Check out Lee Thayer’s Blog: The Leader’s JourneyLeave the first response October 29, 2007 / Posted in Mindful Leadership
I was first impacted back in 1986 when I first heard Lee Thayer speak to my Vistage 29 group, back then known as TEC 29. I have followed or at least attempted to understand his thinking about thinking. He continues to stretch and challenge the business leader to think about what needs thinking about. His book Leadership: Thinking Being Doing has been reedited and republished by wmebooks.com.
People can’t figure out what they need to know. People can only figure out what they are personally capable of figuring out. So they seek “advice.” And here a paradox rears its ugly face: If you know the difference between good advice and bad advice, you don’t need advice.
or listen to an audio of an interview by Yvonne DiVita with Lee where he speaks on high performance leadership using The Devil Wears Prada as an example.