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Great Leadership: How Nonprofit Leaders Can Use Strategy and Technology to Enhance Organization’s Performance

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Leadership Quotes at BrainyQuote

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Share the best leadership quotes collection with wise and inspirational quotes by famous authors on leadership, being a leader, success, commitment.
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Ann Sieg – The 7 Qualities of Leadership

Ann Sieg – The 7 Qualities of Leadership | 4R Leadership | Scoop.it
“True leaders act spontaneously on possibilities without worry about all the nitty-gritty details that often hold many people..
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The Happiest People Pursue the Most Difficult Problems

The Happiest People Pursue the Most Difficult Problems | 4R Leadership | Scoop.it

Lurking behind the question of jobs is a major problem of job engagement. Too many people are tuned out, turned off, or ready to leave. But there's one striking exception. The happiest people are dedicated to dealing with the most difficult problems.


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Pavel Barta's curator insight, April 13, 2013 9:29 AM

M's of motivation: mastery, membership, and meaning

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Agnès van Rhijn's insight: An excellent and visual one-pager about Leadership qualities ... (An excellent and visual one-pager about Leadership qualities ...

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India's Performance Management Problem

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Performance management systems in India face serious questions about their credibility, according to a study. Many employees doubt whether such systems effectively identify superior performance or properly reward it.
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A Top Team Is Key to Growth - Entrepreneurship.org

Unless you have a strong team at the top you and your company will struggle under the weight of growth Knowing how to select manage and lead a Top Team is one of the secrets to growth
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Margaret Thatcher, Revolutionary Leader - Forbes

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Margaret Thatcher, who died today at 87, was an extraordinary kind of national leader.
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You Lead By Virtue Of Who You Are - Forbes

You Lead By Virtue Of Who You Are - Forbes | 4R Leadership | Scoop.it
Former South African President Nelson Mandela Image credit: AFP/Getty Images via @daylife) Millions of dollars are spent annually on developing leaders in organizations. Look up ‘Leadership’ on Google and you will get nearly 200 million results.

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Dr. Susan Bainbridge's curator insight, March 29, 2013 3:51 PM

Great leaders must build on a firm foundation of self-awareness.

Johnny Barnes's curator insight, April 1, 2013 9:09 PM

Authenticity is still primary in leadership...

Natalie Savage's curator insight, May 6, 2013 1:05 PM

Sometimes we face the challenge of helping others who are struggling through difficult leadership journeys. The following paragraph struck me as I read this article this morning. We must be brave and strive to do "the right thing"-- even when it proves uncomfortable or difficult.

 

We lead by virtue of who we are every time we refuse to play safe. We do it every time we speak up about what’s important to us. We do it every time we hold someone accountable. We do it every time we think outside the box, or turf the box out altogether.  And we do it every time we refuse to let our failures define us, and we challenge what has always been in exchange for what could be.

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Women in a Man's World

Women in a Man's World | 4R Leadership | Scoop.it
Irene Dorner, chief executive of HSBC USA, says the few women in the upper levels of Wall Street should have been better role models for the generation that followed.

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Maria Rachelle's comment, April 4, 2013 12:42 AM
I was struck by a comment in the article by Ms. Dorner:"... women on Wall Street need to advocate more forcefully for themselves. In many cases, she says, the problem of the glass ceiling is matched by what she calls the “sticky floor” — that is, women who remain in lower-tier jobs because they don’t proactively try to climb the corporate ladder."
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The 10/10/10 Rule For Tough Decisions | Fast Company | Business + Innovation

The 10/10/10 Rule For Tough Decisions | Fast Company | Business + Innovation | 4R Leadership | Scoop.it
Its easy to lose perspective when were facing a thorny dilemmawhich is why you need to employ the 10/10/10 rule.

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Three Crucial Ingredients for Leadership Success

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As a leadership coach, speaker and trainer, I have the great opportunity to spend my time immersed in leadership.  I think about it all the time.  I notice leadership everywhere - good and bad.  I ...
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Leading Blog: A Leadership Blog: Reinventing You – Becoming the Person You Were Meant to Be

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Christian Leadership Alliance » 7 Secrets to Leading the Next Generation

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Christian Leadership Alliance » 7 Secrets to Leading the Next Generation: http://t.co/HqOEv2R3zL
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Seeking Help in the Shadow of a Doubt

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For organizations to prosper, leaders and employees need to seek help and information from people who have vastly different points of view.

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Kenneth Mikkelsen's comment, April 9, 2013 5:33 AM
See also this previously scooped story from The New York Times: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/31/magazine/is-giving-the-secret-to-getting-ahead.html + Adam's article from HBR in April 2013: http://hbr.org/2013/04/in-the-company-of-givers-and-takers
Kenneth Mikkelsen's comment, April 9, 2013 3:39 PM
Also McKinsey Quarterly published this article today: https://www.mckinseyquarterly.com/Givers_take_all_The_hidden_dimension_of_corporate_culture_3076
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For organizations to prosper, leaders and employees need to seek help and information from people who have vastly different points of view. As Berkeley psychologist Charlan Nemeth sums up three decades of research: "Minority viewpoints are important, not because they tend to prevail but because they stimulate divergent attention and thought. As a result, even when they are wrong they contribute to the detection of novel solutions and decisions that, on balance, are qualitatively better."

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Corporate Culture is Secret Sauce of Innovation Leadership

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Does your corporate culture nurture innovation?
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What Your Performance Management System Needs Most

What Your Performance Management System Needs Most | 4R Leadership | Scoop.it
Most companies invest heavily in systems that identify, recognize, reward, and retain their top performers. But they're only as effective as the managers who implement them.
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Five ways to identify the strengths of your team

Five ways to identify the strengths of your team | 4R Leadership | Scoop.it
A Successful leader needs to put together a team that can deliver on contracted assignments and think creatively. But it's equally important to identify the team's strengths and put them to best...
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Giving Constructive Feedback: Eight Leadership Essentials

Giving Constructive Feedback: Eight Leadership Essentials | 4R Leadership | Scoop.it
At last week's Leadership Chat we focused on the art of praise in leadership development.  We talked about how praise has the ability to transform our perspective on our company, our role, our team...
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Eight Leadership Lessons From The World's Most Powerful Women - Forbes

Eight Leadership Lessons From The World's Most Powerful Women - Forbes | 4R Leadership | Scoop.it
Some of the world's most successful women show what it takes to get to the top.
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The Most Common Leadership Model - And Why It's Broken

The Most Common Leadership Model - And Why It's Broken | 4R Leadership | Scoop.it
When organizations’ hire, develop, and promote leaders using a competency-based model, they’re unwittingly incubating failure.

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AlGonzalezinfo's curator insight, March 29, 2013 12:27 PM

I am a big fan of Mike Myatt.  Here is another reason why, from the article:

 

Here’s the thing – you can possess the greatest technical wizardry under the stars, but that doesn’t make you a leader. 

 

If you don’t care, aren’t collaborative, can’t communicate, fail to take input and feedback, and allow your hubris to overshadow your humility, you might be intelligent, but in my book you’re not very bright.

 

The really sad part of this story is how often this type of person is rewarded in a competency-based system.

Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, March 29, 2013 4:46 PM

A very interesting article that indicates what we get out of followers is really the measure of the leader. That means a rethink on hiring, developing, and promoting leaders. We want leaders not managers.

Mark Gregory , Programme Innovator @Transformation Coach's comment, April 24, 2013 5:42 PM
Prior to the global meltdown having managers was best as we needed them to manage growth. Now we strong leadership to get us out of the mess. Trouble is there are too few around in both politics and business.
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7 Ways Transformational Leaders Are Different | workplace MOJO

7 Ways Transformational Leaders Are Different | workplace MOJO | 4R Leadership | Scoop.it
RT @MattMonge: 7 Ways Transformational Leaders Are Different | workplace MOJO http://t.co/o7XLgL20pr #leadership #change

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John Michel's curator insight, April 4, 2013 5:49 PM

Some leaders are…different. They have this certain something that resonates with us, and that certain something may be hard to describe and will likely vary from person to person. They’re not perfect, but somehow that’s part of their charm. They possess the ability to motivate people, but it’s often not in the traditional ways.