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Warren G. Bennis Quote: “Leaders are people who believe so passionately that they can seduce other people into sharing their dream.”
Warren G. Bennis Quote: “The opposite of hope is despair, and when we despair, it is because we feel there are no choices.”
Warren G. Bennis Quote: “Charisma is the result of effective leadership, not the other way around.”
Warren G. Bennis Quote: “A leader is someone whose actions have the most profound consequences on other people’s lives, for better or worse, sometime forever and ever.”
Warren G. Bennis Quote: “I used to think that running an organization was equivalent to conducting a symphony orchestra. But I don’t think that’s quite it; it’s more like jazz. There is more improvisation.”
Warren G. Bennis Quote: “The manager administers; the leader innovates.”
Warren G. Bennis Quote: “If you’re the leader, you’ve got to give up your omniscient and omnipotent fantasies – that you know and must do everything. Learn how to abandon your ego to the talents of others.”
Warren G. Bennis Quote: “The ideal boss for a growing leader is probably a good boss with major flaws, so that one can learn all the complex lessons of what to do and what not to do simultaneously.”
Warren G. Bennis Quote: “That’s nonsense; in fact, the opposite is true. Leaders are made rather than born.”
Warren G. Bennis Quote: “Unlike top management at Enron, exemplary leaders reward dissent. They encourage it. They understand that, whatever momentary discomfort they experience as a result of being told they might be wrong, it is more than offset by the fact that the information will help them make better decisions.”
Warren G. Bennis Quote: “Just as no great painting has ever been created by a committee, no great vision has ever emerged from the herd.”
Warren G. Bennis Quote: “Leadership has become a heavy industry. Concern and interest about leadership development is no longer an American phenomenon. It is truly global. Though I will probably be in less demand, I wanted to move on.”
Warren G. Bennis Quote: “The future has no shelf life.”
Warren G. Bennis Quote: “Great Groups need to know that the person at the top will fight like a tiger for them.”
Warren G. Bennis Quote: “Make sure you have someone in your life from whom you can get reflective feedback.”
Warren G. Bennis Quote: “If I were to give off-the-cuff advice to anyone trying to institute change, I would say, “How clear is the metaphor?””
Warren G. Bennis Quote: “A passion for continual learning, a refined, discerning ear for the moral and ethical consequences of their actions, and an understanding of the purposes of work and human organisations.”
Warren G. Bennis Quote: “People who know what they want and why they want it, and have the skills to communicate that to others in a way that gains support.”
Warren G. Bennis Quote: “You need people who can walk their companies into the future rather than back them into the future.”
Warren G. Bennis Quote: “Our tendency to create heroes rarely jibes with the reality that most nontrivial problems require collective solutions.”
Warren G. Bennis Quote: “Companies which get misled by their own success are sure to be blind sided.”
Warren G. Bennis Quote: “The ability to plan for what has not yet happened, for a future that has only been imagined, is one of the hallmarks of leadership.”
Warren G. Bennis Quote: “Successful leaders are great askers.”
Warren G. Bennis Quote: “I wanted the influence. In the end I wasn’t very good at being a president. I looked out of the window and thought that the man cutting the lawn actually seemed to have more control over what he was doing.”
Warren G. Bennis Quote: “Around the world, the generals are being ousted, and the poets are taking charge.”
Warren G. Bennis Quote: “Ineffective leaders often act on the advice and counsel of the last person they talked to.”
Warren G. Bennis Quote: “What job is worth the enormous psychic cost of following a leader who values loyalty in the narrowest sense.”
Warren G. Bennis Quote: “One thing Great Groups do need is protection. Great Groups do things that haven’t been done before. Most corporations and other traditional organizations say they want innovation, but they reflexively shun the untried. Most would rather repeat a past success than gamble on a new idea. Because Great Groups break new ground, they are more susceptible than others to being misunderstood, resented, even feared. Successful.”
Warren G. Bennis Quote: “A promising junior executive of IBM was involved in a risky venture for the company and managed to lose over $10 million in the gamble. It was a disaster. When Watson called the nervous executive into his office, the young man blurted out, ‘I guess you want my resignation?’ Watson said, ‘You can’t be serious. We’ve just spent $10 million educating you!”
Warren G. Bennis Quote: “Growing other leaders from the ranks isn’t just the duty of the leader, it’s an obligation.”
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