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It's Not About the Money – Motivation in Business | Small Business ...

It's Not About the Money – Motivation in Business | Small Business ... | Ethical Impact | Scoop.it
According to the report, motivation through money encourages self-serving, short-term behaviours rather than encouraging a lasting, long term bond. Instead of relying on money as the sole motivator, employers and bosses ...
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RSA Animate- drive_The surprising truth about what motivate us - 4 Translation(s) | Dotsub

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Executive summary: how to motivate

No cognitive tasks-> carrot and stick works fine

The moment people have to perform cognitive, creative tasks

motivate using a MAP- Mastery/Autonomy/Purpose


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Top 29 Best Ways to Stay Creative in Life Inspirational | All Infographics

Top 29 Best Ways to Stay Creative in Life Inspirational | All Infographics | Ethical Impact | Scoop.it

Infographics on being creative in life and inspiration with top 29 ways to be creative on success and startup exploring and researching ideas and concept...


Via Dr. Susan Bainbridge, João Greno Brogueira, Louise Robinson-Lay, Official AndreasCY
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Elisa Vivancos's comment, December 22, 2012 3:46 AM
http://allinfographics.org/top-29-best-ways-to-stay-creative-in-life-inspirational
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I need motivation to stay creative and this infographic by @all_infographic is a winner.

Ana Gea's curator insight, March 19, 2013 9:03 PM

Most importantly- Have fun & Finish something. 

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Cardinal negotiating information

1 Phases of a negotiation – your deals become a gem!

  • D-Distil Inform yourself, internally, externally, look for positions, interests, strategies, use the seven elements preparation tool of Harvard
  • E Embark Start the negotiation with positions, interests, visions, targets
  • A Argument Argument, decide on priorities
  • L Look into What is of value, explore, give proposals, alternatives
  • G Give & take Do some concessions from both sides
  • E End Install a deadlock of necesary
  • M Mark Come to an agreement

2 Phases of negotiation – dirty tricks

  • D Distil Throwing in some bait, warn for non existing dangers
  • E Embark Extreme point of view, take it or leave it, the ultimatum
  • A Argument Agenda manipulation, our standard conditions, change of persons, hesitation to decide, misusing deadline of others,
  • L Look into Good cop & bad cop, want but cant,
  • G Give & take salami technique, escalation of demands,
  • E End
  • M Mark Extreme position that is slowly becomming less extreme, as if negotiation, I don’t have authority, small incremental demand, differences in negotitation

3 The seven elements prep tool – c⊃2;arbon

  • C Commitment What will your commitment be next time?
  • C communication How will you communicate
  • A Alternatives What is your Alternative(s) besides this solution?
  • R Relation How is your relationship? Improvements?
  • B Based on needs What is your need?Need of other party?
  • O Options What options are available
  • N Norms Which standards, laws, contracts, rules
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Structure Your Presentation Like a Story

Structure Your Presentation Like a Story | Ethical Impact | Scoop.it

The most effective presenters use the same techniques as great storytellers: By reminding people of the status quo and then revealing the path to a better way, they set up a conflict that needs to be resolved. 


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Blue Ocean Strategy and Sustainability

Blue Ocean Strategy and Sustainability | Ethical Impact | Scoop.it
You have probably heard about or read Blue Ocean Strategy by W. Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgne. It has been translated into 42 languages and sold over 2 million copies – so it fair to say it has made quite a splash. The authors came in a second spot on the Thinkers 50 for 2011. Their ocean metaphor is compelling – most businesses form strategy to compete in the red ocean. There is intense competition and there’s blood in the water. The smart ones migrate to new market spaces – the blue ocean.

It is exciting to look at this book through the lens of sustainability. A central concept is value innovation. A part of the process is driving down costs and increasing customer benefits, creating a new market space. The sustainability connection is the social good created.


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Happiness, Motivation, and the Power of Purpose | ...In the Meantime

Happiness, Motivation, and the Power of Purpose | ...In the Meantime | Ethical Impact | Scoop.it

In recent weeks we've considered happiness from a variety of perspectives. What makes us happy, what doesn't, and why we're so bad at distinguishing between the two. Sometimes the answer's we've been offered has been ... Daniel Pink gives you the scientific info on the major difference between intrinsick and exentrick information!

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Motivation and Success Quotes, Part 3

Motivation and Success Quotes, Part 3 | Ethical Impact | Scoop.it
The third batch of 100 success and motivation quotes. Feel free to put any of them on the back of your business card. (Do the hard jobs first.
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Random Acts of Kindness | RAOK | Daily Quotes | Pay It Forward Quotes | Recovery Quotes | Motivational Quotes | Famous Quotations

Random Acts of Kindness | RAOK | Daily Quotes | Pay It Forward Quotes | Recovery Quotes | Motivational Quotes | Famous Quotations | Ethical Impact | Scoop.it

Daily pay it forward to bring up your spirits & someone else’s. We offer random acts of kindness and daily motivational quotes to enlighten you & another person’s day. Paying a random act of kindness boosts trust or restore it faster then ever before. Remember that trust is one of the biggest influencers on leadership. 

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Cialdini’s 6 Rules of Influence.. Pick your weapon wisely

Cialdini’s 6 Rules of Influence.. Pick your weapon wisely | Ethical Impact | Scoop.it

Robert Cialdini was a professor of psychology at Arizona State University until late 2009, when I believe he retired.


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Motivation - the surprising truth - Ecademy

A blog on motivation by Angus Whitton (Motivation - the surprising truth - @ecademy @LifestyleOnline http://t.co/jTCHveMK...)...
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It's Not About the Money – Motivation in Business | Small Business ...

It's Not About the Money – Motivation in Business | Small Business ... | Ethical Impact | Scoop.it
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An audience with Robert Cialdini

An audience with Robert Cialdini | Ethical Impact | Scoop.it
This week I had the honour of meeting one of my long-time literary heroes, Social Psychologist Dr. Robert Cialidini. If the name sounds familiar, it's probably because he practically invented the field of persuasion psychology.
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5 Types of Employees Bosses Hate (and How to Fix the Problem)

5 Types of Employees Bosses Hate (and How to Fix the Problem) | Ethical Impact | Scoop.it
If your employees cause you more stress than your clients, it's time to fix some employee problems. Here are some suggestions.
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Interesting for everyone who recognizes this really annoying colleagues

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Top 29 Best Ways to Stay Creative in Life Inspirational | All Infographics

Top 29 Best Ways to Stay Creative in Life Inspirational | All Infographics | Ethical Impact | Scoop.it

Infographics on being creative in life and inspiration with top 29 ways to be creative on success and startup exploring and researching ideas and concept...


Via Dr. Susan Bainbridge, João Greno Brogueira, Louise Robinson-Lay, Official AndreasCY
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Elisa Vivancos's comment, December 22, 2012 3:46 AM
http://allinfographics.org/top-29-best-ways-to-stay-creative-in-life-inspirational
Kathy Jordan's curator insight, February 10, 2013 11:27 AM

I need motivation to stay creative and this infographic by @all_infographic is a winner.

Ana Gea's curator insight, March 19, 2013 9:03 PM

Most importantly- Have fun & Finish something. 

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The Top Trust Busters That Dilute Your Credibility

The Top Trust Busters That Dilute Your Credibility | Ethical Impact | Scoop.it

"You wouldn’t deliberately dilute your own credibility. But it’s possible that some of your innocent behaviors are producing precisely that unintended consequence.

 

Credibility problems can come in the form of trust busters. Let’s consider two of the most common ones, along with their fixes that I call trust builders."

 

Trust Buster #1: Double Talk

Trust Builder #1: Clear the Fog

 

Trust Buster #2: Pulling Rank

Trust Builder #2: Drop the Pretense

 

Read the complete article for insightful details.


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14 must read Leadership books

  1. The power of a positive No - William Ury, PH.D.: As a leader you will probably have to say no a lots of times. Some leaders do effectively and other just mess things up. Willium Ury gives you a powerfull 3 step process to empower your no!

  2. Influence - Robert B. Cialdini:: Lead, inspire, influence...Elements that should normally blend in your leadership. The influencial shorcuts though which are triggered automatically are very well explained by Robert Cialdini. A must for everyone who needs more insight in influencing in an ethical way.
     
  3. People, Planet, Profit & Prophecy - Ilse C. ten Berge: Sustainable leadership is all what this is about. Some companies already made the mental switch and are rewarded by higher profit. Others just do the old " squeeze and profit" thing and lose in the long run. In this higly interesting economic times we need to reinvent the economy itself. The 4P model helps companies to make this leapfrog move to an new and sustainable economy!

  4. The 7 habits of higly effective people - Stephen R. Covey: I read this book over and over again on my traintrips to the various places where I needed to work. It inspired me, it helped me to get my priorities right. ( and apprantly not only me, over 15 million copies sold worldwide). Although Steven sometimes get the critique of haing too much "mormon" inspired thinking, I think this book has made a dramatique effect in business relationships and relationships in general.
     
  5. Priorities - Stephen R. Covey: I could say exactly the same as from book number 4. Must read when setting priorities is a challenge for you.
     
  6. 8 to be great - Richard St. John: What are the main characteristics of very succesfull people. What model can we adapt to be as successful as them. Very readable book, quick to learn. 8 cardinal traits for being succesful!

  7. The 8th habit, from efficiency to inspiration - S. R. Covey: Stephen goes on a journey to find why you are effective. it is all about discovering your own voice, staying with it  and promoting it for yourself and for the community you live in.It helps you unveiling your creativity and your real success.
     
  8. The emotionally Intelligent Manager - David R. Caruso & Pter Salovay: In short " learn to use your emotional skills to become a more effective manager". A book from 2 people who have really discovered the power of e-motions!
     
  9. Social Intelligence - Daniel Goleman: Mr Goleman expands his view on emotional intelligence through this book. He claims that we are really wired to connect. The book helps you with massive scientific data on how people really connect, uncounsciously to eachother. For those who think that emotional intelligence is a soft skill and fuzyy!
     
  10. Primal Leadership, Learning to lead with emotional intelligence - Daniel Goleman: My favourit author on leadership, this time integrates emotional intelligence as a cardinal competency for leaders.


 

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How to Stop So You Can Start

How to Stop So You Can Start | Ethical Impact | Scoop.it

Sometimes, we persist with actions or activities that we would have stopped long ago, if we were to have stepped back and realised we were getting nowhere.

 

Being too close or too committed, leads to denial and ongoing persistence, in the face of mounting evidence that a particular course of action is not delivering the required returns.

 

This excellent short article, suggests that to find your best you need to let go of your mediocrity, and it suggests ways to stop what isn't working for you in order to redirect your efforts.


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The Many Faces of Motivation « “Engineering Management Thought ...

A thorn in every manager's side is the very smart employee who is just not self-motivated, at least not with any consistency. When they are engaged, they are spectacular and provide brilliance that is not matched by any other ...
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Secret of succes and impact on your life?

"One reason so few of us achieve what we truly want is that we never direct our focus; we never concentrate our power. Most people dabble their way through life, never deciding to master anything in particular". - Anthony Robbins

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Is Robert Cialdini socially influential?

Is Robert Cialdini socially influential? | Ethical Impact | Scoop.it
I am currently re-reading Robert Cialdini’s ‘Influence – The Psychology of Persuasion’, in which he writes about 6 principles: consistency reciprocation social proof authority liking scarcity I won...
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A New Look at Leadership and Emotional Intelligence | Psychology Today

A New Look at Leadership and Emotional Intelligence | Psychology Today | Ethical Impact | Scoop.it
Despite the considerable research from psychology and neuroscience, leaders who are clearly deficient in emotional intelligence continue to be recruited, chosen and promoted in organizations.

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Tracy Saville's comment, July 2, 2012 1:27 PM
The core of my work in the world revolves around emotional intelligence - waking people up to their own mastery or lack thereof. In West Point Global Leadership conferences, in top brass leadership programs across all military branches of the world, and in Harvard curriculum board meetings, or the UN training grounds for top foreign affairs negotiators you'll find a visible, 50% or better concentration on the internal workings of a human being in leadership development.

The world's challenges and our human progress and evolution is dependent upon our ability to finally accept that EQ mastered is critical to everything at every level when it comes to human experience. Hitler lacked it entirely, and it could be said that deeply rhetoric-inspired dogma junkies such as the Tea Party or fundamentalist Christians who believe others will go to Hell for not believing in their version of the bible are deficient in the EQ department.

In Aaron Sorkin's words in his new series The Newsroom, thanks Psychology Today for throwing truth at stupid. It isn't a question of difficult as much as it is a question of dangerous. It is downright self-defeating and dangerous to continue to allow emotionally unintelligent people lead anything.

It ought to be a pre-requisite for having a baby, driving a car, getting married, starting a company, leading anything, including the Boy Scouts, and for the love of Gaia or whatever God or gods you worship, please oh please make it rule that every person who runs for elected office in the world ought to have to pass an EQ test. Daniel Goleman….you’re our man.

I don't normall espouse this aggressively, but it's time to get on with it.
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Constructive advice for motivating employees | Business Productivity

Constructive advice for motivating employees | Business Productivity | Ethical Impact | Scoop.it
In this article you will learn some basics about motivation and get some key tips for how to motivate employees.
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The psychology of persuasion – because

The psychology of persuasion – because | Ethical Impact | Scoop.it
I believe a lot of expertise about how people change their minds and their behavior resides in the selling and advertising and industries.
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Wielding Influence: 5 Problems and 6 Solutions - iMedia Connection (blog)

Wielding Influence: 5 Problems and 6 Solutions - iMedia Connection (blog) | Ethical Impact | Scoop.it
Wielding Influence: 5 Problems and 6 SolutionsiMedia Connection (blog)Like “engagement,” the word “influence” in marketing means so many things that it's at risk of meaning nothing.
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