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Category Archives: Leadership

The Leadership and the Environment Podcast: The First Recording

posted by Joshua on May 28, 2017 in Audio, Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Nature

https://archive.org/download/170527PracticeSolo/170527_practice_solo.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:33:52 — 64.5MB)Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSWhen I get the podcast up and running, I’ll interview guests. I already have audio content, so I’ll post it now. In particular, I’m speaking on leadership and the environment Tuesday at NYU-Stern, 6pm-8pm. Register here to attend! I recorded[…] Keep reading →

The Leadership and the Environment Podcast: It Starts Here and Now

posted by Joshua on May 28, 2017 in Audio, Choosing/Decision-Making, Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Nature

Everyone wants a cleaner environment and recognizes human behavior is trashing it. We can’t stop ourselves because of the systems we created that make it convenient, comfortable, fun, and in nearly every way emotionally rewarding to pollute except that it’s against our values of leaving the world better than we found it. Only you know[…] Keep reading →

Leadership and the Environment: See me speak THIS TUESDAY, May 30, at 6pm

posted by Joshua on May 27, 2017 in Events, Leadership, Nature

The Titanic has a hole in its hull and it’s taking on water. We’re past needing to keep measure the flow rate and size of the hole. It’s time to act. I support continued science, education, and legislation, but what is missing from pollution and climate change is effective leadership. Billions of people want to[…] Keep reading →

Nelson Mandela: leadership doesn’t come from authority [video]

posted by Joshua on May 26, 2017 in Education, Leadership

You can learn to uplead. When you do you’ll be able to lead in all directions more effectively. You’ll realize that relying on authority tends to undermine your ability to lead. Check out the second video with American Management Association Books, my publisher, which distinguishes between leadership and authority and illustrates the difference with Nelson[…] Keep reading →

What will you fix the toilet for?

posted by Joshua on May 25, 2017 in Entrepreneurship, Inc.com, Leadership

My Inc. post today, “What will you fix the toilet for?,” begins What Will You Fix the Toilet For? How much do you love your work? This simple question can tell you. White-collar workers Consider the banker, consultant, or other multinational corporate worker. He or she demands high compensation, business class travel arrangements, and so[…] Keep reading →

Science: This Remote Paradise Is Most Trashed Spot on Earth

posted by Joshua on May 24, 2017 in Awareness, Entrepreneurship, Inc.com, Leadership, Nature

My Inc. post today, “Science: This Remote Paradise Is Most Trashed Spot on Earth,” begins serious but connects it to entrepreneurship and leadership. It starts: Science: This Remote Paradise Is Most Trashed Spot on Earth Two scientists report that this once-pristine paradise on Earth, now covered with plastic junk. Leaders and entrepreneurs can act. If[…] Keep reading →

Tathra Street of the Tall Poppy Podcast interviewed me, and it’s a great conversation

posted by Joshua on May 24, 2017 in Audio, Leadership, Relationships, SIDCHAs

Tathra Street hosts the Tall Poppy podcast. Today she posted our wonderful conversation, which covered leadership, burpees, competition, and important things we all wish we talked about more. The top of her page says: Change – Leadership – Wisdom The top of mine used to say: Meaning – Value – Purpose You can tell we’d[…] Keep reading →