Aim 2010

Peters, Tom
March 2010
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Mar2010, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p7
The article lists the six keywords of resilience, thoughtfulness-civility, service, contribution, learning and excellence as the author's Aim 2010 for leadership. The author mentions resilience as an expectation that everything works, thinks that thoughtfulness-civility pays off on the bottom line and believes service means leaders work for those who report to them. He also defines contribution as lending a helping hand to the community, learning as the best way to stay fresh and vibrant and excellence as a wonderful aspiration and standard.


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