Friday, March 08, 2013

IWD

Today is International Women's Day and this is essential reading.


And so the next Bell debate begins.


 This will have your toe tapping

"To be 'a leader' is meaningless without context. A leader of what? Too many of us have succumbed to the idea that 'leaders' are a specific type of people or that 'leadership' is a character quality to be obtained like political capital - the more the better. But I view leadership differently. Leadership isn't a goal. Leadership is a role. Wisdom and strength are what we should pursue. Not leadership. Wisdom is discerning when to lead. Strength comes from practicing wisdom. Leadership is a role that changes hands depending on context. In that light, it is important to learn how to lead not because you want to be 'a leader' but because when your wisdom and strength have placed you in a position of leadership, you don't want to screw it up"

Rachel Held Evans 
via 
Thomas Creedy

A good leader takes a little more than their share of the blame and a little less than their share of the credit

Tweeted by Nicky Gumbel

I found reading about 'The trajectory argument' interesting


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