You’re Getting Innovation All Wrong | Linkedin

“I can’t innovate.” “I can’t come up with a new theory of relativity or a new lightbulb or a new iPad. I’ll leave that for the crowd over there to do.” That’s all the wrong headset. Organizations should make it their mission to reward every little incremental improvement their people make.
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P2p – The Person 2 Person Engagement Blog: A Powerful Short Leadership Story By Ken Blanchard!

A Powerful Short Leadership Story by Ken Blanchard! During a brief tweet chat recently with world leading organizational change, leadership and team building expert S. Chris Edmonds , I was reminded of and quoted the title of this short but powerful video, which is narrated by Chriss mentor: Its Always the Leader! – Ken Blanchard The video, narrated by business writing legend Ken Blanchard tells the real life story of Kens visit to the localDepartment of Motor Vehicles. Of all places,thisDMV office work group wastransformed into an extraordinaryteam by a powerful leadership strategy implemented by the manager in charge. I thought it would make for a great share! Hope you enjoy it too!
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Pro Football Hall Of Fame Enshrinement Top Moments – Nfl.com

“So sports became my safe haven, my shield, my guard … Invincible, I felt. Indestructible, you know it. Fearful of nothing … Any sport — basketball, football, baseball — it didn’t matter. And they were important in my life. Not only for my development as a football player, but as a person.” If there was a spine-tingling moment Saturday night, it was Reed’s tribute to his Bills teammates, highlighted by the importance of his “K-Gun” quarterback who was on hand despite battling cancer. “The toughest individual I’ve ever met in my life is Jim Kelly, No.
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