NYtimes does well in its interview with Dr Tachi Yamada, the CEO of the Melinda & Bill Gates Foundation. It’s worth a ten minute break to read the words of a warm person who tells us how he leads and manages an organization and not how we should do it!
(No irony intended, of course. I’ll be reading it again.)
- The greatest leaders spark curiosity about the system
- Positive psychology in Barack Obama’s words
- To be a good manager, teacher or psychologist, I must believe in you fully
- Positive psychology on despair and world conflict
- 5 stages of leadership – from leading me to leading a massive crowd
- What happens when we make savage cuts to an organization?
- No 1 Ladies Detective Agency
- This is how succession planning will change in the next 5 years
- To the American people & your better angels at the dawn of 2010
- Thinking about modern careers in the words of Khalil Gibran