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The Secret to Effective Time Management: A Story to Win By

The Secret to Effective Time Management:  A Story to Win By | Business Psychology | Scoop.it
Time management techniques typically involve identifying priorities and scheduling well.  There is also power in building in unscheduled time… leaving white space on the calendar for reflection and spontaneous magic.

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» Too Specific Information Can Gum Up Decision-Making - Psych Central News

» Too Specific Information Can Gum Up Decision-Making - Psych Central News | Business Psychology | Scoop.it
New research suggests detailed analysis of a situation may undermine the decision-making process because variables are inappropriately weighed.
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Jose M Quiroz's curator insight, June 11, 1:15 AM

Recent research results go against the "conventional wisdom" (which had resulted that thoughtful deliberation improves decision-making.) Indeed “In everyday life, people often try to be specific to be accurate,” said Suk and colleagues, but this new research suggests that specificity and accuracy don’t necessarily go hand-in-hand.

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The key to thought leadership | LEWIS PR

The key to thought leadership | LEWIS PR | Business Psychology | Scoop.it
Although many brands have the potential to be a thought leader, only some actually succeed and few are able to maintain it. Which poses the question: why is it so difficult to become a thought leader?
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Ryan Hines's curator insight, March 5, 2013 5:51 AM

Richard Verbeek puts forward an interesting idea that some companies start with a vision while others seize an opportunity. He sets out what it takes for companies (the majority, in my view, that are on the sidelines) to move towards that 'vision-thingy'.

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How do I lead former peers now that I'm the boss? | SmartBlogs

How do I lead former peers now that I'm the boss? | SmartBlogs | Business Psychology | Scoop.it
You’ve been promoted! It’s a day you’ve looked forward to for a long time and you expected satisfaction and confidence. But now the joy is mixed with fear, (RT @gcouros: How do I lead former peers now that I’m the boss?
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How to fall in love with your job again

How to fall in love with your job again | Business Psychology | Scoop.it
This Valentine's Day, remember how you felt when you were first hired and rekindle your enthusiasm for work (5 Ways to Fall in Love With Your Job Again from @CBSNews http://t.co/kXKAYmt2 #Leadership)...
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How to Manage Team Conflict | ManagingAmericans

How to Manage Team Conflict | ManagingAmericans | Business Psychology | Scoop.it
Identify & understand Team Conflict in order to refocus your team to create a productive environment.
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Why Good Companies Fail

Why Good Companies Fail | Business Psychology | Scoop.it
If you ask 10 CEOs why good companies fail, you’re likely to get 10 different answers.
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4 Signs You're a Weak Leader

4 Signs You're a Weak Leader | Business Psychology | Scoop.it
Outwardly, you appear effective, dependable, on top of things. But look closer. Are you in danger of destructive behaviors?
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donhornsby's curator insight, January 29, 2013 8:17 AM

(From the article): When was the last time you sat in on an operations or planning meeting, simply as a resource, and not as the boss? How did your team react? Were they comfortable and relaxed with you around, or did it all seem forced, a little like playacting?

 

In reviewing the four behaviors above, did you experience a sinking feeling of recognition in more than one? If so, it might be time to reverse course.

David Hain's curator insight, January 29, 2013 9:21 AM

Worth 5 minutes reflection.

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Helping You Do Better This Holiday Season

Helping You Do Better This Holiday Season | Business Psychology | Scoop.it
With every Christmas and holiday season, we find ourselves repeating the same old patterns, year after year. You read well-intended columns, much like this one, that suggest, “Just don’t do this” and you’ll be fine.
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Thanks for Can-Shaped Cranberry Sauce | WhatTheFreud.com

Thanks for Can-Shaped Cranberry Sauce | WhatTheFreud.com | Business Psychology | Scoop.it
Thanksgiving brings people together--only, sometimes to fight like Pilgrims and Indians. We present some psychological benefits of giving thanks, including fewer brawls at the dining table. (Giving thanks leads to happiness.
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Brains Trust: Why women accept ‘glass cliff’ leadership roles

Brains Trust: Why women accept ‘glass cliff’ leadership roles | Business Psychology | Scoop.it
We’ve all heard of the invisible barrier to women’s career progress dubbed the glass ceiling. But in recent years, numerous academic studies have also focused on the “glass cliff”.
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Jose M Quiroz's curator insight, June 11, 1:46 AM

Research has showed that women are not put in 'glass cliffs' by society but for themselves, for historic events that have taken action in the past and keep taking action, for who they are and because they are more likely to accept a position where have peer and chiefs support.

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Understand Others to Help Motivate Them

Understand Others to Help Motivate Them | Business Psychology | Scoop.it
Discussions on Creating Community (HOA/Condo Leadership: If you want to motivate others, you must understand them first http://t.co/NKSu8chT … #SymphonicIndustryCrossover...)...
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Change Is a Process, Not an Event

Here are five tips to better manage change.
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How to Make Criticism Drive You

How to Make Criticism Drive You | Business Psychology | Scoop.it
These four steps will help business leaders overcome criticism and use it as a source of motivation.Get the latest blog articles on business ideas and trends... (RT @SantaClaraUniv: Top 4 ways criticism fuels great #leadership.
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Rediscovering Leadership: Service Versus Self-Interest

Rediscovering Leadership: Service Versus Self-Interest | Business Psychology | Scoop.it
At some point each of us has the opportunity to lead. What are the principles that enable us to lead with the interests of others foremost in mind? (Leaders emerge!
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Jose Luis Yañez's curator insight, March 15, 2013 8:10 PM

¿Necesitas que te recuerden la esencia del liderazgo?

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What you should know to be an effective mentor

What you should know to be an effective mentor | Business Psychology | Scoop.it
Being a mentor is not the same as being a coach.
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Miklos Szilagyi's curator insight, February 22, 2013 2:49 AM

Some important points in which mentoring differs from coaching...(through reviewing a new book about this subject)...  it is still good to speak about it...

Jose M Quiroz's curator insight, June 11, 1:58 AM

Business psychology is a great deal today and one of the things a psych graduate can do a be a mentor in a business or company to maximize efforts by the employees and the establishment as well.

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The Most Successful Leaders Do 15 Things Automatically, Every Day - Forbes

The Most Successful Leaders Do 15 Things Automatically, Every Day - Forbes | Business Psychology | Scoop.it
Leadership is learned behavior that becomes unconscious and automatic over time. For example, leaders can make several important decisions about an issue in the time it takes others to understand the question.
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donhornsby's curator insight, February 19, 2013 9:35 AM

(From the article): Beyond decision making, successful leadership across all areas becomes learned and instinctual over a period of time. Successful leaders have learned the mastery of anticipating business patterns, finding opportunities in pressure situations, serving the people they lead and overcoming hardships.

Lauran Star's curator insight, February 19, 2013 6:04 PM

If you are looking to advance your career into a leadership capacity and / or already assume leadership responsibilities – here are 15 things you must do automatically, every day, to be a successful leader in the workplace.

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Want to Hire Great Employees? Why Not Focus on Keeping Them Instead?

Want to Hire Great Employees? Why Not Focus on Keeping Them Instead? | Business Psychology | Scoop.it
We all want people on our team who work hard, work smart, work together, and make work fun. But have you actually considered what you’ll do once you have your great employee? For so many … (Want to hire great employees?
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What happens when executives freak out

What happens when executives freak out | Business Psychology | Scoop.it
So, today’s Super Bowl this year is guaranteed to have a winning coach named Harbaugh when John of the Baltimore Ravens and Jim of the San Francisco 49ers square off against each other.
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Why Smart Leaders Don't Clone Themselves - Forbes

Why Smart Leaders Don't Clone Themselves - Forbes | Business Psychology | Scoop.it
Great leaders don't just use themselves as the template for hiring - here's why.
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donhornsby's curator insight, January 31, 2013 7:14 AM

(From the article): The best leaders I know regularly break out of their own patterns in hiring and promoting, and as a result they build vital, vibrant teams and companies that are better equipped to respond to a changing world.  It works much better, and – as an added benefit – it’s a lot less boring.

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How To Melt A Grinch’s Heart

How To Melt A Grinch’s Heart | Business Psychology | Scoop.it
“It could be his head wasn’t screwed on just right. It could be, perhaps that his shoes were too tight. But I think that the most likely reason of all May have been that his heart was t... (...
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Women in corporate leadership numbers barely budge in 2012, report says - Bizjournals.com (blog)

Women in corporate leadership numbers barely budge in 2012, report says - Bizjournals.com (blog) | Business Psychology | Scoop.it
My MoinfoWomen in corporate leadership numbers barely budge in 2012, report saysBizjournals.com (blog)In 2012, multiple organizations, including many in Houston, sprung into action with efforts to increase the presence of women in corporate...
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PSYCHOLOGY: Top tips to help you keep stress and anxiety at bay

PSYCHOLOGY: Top tips to help you keep stress and anxiety at bay | Business Psychology | Scoop.it
The upcoming holidays may be the season of love and celebration, but party time can be overwhelming, say psychiatrists (PSYCHOLOGY: Top tips to help you keep stress and anxiety at bay http://t.co/PbzFmlc9...
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» The Importance of Play for Adults - World of Psychology

» The Importance of Play for Adults - World of Psychology | Business Psychology | Scoop.it
Our society tends to dismiss play for adults. Play is perceived as unproductive, petty or even a guilty pleasure.
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What Is Your Lever of Influence?

What Is Your Lever of Influence? | Business Psychology | Scoop.it
“Conversations are the work of a leader and the workhorses of an organization.  While no single conversation is guaranteed to change the trajectory of a career, a company, a relationship, or a life...
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Understanding the ‘boregasm’: Boredom is a state of stress, researchers say | News | National Post

Understanding the ‘boregasm’: Boredom is a state of stress, researchers say | News | National Post | Business Psychology | Scoop.it
In trying to understand this universal feeling, researchers are increasingly asking: What does your boredom say about you?

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