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Leadership: Assessing Organizational Health | Leadership

Leadership: Assessing Organizational Health | Leadership | Change Leadership | Scoop.it
Leadership in a business context is challenging because its effectiveness depends not just on a leader’s key traits but also on organizational decision making, competitive forces and constantly changing external situation. On the other hand, people want to work in healthier organization cultures | Leadership

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Warren Norton's curator insight, May 16, 10:13 PM
Clear simple and elegant outline of the basics of assessing health in any organisation.

Susanna Lavialle's curator insight, July 14, 10:52 AM
Seems like a good base for an evaluation of how an organization is doing.
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The Dark Side of High Employee Engagement

The Dark Side of High Employee Engagement | Change Leadership | Scoop.it

We need to take a more balanced view of employee engagement. Managers need to think about how to create just enough tension in their workforce in order to trigger healthy competition and intrinsic motivation. A “one size fits all” approach to employee engagement is unrealistic, and the common understanding of engagement as “happiness” is too simplistic.

 


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Kenneth Mikkelsen's curator insight, August 26, 11:31 AM

While engagement is an important determinant of performance, performance is also affected by other factors – and sometimes those factors matter more than engagement. For example, a recent study by Google found that the critical drivers of effective team performance were an open and safe team culture, clear goals, and a strong sense of purpose. Likewise, scientific studies show that leaders’ judgment and decision making ability can affect team and organizational performance beyond engagement. This explains why certain leaders – think Steve Jobs or Jeff Bezos – can be so effective despite not displaying great people-skills or emotional intelligence: you can get away with it if you also have great judgment and vision.

 

Kenny Kerswell's curator insight, August 31, 5:59 AM

While engagement is an important determinant of performance, performance is also affected by other factors – and sometimes those factors matter more than engagement. For example, a recent study by Google found that the critical drivers of effective team performance were an open and safe team culture, clear goals, and a strong sense of purpose. Likewise, scientific studies show that leaders’ judgment and decision making ability can affect team and organizational performance beyond engagement. This explains why certain leaders – think Steve Jobs or Jeff Bezos – can be so effective despite not displaying great people-skills or emotional intelligence: you can get away with it if you also have great judgment and vision.

 

Walter Gassenferth's curator insight, September 18, 6:41 AM
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3 Key Skills for Successful Change - Center for Creative Leadership

3 Key Skills for Successful Change - Center for Creative Leadership | Change Leadership | Scoop.it
If you leave out the people part of the equation, your change efforts will fail.
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Communication, Collaboration and Commitment...
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In a Crisis, Who Ya Gonna Call?

In a Crisis, Who Ya Gonna Call? | Change Leadership | Scoop.it
Change itself is changing. That's why Change Leaders do well in today's crises.
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“Leadership Qualities” vs. Competence: Which Matters More?

“Leadership Qualities” vs. Competence: Which Matters More? | Change Leadership | Scoop.it

The answer makes a difference for team performance.

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Fascinating results... 

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24 Inspirational Leadership Quotes and How I Got Inspired From Post-It Notes - Lead Grow Develop

24 Inspirational Leadership Quotes and How I Got Inspired From Post-It Notes - Lead Grow Develop | Change Leadership | Scoop.it
One of your many leadership responsibilities is to motivate and inspire your team. Here are 24 inspirational leadership quotes to help you get started.
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What is your favourite inspirational leadership quote?

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Intelligence is Important but Integrity Matters More - Lolly Daskal | Leadership Development | Lolly Daskal

Intelligence is Important but Integrity Matters More - Lolly Daskal | Leadership Development | Lolly Daskal | Change Leadership | Scoop.it
Integrity is not a process or a practice, but a principle that leaders treasure when they know what matters.
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C-H-A-R-A-C-T-E-R

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What Makes an Organization “Networked”? - blogs.hbr.org (blog)

What Makes an Organization “Networked”? - blogs.hbr.org (blog) | Change Leadership | Scoop.it
For starters, it’s not flat, and it’s not a matrix.
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Its about leadership

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The Iceberg of Organizational Culture Change (Infographic) | SmartRecruiters Blog

The Iceberg of Organizational Culture Change (Infographic) | SmartRecruiters Blog | Change Leadership | Scoop.it
87% of today’s leaders around the world cite culture and employee engagement as one of their top organizational challenges. This is according to a recent report from Deloitte, who interviewed over 3,300 executives and HR leaders in 106 countries.
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Want to Be a Good Leader? Step One: Know Thyself

Want to Be a Good Leader? Step One: Know Thyself | Change Leadership | Scoop.it
The ability to monitor yourself is one of the most important traits you can have as a leader. Here's how to improve your self-awareness.
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Socrates said an ‘Unexamined life is not worth living’....  

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Why You Need Emotional Intelligence to Succeed

Why You Need Emotional Intelligence to Succeed | Change Leadership | Scoop.it
When emotional intelligence first appeared to the masses, it served as the missing link in a peculiar finding: people with average IQs outperform those with the highest IQs 70% of the time....
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10 Ways to be a Mature Leader Even if  You’re Young

10 Ways to be a Mature Leader Even if  You’re Young | Change Leadership | Scoop.it
I just got home from a conversation about maturity with some really smart college students. This post is inspired by our conversation. 10 expressions of immaturity: Don’t realize or don’t care that...
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How to Free Up Capacity for Change to Ensure Successful Outcomes

How to Free Up Capacity for Change to Ensure Successful Outcomes | Change Leadership | Scoop.it
Change efforts consume organizational resources - learn how to free up capacity for change to ensure successful change efforts.

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Susanna Lavialle's curator insight, October 4, 3:15 PM
Spot on. Sometimes employees really wish to take part and strongly believe in change effort but simply do not because they cannot. There is no time - or the change is not the priority. You need actual time put aside to be able to understand change and contribute to it - change leaders need this as well. Do have time budgeted for them on continuous basis as well. If you get the needed time to absorb the change you are more likely to dare, even if it means try and fail. Leadership showing they allocate time sends an important message. They communicate, make the effort to lead by example and make sure the early adopters are encouraged and given time to help others. Being active in bringing in change feels great. But not if it means too many sacrifices and impacts your personal life.
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Evolving leadership in the digital age

Evolving leadership in the digital age | Change Leadership | Scoop.it
The era of heroic leadership is over. Leadership has become a team sport - it is no longer defined by what a single leader does but by the ability to collaborate, motivate and manage networks.
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Strong leadership requires continuous development.
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John's Blog: 5 Tips to Evaluating Leadership Development

John's Blog: 5 Tips to Evaluating Leadership Development | Change Leadership | Scoop.it
5 Tips to Evaluate Leadership Development https://t.co/JikeyiDbXf #Authentic #Leadership @Osramdabluebird m
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These are great tips for evaluating your own leadership development path
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Why good leaders make you feel safe

Why good leaders make you feel safe | Change Leadership | Scoop.it
What makes a great leader? Management theorist Simon Sinek suggests, it’s someone who makes their employees feel secure, who draws staffers into a circle of trust.
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Are good leaders born or made?

Are good leaders born or made? | Change Leadership | Scoop.it
Even the best performers may not be natural managers, but if they want it enough, can they learn?
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10 steps to becoming a successful young leader at work

10 steps to becoming a successful young leader at work | Change Leadership | Scoop.it
These 10 steps could help you on the path to becoming a successful young leader.
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A good list of all who aspire to become leaders

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The Best Leaders Are Constant Learners

The Best Leaders Are Constant Learners | Change Leadership | Scoop.it
Seek, sense, share.
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The Best Leaders are the Best Learners

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Evaluating the Impact of eLearning - Kirkpatrick's Model

Evaluating the Impact of eLearning - Kirkpatrick's Model | Change Leadership | Scoop.it
Measuring the value of training is a very complex process, but it is an essential component to any learning program. So let’s start with the obvious question - what defines good training? Good training should always have a purpose.

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Begin with end in mind. 

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10 Signs You Are Not Using Your Emotional Intelligence -

10 Signs You Are Not Using Your Emotional Intelligence - | Change Leadership | Scoop.it
Check yourself on this list to see if you are lacking in emotional intelligence, then practice the 5 steps to increase your emotional awareness and choice.
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What is Simultaneous Leadership?

What is Simultaneous Leadership? | Change Leadership | Scoop.it
Thriving in the marketplace today requires a diverse group of experts from across the organization to create and execute in harmony.

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Working in harmony means we as leaders need to lead simultaneously amongst leaders, where we as individual leaders move in and out of leading and following roles...  

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donhornsby's curator insight, April 19, 2015 10:09 AM
If we all lead and following simultaneously, we can leverage the depth of experience, expertise, and oppositional points of view required to truly innovate and execute. By surfacing what we really think while cultivating humility and curiosity we can create the conditions necessary for group flow.
Claude Emond's curator insight, April 20, 2015 8:15 AM

Can be really be co-leaders? Isn't it just a question of ego if we cannot?

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Are You Ready to Change the Way You Think About Leadership? - GovExec.com

Are You Ready to Change the Way You Think About Leadership? - GovExec.com | Change Leadership | Scoop.it
Global change agents think and act in an integrated way.
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