Posts Tagged ‘audience of One’

The Audience of One By Dr. Jerry White

Authenticity is Found in Serving An Audience of One It was said they played for an audience of one. George Balanchine was the famous director of the New York City Ballet. Those who danced said they would have thunderous applause and accolades, but they did not feel good unless Balanchine was pleased. The authentic leader…

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The Only Applause That Matters

By Dr. R. Scott Rodin A bookmark of mine carries a thought that has stayed with me throughout my years in leadership. It reads, “It doesn’t matter if the world knows, or sees or understands, the only applause we are meant to seek is that of nail-scarred hands.”  Leaders are exposed to opportunities to generate applause. …

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