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This Is Why Your Startup Plan Needs To Include HR

This Is Why Your Startup Plan Needs To Include HR | Le Zinc de Co | Scoop.it

Startups get a lot of advice. And for good reason–there are millions of decisions to be made as you begin the journey of building a company.

Some of the advice is clear-cut, and some less so. One of the most confusing piece of advice is perhaps the question of when and how a company should add HR or People functions.

There are a lot of reasons why this is particularly contentious territory.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, June 29, 6:40 PM

If you’re only thinking about it when there’s a team conflict, it’s probably too late.

Halpern & Associates's curator insight, July 3, 8:39 AM
A small business can be a tricky business. Let Halpern and Associates help you. 
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Wealth in the information is in front of you 
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The Agile Model comes to Management, Learning, and Human Resources

The Agile Model comes to Management, Learning, and Human Resources | Le Zinc de Co | Scoop.it

Over the last five years the business of software development has been totally transformed by the concepts of agile development. So is the business of Management and Human Resources.


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Don't Be a Leader: Just Lead

Don't Be a Leader: Just Lead | Le Zinc de Co | Scoop.it

There are leaders and there are those who lead. Leaders hold a position of power or authority, but those who lead inspire us. Whether they're individuals or organizations, we follow those who lead, not because we have to, but because we want to. We follow those who lead, not for them, but for ourselves.

 

- Simon Sinek

The idea of being a leader always appealed to me. I held my first management position at 22, leading a small production team in a bookbindery. I loved being in charge--making decisions and trying to motivate my team. But one day, I heard a comment I've never forgotten. After chastising a line worker for a mistake, he snapped back:

You know, you're the type of manager the rest of us hate.


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There are leaders and there are those who lead. Leaders hold a position of power or authority, but those who lead inspire us. Whether they're individuals or organizations, we follow those who lead, not because we have to, but because we want to. We follow those who lead, not for them, but for ourselves.

 

- Simon Sinek

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Dr. Deborah Brennan's curator insight, May 14, 2015 7:25 PM

schools, especially struggling schools, need leaders who others chose to follow.  Leaders who are not nclusive, who listen, who admit mistakes, and care profoundly about the people in the school...they have a vision for learning and inspire others to follow them through the hard work of school improvement.  This is something each leader must develop for themselves in order for them to authentic...one just can't follow a book or mimic someone else.  Leadership must be developed through the hard work and dedication of an individual who wants to spire greatness in others.

David Bell's curator insight, May 15, 2015 3:56 PM

Powerful concept, and it rings true in practice.

Ian Berry's curator insight, May 15, 2015 10:22 PM

I like the 6 suggestions. It actually comes down to this. If you want to be a better leader, become a better human being