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Thought Leaders Magazine | Issue 2 | May/June 2010

Thought Leaders Magazine | Issue 2 | May/June 2010

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Thought Leaders helps clever people be commercially smart.
Thought Leaders helps clever people be commercially smart.

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magazine
inside
:
ancient
thought
 
leadershiphow to
capture
your ideasthe three
attributes
of a Thought Leader selling
you
can be toughthe
property
developmentan amazing
new
way to meetthe
quiz
for thought leadersget
real
fastyour 
difference
is your destinydefining and
valuing
expertise
thought
 
leaders
may/june 2010#tlmag
 
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Michael Henderson is a Thought Leaders Mentor based out of Auckland (Waiheke Island), NZ. He is a member of the Thought Leaders Global Leadership Council and is the Anthropologist in Residence at TLG.
Contact details:
Web www.valuesatwork.orgEmail info@valuesatwork.orgPhone +64 9 372 2045
Thought Leaders was created in 2001 by Matt Churchto act as an educational curriculum and networkingcommunity for experts.Designed to have an explicitly commercial agenda, itwas created ‘to help clever people to be commerciallysmart!’It is delivered through the concept of Mentoring, whichspecifically means the people giving advice havebeen there and done that.Over the years, we have had all kinds of programs,formats and events that all respond to the needs of the growing ‘expert’ community. Some of these havebeen awesome and some have been fabulouslearning opportunities for us as a group.This year we have continued to de-centralise theadministration of the Thought Leaders entity into thehands of our stunningly capable Mentor community ineach local city. As a result of this, we have more than25 Mentors in 15 cities, who all exist to developexpertise in others and to help those experts becommercially savvy. Hook up with them throughwww.thoughtleaderscentral.com; our onlinecommunity network.This year saw the launch of the complimentaryeducation platform, www.thoughtleadersstudio.comYou should add it as an RSS feed to your browser and as new episodes are released, you will be thefirst to know.Our twitter account for Thought Leaders is@thoughtglobal and is manned by our team of Mentors, who each post thoughts on how you candevelop your expertise. We also use this channel tocommunicate what’s coming up, as well as newpostings to the
STUDIO
and to the
BLOG
. You willnotice that this magazine has a backchannelthrough the hash tag #tlmag. Start tracking andcommenting in real time your thoughts and feelingsabout the various articles and more.The Blog, www.thoughtleadersblog.com is up andrunning and acts as a digital forum for the sharingof specific ideas on developing expertise. AND all of this is FREE!Once you get a room full of experts sharing their thoughts, amazing things begin to happen. It is withthis in mind that we have launched our muchanticipated ‘un-conferences’. We call these
SUMMITS
and you can find out more atwww.thoughtleaderssummits.com
 
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LEADERSHIP THROUGHOUT THE AGES
Leadership Throughout the Agesby Darren Hill
As a Thought Leaders Mentor operating out of The NorthernTerritory, I operate in parallel worlds. One world sees me atthe cutting edge of new technology, trends and originalthought; key components of Thought Leadership. Another world is just as real for me; as I write this short article for Thought Leaders Magazine I find myself out in the heart of Arnhem Land, a vast remote country that hosts the originalAustralian culture over 40,000 years old.Thought Leadership is not new. In fact, it has been with ussince the very earliest of days. Whether it was the
foresight
 to travel to new lands, the
comprehension
to make tradewith other clans, or even to
position
oneself in your tribe tomake your presence felt, the 9 essential skills of ThoughtLeadership are not buzzwords, or made up terms withoutvalidity or robustness.Even in modern history, great social activists, Rosa Parks,Martin Luther King Jr, or more recently, Mandela, haveembodied principles of 
commitment
; ensuring peopleunderstood their vision,
execution
; bringing their ideas toreality, and the ability to
pitch
their idea so people ‘boughtit’.And now we enter this heady new world where the rapidityof change is just mind boggling. New frontiers are brokendown by Google who used
uniqueness
to leverage a freeproduct to change the face of businessforever; or the ongoing
expertise
of anentrepreneur such as Richard Branson toconceptualise and drive incrediblesocialpreneurship programs across the world; or maybe it is the writers and editors of wickedly-coolmagazines such as Wired and Monocle who understand
comprehension
in the coolest of ways...where, when andwhy new trends can and do change our world.So, whether it is in the busiest of metropolitan centers or theremote reaches of Arnhem Land, Thought Leadership andthe essential skills needed for it have always been, and willalways be around us...we just like to think our ThoughtLeaders Global community understand it exceptionally.
 
Darren Hill is the Northern Territory Mentor for Thought Leaders and an expert on human behaviour and leadership.
Contact details:
Web
www.changeworksweb.comEmail
darren@changeworksweb.comPhone
+61 8 8945 3199
Aboriginal rock art of the Gagudju peopleof Northern Australia, one of the oldestcontinuing cultures on the planet.

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