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Columbia Business School agrees: “…recent scientific research from a range of disciplines such as psychology, neuroscience, and psychotherapy is yielding powerful evidence that success in one’s professional and personal lives is substantially influenced by another dimension of leadership: personal leadership. Personal leadership is our ability to understand and direct our inner environment — our goals and values, our mindsets and emotions, and our positive and destructive drives.” “To be more effective…leaders need to understand how their mindset can stimulate or inhibit their personal development,” says Hitendra Wadhwa, professor of practice and faculty director at Columbia. 

This world of career and leadership is driven by our belief that people are best served when we work to collective purpose, when people leverage their greatest skills and gifts, and when we all work from an advanced level of human consciousness about others and ourselves.


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We Want Your Professional Story

November 12th, 2012
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  LP Magazine is looking for innovating or different careers to profile. If you’re doing anything at high speed, beyond the edge of the envelope, in ways that innovates, changes the game, inspires, leaves a wake, or is just plain … Continue reading

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Box of Crayons: On Doing Great Work

November 6th, 2012
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  LPTrendsCareer – Box of Crayons – Helping Others Do Great Work. On Michael Bungay Stanier. Author, innovation expert, creativity coach, philanthropist, keynote speaker and yes, Rhodes Scholar, Michael Bungay Stanier knows all about the challenge of doing Great Work in … Continue reading

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Why Women Still Can’t Have It All?

October 25th, 2012
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  LPTrendsVillageIdeas. In the spirit of the upcoming election and going against the grain of popular ideas, ponder this truly thought-provoking and obviously emotions-provoking article series on the women’s movement, women and work, and a slightly different take on equality … Continue reading

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Brigadier Generals Know Extreme Leadership

October 10th, 2012
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  LPTrendsLeadership. “Brigadier General (Ret.) Thomas Kolditz, a Senior Lecturer at Yale University, on the future of leadership. Tom Kolditz has appeared on ABC World News, ABC 20-20, Al Jazeera, MSNBC, CBS, NPR, Calgary Today, Morning Ireland, and conducted interviews with the New York Times, the Associated … Continue reading

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You know, that John Cleese…

October 8th, 2012
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LPTrendsInnovativeThinking: John Cleese is really smart. He has a way with knowing exactly how to make you laugh your proverbial, British comedy-loving butt off. And who can forget or ignore his classics A Fish Called Wanda, or Monty Python’s Life of Brian… But … Continue reading

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Hipsters Teach: World Listens

September 25th, 2012
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  LPTrendsIdeas– Better Ways for Every Day We appreciated that at first blush this site could be construed as race-negative. But then we took off our bias and attachment filters and just absorbed. We appreciated the fact that their’s is … Continue reading

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Funny Things Real People Say

September 17th, 2012
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LPTrendsCoolJobs: Witstream. Lisa Cohen has a divergent, creative mind and innovating nose for technology and how to use it to its full potential. She helps us all find the funny, and real. Follow Lisa on Twitter, too. “Founder and Chief Executive Officer Lisa … Continue reading

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