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Mattermap door CNN International 17 maart 2014

What can the world's top business minds teach you about leadership?

  • Communication

    • Poor communication not only hurts collaboration and execution within a company, but it invariably expresses itself externally.
      Meg Whitman CEO, Hewlett Packard Bron: LinkedIn 23/04/2013
    • It's your job to communicate your message, your values, what's right about what's happening, and what's wrong -- over and over and over again.
      Jack Welch Former CEO of GE Bron: LinkedIn
    • Ultimate truth comes from the lowest levels of your organization.
      David Marcus President, Pay Pal Bron: Linked In
    • Treat your employees as true stakeholders in your business and take a personal interest in them, recognizing that they are real people with real issues.
      Michael Andrew Global Chairman and CEO KPMG Bron: LinkedIn
    • You can never have too much good communication.
      Jon Whitmore CEO ACT Bron: LinkedIn
  • Being passionate and inspirational

    • If you aren’t having fun, you are doing it wrong. If you feel like getting up in the morning to work on your business is a chore, then it's time to try something else.
      Richard Branson CEO and founder, Virgin Group Bron: LinkedIn 02/10/2012
    • It is hard work to pick yourself back up immediately and keep going. But the quicker you do it, the more chance you have for success.
      Betty Liu Bloomberg and ABC Bron: LinkedIn
    • Leaders bring out the best in others, but the most successful leaders go even farther: They form lasting emotional bonds.
      Deepak Chopra Author Bron: LinkedIn
    • Not everyone gets to realize their full potential. But everyone has ability. It's how you bring out the best in people that makes the difference. (Tony Fernandes, Group CEO Air Asia)
      Tony Fernandes Group CEO Air Asia Bron: LinkedIn
  • Decision making

    • The very best leaders avoid “group think.” Instead, they look at challenges through different lenses and from different perspectives.
      Jeff Immelt Chairman, GE Bron: linkedin.com
    • Sometimes you never know when you're going to find top talent. It helps to keep your eyes and ears open, even in the most unlikely of times and in the most unlikely of places.
      Jeff Weiner CEO LinkedIn Bron: linkedin.com
    • As a leader, it’s up to you to understand the difference between work that is important and work that isn’t.
      Jennifer Dulski COO of Change.org Bron: linkedin.com
    • To me it is the responsibility of a leader to challenge norms and established processes. To take calculated risks and push boundaries so the business does not stagnate or lose relevance.
      Alex Malley CEO at CPA Australia Bron: linkedin.com
  • Setting an example

    • Act with clarity of vision and purpose; lead with courage and conviction; be maniacal about customers, innovation and delivering great product experiences.
      John Donahoe CEO of eBay Inc Bron: linkedin.com
    • You must have good business judgment and lead with passion and purpose, while not being afraid to roll up your sleeves and work alongside your people every day.
      Clara Shi CEO of Hearsay Bron: linkedin.com
    • Courage and humility -- just give it a shot and if someone has a better idea, say, thank you, that’s a better idea.
      Jim Yong Kim World Bank president Bron: linkedin.com
  • Values and culture

    • Get out of the way, give people space to come up with new ideas, and reward risk takers by championing their efforts.
      Arne Sorenson CEO of Marriott International Bron: linkedin.com
    • When a company has a reputation for fair dealing, its costs drop: trust cuts the time spent second-guessing, worrying, and lawyering ... Like most things, business works better when the energy spent on doubt, fear and suspicion are reduced. ...»
      Joel Peterson Jet Blue Chairman Bron: linkedin.com
    • Luck plays a part in success, but the harder you work, the luckier you get. Whatever you choose to do, even if it’s not the job of your dreams, always work hard at it ... Hard work creates opportunities where your resume cannot. ...»
      Mike Bloomberg Founder of Bloomberg L.P. and former Ney York City mayor Bron: linkedin.com
    • If you approach your successes and your failures equally, with humility and a critical eye, you will see your strengths and weaknesses for what they are and be able to adjust. This is the path to success. ...»
      Hiroshi Mikitani CEO Rakuten Inc Bron: linkedin.com

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