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21st Century Leadership (Part 2)

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Picking-up where we left off this past Tuesday (June 30th), I am pleased to welcome our guest panel back as we conclude our discussion on 21st Century Leadership. Highlights from Part 1 (which is also available on a on-demand basis) include concepts such as; a) does the time make the leader, or does the leader make the time?, b) can you differentiate between a leader and his or her accomplishments in assessing their leadership skills?, c) do internal systems augment or hinder leadership development and, d)is social intelligence as important as emotional intelligence. Joining me once again to shed some light on this very relevant and highly important question is critically acclaimed author BILL McANENY, whose book Frankenstein's Manager: Leadership's Missing Links is a seminal work in providing executives with an understanding of the obstacles to becoming a successful leader. We are also happy to welcome best-selling author DR. GABRIELA CORA, MD, FAPA, MBA, whose books including "Leading Under Pressure," has made her a regular guest and key resource for CNN, FOX, NBC, Lifetime television, the New York Times, Forbes, and Business Week. Also joining us will be Merydith Willoughby whose latest book (Sex in the Boardroom) provides a systems approach to leadership development. Finally, we welcome award winning author Forrest Breyfogle III whose 4-book series on the Integrated Enterprise Excellence System (going Beyond Lean Six Sigma and the Balanced Scorecard) enables and empowers executives to take a holistic view of their enterprise, and better prepares them for the challenges of the 21st Century business world. A 21st Century Governance Principles Group Program (http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=1812087)

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