On Becoming A Leader by Distinguished CCLP Fellow Warren Bennis was named by The Cookeville Times as one of the 30 Best Books on Leadership….
Distinguished Fellow Warren Bennis wrote an article for The Washington Post's On Leadership blog. His latest post focuses on his relationship with Sidney Harman and his successful business practices over 2010, including the purchase of Newsweek….
"On a much more elevated scale, I was totally absorbed by [Distinguished Fellow] Warren Bennis's Still Surprised: A Memoir of a Life in Leadership," said James Kristie, editor and associate publisher, Directors & Boards on an article on Fast Company where leaders of NGOs and corporate social responsibility divisions are reading. "One of the truly renowned tracers of 'the DNA of leadership,' a term this much-credentialed USC professor uses to describe his research into the rulers of the corporate and nonprofit worlds in his decades-long quest to understand what it is that makes these leaders tick….
A profile and summary of Distinguished Fellow Warren Bennis and his recently published memoir, Still Surprised: A Memoir of a Lifetime in Leadership was published on the ChicagoNow blog….
The Moghul of the modern day field of leadership studies, otherwise known as Distinguished Fellow Warren Bennis was profiled on the website for The Economic Times. He spoke of his newest release Still Surprised: A Memoir of a Lifetime in Leadership and said that he still can "see the world with the same wide-eyed wonder as I did years ago, because everything is so different from what it was then."…
"When you read Obama's speeches, they're beautiful," says Warren Bennis, Distinguished CCLP Fellow. "They'll go down as some of the most brilliant essays. But none of them has a sound bite. Where is Reagan's, 'Mr. Gorbachev tear down that wall?'" Bennis was cited an article on Fortune Magazine's website where experts were asked to critique the leadership qualities of President Obama….
Distinguished Fellow Warren Bennis was cited on the Fast Company Expert Blog about the creation of leaders. Author John Baldoni mentions the leadership practices of Bennis when discussing the leaders need to face adversity and have their limits tested in order to be the most effective and influential leaders….
For the past sixty years–before a strategic acquisition, during an international crisis, or after four years in college, one question has been asked by CEO's, presidents, and students alike. "Warren, do you have a minute?" Six words, perhaps better than any other, summarize the life of USC professor and CCLP Distinguished Fellow Warren Bennis, "the founding father of the modern leadership movement." At an October 6th event hosted by the Center on Communication Leadership & Policy, the leadership guru spent a few minutes with USC students, faculty and staff to share stories from his latest book, Still Surprised: A Memoir…
"The Lone Ranger is dead," says Distinguished Fellow Warren Bennis. "Instead of the individual problem-solver, we have a new model for creative achievement. People like Steve Jobs or Walt Disney headed groups and found their own greatness in them." That is only one of the few pearls of wisdom quoted from the leadership guru on Customer Think. The article states that companies need to follow Bennis' model in order to understand the 2010 definition of what it means to be a leader….
Distinguished Fellow Warren Bennis was cited in an article on the website allAfrica.com regarding the rebuilding of Nigeria's financial infostructure. The system has lost credibility with the majority of its citizens and the author, Olu Akanmu, quotes Bennis' leaderships practices saying "no organization can be honest with the public if it is not honest with itself."…