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Brené Brown: Why Your Critics Aren’t The Ones Who Count

Brené Brown: Why Your Critics Aren’t The Ones Who Count | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
One of the most underrated parts of the creative process is remaining vulnerable says New York Times bestselling author Brenè Brown in this moving 99U talk.

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Excellent, recommended!

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Jasmin Rez's curator insight, November 27, 2013 12:14 AM

"Here's To Sweaty Creatives"  Brenè Brown 

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Insights Vs. Organizations: how organizations reduce insights

Insights Vs. Organizations: how organizations reduce insights | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it

Most organizations claim—and sincerely believe—that they want to increase insights and put them to use. We shouldn’t let that sincerity fool us.


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Very "insightful!!"

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Philippe Vallat's comment, July 13, 2013 8:50 AM
indeed!
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25 Visionaries Who Created Empires From Virtually Nothing

25 Visionaries Who Created Empires From Virtually Nothing | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it

Some of the greatest fortunes and empires in history were created by people who started with nothing. Today, the author celebrates 25 of these iconic figures – businessmen, technology entrepreneurs, even celebrities and athletes – by recalling the tales of their rise to glory.

 

Don’t feel bad if your favorites aren’t on the list, this is just a glimpse of the many visionaries we’ve seen throughout history and there are countless others who also deserve attention. While each of them took a slightly different path to financial greatness, virtually all of them started from very humble beginnings.


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John Michel's curator insight, October 23, 2013 8:44 AM

25 greats we all can learn from. 

invisibleinc's curator insight, October 23, 2013 1:38 PM

Something from nothing is not impossible when you have drive, creativity and ingenuity.

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Great Ideas Bosses Never Hear - Employees have a lot to say. But they rarely say them.

Great Ideas Bosses Never Hear - Employees have a lot to say. But they rarely say them. | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
Companies need to listen more to employees' ideas, but employees also may have to change the way they present their ideas to be heard. What managers and bosses should do to put more good ideas to work.

 

How often do you have an idea that you want to tell your boss, or your boss's boss, or your boss's boss's boss, and actually say it? And more important, if you do say it, how often do you feel the boss really listens?

 

In too many companies, the answer to both of those questions is, at best, "hardly ever."

 

It's a shame. Leaders need to hear from employees on the front lines—those who interact with customers, who collaborate across organizational boundaries or with suppliers, who face the challenges of developing new products. Many of these employees have relevant things to say. But they don't speak up, either because they fear repercussions or they think it's pointless.

 

It's not easy opening up those lines of communication, to structure things so that good ideas can flow from bottom to top and quickly become a reality. The responsibilities rest with the employees, the bosses and the organization. More specifically:


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