Leader Agility

Mar 1 2010

One of the most clever and catchy pieces of career advice I’ve heard was uttered by advertising genius Bruce Barton, who invented Betty Crocker and gave General Motors and General Electric their names. He told leaders:

“When you’re through changing, you’re though.”

Indeed, the reality of leadership and career development is “change or die.”

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