Lee Iacocca was born in 1924. He knows a thing or two about leadership and at the end of the Bush presidency wrote a book thundering Where are the New Leaders . In the book he defines what he refers to as the 9C’s of Leadership
The British ‘New Statesman went one step further and took up the challenge by identifying Ten People Who Could Change The World. In their words it sounds like a bold claim. And hasn’t the currency of that word “change” been devalued after a US election during which it was promised by everyone? But equally, at a time of unprecedented financial turmoil and when the tectonic plates of geopolitics are shifting uncertainly, can anyone doubt that change, and specifically, new leadership, is what we need most?
Their list for 2005 and where they are now is available on
This years list includes
This year’s choice of 10 people who could change the world
(scroll over each name for more about each)
Muhammad Bager Qalibaf
Where is the New Leadership: 10 People Who Can Change the World
Malcolm Gladwin calls these people the Outliers
The Australian newspaper is currently running an ongoing feature of Emerging Leaders -identifying 100 of the young young leaders.