"When people signed the Declaration of Independence, they weren't sure what was on the other side. That's how deep change starts: commitment and courage." –Red Room business author Dave Logan.
Dave is offering his book, Tribal Leadership: Leveraging Natural Groups to Build a Powerful Organization, at a special price of $12, and for every book purchased, he is donating $2 to charity: water. Dave's insights on what beliefs drive the success or failure of a team have been incredibly helpful to transforming our little team here at Red Room.
This is a great example of innovative leadership to promote one's work while helping a worthy cause. This week, we'd like you to blog about more examples of visionary leadership, and about the qualities that made this leader or leaders succeed. Please tag your blog post leadership blog so we can find it.
A few bloggers will win copies of Tribal Leadership, out in paperback on June 7th. Whether you're a CEO, a manager, or just a member of a team who wants to know how to make it work, Dave's insights into "how to assess an organization's tribal culture on a scale from one to five and then implement specific tools to elevate the stage to the next. The result is unprecedented success."
So post a blog entry today about Red Room's topic of the week
For help on how to blog, please see the directions here. We'll choose one of these blog posts to be featured on Red Room's homepage next week. Post your entry by Friday at 10:30 a.m. PST (GMT-08:00) for consideration, and be sure to tag it with the keyword term leadership blog in the Blog Keyword Tags field so we can find it. (Please don't forget the exact tag. For more information about tags, click here.)
And don't forget to check out last week's blog-topic-of-the-week entries on science fiction stories. From personal memories of a friendship with Ray Bradbury to a science fiction author who’d prefer not to read science fiction, Red Roomers appreciated famous classics and obscure gems.
All of Red Room's past blog topics are listed here. Thanks as always for blogging!
–Huntington W. Sharp, Senior Editor, Red Room