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The Problem with Executive Isolation

The Problem with Executive Isolation | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
The executive entourage may have its uses, but can keep leaders out of the loop.
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Now, guys, it's an important one... it happens all the time but it's very rare that you could have first-hand info about it... of course... the advisors have all the interests to keep it hidden and the other levels want to keep their jobs... and these advisors who knows everything better might be a very dangerous type of people... they have the boss' ear...

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Top 3 Leadership Attributes Women Need in the 21st Century

Top 3 Leadership Attributes Women Need in the 21st Century | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
A 2015 study from Pew Research Center found that the majority of the American public agrees that women are as capable and qualified for corporate leadership as men are. Pew reports that "most Americans find women indistinguishable from men on key leadership traits such as intelligence and capacity for innovation, with many saying they're stronger than men in terms of being compassionate and organized leaders."

But as we all know, at the end of the day, that vote of confidence hasn't resulted in gender equality in top leadership positions. There's no need to restate the numbers; if you need a refresher, my recent post on growing momentum globally for gender quotas tells some of the story.

At SHAMBAUGH, our goal is to provide solutions rather than to dwell on why these challenges relating to women's leadership aren't progressing quickly enough. To that end, here is a summary of three top capabilities that women need to thrive as leaders, based on a recent McKinsey study of 250 high-ranking female executives and validated by SHAMBAUGH's own research:

Via David Hain
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Resilience, grit and confidence... insight... good, like it...:-)))

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3 ladders to raise female leaders to the top?

Ron McIntyre's curator insight, July 24, 1:05 PM

What do you think? Are these valid?

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Teaching Empathy

Teaching Empathy | Business Coaching | Scoop.it

Gwen Dewar

Teaching empathy? This might sound strange if you think of empathy as a talent--something we either have or lack.

 

But research also suggests that empathy is a complex phenomenon involving several component skills:

 

 A sense of self-awareness and the ability to distinguish one’s own feelings from the feelings of others.•Taking another person’s perspective (or, alternatively, “putting oneself in another person’s shoes”).•Being able to regulate one’s own emotional responses.These skills might seem like standard-issue, grown-up social skills, and indeed they are.

 

Tips

 Address your child’s own needs, and teach him how to “bounce back” from distressBe a “mind-minded” parentSeize everyday opportunities to model—and induce—sympathetic feelings for other peopleHelp kids discover what they have in common with other peopleTeach kids about the hot-cold empathy gapHelp kids explore other roles and perspectivesShow kids how to “make a face” while they try to imagine how someone else feels.Help kids develop a sense of morality that depends on internal self-control, not on rewards or punishmentsTeach (older) kids about mechanisms of moral disengagement Inspire good feelings (and boost oxytocin levels) through pleasant social interactions and physical affection
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Nicht nur für den Kinder...:-))) (it's in English!)

 

PS: I especially like the info about the hot-cold empathy trap...

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Questions to Evoke Stories and Find Business Buyer Pain Points

Finding buyer pain is one of the first steps in the sales process. This deck shows you how to get there.

Via Karen Dietz
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Some good hints how to go deeper in the subjects...

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Karen Dietz's curator insight, July 17, 11:52 AM

This SlideShare never mentions stories, but believe me -- the questions posed here will definitely spark stories in your prospects, and stories are exactly what you need. 


Why? Because they are the richest form for finding out your customer's pain points. As we all know, this is a critical ingredient for making a sale.


I particularly like how the first few slides make the point that most prospects are numb to their pain. As the author (Juliana Crispo) of this post shares, sales happen when that pain is felt. Hence the questions that will evoke stories.


Write these questions down and keep them handy for when you are chatting with potential customers. I think it will make a world of difference.


This review was written by Karen Dietz for her business storytelling curation at www.scoop.it/t/just-story-it 

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La création d'espaces collaboratifs

La création d'espaces collaboratifs | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Une entreprise collaborative est un environnement professionnel au sein duquel le personnel peut s’épanouir, grandir, prendre des initiatives, assumer des responsabilités, déployer sa puissance, prendre des risques, développer son autonomie, expérimenter de nouvelles solutions de performance... tout en augmentant la valeur ajoutée de son organisation.   Sur ce dernier point en effet, la création de véritables espaces collaboratifs permettent de réduire les coûts et le turnover, d’augmenter la qualit&eac
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A good summary (in French) about creating space on the workolace with coaching tools...

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The Hero’s Journey: A Big Problem for Business Storytelling

The Hero’s Journey: A Big Problem for Business Storytelling | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
The Hero's Journey for business storytelling can be all wrong. It's too epic. Too long. And it assumes your audience cares. Here's what to do instead.

Via Karen Dietz
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Hero's journey primary and some more...

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Karen Dietz's curator insight, July 10, 12:32 PM

Here in San Diego we are in the midst of Comic-Con and super-heroes abound. I've donned my super-girl costume and am happily immersed in X-men movies. 


And just in the nick of time, my Twitter buddy Os @ICGJ_IDEATION sent me this link to an article written by Maggie Patterson. I jumped up and now with joy, because despite my supergirl powers and love of action heroes, the hero's journey leaves a lot to be desired in business storytelling.


And this is exactly what Patterson is saying, too. I really like her twist on the hero's journey and how you can turn the stages of the journey into separate stories. I also like her take on why the hero's journey is so limiting.


I usually take a different path than Patterson does, though. For me, when we are stuck in the hero's journey, we miss other critical narratives businesses need to tell like community stories, origin stories, this is how it's done stories, etc.


Patterson also has a free guide to download, which I checked out. It's pretty good. My only quibble is that the questions posed in the document will mostly get you opinions and descriptions. You'll still have to dig for the stories.


Don't be anti-hero -- just augment your story list. Read the article for more insights and download the guide. 


OK -- this supergirl is heading back to my X-men marathon and watching all the Comic-Con fans running around downtown! Have fun...


PS -- and thanks Os for sending me the link!


This review was written by Karen Dietz for her business storytelling curation at www.scoop.it/t/just-story-it 

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Ten Things the Best Speakers NEVER Say

Ten Things the Best Speakers NEVER Say | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
While it's really hard to immediately win over a crowd, as a speaker it's really easy to lose the room within the first minutes of your presentation.To make sure you don't lose your audience I asked Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten, accomplished...
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Good one...:-))) "...Conclusion: come prepared, be yourself and professional. The audience will love you for being clear, for being serious, and for not wasting their time..."
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Employee Engagement Is At an 8-Year Low [infographic] - Friday Distraction - hr bartender

Employee Engagement Is At an 8-Year Low [infographic] - Friday Distraction - hr bartender | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
I’m not sure if the title of today’s post is a major surprise. We’ve been talking about employee engagement for quite some time. In fact, I’m concerned that the conversation has turned to noise. But regardless of what you call the term, engagement remains a key business issue. That’s only a one part of the …

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Kudos's curator insight, June 23, 10:27 AM

This is a persistent issue. People are less engaged for a variety of reasons. I believe it comes down to several areas if you want to change how people think and feel.


Leadership taking ownership — this needs to be a driven from the top. My feeling is it still gets lip service. They companies that do well put their people and treat them like partners, leading from a core sense of purpose, vision and values. Engagement starts here.


Better and more consistent communication — it need to be free flowing in social style environment where everyone can participate — contribute or consume.


Frequent and ongoing recognition — the best way to inspire and connect  with your team as well as coach and mentor is to praise in public. 


Trust and empowerment — last but not least empower your team to part of the culture. They will create a positive community if you let them. They will take ownership and pride it what they do and who they work for if can give them that level of trust.


Continuous measurement of employee sentiment — the annual review and survey is a big part of the problem. That is often the only time an employee gets any feedback or an opportunity to give feedback. Companies need to employee new strategy and tools that allow for a continuous conversation. And management does not need to lead pr even be part of the conversation. The team will contribute and connect daily if you let them and that will be the best barometer of how the company is doing and give you deep insights on how individuals are performing and where and how they are contributing.  


We think the solution will revolve around a social network that empowers everyone to give recognition. If you want to change the engagement trend start to thank different.

David Hain's curator insight, June 23, 11:31 AM

If we know engagement is so important, isn't it perverse that we can't seem to address it?

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Insights on gamification and innovation to inspire engagement

Insights on gamification and innovation to inspire engagement | Business Coaching | Scoop.it

Social media platforms along with mobile devices changed how we communicate and do business nowadays. The challenge moving forward is to understand these digital savvy consumers and learn how to engage them on the various platforms. As a business, as a brand, as an enterprise, or any other your job besides building a visible brand is to create a meaningful relationship through some sort of a reward system.

 


Via Peter Verschuere
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That's something being worth to discover... without thinking that this new gadget will win over everything "old"...:-)))

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Why Personality Tests are Important for your Resume? - WiseStep

Why Personality Tests are Important for your Resume? - WiseStep | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Now you will find many people updating their personality test score in their resumes. Whether it enhances their chances or not, is a big debate that has been doing the rounds for quite a long time. There is no right or wrong types in anybody’s personality, instead the personality test...
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The personality profile is not only good for editing your résumé, it's also a tool for better understanding ourselves, our behaviors (like how the others are seeimg us), better inderstanding our resources & motivations and perceptional/thinking patterns... By this knowledge we can steer our carrier with a better chance to an optimal path... I would just add some additional info to the above excellent summary of the operation and advantages of the MBTI personality test... I would argue that MBTI is the only one though on the market... I might even say, it depends... I personally tried quite a few other ones (e.g. Hogsn, Profile X, PCM (of TA), Innermetrix ADV) and I can say that each has its power and each can boost itself as one of the best personality profile... as I could see the power of these tools on one's self-mastering journey, I have even made my way into being consultant of two of these systems, the Hogan and the Innermetrix ADV... Without saying that any of them the only best, I found - on my map - Innermetrix ADV the most suitable to the thinking pattern of mine, and I'm proud and happy that I am classified now as CIC consultant who is entitled to administer and give feedback of the test. I would especially underline the 3rd modul of the Innermetrix ADV personal profile test, the Attribute Index which is based on Robert S. Hartman's research on the formal axiology (the science of value) showing the perceptional and thinking pattern of the individual and as such, quite unique on the market. The first two moduls arr showing the "how" (special DISC), the "why" (Value Index), and the third the "what"...
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Can Reading Make You Happier?

Can Reading Make You Happier? | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
“Fiction and poetry are doses, medicines,” the author Jeanette Winterson has written. “What they heal is the rupture reality makes on the imagination.”

Via Sandeep Gautam
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Yesssss...:-)))

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on bilbliotherapy!

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7 Signs You Need to Start Looking for Another Job After Your Employer Is Acquired

7 Signs You Need to Start Looking for Another Job After Your Employer Is Acquired | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
The company that hired you is invested in your success. The company that buys that company sees you as an expense.
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In the mergers and acquisitions, in the rush to realise the estimated savings, a lot of things could happen which might do your position in the organization unbearable… besides, some of the mentioned reasons are more general than that.

 

Possible/plausible reasons:

 

People you respect are firedPeople are no longer valuedGrowing incompetenceYou boss doesn’t understand the businessPrevious advancement opportunities are blockedRetention and development programs are cutMore works, less reward
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What’s the difference between coaching and mentoring?

What’s the difference between coaching and mentoring? | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
(on the basis of a LinkedIn forum question…) This forum question is “alive” from January 2014… I have cherry-picked some comments… The original question went like this (from James Stokes founding member at CoachingCloud™ - Coaching Cloud in a LinkedIn group): “I was in a…
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"...I think the two following ICF core competencies which mention "broader perspectives" and "Advocates ... points of view" are often overlooked by the "coachee has all the answers" school of thought. For example if a client isn't aware of mindfulness it is a concept they could never work out for themselves. 

ICF 8.5

Communicates broader perspectives to clients and inspires commitment to shift their viewpoints and find new possibilities for action. 

ICF 9.7

Advocates or brings forward points of view that are aligned with client goals and, without attachment, engages the client to consider them. 

I will happily provide information for clients but I will never tell them what to do ("without attachment"). What the client does with the information is for them to decide..." 

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Top 10 des facteurs influençants le bonheur au travail. - Prez

Top 10 des facteurs influençants le bonheur au travail. - Prez | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
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Peut-être, peut-être, il y a un sizième qui est lié à la relation aux autres, notamment le "travailler dans un environnement d'équité"...

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7 Deadly Leadership Sins

7 Deadly Leadership Sins | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
The emergence of new leadership is seemingly slow.  With the world crying out for effective and “switched on” leadership, the gap still, it seems, is wide.  According to DDI’s 2014/2015 Leadership forecast , a mere 25% of HR Professionals polled, thought their organisations leadership as high quality, while only 40% of leaders say the quality of their organisations leadership is high.  As would be expected the remedy according to the research is for improved and structured leadership development

Via The People Development Network
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Good one... bonus: link to a 75 p long leadership research...

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Dorothy Retha Cook's curator insight, July 27, 1:15 PM

THE 7 DEADLY LEADERSHIP SINS WANT KEEP YOU OUT OF HEAVEN BUT THEYJUST MIGHT KEEP YOU OUT OF MAKING SOME HEAVEN BUSINESS DOLLARS WHILE YOU ARE ON EARTH. COMING CLEAN AND DOING IT A NEW NO DEALY BUSINESS LEADERSHIP WAY JUST MIGHT INCREASE YOUR MARKETING ! SUCCESS!!

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Should you fake empathy?

Should you fake empathy? | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Have a nice day, and we hope you come back soon!” gushes the Disney store employee as I leave the premises. No matter how much I travel, I cannot get over my innate British cynicism which makes me want to roll my eyes at this enforced corporate cheerfulness.

But look deeper into the origins of that farewell and it is possible that somewhere in this enormous corporation there exists a genuine desire that their customers have ‘nice’ days. It may have occurred to somebody in the company that customers who have a good time really are more likely to return.

Indeed, the empathy and friendliness on display often isn’t fake at all, but a sincere attempt from headquarters to present a more human face to the outside world—and for solid business reasons. It is not a distraction from the more important business of making money. Rather it is an aid to making money.

Via David Hain
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In short: "Yes, it's better than nothing..."... in a little bit longer: "yes and it's better to be a first step on the journey towards a real one..." ...and in little bit even longer one: read the post...:-)))

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David Hain's curator insight, July 17, 6:01 AM

Is faking empathy really plastic, or can it lead to the real thing? Interesting take from Belinda Parmar

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Falling Masks

Falling Masks | Business Coaching | Scoop.it

Leaders, who dare to let their guard down and keep an open mind, are less fearful than those in rusty armours hiding behind the words of no, wait andmaybe tomorrow.

 


Via Kenneth Mikkelsen
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A true and short story about a Dannish banker who - confronted  by not some rather  real questions - did not run/hide himself behind a comforted "It's really not my problem..." mask but has dared to think them over and he could stay in the no-men's-land of dubts and fear... he showed how to face/szood up to real challenging ideas...

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5 Ways to Tell if Your Workplace is Toxic - Rescue a CEO

5 Ways to Tell if Your Workplace is Toxic - Rescue a CEO | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
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"...1. Major problems in communication

2. Inconsistency in following policies & procedures

3. One or more toxic leaders in the system

4. A lot of negative communication is occurring (and in many different ways)

5. Your work is affecting your health negatively - physically, emotionally and relationally..."

 

 

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Flourish: The Father of Positive Psychology Redefines Well-Being

Flourish: The Father of Positive Psychology Redefines Well-Being | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Back in the day, I had the pleasure of studying in a department graced by Dr. Martin Seligman, father of the thriving positive psychology mo

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"...Relieving the states that make life miserable… has made building the states that make life worth living less of a priority. The time has finally arrived for a science that seeks to understand positive emotion, build strength and virtue, and provide guideposts for finding what Aristotle called the ‘good life.'” ~ Martin Seligman

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Rationality and Emotional Biases. Do You Know What They Are?

Rationality and Emotional Biases. Do You Know What They Are? | Business Coaching | Scoop.it

A common interpretation in behavioural finance is that rationality is the result of a pure cognitive process which can be behaviourally biased. In general, the bias has a negative connotation because it produces a distortion in the calculation of an outcome. When a decision-making process is cognitively biased the outcome leads to sub-optimal results or judgement errors. Roughly speaking, the subject might make irrational choices due to faulty reasoning, statistical errors, lack of information, memory errors, and the like. Differently, when the decision is emotionally biased, it means that the cognitive process has been influenced by feelings, affects, moods, and so on (let’s label these states “emotions”). This leads us to irrational decisions or actions. (Pompian 2006, Livet 2010, Mazzoli and Marinelli 2011, Fairchild 2014)

In this interpretation, cognitive and emotional processes are discrete and produced by two different systems: a cognitive and an emotional system. While cognitive biases are influences that affect rationality from within the cognitive system, emotional biases refer to those influences that affect the cognitive system from outside.


Via Alessandro Cerboni
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"...Wide-ranging investigation into people's motivations, abilities, attitudes, and perceptions finds that they differ in profound ways from what is typically assumed. The result is that public policy acquires even greater significance, since rather than merely facilitating the conduct of human affairs, policy actually shapes their trajectory..."

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Why Banks Are Sleepwalking Into Extinction And What To Do About It

Why Banks Are Sleepwalking Into Extinction And What To Do About It | Business Coaching | Scoop.it

Banks are spending a huge amount on “Technology” too -(just look at these headlines: Headline 1,  Headline 2  and Headline 3) . Not only are branches an albatross of cost, but the technology spend is enormous.


Via Peter Verschuere
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Interesting and rarely discussed aspects... yes, banking needs huge investment in the security... it is à la mode to schimpfen the banks for their costs charged out to the customers but it's often forgotten how great the costing part of their operation... we as a baseline requirement think that, of course, our money is safe with them... do we know what does it cost, this "baseline" requirement?! 

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13 Practical Ideas That Have Helped Me Make Better Decisions

13 Practical Ideas That Have Helped Me Make Better Decisions | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
This article focuses on 13 practical ways that we can make better decisions.

Via Anne Leong, Philippe Vallat
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Practical ideas, resources to decision-making...:-)))

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Complex change options - extremely simplexly

Complex change options - extremely simplexly | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
That's genial!
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Right after announcing he was taking a pay cut to raise employees' salaries, business is booming.

Right after announcing he was taking a pay cut to raise employees' salaries, business is booming. | Business Coaching | Scoop.it

Here's a story to show your boss. When it comes to taking care of his employees, Gravity Payments CEO Dan Price is going above and beyond (and business has never been better).

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Like le petit prince de Saint-Exupéry... like a fairy tale... I'm just curious how it will continue... hope all well to him and the company, we need badly such type of sustainably maintained success stories... I want not to be the elephant in the china shops though...

 

in the famous Hawthorne study you do anything, literally anything to the employees/the work-environment and the effect of the changes are monitored, studied, it (especially the attention under the monitoring phase) steers the water, and for a while the productivity grows, then, newly you should make practically anything to them, like minor work condition changes, make it monitored and the productivity goes up for a certain time...

 

Also well-known that the effect of a salary increase is a quickly auto-decelerating process, while that of a salary-decrease a long-lasting hurt (unless you do it to yourself for a noble reason like this CEO did it... than the noble reason could be a long-lasting positive motivation for you...) 

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Leadership Develops When You Escape Your Comfort Zone

Leadership Develops When You Escape Your Comfort Zone | Business Coaching | Scoop.it

Successful leaders know that they must get out of their comfort zone to succeed. These leaders have spent a lot of time outside their comfort zone.


Via Kenneth Mikkelsen
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What to say... I am convinced (especially by the - multilaterally usable -  arousal diagram), leader must dare... true, sometimes he/she must take care of the present, the systems, the people etc. who do just now their work but his/her head should be rather in the risk-cloud and most of the time he/she must be outside of his/her comfort zone...

 

I am just curious if he/she most of the time is outside the comfort zone, could not be that he/she after a certain time will feel his-/herself comfortably there?! And then what? To apply the principle and leave it? To where? Hmmmm...

 

What if we would say that a certain harmony is the most important between caring for the present and caring for the risks of the future and would leave this BS about the leaving of the comfort zone? Something from this, something from that... and the ratio would be different... even for the same organisation in the different development phases... I do not know... I am just thinking "loudly"...:-)))

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Jeremy Barton's curator insight, June 25, 6:10 AM

I like this, a comfort zone and a learning zone

James D Johnson's curator insight, July 4, 1:05 PM

In a past life, I had the good fortune to teach people how to ski. People rarely learned anything valuable when they were on terrain that was either too flat or too steep. Real learning took place when the skiers weren't sure of the outcome though its expectation was probably positive. Real progress never happened unless the skiers were willing to take appropriate risks. This holds for leaders as well.

Ghita Benkirane's curator insight, July 20, 2:51 AM

Comprendre sa zone de confort et au-delà

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'How to build a successful mentoring program...'

'How to build a successful mentoring program...' | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
An interesting paper for the nonprofit sector, mainly for youth mentoring though it is so comprehensive that the organisers of every type of mentoring schemes could profit from it. As I have just peeped in it, it is a thorough, detailed analysis of any type of mentoring schemes, starting with the…
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Might be useful...

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