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Doug Conant

“Imperfection is opportunity. It’s workable, ownable, and worthwhile.” @jessicahagy explains why: bit.ly/2lsGBus
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“The hardest person you will ever have to lead is yourself.” – @Bill_George conantleadership.com/26-tough-minde…
"The most effective declared intentions are genuine and anchored in a clearly defined mutual benefit." hbr.org/2016/07/the-co… @HarvardBiz
A little over a yr ago, we launched our new mission of championing #leadershipthatworks & our 7 essential practices: linkedin.com/pulse/7-essent…
Ultimately as a leader you're evaluated on how you interact w/ people. If you do it well, you'll be more effective. If you don't, you won't.
How will you measure your life? @claychristensen has some thoughtful insights: conantleadership.com/4-ted-talks-on…
.@melrobbins on forcing yourself out of your comfort zone (so you can get what you want): conantleadership.com/4-ted-talks-on…
Will you be remembered for living your best life? These 4 @TEDTalks provide a dose of inspiration to do better. conantleadership.com/4-ted-talks-on…
Thanks to my friend @susancain for including me here. Leaders, you don't have to be an extrovert to make an impact. quietrev.com/3-introverted-…
.@Richtopia Thanks! Great list. Happy to be included.
I'm in great company on this list of influential authors. Thanks to @Richtopia for the "shout-out." richtopia.com/inspirational-…
"If you take care of your customers and you have motivated employees, everything else follows.” – Anne M. Mulcahy conantleadership.com/26-tough-minde…
As you work to develop your #leadership craft — you must continually inspire #trust at every step along the way. conantleadership.com/conantleadersh…
8 management behaviors that foster trust: hbr.org/2017/01/the-ne… via @HarvardBiz
How many of these "18 Things Mentally Strong People Do" do *you* do? twitter.com/AmyMorinLCSW/s…
When you establish a pattern of honoring people through your actions, word gets out. conantleadership.com/influence-peop…
You’re either going to become known as someone who does what they say they’re going to do -- or someone who doesn't. Walk your talk.
Leadership that works is tough-minded on standards and tender-hearted with people.
Once you realize you don't need to be perfect, you can choose to be great.
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“To give anything less than your best, is to sacrifice the gift.” – Steve Prefontaine conantleadership.com/26-tough-minde… #leadershipthatworks
“Some people want it to happen, some wish it would happen, others make it happen.” – Michael Jordan Which one are you?
"Put simply, the way people feel at work profoundly influences how they perform." nytimes.com/2014/06/01/opi… via @PorathC @tonyschwartz
In order to reach our goals in times of turmoil, high-activity, or change, we need both discipline & flexibility -- in equal measure.
Always be your ferocious best & when you’re going through hell, keep going. Lessons from my near-fatal car crash: conantleadership.com/leadership-les…
10 Questions Leaders Should Ask Every Day lnkd.in/g4pmt5b
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Enjoyed speaking to a great group of leaders from @ingevity in beautiful South Carolina earlier today. #leadershipthatworks
Lack of trust significantly increases the cost of doing business. How much could you be paying? #SpeedofTrust
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Leaders: pursue a commitment to excellence, tackle every challenge with passion and zeal, and conjure every ounce of grit you can muster.
If you’ve got a plan, stick to it. If the situation changes — adapt, be flexible, think creatively, and find a way to evolve your method.
A good plan well executed beats a brilliant plan poorly executed every time. #LeadershipThatWorks
The trick to meeting our goals — in leadership and in life — is being consistent even when things become challenging or overwhelming.
Holding perfection, not progress, as a gold standard can become a slippery slope towards excuse-making, inaction, and exasperation.
We must champion high standards of performance. But we’ve also got to support those high standards with a caring attitude towards people.
Sometimes people simply need to hear from their leaders, “I’m right here”, “I’m with you.” conantleadership.com/leadership-les…
Scott, thanks for sharing this post. twitter.com/soul2work/stat…
It is unrealistic to expect extraordinary effort & performance without creating an environment in which people feel extraordinarily valued.
The road to #leadership mastery begins with one simple question: What’s one thing I can do better tomorrow?
Pick out associates whose behavior is better than yours and you’ll drift in that direction. – Warren Buffett conantleadership.com/26-tough-minde…
Time is precious. How are you using yours? #leadershipthatworks @JohnCMaxwell
As leaders, people are depending on us to be consistent, competent, reliable, and fair. We need a clear & compelling #purpose to guide us.
 
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