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Leadership By Virtue: Leadership by Virtue background

Leadership By Virtue: Leadership by Virtue background | Authentic Leadership | Scoop.it
Within globalization processes people that are now to work together do not come only from the same cultural background ...
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The Paradox of Trust, Vulnerability and Leadership | Switch and Shift

The Paradox of Trust, Vulnerability and Leadership | Switch and Shift | Authentic Leadership | Scoop.it
“Humans tend to model the behavior they see. When leaders appear to be in control, know everything, never doubt, or never ask for help or input, employees think”
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Ron McIntyre's curator insight, September 7, 2014 4:29 PM

It truly is a paradox when you think about it.  Insightful article

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Lead by Doing, Not by Delegating

Lead by Doing, Not by Delegating | Authentic Leadership | Scoop.it
“Leaders who pass hard problems to their subordinates create cynicism, not success.”
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Ron McIntyre's curator insight, August 15, 2014 4:52 PM

At first I did not agree with this title but when I read that someone delegated culture change it got may attention.  This type of delegation is a doomed move period. There is a line a leader cannot cross.

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Global Leadership Development EveryBody's Game

Global Leadership Development EveryBody's Game | Authentic Leadership | Scoop.it

Do your leaders possess the skills to manage effectively in the global marketplace? This important report includes survey responses from nearly 1,200 senior business and human resource executives in more than 40 countries. Here are some key findings of this fourth annual study.

 

More organizations define leaders by their influence, not their positionStrategic workforce planning now plays a pivotal role in shaping content for global leadership programsMastery of critical technology and innovation competencies are missing from many global leadership programs

 

Take advantage of this powerful research to benchmark your organization and inform your future leadership development initiatives.


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A complimentary Global Leadership Development Report. You will need to provide your contact details.

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Becoming a Leader-Coach: A Step-by-step Guide to Developing Your People

Becoming a Leader-Coach: A Step-by-step Guide to Developing Your People | Authentic Leadership | Scoop.it
This guidebook provides an introduction to the basics of leader-coaching, including a structure and a set of guidelines to conduct effective formal and informal coaching conversations with your direct reports.
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Sponsored Content Has a Trust Problem | Relevance

Sponsored Content Has a Trust Problem | Relevance | Authentic Leadership | Scoop.it

...As noted above, publishers’ widespread assumption that they’re communicating clearly and transparently when they label a post as “sponsored content” may not be true.

 

When asked what they think a “sponsored content” label means when they see it on a news website, the answers varied greatly.

 

Ultimately, this shouldn’t come as much of a surprise; the term “sponsored content” means different things not only among different publishers, but also within the framework of a single publisher. For instance, Mashable runs two different types of sponsored content—one model where a brand merely underwrites a piece of Mashable editorial and has no influence on its content, and a separate model where they feature content created by the brand. z

 

And while the content of The New York Times’ inaugural “paid post” campaign was created by Dell, their recent paid-post longform piece for Orange is the New Black, “Women Inmates: Why The Male Model Doesn’t Work,” was written by Melanie Deziel, an editor at the Times‘ brand studio....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, July 27, 2014 1:37 AM

Consumers are confused and they don't trust nor do they scroll native ads.

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Great Leaders Remember to Offer These 10 Things All The Time

Great Leaders Remember to Offer These 10 Things All The Time | Authentic Leadership | Scoop.it
Want to be a great leader? Fantastic! Remember to offer your team these ten key things all the time.

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The Advent of the “Social Workplace” | Globoforce Blog

The Advent of the “Social Workplace” | Globoforce Blog | Authentic Leadership | Scoop.it
Social platforms are no longer a novelty or distraction in the workplace. They are becoming fundamental to building organizational excellence.

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Where do you get your news? #scredible - TechieMinx

Where do you get your news? #scredible - TechieMinx | Authentic Leadership | Scoop.it
Where do you get your news? Techieminx tells you where she gets her news and also about some new software that you are going to want to test out Scredible

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Warren Bennis on Six Competencies Exemplary Leaders Share

Warren Bennis on Six Competencies Exemplary Leaders Share | Authentic Leadership | Scoop.it
In Bennis’ four decades of research, observation and study of leadership, he was one of the first to identify the overall effect of leadership on organizations. Most conclude, he said,that leadership competence makes a positive difference of approximately fifteen percent in organizational effectiveness.
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Leading Blog: A Leadership Blog

Leading Blog: A Leadership Blog | Authentic Leadership | Scoop.it
'The 10 Golden Rules of Leadership' fr @leadershipnow -- Leading Blog: A Leadership Blog http://t.co/h7GY56h5Ps #leadership #history
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Lead by Doing, Not by Delegating

Lead by Doing, Not by Delegating | Authentic Leadership | Scoop.it
“Leaders who pass hard problems to their subordinates create cynicism, not success.”
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Ron McIntyre's curator insight, August 15, 2014 4:52 PM

At first I did not agree with this title but when I read that someone delegated culture change it got may attention.  This type of delegation is a doomed move period. There is a line a leader cannot cross.

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How to Build a Credible Blog [Infographic]

How to Build a Credible Blog [Infographic] | Authentic Leadership | Scoop.it
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A great way to build credibility online is by blogging. Blogging helps people and businesses reach their audience and display their expertise and skills.

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My advice to Millennials: become a master storyteller!

My advice to Millennials: become a master storyteller! | Authentic Leadership | Scoop.it
I'm 33 years old born in 1981, which makes me just barely a millennial and as someone that mentors and coaches leaders and friends I'm often asked what one skill should I focus on mastering.. my
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5 Methods for Social Leadership: Try Reverse Mentoring - Forbes

5 Methods for Social Leadership: Try Reverse Mentoring - Forbes | Authentic Leadership | Scoop.it
I've been thinking a lot about global leadership applications for social learning lately.

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Jan Friman's curator insight, December 20, 2012 2:16 AM

Creating a Social Organisation built on traditional business models will be a gigantic task, requiring huge investments both in time and capital. Probably very few organisations can afford this in a fast paced and ever changing environment. True Social Leaders have to re-think their business model from the ground up, forming a new socially agile and adept organisation. 

 

There can be no rules to enable this type of organisation, only guidelines, much like Community guidelines supporting the common good. 

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Sponsored Content Has a Trust Problem | Relevance

Sponsored Content Has a Trust Problem | Relevance | Authentic Leadership | Scoop.it

...As noted above, publishers’ widespread assumption that they’re communicating clearly and transparently when they label a post as “sponsored content” may not be true.

 

When asked what they think a “sponsored content” label means when they see it on a news website, the answers varied greatly.

 

Ultimately, this shouldn’t come as much of a surprise; the term “sponsored content” means different things not only among different publishers, but also within the framework of a single publisher. For instance, Mashable runs two different types of sponsored content—one model where a brand merely underwrites a piece of Mashable editorial and has no influence on its content, and a separate model where they feature content created by the brand. z

 

And while the content of The New York Times’ inaugural “paid post” campaign was created by Dell, their recent paid-post longform piece for Orange is the New Black, “Women Inmates: Why The Male Model Doesn’t Work,” was written by Melanie Deziel, an editor at the Times‘ brand studio....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, July 27, 2014 1:37 AM

Consumers are confused and they don't trust nor do they scroll native ads.

Sébastien Carensac's curator insight, July 28, 2014 3:22 AM

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Great Leaders Remember to Offer These 10 Things All The Time

Great Leaders Remember to Offer These 10 Things All The Time | Authentic Leadership | Scoop.it
Want to be a great leader? Fantastic! Remember to offer your team these ten key things all the time.

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Employees don’t stop being consumers at work… CEOs must digitalise

Employees don’t stop being consumers at work… CEOs must digitalise | Authentic Leadership | Scoop.it
The industry is currently witnessing the rise of what Gartner calls the

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The Future Social CEO

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The Future Social CEO


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Ruby Claire's curator insight, April 8, 2014 2:57 AM

Social media is no longer a wishful thinking or rumour for the future CEOs. The websites like LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook have become an essential and unavoidable part of our daily life. 

David Hain's curator insight, April 26, 2014 5:34 AM

Great infographic on why and how CEOs need to get social!

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Leaders Who Can’t Forgive

Leaders Who Can’t Forgive | Authentic Leadership | Scoop.it
Leading others means dealing with a maelstrom of relationships implying an enormous amount of emotional management. As a leader, you are operating in settings rife with strife, which if left unresolved, can become a festering drag on an organization’s effectiveness. People who cannot forgive get stuck into a downward spiral of negativity, taking everyone around them with them.
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Forgiveness is a key attribute of authentic leaders.
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