As my blog editor knows all too well, I wasn't all that keen to enter the blogosphere world.

Warren G. Bennis

Warren G. Bennis

Profession: Author
Nationality: American

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Becoming a leader is synonymous with becoming yourself. It is precisely that simple, and it is also that difficult.

Leaders must encourage their organizations to dance to forms of music yet to be heard.

How can we educators claim credit for understanding, let alone teaching, the 'global mind' without a single course on the impact of religion on every day life?

Trust is the lubrication that makes it possible for organizations to work.

To be authentic is literally to be your own author, to discover your own native energies and desires, and then to find your own way of acting on them.

Leadership has become a heavy industry. Concern and interest about leadership development is no longer an American phenomenon. It is truly global. Though I will probably be in less demand, I wanted to move on.

The manager asks how and when; the leader asks what and why.

There is a profound difference between information and meaning.

A great director or leader knows his people, creates a great team, and then makes a great movie that can influence millions more than the readers of his column.

Leaders are people who do the right thing; managers are people who do things right.

Great things are accomplished by talented people who believe they will accomplish them.

One of the best teaching experiences Ed Schein and I had when we were teaching at MIT in the 1960s was inventing a course on leadership through film.

There are two ways of being creative. One can sing and dance. Or one can create an environment in which singers and dancers flourish.

The manager accepts the status quo; the leader challenges it.