Credibility is a powerful factor in any leader’s life. Without credibility, people will struggle to find a reason to follow you. When you have credibility, people realize you get things done.
Susan M. Barber, our guest today on Answers From Leadership, knows a thing or two about building, keeping, and transferring credibility. And that’s what Susan and I discuss in episode 35 of Answers From Leadership.
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Susan, what else would you like listeners to know about you?
No, you did a great job introducing me.
How would you define leadership?
I define leadership as inspiring others with a shared vision. Empowering them to deliver objectives and having integrity.
Ghost In The Shell is a live-action remake of the classic anime of the same name. The live-action Ghost In The Shell features Scarlett Johansson as Major Motoko Kusanagi.
With my love of anime (Akira and Vampire Hunter D are two of my favorite classic anime movies), I was excited to see Ghost In The Shell brought to life. I was also excited to see the leadership lessons in Ghost In The Shell.
Read on to discover the leadership lessons and quotes I took away from Ghost In The Shell along with my thoughts on the live-action version.
Caution: Ghost In The Shell spoilers below
Leadership Lessons And Quotes From Ghost In The Shell
1. Daisuke Aramaki (may have been another character):
A machine cannot lead.
This quote really resonated with me. Machines are robotic. They do exactly what they’re told and nothing more. Read more...
I am always striving to increase my productivity. My guess is that you are too. I wish this was an easy goal to just check off but I have found that it’s not that easy. Increased productivity doesn’t come by blinking your eyes and clicking your heels. Oh, how I wish it did!
However, there are a few steps that you can take to help make the shift in your schedule and energy output in order to push your productivity to the next level.
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It’s easy to forget the most important organization you run: Your family. They’re there when you leave for work and they’re then when you get home from work.