Thursday, March 25, 2010

HBR, How to Be a Changemaker

The leadership skills that worked in the past are quickly becoming irrelevant in today's fast-paced, change-is-the-name-of-the-game world. To be effective, you need to know how to adapt to and drive change. Here are the six core skills that can turn you into a changemaker:
Bring people together who aren't connected.
Design new business models by combining players and resources in new ways.
Persevere with an idea until you see success.
Don't rely on credentials, but on the power of your ideas.
Persuade others to see the possibility of your ideas and join you in the pursuit.
Empower others to also make change.
Today's Management Tip was adapted from "Rodrigo Baggio's Persuasive Leadership" by Bill Drayton and Valeria Budinich.




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