Leadership lessons from Star Trek’s Captain Kirk

A friend sent this to me today. If you haven’t seen it, it’s worth a read.

“Captain James T. Kirk is one of the most famous Captains in the history of Starfleet. There’s a good reason for that. He saved the planet Earth several times, stopped the Doomsday Machine, helped negotiate peace with the Klingon Empire, kept the balance of power between the Federation and the Romulan Empire, and even managed to fight Nazis. On his five-year mission commanding the U.S.S. Enterprise, as well as subsequent commands, James T. Kirk was a quintessential leader, who led his crew into the unknown and continued to succeed time and time again.

Kirk’s success was no fluke, either. His style of command demonstrates a keen understanding of leadership and how to maintain a team that succeeds time and time again, regardless of the dangers faced.  Here are five of the key leadership lessons that you can take away from Captain Kirk as you pilot your own organization into unknown futures.”

The first lesson? Never Stop Learning

Tongue-in-cheek?  Yes!  Worth a read?  Absolutely!  Great job Mr. Knapp. Click here for the entire article.

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One Response to Leadership lessons from Star Trek’s Captain Kirk

  1. Reem says:

    Rachel I have been making these (well a derfefint, but very similar version) for the last few weeks! They are so good to eat and healthy for you!! The version I found was on pinterest, but very easy and keep well in the fridge!

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