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8 Essential Online Tools For Getting More Work Done

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When you work in a team that is distributed, it can be hard to know what the team is working on.

 

Here are some of the products and services to use every day to help stay connected and get things done.


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8 Essential Online Tools For Getting More Work Done

8 Essential Online Tools For Getting More Work Done | SME's, Management, Busines, Finance & Leadership | Scoop.it

When you work in a team that is distributed, it can be hard to know what the team is working on.

 

Here are some of the products and services to use every day to help stay connected and get things done.


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8 Essential Online Tools For Getting More Work Done

8 Essential Online Tools For Getting More Work Done | SME's, Management, Busines, Finance & Leadership | Scoop.it

When you work in a team that is distributed, it can be hard to know what the team is working on.

 

Here are some of the products and services to use every day to help stay connected and get things done.


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Pulpit Bullies: Why Dominating Leaders Kill Teams

Pulpit Bullies: Why Dominating Leaders Kill Teams | SME's, Management, Busines, Finance & Leadership | Scoop.it

When Harvard Business School Associate Professor Francesca Gino invites high-powered business leaders to address her class, she often observes an interesting phenomenon. The guest speakers announce that they are just as interested in learning from the students as teaching them, and encourage them to ask questions and make comments. In reality, however, the speakers often do the opposite—dominating the time and not allowing for much discussion at all.

 

"As professors we do this too," admits Gino. "It's very difficult when think you have the right answer not to put it out there." At the same time, she has observed, by hogging the discussion, these leaders not only limited their own learning but also made the class less productive as a whole.

 

Gino wondered if the same dynamic could be occurring in business, with dominating leaders stifling creative ideas that might otherwise emerge from group discussions and making the teams less productive.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, November 25, 2013 5:05 PM

Power interrupts, and absolute power interrupts absolutely. Francesca Gino and colleagues discover that a high-powered boss can lead a team into poor performance.