Success and Leadership Twitter Style, by Tom Peters

Leadership and Success in 140 characters or less…

You may have seen Tom Peters views on Leadership and Success in 140 characters posted on Twitter:

Success in 140 characters: “Attack EVERY project you do with Reckless ENTHUSIASM and a Passionate Commitment to EXCELLENCE!”

Can’t you just hear the passion in his voice behind this simple credo?

Leadership in 140 characters: Energy. Enthusiasm. Passion. “People first” in her bone marrow. Curiosity. Integrity. “Ready. Fire. Aim.” Sense of humor. A good accountant.

Now it’s your turn. How would you tweet the secrets to leadership and success in 140 characters or less?

For more from Tom Peters check out his great site,

Yammer Time

What is Yammer?

Yammer is a simple, scalable solution that lets employees share and connect with coworkers in a private, secure enterprise social network.  It’s like Twitter for your internal organization. Yammer is a tool for making companies and organizations more productive through the exchange of short frequent answers to one simple question: “What are you working on?”

Check out this quick, engaging and informative presentation on the What, Why and How of Yammer. Worth the 3 mintues it takes to view.

Do You Have Klout?

What is Your Klout Score?

Klout is the measurement of your overall online influence. Klout scores range from 1 to 100, and higher scores represent wider and stronger sphere of influence. Klout looks at 35+ variables on Facebook and Twitter to measure True Reach, Amplification Probability, and Network Score. They believe influence is “ability to drive people to action.”

Ex: True Reach = size of your engaged audience (based on followers and friends who actively listen and react to your messages). Want to learn more about Klout?

So…do I have enough Klout to get you to respond to this post?

About Klout   

Klout is a San Francisco based company that provides social media analytics that measures a users influence across their social network. The analysis is done on data collected from sites such as Twitter and Facebook and measures the size of a person’s network, the content created, and how other people interact with that content.