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No Managers? No Hierarchy? No Way!

No Managers? No Hierarchy? No Way! | Business Coaching | Scoop.it

Cries of "no more managers" and "end the hierarchy" are well-intentioned efforts to accelerate the ongoing paradigm shift in management, but they are counterproductive: all organizations are hierarchical and all have managers.

 


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The golden middle...:-)))

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Das große Innovations Paradoxon

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Das große Innovations-Paradoxon derStandard.at Digitale Technologie mit ihrer exponentiellen Entwicklung bringt uns ein in der Menschheitsgeschichte bisher nie gekanntes Potenzial für Innovation - wie etwa neue Geschäftsmodelle, neue Industrien und...

Via Michael Sabah
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Wow... einmalig ist wie alle diesen Faktoren here zusammengefasst sind... mag es...:-)))

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Gut Zusammenfassung über unsere "Quartal zu  Quartal" Leben...

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The No. 1 Challenge to Innovation

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The biggest challenge to innovation is not how to generate new ideas and opportunities. It’s how to make innovation a deeply embedded capability in the organization.

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"How many big opportunities have been missed over the decades by companies that were presented with some radical new idea but that lacked the right system for nurturing it and turning it into a market success story? Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, originally pitched his personal computer idea to Hewlett-Packard, his employer at the time. But HP had no organizational mechanism for connecting a freaky engineer and his “crazy invention” with the political and financial infrastructures of the company. There was simply nowhere for his idea to go; no way to get a small amount of experimental capital and some time to test its potential; no coaches or mentors in the organization who could help him push his idea forward; no management processes that had been set up to support his work as an innovator. So instead Wozniak decided to throw in his lot with Steve Jobs, and the two friends went off to commercialize his idea from a Palo Alto garage. The rest is history..."

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Top 5 Lessons Your Mother Taught You About Becoming a Successful Coach

Top 5 Lessons Your Mother Taught You About Becoming a Successful Coach | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
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Good... with one slight modification re the 1st "lesson"... 

 

The "Treat people the way you want to be treated" - this old and true adage is perfect in the completely balanced cituations, e.g. in a democracy every citizen should keep it in mind...  and in the coaching there is a slight plus, though it's highly emphasised as a partner-type of relationship...

 

With the slight modification I propose is not my idea, I don't know the source, the statement (the lesson what by the way the mothers know and practice also very well...) sounds like: "Treat people the way they wanted to be treated...." - I doesn't mean here that if he/she want to hide something from him-/herself, you should g with is, it doesn't mean that you should be slaverish or complacent with the coachee... it only means that you are "playing" with him/her on his territory, his map and it will never match completely yours, therefore, you'd better pay attention how he/she wants to be handled than searching for anything else...

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"Le manque d'impertinence a des effets néfastes sur l'économie ..." - L'Usine Nouvelle

"Le manque d'impertinence a des effets néfastes sur l'économie ..." - L'Usine Nouvelle | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Coach et professeur à l’école de management de Grenoble, Agnès Muir-Poulle publie aux presses universitaires de Grenoble un "Petit traité d’impertinence constructive". L’ouvrage décrypte pourquoi il est urgent de libérer la parole dans l’entreprise et comment cette libération est synonyme d’une plus grande efficacité. Dans l’interview qu’elle nous a accordé, elle revient aussi sur le bon usage de la vitesse et sur la façon dont le management doit évoluer pour s’adapter à la société et à l’économie du 21e siècle. Son constat est radical :  le caporalisme c’est fini ! 

Via Françoise Hecquard, Karine Aubry
Miklos Szilagyi's insight:

Très intéressant... j'aime ca... pas toute neuve, l'idée, mais c'est quand même très bien présentée...:-)))

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Anne-Laure Delpech's curator insight, September 14, 8:20 AM

En attendant de lire le livre (parution le 18/9), lisez cette interview très intéressante, et qui me paraît pleine de bon sens. 

Evoluo's curator insight, September 15, 3:45 AM

Quelque chose me dit que je vais passer à la librairie...

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Self-Authority: What It Really Means to Believe in Yourself

Self-Authority: What It Really Means to Believe in Yourself | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Self-Authority: What It Really Means to Believe in Yourself

Nobody but you can be the final authority on your life. If you don’t step up in that role,...
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Good point in the road to the deeper competency of empathy... It's good to make the bridge between self-esteem (believing in yourself) and self-awareness, one of the pillar of the empathy-"edifice"...

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9 Habits of Remarkably Persuasive People

You don't have to be born with an incredible power of persuasion. Here's how you can develop that vital skill.
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Do you want top be very persuasive? Check the 9 points... if you have, say, 5 of them, there is a chance that you are on a good track...:-))) 

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9 Warning Signs You’re in Bad Company

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Practical Tips for Productive Living
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Good summary...

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You are Successful. But Distracted. Possibly Bored. What Happened?

You are Successful. But Distracted. Possibly Bored. What Happened? | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
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"Do what only you can do..." - interesting point...:-)))

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Erinnerungen sind manipulierbar

Ob der erste Kuss oder eine unangenehme Erfahrung: Viele unserer Erinnerungen sind scheinbar untrennbar mit Gefühlen verknüpft. Doch jetzt stellt sich heraus, dass diese Verknüpfung weitaus weniger stabil und dauerhaft ist als angenommen – sie kann sogar nachträglich manipuliert werden. Genau dies ist US-Forschern nun in einem Experiment mit Mäusen gelungen: Durch eine gezielte Manipulation der Hirnaktivität kehrten sie die mit einem Ort verknüpften Angstgefühle der Tiere in angenehme Emotionen um und umgekehrt. Lange Zeit galten unsere Erinnerungen als nahezu unveränderbar, als quasi fest in den Langzeitspeicher des Gehirns eingeprägt. Inzwischen allerdings mehren sich die Hinweise darauf, dass unser Gedächtnis auch alte “Lagerbestände” häufig nachträglich modifiziert. So kann beispielsweise Schlafmangel dazu führen, dass Erinnerungen ungenau und falsch werden, wie erst kürzlich eine Studie zeigte. Aber auch Lebensereignisse können unsere Erinnerungen im Nachhinein anders einfärben: Sahen wir zuvor das erste Rendezvous mit einem Partner in rosigem Licht, ruft es eher negative Gefühle hervor, wenn wir gerade eine hässliche Trennung mit diesem Partner hinter uns haben. In diesem Fall bleibt die Erinnerung an das Ereignis intakt, aber die damit verknüpften Emotionen ändern sich. Möglich wird dies, weil das Gehirn Sacherinnerungen – beispielsweise an den Ort oder das Geschehen – und Emotionen an zwei verschiedenen Stellen abspeichert: der Gedächtnisinhalt im Hippocampus und das Gefühl in der Amygdala.....


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Miklos Szilagyi's insight:

Yes, exactly... memory is prone to manipulation... we all "manipulate" - mainly unconsciously - our past... that's the starting point to imagine our desired future state, to live it the most possible vividly and in very detailed... then, here and there something will happen from the future "state"... it's not a goal, it's an environment, it's a context... when this starts to happen, you will start to "remember" on your future and, voilà, the future happens...:-))) (it is based on Chris Iveson's (a solution-focused therapist & coach) workshop in Budapest in last May...:-)))

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How Your Brain Responds to Performance Rankings

How Your Brain Responds to Performance Rankings | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Watch this video to see why traditional employee evaluations are flawed. For more insights, read " Kill Your Performance Ratings ."

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In short: badly... interesting material...

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ellenjharris's curator insight, September 5, 8:27 PM

With direct experience with the traditional model, many highly talented professionals were mis-ranked in their careers.  The results of mis-ranking meant a loss of the very types of professionals companies desperately want to hire but cannot find. 

 

Too often the 'right' person for the position is not inspired to work for organization s who place metrics above how people interact and engage to accomplish project tasks. 

 

The model referenced in this video is one found outside the United States in companies whose studies around organizational development and behavior through knowledge management have reduced the 'barrier's-to-entry' where disparate team are encouraged to collaborate, innovate. 

 

This invariably leads to competitive advantage in global markets where the U.S. struggles to sustain a competitive position.

 

Siloed organizations are now fortressed in a manner that stymies growth and stalls internal progression for a variety of professionals who determine their only option is to devise their own exit strategy from an professionally unhealthy work environment.

 

The solutions require a dedication to an end result with direct impact on top-line growth.  Unfortunately human metrics get in the way of revenue growth and the possibilities for true market advantage go unrealized.

 

And the talented exit in droves to find opportunities that support their vision of a company in which departments and divisions interact and engage for a common goal of revenue excellence.

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6 Ways to manage your boss and why you really should - Best Practice Management - The Best Practice Manager

6 Ways to manage your boss and why you really should - Best Practice Management - The Best Practice Manager | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
A boss and a subordinate are co-dependent and the sooner you realise that, the more successful your relationship will be. Management needs your support.
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Managing up...  Is it possible? It is possible... of course, it's more difficult one than the "normal" down...:-)))

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You Could be a Better Presenter, Here’s How | Distilled

You Could be a Better Presenter, Here’s How | Distilled | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
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"The first draft of anything is shit." -  Ernest Hemingway... Good, very detailed...

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A teenage guide to stress

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Blame My Brain author Nicola Morgan's top tips on how to stop the pressure of a new school year getting to you
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Actually I don't know why it's only for teenagers... we adults can do something with the guide too...

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The 5 Benefits of Virtual Coaching Engagements

The 5 Benefits of Virtual Coaching Engagements | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Still today there are some who doubt the effectiveness of 'virtual' coaching, preferring the traditional face-to-face encounters.

Via Lael Johnson
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True...

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What Makes You 'Click' With Someone Else?

What Makes You 'Click' With Someone Else? | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
The content of a conversation is less important than how personal and emotional it is

Via Christian Wasinger - theNLPexpert
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One more vote for the irresistible power of vulnerability.... Good one, with other sources included...

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Christian Wasinger - theNLPexpert's curator insight, September 17, 2:47 PM

We all want to connect easier, faster, and on a deeper, more meaningful level with others. One way we do this, as explained in this blog, is through being vulnerable.


The author of this blog talks about the hierarchy of vulnerability. What each level of vulnerability is and the more vulnerable we make ourselves the deeper our connections can become.


If this topic is of interest to you, be sure to watch Brene Brown's TED talk on "The Power of Vulnerability." Here's the link for you: https://www.ted.com/talks/brene_brown_on_vulnerability

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How to Effectively Communicate With Different Brain Types

How to Effectively Communicate With Different Brain Types | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Knowing the way your audience processes information can greatly help you structure your most important points.
Miklos Szilagyi's insight:

Interesting point.... all the psychometric research aiming at this... here  I miss the selfawareness part, who am I, how I think....

 

The whole thing  looks like very similar to the Hartman's Value Index (used as Attribute index the Innermetrix combined test)... the systemiser is the same category, norturers could be the intrinsic and controllers could be the extrinsic... As there is no fourth thinking pattern at Hartman, the innovators I would classify as a sort of systemisers...

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You Are What You Tweet - The New Yorker

You Are What You Tweet - The New Yorker | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
When Mark Zuckerberg, the C.E.O. of Facebook, started appearing at local haunts in San Francisco’s Mission District last year, one blog speculated that he was attempting to “rebrand himself as a Mission hipster.” It’s an apt turn of phrase, one that conveys the casual predominance of “personal branding,” the practice that Zuckerberg’s company has popularized: managing your presentation—your behavior, appearance, reputation, online persona—to stand out in your professional and personal lives. The Oxford Dictionaries Online last week added the term “selfie”—the self-portrait taken in solitude and submitted to the gaze of millions, turning each of us into his own paparazzo. Although image maintenance is nothing new, the images we’re presenting are now available online, all the time, and are presumed to meaningfully represent us. Personal branding is the subtext of all social networking: when we post vacation photos, we attest to our ability to take luxurious vacations; when we post pictures of our babies, we present ourselves as proud and caring parents; when we crack wise about current events, we demonstrate our wit, relevance, and political leanings.
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You already have a personal brand, whether you know it or not... the question is, are you going to manage it or not....

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Nicolas Nassim Taleb's example...

Nicolas Nassim Taleb's example... | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
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Taleb writes (on Facebook BTW):

 

“LEARNING TO DO NOTHING (Idleness as a BS detector/cleaner) - At the start of this year I resolved to do "nothing except if it felt like a hobby" i.e., "satisfy interests while providing entertainment value with zero pressure, no schedule and no feeling of duty". The rule is to wake up with the aim to "do nothing", have nothing scheduled and avoid the usual guilt (or shame) encountered by most when "wasting time" , have minimum committments and talk to NO journalist. Of course, cut everything unpleasant, no matter what the potential gain. Treat everything (including mathematics) the way a great-uncle of mine who was a man of leisure treated his afternoon game of bridge: intellectual concentration as entertainment.

RESULT: 12 academic papers (9 accepted so far), finished a book (Silent Risk)--well, almost, wrote 100 aphorisms, ate 2 Beijing ducks, learned to typeset books as a self-standing publisher, found 4 investments ... and this is 3/4 of the year.

NOTE: To do things make sure you have no assistant. They drag you into doing things for the sake of "work".”

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Reasons You Need to Work at a Start-up

Reasons You Need to Work at a Start-up | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Start-up culture is quickly becoming the way to jump start your career. Find out why!
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In a light funny way there are some deep truth in these...:-)))

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Personal Branding Represents Your Distinction And Responsibility As A Leader

Personal Branding Represents Your Distinction And Responsibility As A Leader | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Managing your leadership career is much like managing your stock portfolio. You must continuously decide on how to make your personal brand more valuable by knowing what skill-sets, capabilities and aptitudes to invest in and which not to – throughout the course of your career. The ebbs and flows of your leadership career require you to make important choices about how to give your personal brand value; equally, you must be aware of how your personal brand translates into and delivers tangible and measureable ROI to those whom you serve. Every day, every week, and every month – you must be mindful about how your personal brand as a leader can elevate your relevancy, impact and influence – and it’s your responsibility to define its distinction before someone else does.
Miklos Szilagyi's insight:

See beyond your job title and your job description to become a real leader... And you know what, this might be also more interesting, more adventurous than your work life so far... try it... not only for the others, for the company but - why not on the first place - for yourself...:-)))

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Can neuroscience and behaviour mapping show the way?

Can neuroscience and behaviour mapping show the way? | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
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Hope and think it cannot but it's interesting read...:-)))

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What Does Uncoachable (and Unchangeable) Look Like?

What Does Uncoachable (and Unchangeable) Look Like? | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Even if you are the best coach in the world, if the person you are coaching shouldn't be coached, the coaching isn't going to work. The good news is that the "uncoachables" are easier than you think (Excellent article.

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It's a great basic one... read it and watch the video... worth your time (provided you are a coach or you want to be...:-)))

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Can Storytelling Kill Your Message? Yes--in 5 Ways

Can Storytelling Kill Your Message? Yes--in 5 Ways | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Stories should relay a message and engage audiences, but sometimes they just fall flat. Learn why stories can fail and how you can make your stories effective every time.

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Do it but with care...

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Karen Dietz's curator insight, September 3, 11:42 AM

This a quick article with powerful tips on when stories don't work. In addition to knowing why and how to craft great compelling stories, it is also worth knowing what contributes to stories failing.


If you pay attention to avoiding the traps explained here you are well on your way to story success.


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

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Patience and Waiting for the Right Time | Your Voice of Encouragement

Patience and Waiting for the Right Time | Your Voice of Encouragement | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
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Farming concept...:-)))

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Want Biz Storytelling Success? 10 Simple Rules

Want Biz Storytelling Success? 10 Simple Rules | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
I was recently asked to write 10 top tips for effective storytelling for the June 2014 issue of British Airways in-flight  magazine Business Life. Deciding what to include was tricky but a very use...

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Karen Dietz's curator insight, September 4, 1:15 PM

Short, sweet and to the point! Here are 10 terrific storytelling rules by Geoff Mead that will bring you success. 


I particularly like the one about listening first, and I also like the advice to know the story not the words. 


Read Geoff's explanations for more insights. This post is perfect for a Friday or the weekend.


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