-evolving power and create new opportunities for brands and individuals alike. For our community of values-driven leaders, social media is an important tool for connecting with like-minded leaders, sharing ideas, and building a strong personal brand and an expansive network across multiple industries.