I posted a status on Facebook that got some very interesting responses.
He was depicted as a socially stunted, calculating and arrogant person in the movie, “Social Network”.
While those who personally know him say that he’s actually a charming, present, quick witted kind of guy.
As I’m sure you’ve already heard, Mark Zuckerberg was Time’s 2010 person of the year. This outstanding young man is the founder of Facebook and he’s the second youngest individual ever to be named Time magazine’s Person of the Year. And on top of that, he’s a 27 year old multi-billionaire.
There are Leaders with Deficiencies, there are also Deficient Leaders, don’t mistake one for the other!
Over the last little while, I’ve been sharing with you a personal and professional leadership series, I trust that you have found these lessons stimulating and valuable.
Okay, let’s dive right into it… There’s a good chance at one point or another you have had the misfortune of having to deal with a leader who was to put it NOT so delicately deficient, ( at least in leadership skills).
What Are You Hiding From?
Recently some of my peers and myself have been having conversations about privacy or the lack of it when to posting on FaceBook, (even in a group).
We have come to a simple conclusion, one that was addressed in a recent New York Times article: Privacy is Dead!
Bottom line, whether we like it or not we are all out there, (just Google your name)