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u But a thought leader focuses on smaller scale changes . . to initiate organization- wide change.ideas for a new product or changes to an existing one. it helps to be inspirational. lso.u nd beat off their internal competitors for top jobs.

evidence or an actual demonstration of a prototype to win support. you need to immerse yourself in your professional domain and search for new things to say that add value to your organization's objectives. .u phought leaders can persuade others using logic. u po be a thought leader.

you might not need inspirational influencing skills. .u If you can demonstrate the value of your idea and explain it with conviction.

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    u phought leadership is based on youthful rebelliousness . .the willingness to risk group rejection in the pursuit of a better way of doing things.

u phought leadership ends when the target audience accepts the idea. essentially. that they know of a better product or way of doing things than anyone else in the team or organization. . phought leaders are saying.u phought leadership has a more competitive edge.

u When executives move from championing a new idea to its implementation. . therefore. they are switching hats from leadership to management.u phe real value of examining thought leadership is that it helps us to see that there is a critically important distinction between leadership and management.

u phe bottom line is that leadership is about the initiation of new directions. Implementing them is a managerial undertaking .

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