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EEmpathy in the Workplace: A Tool for Effective Leadership - Center for Creative Leadership

EEmpathy in the Workplace: A Tool for Effective Leadership - Center for Creative Leadership | Cross cultural leadership and coaching | Scoop.it

Empathy in the Workplace: A Tool for Effective Leadership
Empathy is positively related to a manager's job performance, according to data from some 6,730 managers in 38 countries. This white paper unveils the detail of CCL's research in this field.

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http://www.ccl.org/leadership/pdf/research/EmpathyInTheWorkplace.pdf

Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®) is a top-ranked, global
provider of executive education that unlocks individual and organizational
potential through its exclusive focus on leadership development and
research

 


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The role of corporations in Future Proofing Leadership - Lynda Gratton - The Future of Work

This has been very much a leadership couple of months for me – with the World Economic Forum Council on the ‘Future of Leadership’ and indeed our own research on leadership at the Future of Work Consortium.

Via David Hain
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In this article, Linda Gratton reflects on the outer and inner journey of leaders. Whist corporations are good at developing the "outer" part of leadership i.e. skills and capabilities, the "inner" side i.e. authentic leadership is often overcome. Can leadership coaching and internal mentoring shemes make a difference?

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"The Shift: How the Future of Work is Already Here" by Lynda Gratton

Work is a defining, all-consuming part of our lives. Now, more than ever, the speed at which the nature of work is changing is having an extraordinary impact on working lives everywhere. The Shift is Lynda Gratton's groundbreaking book which looks at the five forces that will fundamentally change the way we work in the next ten to fifteen years: globalisation, society, demography, technology and energy. It remains to be seen whether this will be a bad thing or a good thing. The invaluable advice that Lynda imparts, however, is that there are three key shifts that you as an individual can look to make to prepare yourself best in this fast-moving world of work!


Via Frank Vercleyen, Denis Pennel, HR Trend Institute
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