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10 Life Lessons People Learn Too Late

10 Life Lessons People Learn Too Late | Daneea Badio | Scoop.it
Practical Tips for Productive Living...

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7 Unusual Things Great Bosses Do

7 Unusual Things Great Bosses Do | Daneea Badio | Scoop.it
Great bosses do these things. The rest don't--because these simple gestures would never occur to them.Where employees are concerned, great leaders don't take.

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6 Things Extraordinarily Successful People Do

6 Things Extraordinarily Successful People Do | Daneea Badio | Scoop.it
You have great ideas and you're passionate about them. So where's your path to great success? Let these golden rules of successful entrepreneurs guide you.A successful entrepreneur can be defined and measured by a number of different standards.

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How alternative storytelling can help impact project evaluation

How alternative storytelling can help impact project evaluation | Daneea Badio | Scoop.it
Using digital technology to tell stories can help charities with impact assessment, says Kieron Kirkland...

 

Using stories to evaluate results? Quantitatively??!! You bet!!

Here is a fabulous article after my quantitative heart.

 

The author Kieron Kirkland talks about how the organization, Nominet Trust, worked with the org story company Cognitive Edge to capture stories and then have the story authors rank what their stories are about on a scale.

 

Once the story was captured, there were several types of scales the storytellers ranked their stories on -- generating big data!

 

See -- storytelling and evaluation can be done effectively if constructed properly.

 

This article goes hand-in-hand with newer qualitative evaluation processes for arts-based techniques (like storytelling) talked about in one of my favorite books, Method Meets Art; Arts-Based Research Practice by Patricia Leavy (2009).

 

If you struggle to connect stories about your projects to quantifiable results, then run to read this article. 

 

Having helped organizations articulate measures so they can see progress, the first critical area to tackle are which measures are going to be used that are the most meaningful, given the project's objectives. 

 

This article will give you several ideas for how to get started.

 

Enjoy!

 

This review was written by Karen Dietz for her curated content on business storytelling at www.scoop.it/t/just-story-it ;

 

[A must-read for storytellers who need an ROI ~ Jeff]


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Thought Leadership Leverage Daily

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Thought Leadership Leverage Daily , by Peter Winick: Deep Expertise in Helping Those With Deep Expertise (Thought Leadership Leverage Daily is out!

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Thought Leadership as a Core Marketing Platform

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Can thought leadership help companies build a solid foundation not only for marketing, but for the business overall?

 

SUMMARY: Rethinking thought leadership as a marketing platform - Thought leadership is transitioning from a complementary marketing option to its own holistic platform, Emily Jasper writes. Amazon's launch of the Kindle, in which early adopters were delivered the first models on the launch day via a UPS partnership, typifies the company's expansion of thought leadership to their brand shipping promise. Companies can make thought leadership a platform by re-evaluating their brand from top to bottom to spot opportunities to be the authority, Jasper writes.

 

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The Hidden Stories of Your Soul

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Don’t Take Anything Personally. Nothing others do is because of you. What others say and do is a projection of their own reality, their own dream.

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5 Ways To Win Any Negotiation

5 Ways To Win Any Negotiation | Daneea Badio | Scoop.it

If you’re a new small business trying to get off the ground, the ability to negotiate is crucial. You will have to make your arguments against much bigger, more powerful entities, so it’s essential that you know the science behind negotiation skills and how they affect the other party’s psyche.

 

Open Forum created an infographic to show what you need to come out on top.

 


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Management Skills: Helping your managers embrace their right to manage | 10 Minute Manager

Management Skills: Helping your managers embrace their right to manage | 10 Minute Manager | Daneea Badio | Scoop.it

So frequently the managers I work with seem to feel the need to gain permission to undertake probably the most important part of their role – managing their staff’s performance. They clearly know there are expectations of them as managers but they don’t feel they have somehow earned the right to manage.


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Great Leadership: 5 Big Ideas: What’s Next for Leadership Development?

Great Leadership: 5 Big Ideas: What’s Next for Leadership Development? | Daneea Badio | Scoop.it

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Why Most Leadership Development Efforts Fail

Why Most Leadership Development Efforts Fail | Daneea Badio | Scoop.it
George was seen as an up-and-coming leader in the organization.  People that worked for him liked and respected him.  Those in Senior Leadership saw his potential, so he was slated to attend the company’s leadership development workshop.

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Work Hard, Be Courageous, Celebrate Growth:Reflections on Pathways to the #CCSS #ccchat #edchat #commoncore

Work Hard, Be Courageous, Celebrate Growth:Reflections on Pathways to the #CCSS #ccchat #edchat #commoncore | Daneea Badio | Scoop.it
Thinking about the standards in math soon had me thinking about how the CCSS plays out in literacy, which had me dipping into the first two chapters of a book I bought in May called Pathways to the Common Core by Lucy ...

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TODAY’S LEADERSHIP MANTRA: Courage.

TODAY’S LEADERSHIP MANTRA: Courage. | Daneea Badio | Scoop.it
Courage, the mark of winners.

Everyday is a new challenge or have courage, is an essential quality of the road to success. There are times in life, or the courage can make the difference between life and death.

 

“Sometimes even to live is an act of courage.” ~Seneca

 

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Three Diversity "Best Practices" That Hurt Women

Three Diversity "Best Practices" That Hurt Women | Daneea Badio | Scoop.it
The issue of gender balance in corporations often seems unnecessarily complicated. A lot of the trouble has been caused by the legacy of a couple of decades of well-meaning but ineffective solutions.

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Change Your Perspective And Connect

Change Your Perspective And Connect | Daneea Badio | Scoop.it
I’d heard about our “pond beaver” for a year. My lovely bride (of 33 years) Diane has seen it. The neighbors have seen it. I’d never seen it, until this past Friday. Since I...

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Is Your Workforce Thinking: How Am I Going to Conquer the World Today?

Is Your Workforce Thinking: How Am I Going to Conquer the World Today? | Daneea Badio | Scoop.it
There is a continuum in management between “hard” and “soft.”
The “hard” is the management that makes plans, sets up structures and monitors performance. The “soft ” is the people-friendly management based on emotions.

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Getting the most juice from a government Yammer network

How are governments across the world using Yammer? How can Yammer be used it to it's full potential inside government?

 

[Quick, useful snapshot of how Yammer is proving useful in government applications ]


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The 10 most-followed thought leaders on LinkedIn | Articles | Main

The 10 most-followed thought leaders on LinkedIn | Articles | Main | Daneea Badio | Scoop.it
President Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney are on the list—but neither of them are No. 1. Care to guess who is?

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FIDH - Human Rights for All

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164 Human Rights Organisations throughout the world...


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How President Obama Should Choose His Leadership Team

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Barack Obama is once again the president of the United States. The first thing he should do is pick his leadership team — carefully.

 


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To empower students, let’s bring interactive learning tools into the classroom

To empower students, let’s bring interactive learning tools into the classroom | Daneea Badio | Scoop.it

The development of online, offline and hybrid learning environments, along with the spread of the flipped-classroom model, all fueled by the tremendous growth in ed-tech dedicated capital forces us to reevaluate student and instructor interactions when they are physically in the classroom.


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The Imperfect Balance Between Work and Life

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You can have it all. It just won't all be perfect.

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Change Management vs. Change Leadership -- What's the Difference? - Forbes

Change Management vs. Change Leadership -- What's the Difference? - Forbes | Daneea Badio | Scoop.it
John Kotter talks about the difference between change management and change leadership.

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A Great Team is the Sum of its Parts-Courageous Teambuilding Tips

A Great Team is the Sum of its Parts-Courageous Teambuilding Tips | Daneea Badio | Scoop.it

How we act and communicate sets the course for success or difficulty with our team and colleagues. Leading my example is critical. The most effective members of a team are those individuals who can accept both their strengths and weaknesses; using both to develop ===>proactive <=== success strategies. Great team leading is a component of any successful business or enterprise.

 

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http://justcoachit.com/blog/2011/09/08/team-building-tips/

 


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Most of the teams that I've participated with had active leaders, but few had active followers. Leading by Example works well when combined with active work on the Team's Dynamics

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Do You have the Courage to be Honest?

Do You have the Courage to be Honest? | Daneea Badio | Scoop.it

If honesty is really the best policy then why is there so much deception? And if we feel disrespected when someone isn’t honest with us, then how can we justify those little white lies and carefully crafted exaggerations?

 

If we expect other people to have the courage to be honest with us, then wouldn’t anything but honesty from us be promoting a double standard? Maybe it’s time to take a closer look at honesty and see if it really is the best policy.

 

Being honest about honesty

On the surface, the concept of honesty seems simple enough. All we have to do is tell the truth in every situation, right? Then why is it that otherwise truthful people will justify distorting the truth in certain situations? If being honest makes life simpler then why would anyone purposely complicate things by being even slightly dishonest?...


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