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How To Be Taken Seriously As A Young Leader

By Justin Foster, Fast Company, July 2015

Young leaders (35 and under) possess self-confidence, drive, and creative thinking. Yet they often struggle with how to present themselves as leaders when working with leaders from older generations. Regardless of age, it’s important to cultivate what I call your Leadership Brand. It is a blend of self-worth, talent, value, and perception that is unique to each person, regardless of role or title.

TCL Video Series: Futuristic Thinking with Shawn Kent Hayashi

Futuristic thinkers have the ability to look past the events of today and into the possibilities of tomorrow. They can visualize compulsory new ideas about customers, products, services, strategies and business models. In this 3-minute video, The Complete Leader faculty member Shawn Kent Hayashi talks about how tomorrow’s leaders will need to think further into the future, and implement ideas in a timely manner, to remain competitive in a world that will change faster than we can understand.

5 Natural Forces Shaping Your Brand

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We all see the changes. Internal and external forces pushing and pulling on brands. We see the disintegration of the old ways of doing business - but also the emergence of new ways that encourage collaboration, transparency and deeper connections. As market forces and societal trends shape brands, business leaders have a tremendous opportunity to harness these trends rather than just respond to them.

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