Tribes are everywhere, in companies large and small, and their members are hungry for connection, meaning, and change--in other words, for leadership. For the first time, explains Godin, everyone has an opportunity to lead, not just bosses. Here, he explains how.
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by Seth Godin
by The Group of 33
by Seth Grahame-Smith
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by Micah Solomon
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"Though a bit dry and languid with his delivery, Godin provides some interesting food for thought about the new modes of leadership emerging within an ever-changing cultural landscape. He remains steady throughout his performance but never delivers his information in as compelling manner as the text suggests. Godin takes a good look beyond typical leadership models to focus on the spheres of influence and group branding (tribes) emerging most strongly with the Internet generation. Social networking and other new media and technology are changing the power, direction, and investment of numerous people and, as Godin believes, can change the dynamics of business and culture. L.E. (c) AudioFile 2009, Portland, Maine"
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