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Forget Command and Control--Try Connect and Inspire

Forget Command and Control--Try Connect and Inspire | Embodied Leadership | Scoop.it
Without open, inclusive, collaborative leadership, innovation simply can't thrive.

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While there are certainly things leaders themselves can do to adapt their leadership style, individual change is not enough. We need to shift not only individual leaders but entire large organizations away from a culture of command and control to a more inclusive one that requires coordinated, sustained attention and commitment.

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John Michel's curator insight, June 25, 6:23 AM

Without open, inclusive, collaborative leadership, innovation simply can't thrive.

Lisa McCarthy's curator insight, June 25, 8:30 AM

While there are certainly things leaders themselves can do to adapt their leadership style, individual change is not enough. We need to shift not only individual leaders but entire large organizations away from a culture of command and control to a more inclusive one that requires coordinated, sustained attention and commitment.

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The Best Leaders Are Critical Thinkers

The Best Leaders Are Critical Thinkers | Embodied Leadership | Scoop.it
The best leaders, are the clever thinkers who are able to sizes things up, connect the dots, see the potential, and act decisively when no one else can.

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donhornsby's curator insight, November 20, 10:31 AM

Lead From Within: Be the leader who knows that nothing is as it seems. There is always uncertainty; there is always ambiguity. Be clever enough to size things up, connect the dots, see the potential, and act decisively when no one else can. 

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The Two Faces of Leadership - Jesse Lyn Stoner

The Two Faces of Leadership - Jesse Lyn Stoner | Embodied Leadership | Scoop.it

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Claude Emond's curator insight, November 19, 8:54 AM

«One face looks forward toward the future – because leadership is about going somewhere.The other face of leadership looks back at the people – at building organizational capacity and ensuring the people have what they need to move forward easily.» Jesse Lyn Stoner

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10 Brilliant Quotes From Warren Buffett, America's Second-Richest Person

10 Brilliant Quotes From Warren Buffett, America's Second-Richest Person | Embodied Leadership | Scoop.it
Bits of wisdom from a powerhouse in business.
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The Focused Leader - blogs.hbr.org (blog)

The Focused Leader - blogs.hbr.org (blog) | Embodied Leadership | Scoop.it
How effective executives direct their own—and their organizations’—attention
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8 Ways To Tell If Someone Is Not Leadership Material

8 Ways To Tell If Someone Is Not Leadership Material | Embodied Leadership | Scoop.it
 aIt can be a tough choice when deciding who to promote. Here are eight red flags.

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Cognitive Neuroscience and Leadership - a turning point in history

Cognitive Neuroscience and Leadership - a turning point in history | Embodied Leadership | Scoop.it
A CEO walks into a bar and ask's, "What's the difference between leadership today and leadership following the latest advances in neuroscience?" It sounds like the start of a joke, but in this case...
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10 ways to take charge of your leadership development

10 ways to take charge of your leadership development | Embodied Leadership | Scoop.it
If your company won't develop you, here are 10 things you can do to lead your own development.

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donhornsby's curator insight, October 30, 10:40 AM

(From the article): Start with yourself before you coach others. More and more organizations are saying that it’s the manager’s job to develop employees. However, in an organization where every manager is developing others and not developing themselves, you have to wonder if anyone is really developing at all. When you learn to take charge of your own development, you’ll be a role model and have more credibility when you show your employees how to take charge of their own development.

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Seven transitions good leaders must make - Training Journal

Seven transitions good leaders must make - Training Journal | Embodied Leadership | Scoop.it
Seven transitions good leaders must make
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There's no doubting the significant transitions that leaders go through in taking new roles.
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The Neuroscience of Agile Leadership

The Neuroscience of Agile Leadership | Embodied Leadership | Scoop.it
Why does having the overview and influence make us feel rewarded? How do we adapt better to change? And how can we shift mindsets to become more Agile?
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7 Habits Of Natural Leaders - Huffington Post

7 Habits Of Natural Leaders - Huffington Post | Embodied Leadership | Scoop.it
Successful leadership, like happiness, is one of those things that everyone claims to have the "secret" to. There are more than 27,000 leadership books on Amazon, thousands of seminars on leadership skills held in conference rooms across th...

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Lee Jones's curator insight, October 23, 3:18 PM

Simple straight forward portrait of leaders common traits

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» Reflections on Ethical, Embodied and Spiritual Leadership by Katalin Illes Executive Development blog

» Reflections on Ethical, Embodied and Spiritual Leadership by Katalin Illes Executive Development blog | Embodied Leadership | Scoop.it
Is spiritual-based leadership “fluffy”? Reflections on Ethical, Embodied and Spiritual Leadership by Katalin Illes
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#HR #RRHH New #Leadership Model Vital For The ‘Imagination Age’

#HR #RRHH New #Leadership Model Vital For The ‘Imagination Age’ | Embodied Leadership | Scoop.it
Leadership stories that will get your brain firing. So you can be awesome at work and in life.

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David Hain's curator insight, October 7, 5:47 AM

The ‘i4 Neuroleader Model‘ proposes a novel approach of looking at leadership, and a more cost-effective way to reawaken the leadership powers within us, by first identifying our inner abilities and then learning how to use them more effectively,” ~ Silvia Damiano

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Are You Ready to Get Creative?

Are You Ready to Get Creative? | Embodied Leadership | Scoop.it
A new Strategy& online survey helps you check your innovation proficiency.
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I don't believe we pay enough attention to organisation creativity, even though this is what keeps organisation competitive and moving forward.  I like the approach in this article, that is very similar to how OD would approach organisational analysis.

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Leadership Lesson From Walt Disney: Communicating a Vision

Leadership Lesson From Walt Disney: Communicating a Vision | Embodied Leadership | Scoop.it
“The more a vision can be expressed in a vivid, imaginative way, the more it will motivate people to action in the present.”What is the difference between good leadership and great leadership? Walt knew what he needed to do inspire and motivate his team to be as passionate about a project as he was. He had mastered the art of communicating his vision to his team.

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donhornsby's curator insight, November 19, 5:57 PM

“The more a vision can be expressed in a vivid, imaginative way, the more it will motivate people to action in the present.”

John Michel's curator insight, November 20, 4:59 PM

Despite facing many challenges and great adversity throughout his career, Walt couldn’t be swayed from his ideas. He was a trailblazer who forged ahead, consistently proving the naysayers and critics wrong.

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What Makes Someone an Engaging Leader

What Makes Someone an Engaging Leader | Embodied Leadership | Scoop.it
And how organizations can develop more of them.
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Research has shown that engaging leaders tend to have had early stretch experiences that shaped them; tend to share a set of beliefs about leading; and tend to exhibit certain behaviors that help to engage those around them.
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15 Qualities Of A Transformational Change Agent - Dr. Peter Fuda

15 Qualities Of A Transformational Change Agent - Dr. Peter Fuda | Embodied Leadership | Scoop.it
My colleagues and I are often asked to ‘decode’ the process of business transformation and provide the repeatable ‘formula’ for success. I guess this is understandable given that widely quoted statistic – you know the one – that 70% of all change efforts fail. In a way, this interest in our work is very humbling.… Read the rest of this post & join the discussion →
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Tactics Aren't Everything. Successful Leaders Master These 7 Points of Strategy

Tactics Aren't Everything. Successful Leaders Master These 7 Points of Strategy | Embodied Leadership | Scoop.it
Most people can't determine strategy from tactics. Here, Growth Guru Verne Harnish lays out his 7 Strata of Strategy sure to give you the competitive edge.

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donhornsby's curator insight, November 7, 9:49 AM

(From the article): It's hard to be unique, but you can identify rare valuable traits about your company that matter to your customers. What are the three things that your competitors can't do or won't do without great effort or expense? Hint: Customer Service is not a differentiator.

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10 Indispensable Leadership Models

10 Indispensable Leadership Models | Embodied Leadership | Scoop.it
GA summary of 10 of the best leadership models that every manager should learn.

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Claude Emond's curator insight, November 10, 9:58 AM

The SERVE model of Mark Miller and Ken Blanchard would make a nice addition to this list ! http://lnkd.in/dN39a4j 

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Why Top Young Managers Are in a Nonstop Job Hunt

Why Top Young Managers Are in a Nonstop Job Hunt | Embodied Leadership | Scoop.it
Business management magazine, blogs, case studies, articles, books, and webinars from Harvard Business Review, addressing today's topics and challenges in business management.
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8 Principles that will Change How You Think about Leadership Presence

8 Principles that will Change How You Think about Leadership Presence | Embodied Leadership | Scoop.it

Leadership presence is mysterious. Like charisma, authenticity, or influence, it can be hard to describe, yet we know it when we see it. Every senior leader wants more of this secret ingredient that distinguishes the leader of work from the leader of peop[le.


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How to Manage a Creative Organization - Scientific American

How to Manage a Creative Organization - Scientific American | Embodied Leadership | Scoop.it
Harvard Business School’s Linda Hill explains how to unleash “collective genius”
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Transformational Leadership - The Latest Thinking in Leading Effective Teams

Transformational Leadership - The Latest Thinking in Leading Effective Teams | Embodied Leadership | Scoop.it
Understand what Transformational Leadership is and how to use it to really drive people-centred success.

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John Thurlbeck, FCMI FRSA's curator insight, October 22, 4:23 AM

Great re-scoop from Susan Bainbridge - love the graphic illustration and the simple descriptions! True transformational leadership begins, in my view, with the people ... and ends with the people!

Claude Emond's curator insight, October 25, 12:06 AM

Praise for people-centered leaders

Deb Nystrom, REVELN's curator insight, October 29, 10:24 AM

There's nothing like the simplicity of a quadrant model to test your views of motivation and leadership, including transformational leadership, to boost us up and away from 20th century thinking that is no longer working well for us today.  ~  D

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How to Kill Creativity

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Gen Y less capable in leadership skills than Baby Boomers: Hudson, Life & Culture - THE BUSINESS TIMES

Gen Y less capable in leadership skills than Baby Boomers: Hudson, Life & Culture - THE BUSINESS TIMES | Embodied Leadership | Scoop.it
THE BUSINESS TIMES Life & Culture - WHILE members of Generation Y (born 1980-1994) are highly ambitious and socially confident, a new study says they are "severely lacking in traditional leadership skills"..

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Prof. Hankell's curator insight, October 12, 11:14 PM

Everyone is moving up a step. The leadership implications will need to be reckoned with...

Jorge Yinat, Ph.D., Principal Consultant at OpusUS Management Consulting, LLC.'s curator insight, October 16, 7:55 AM

One reason for Baby Boomers to stick around and continue to remain relevant in the work place, business formations, organizational development and critical thinking. There is no substitute for experience!   There still  much more to be done with coaching and mentoring of rising leaders and entrepreneurs . 

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Leadership is Learning Something New -

Leadership is Learning Something New - | Embodied Leadership | Scoop.it

Some people believe that leadership is all about knowing things. They expect leaders to be experts, to have all the information they need at their fingertips. They believe leaders should know things, or at least be able to find answers quickly. Not only facts and information, leaders really ought to know what is going to happen …


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The leaders who inspire me often act as if they do not know much about anything. They are open to listening to ideas they have not yet heard or analyzed. The inspiring leaders I know appreciate it is more motivating to ask questions than tell what they already know.

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Ron McIntyre's curator insight, September 30, 9:50 AM

This is a critical attribute of leadership.  Thanks for sharing Greg.