The Gainesville Sun reported that Distinguished Fellow Warren Bennis was named one of the Top 100 Thought Leaders by the Trust Across America project….
Warren Bennis, Distinguished Fellow, was interviewed by Bloomberg News after the announcement that Apple CEO Steve Jobs was taking a leave from his position for health concerns. Bennis described Jobs as a true leader due to his ability to transform the brand of Apple as well bring innovative products to market….
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….
"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…
CTV News wrote a profile on Distinguished Fellow Warren Bennis, noting him amongst the most influential leadership scholars in the world alongside James Kouzes and Barry Posner. The article also notes lessons learned from Bennis' newest book, Still Surprised: A Memoir of a Life in Leadership….
The latest work by Distinguished Fellow Warren Bennis, Still Surprised: A Memoir of a Life in Leadership has been creating a great amount of attention in the literary world. Critics have praised Bennis' candid recounts of the lessons he has learned through his 85 years of leadership. BusinessWeek has published an edited excerpt from Still Surprised, and in it, Bennis writes of his first "crucibles", a cornerstone to his leadership practices and teachings:…