La dynamique des médias sociaux amplifient le besoin de qualités qui ont longtemps été un aliment de base d'un leadership efficace, telles que la créativité stratégique, la communication authentique, et la capacité de faire ...
Ces développements inédits (traduction : cette bonne vieille crise) exigent un niveau de créativité sans précédent – la créativité, qui, justement, devient plus importante que d'autres qualités de leadership comme la discipline, ...
Hi David, you might find this post interesting as it touches quite heavily on the lurker/engagement behaviour mentioned in one your most recent scoops, but more importantly looks at the benefits of collaboration on higher education.
Thanks Peter, very interesting and pleased to pass it on...
“The future belongs to those who see possibilities before they become obvious.” -John Scully Former CEO of Pepsi and Apple Computers The very act of leading and leadership requires a pioneer minds...
The very act of leading and leadership requires a pioneer mindset. One that allows you to exist, maneuver, and motivate in separate planes at simultaneous times. Leaders must apply consideration and thought to the parallels of the present and of the future…acknowledging the present as you cast vision for the future. It requires a ‘foveae’ of focus for leadership…the same ‘foveae’ or center of focus that allows an eagle to see both forward and to the side synchronously.
In much the same way that the ‘eye’ of the eagle has the ability to see forward and to the side simultaneously, a leader must be out front providing the path and direction for those they lead…while serving and supporting side by side at the same time. The push and pull of leading. Ahead and alongside. Much like the eagle that matches itself so closely in size and shape to the human eye, yet has the sharpness and strength of vision four times that of our very own.
Les membres de ma génération devaient trouver un travail, les jeunes doivent désormais le créer, écrit cet éditorialiste américain. Il est urgent de réformer l'enseignement pour mettre la capacité à innover au cœur du système.
"Knowledge Management professionals acknowledge that the two main types of knowledge are tacit and explicit. The differences between the two are vast, yet only one is the most important: tacit. Despite the fact that many Knowledge Management (KM) researchers believe that around 80% of organizational knowledge consists of tacit knowledge, there are far more KM tools available for capturing explicit knowledge. Why is this?"
social media trust factor When building an online persona and brand usually we start with the most basic aspects including over arching brand, logo, colors, core messages etc. All of these are foundational to success.
Here are some of the benefits of staying in the room:
There are a lot of reasons that aficionados call yoga a practice. One of the biggest is that it can be practice for the rest of your life. Staying in the room is an example of that. Whether it’s a 96 degree yoga classroom, a conference room where you’re hashing it out or a job that just got a lot harder, your life as a leader will regularly present choice points on whether or not you stay in the room.
Here are some of the benefits of staying in the room:
Where do you focus your impatience? Is it focused on your important things in life? Our life needs the right balance to keep our pace and stride focused.
Dividing our patience and impatience between unimportant and important life and leadership activities delivers a better view for us to absorb.
Routine – There are unimportant activities we need to do. In terms of life direction, they are the functional things we need to do, and we do them with a patient everyday mindset.
Release – These are the frustration points that unexpectedly land in our path. We need to take a more mindful approach to resolved them, breathing in and letting the impatience flow from our thoughts and actions. We cannot let them trip us up and get us off track.
Pace – For some of our important activities, we get riled up. We need to remember to put one foot in front of another. It is about movement, not just motion. It is about consistency of work and effort to achieve our goals and purpose. Scurrying around tires us out; consistent action delivers better results.
Stride – Life is a balance. We cannot become too patient in achieving our life purpose, as life may just pass us by. For the important things in our life, we need to gain and maintain our stride.
Brain scans find that the two modes are mutually exclusive. Logic and emotion tend to be considered as polar opposites. When feelings go up, logic goes down, so we'd better understand our feelings, and the effects they have on our decisions, actions, behaviours and lives!
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