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John Thurlbeck
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I am known as an inspirational and empowering people and organisation developer, underpinned by a passion for lifelong learning and making a real difference in the lives of people.
I am known as an inspirational and empowering people and organisation developer, underpinned by a passion for lifelong learning and making a real difference in the lives of people.

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Want to be creative as a leader? Then you should definitely read this book ... and then apply its perspectives!

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A collection of great leadership post from friends and colleagues at +LeadWithGiants/DanForbes

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If you are struggling with your leadership/management role and need a lift, read this great slide set by my friend and co-author +Chery Gegelman!

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If you are interested in authentic, servant leadership check out this brilliant post from my friend and co-author Daniel Buhr!

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This is a very inspiring post put together by my #LeadWithGiants  friend and colleague, +Joseph Lalonde!

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I definitely agree with this view ~ that leaders should be great storytellers! What do you think?
Before G+, WWW, and books, there were Storytellers that held our attention and taught us...

Why Leaders Are Great Storytellers http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/230702

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This provides some great food for thought! How is your leadership presence!
People are drawn to and influenced by leaders who communicate authentically, connect easily with people, and have a positive impact. 

Do you have a leadership presence?

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If people matter to you, then you should read this post! If they don't, then you read this post twice!

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John Thurlbeck commented on a post on Blogger.
I agree entirely +Tony Richards ~ for me, leaders who are not learning may call themselves leaders ... but they are definitely not leading I also loved the 'bookends' notion! Like you, I value reflective space and I make time everyday for that ~ thinking about what you have learned that day and how you might apply it the next or in the future is a great way to spend that time! 

Hope you're having a great weekend? By the way, something I learned today! My team can play better in the second half and win 3-1 ~ yahoo! Cheers John :)
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