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Start Fresh; Don’t Fix

Start Fresh; Don’t Fix | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it

Leaders grow leaders. Developing isn’t fixing. Growth suggests they aren’t there, yet. Can you live with people who haven’t arrived? Can you accept people who aren’t as skilled as you? Damn, they’re frustrating. (Sarcasm intended)

 

Start fresh; don’t fix.


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John Wade: Coach; consultant; mentor's comment, January 20, 2013 6:55 PM
You can't change the past, although you can learn from it. This article talks about where to go, rather than fixing where people came from. Good questions at the end of the article, too. How much time *should* we spend on people who can't (won't) start afresh?
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Best 21st Century Leadership Blogs

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Best 21st Century Leadership Blogs |New Media. Top blogs, new media for leadership, management, communication, social media, sales & marketing, life & work.


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Get great ideas with the people on this list.

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, July 13, 8:41 PM

There are impressive names on the list including leadership, learning, social justice work, etc. It would be helpful for teachers, professors and their students.

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How I beat stage fright

How I beat stage fright | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
Humanity's fine-tuned sense of fear served us well as a young species, giving us laser focus to avoid being eaten by competing beasts. But it's less wonderful when that same visceral, body-hijacking sense of fear kicks in in front of 20 folk-music fans at a Tuesday night open-mic. Palms sweat, hands shake, vision blurs, and the brain says RUN: it's stage fright. In this charming, tuneful little talk, Joe Kowan talks about how he conquered it.

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Good advice on a challenge that most of us have to deal with at some point.

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There are two types of presenters; those who are nervous, and liars. Mark Twain.

We all get nervous when speaking or performing in public. How you manage those nerves is what matters. Here is an interesting insight into one mans approach.

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Are You Prepared To Lead?

Are You Prepared To Lead? | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it

Be Prepared’

That is a phrase that is ingrained in us from a very early age: but is it the best way to be?

What if we instilled the mindset, ‘Be ready for an Opportunity?’

When Leadership knocks are you ready to answer? Maybe in the past you have knocked on Leadership’s door because you were ready to engage? On many occasions when we are ready, Leadership is not at home when we call.

When Leadership calls you, you have to be confident that Leadership is knocking on the correct door. But, how do you prepare?


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Join @mooreconsortium and @DanVForbes in the #LeadWithGiants Tweetchat on Monday, July 14th at 7:00pm EDT as we discuss Preparing To Lead. 

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From Human Resources to Human Results

From Human Resources to Human Results | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it

Why are we stuck in the way we've always done it with regard to Human Resources? Let's be serious - we all know that HR isn't exactly the highest priority in our business. All too often HR is brushed aside as an overhead function that's mostly about administering and organizing. A necessary evil.

It's time for that paradigm to shift. Big Time.

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If Risk Knocks At The Door. Will You Answer It?

If Risk Knocks At The Door. Will You Answer It? | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it

When struggle is present, life is asking us to open the door to risk.

When we don’t allow risk in we allow fear to reside within us.

But if we live with the knowledge that risk is facing fear with courage, then when it comes knocking we can welcome it as a friend in spite of our fears.

When we close the door to risk we spend our life narrowing our perspective and we are diminishing our possibilities.

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Connecting with our purpose takes courage and planning. Avoiding risk is understandable but not helpful.  Great insightful post from @LollyDaskal.

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7 Steps to Becoming a Leadership Hit Squad

7 Steps to Becoming a Leadership Hit Squad | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
Capable people, who walk in the shadows, represent wasted, untapped potential. Leadership hit squads target the overlooked and under-utilized for greater more fulfilling involvement.
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2minute wisdom from Dan Rockwell on turning over leadership 'stones'
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Jerry Busone's curator insight, July 11, 9:54 AM

This is what a key is to a Leadership development program..having a group dedicated to identifying, the overlooked and untapped, training and certifying them for the next level

P4S | Team SOLRay's curator insight, July 13, 1:06 PM

If you can't find good things to say about your team, you have the wrong team.
— Dan Rockwell

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5 Signs It's Time to Quit Your Job

5 Signs It's Time to Quit Your Job | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it

Most of us don’t consider ourselves to be quitters. But there are times in your career when it’s time to move on….or be moved on….or stagnate. Here are 5 signs that it was probably time to pack up my bags.

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Signals like these may well mean that you are in a job – or a company or an industry – that doesn’t fit quite right. 

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What Makes People Follow Reluctant Leaders

What Makes People Follow Reluctant Leaders | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it


In today’s knowledge-based and highly-automated enterprises, companies look for the cleverest and most capable people they can find. But having hired such talent, organizations face a challenge. Places full of highly mobile and in-demand workers operate more democratically.  Leaders don’t necessarily gain power by dint of high rank; they need to earn it every day. How do they do that? And, for the would-be leader in an organization like this, what are the secrets to rising to the top?

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A new study finds three traits that help people rise to the top in prof. services -leaders are those who most impress their clever peers rather than their superiors.

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Venting anger is poisonous here's how to heal it

Venting anger is poisonous here's how to heal it | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it

Anger is a normal emotion. Most people get angry if they have to deal with legitimately unpleasant or unfair situations and research shows it can even be useful when dealing with injustice.

The problem is when it tips into aggression or becomes habitual, resulting in chronic anger.

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"Angry people do not face unfair situations more often than other people; rather, they perceive more situations around them as unfair." ~ @DionneLew

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What To Do When You Don't Trust Your Leader - Forbes

What To Do When You Don't Trust Your Leader - Forbes | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
What To Do When You Don't Trust Your LeaderForbesUnfortunately, it seems that more and more employees are finding it difficult to trust their leaders.
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Swimming with Jellyfish: A Sea of Virulent Leaders | Switch and Shift

Swimming with Jellyfish: A Sea of Virulent Leaders | Switch and Shift | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it

In nature, jellyfish are everywhere—and at all depths of the ocean.  Similarly, virulent leaders can be found in almost every organization, and can flourish at every level of leadership.  These leaders drift through their surroundings stinging everyone in their path.  Sometimes it takes a moment of clarity like the one above to realize you’re not the Jacques Cousteau you envision yourself to be—sometimes the environment is fraught with peril and you are ill-equipped to handle the situation.

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The Top 10 Fast Company Stories In Leadership For June 2014

The Top 10 Fast Company Stories In Leadership For June 2014 | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
Superheroes and headstands, tough questions and good books--we're definitely not sorry for how great this month was. (There's some good one's this month!
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Jerry Busone's curator insight, July 11, 9:57 AM

Some good stories here for all people

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Five Leadership Tips From Bruce Springsteen

Five Leadership Tips From Bruce Springsteen | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
VideoLast night, I was at the Prudential Center in Newark NJ for the last show of the first leg of Bruce Springsteen’s Wrecking Ball Tour. I’ve been to dozens of Springsteen shows over the years, stretching back to The River tour, and I’m shocked...
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P4S | Team SOLRay's curator insight, July 6, 12:52 PM

BALANCED LEADERSHIP

  1. Give Them the Unexpected
  2. Give Them the Expected
  3. Trust Your Customers
  4. Be Open to Opportunities
  5. Respect Your Colleagues


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Charlie Dare's curator insight, July 7, 11:15 PM

Bruce Spingsteen has always been a shaker and mover "The Boss" in some circles, some good advice for performers ~ he 'Rocks" in my opinion~ Includes several videos originally but only here now is live "Janey Don’t You Lose Heart”~

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Three Ways Leaders Can Listen with More Empathy

Three Ways Leaders Can Listen with More Empathy | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it

Study after study has shown that listening is critical to leadership effectiveness. So, why are so few leaders good at it? Too often, leaders seek to take command, direct conversations, talk too much, or worry about what they will say next in defense or rebuttal.  Additionally, leaders can react quickly, get distracted during a conversation, or fail to make the time to listen to others.  Finally, leaders can be ineffective at listening if they are competitive, if they multitask such as reading emails or text messages, or if they let their egos get in the way of listening to what others have to say.


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Five brainstorming fails

Five brainstorming fails | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
Brainstorming can be productive and inspiring if you avoid these mistakes. (Kennen wir => Five brainstorming fails http://t.co/EoVxsC7wID)

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In Praise of the Invisible Leader

In Praise of the Invisible Leader | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it

 David Zweig, a lecturer and journalist who has written for the Atlantic, the New York Times, and the Wall Street Journal, lovingly calls these people “Invisibles”—and in his fascinating new book, Invisibles: The Power of Anonymous Work in an Age of Relentless Self-Promotion (Portfolio Hardcover, 2014), he lays out a strong case for their importance in making the world go around.

Zweig recently spoke with strategy+business about the nature of the Invisibles, and why, despite their personal modesty, even shyness, they so often make such effective leaders.

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Author David Zweig discusses the true power of modesty in management.

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Game of Thrones: 7 Lessons in Leadership & Business

Game of Thrones: 7 Lessons in Leadership & Business | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it

You can learn a whole lot about leadership and strategy from the Game of Thrones series and this whole crazy mess in Westeros and across the Narrow Sea. Sure, in the corporate world the stakes are a bit different, but the lessons still hold true. So, what are some business lessons from Game of Thrones... 7 little tidbits from across the 7 kingdoms of Game of Thrones:

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Some nice lessons drawn from an unlikley source.

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The revival of executive education - FT.com

The revival of executive education - FT.com | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
The figures tell the tale: after seven years of gloom and despondency, the business of executive education short courses, the cash cow of many business schools, is looking buoyant once more.
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La Roja World Cup Failure - Lessons for Leadership

La Roja World Cup Failure - Lessons for Leadership | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it

The story of the rise and fall of the Spanish national team holds interesting lessons for business leadership and execution. How did the Spanish team come to dominate world football and how did its disintegration come about so spectacularly?

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"It takes a certain kind of leadership to change the team just when it needs to be changed – at the height of its success." ~ Joe Zammit-Lucia

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5 "Ahas" on Authentic Leadership from Charles P. Garcia

5 "Ahas" on Authentic Leadership from Charles P. Garcia | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it

This week's five Ahas are from the book Charles P. Garcia on Authentic Leadership. According to Charles, “being a successful leader is a matter of leading an authentic life, both personally and professionally,” and this book contains life-changing lessons and insights on this message. Reading and sharing this book (via the Aha Amplifier) will motivate you to start taking advantage of the opportunities that come your way, no matter how insignificant they may seem. Check out the 5 Ahas below and be inspired by Charles P. Garcia’s message.

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Leadership is being authentic to who you are, thinking about what you believe in & behaving accordingly. @charlespgarcia #ALPFA #tll - right on!

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6 Ways Smart Questions Help You Work Smarter

6 Ways Smart Questions Help You Work Smarter | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it

Egyptian novelist Naguib Mahfouz said it best: “You can tell whether a man is clever by his answers. You can tell whether a man is wise by his questions.”

Decades of business consulting and coaching have taught me a lot about the value of thoughtful questions. I can distill it into two salient points. First, you must ask the right questions. Well of course, you say. That’s obvious. Yes, but the second point may not be quite so obvious: You must carefully avoid asking the wrong questions.


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Think-friendly questions are a smart way to operate, says @DoctorDuncan.  Lots of good examples.

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Can I be friends with the boss?

Can I be friends with the boss? | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it

The majority of millennials surveyed were more likely to describe their current relationship with their boss as a friend, above other options such as Coach/Mentor, Knowledge-Source/Expert, Peer or Director/Allocator of Work.

But that doesn’t necessarily mean that younger workers are seeking friendship with the boss. When asked “What is the ideal relationship you would like to have with your boss?” the American and British participants chose Coach/Mentor first. Knowledge Source/Expert was second. Friend was third.



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Today’s younger workers aren’t satisfied or comfortable with a boss/employee relationship based on power.

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Broad Strokes: Five Key Leadership Lessons From Billionaire Eli Broad

Broad Strokes: Five Key Leadership Lessons From Billionaire Eli Broad | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it

When Peter Drucker died in 2005, billionaire Eli Broad was among those who lavished praise on him, noting that the legendary management writer’s insights “seemed rather simple but, in fact, were very profound.”

Today, the same thing might well be said of Broad, the founder of two Fortune 500 companies, an internationally renowned art collector and museum patron, and a celebrated philanthropist and civic leader.

In his new book, The Art of Being Unreasonable, Broad shares his own principles for success—nearly all of which are positively Drucker-like. Scores of leadership, management and life lessons are sprinkled throughout the book. Here are five that I found especially powerful:

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Becoming a First-Class Noticer

Becoming a First-Class Noticer | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it

Let’s take a look at the obstacles we all face in becoming first-class noticers. My research identifies key barriers that can cause even the most upstanding employee to ignore, overlook, or misinterpret important signals. Failure to “notice” and take action can mean losing an important customer, getting edged out of a market, or even going to jail.

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Good article on personal and organisational blind-spots.

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The Secret of Effective Motivation: Purpose

The Secret of Effective Motivation: Purpose | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it

Each day our job is to translate our own personal or company objectives into meaningful ideas, strategies, and goals which people care about. And this means really listening to our people and understanding what makes them tick.

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"No matter how much money, fame, power, or achievement we strive for, our biggest motivations come from what is inside ourselves." ~ Josh Bersin

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