Leadership is changing.
Leadership is hard work.
Leadership is needed more than ever at our national and state levels (especially in government).
Leadership needs to manage the formal and informal structures in their organizations.
Leadership can connect and communicate with new social (media) tools.
Leaders have to ensure that their L > C (that their rate of learning is greater than the rate of change).
What leadership does is not changing, but how it does it needs to change.
Our new definition of leadership: Leaders have the ability to find insights and the aptitude to turn those insights into action. Insights to action — one without the other is either useless or destructive.
These were just some of the insights from the MACPA's Retreat in Ocean City, Md.
Notice how you can use social media tools to communicate and share your learning.
Watch this short video interview with Emmanuel Gobillot.
Here is my presentation (loaded on www.slideshare.net):
Leadershift: Reinventing Leadership for the Age of Mass Collaboration, Emmanuel Gobillot
Strengths-Based Leadership, Tom Rath and Barry Conchie
The Power of Pull – How Small Moves, Smartly Made, Can Put Big Things in Motion, John Hagel III, John Seely Brown and Lang Davison
Grown Up Digital, Don Tapscott
And here is our free social media for CPAs learning site (34 things in 15 minutes a day).
Upcoming programs on Leadership from MACPA and BLI:
- MACPA's Leadership Academy, Sept. 18-20 in Towson, Md.
- Industry in Annapolis — leadership, management, strategy, July 26-27
So what do you think? Is leadership changing, if so, how?