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Creating Law and Order: Leading with Discipline

Creating Law and Order: Leading with Discipline | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
Are you leading with discipline? Does this type of leader describe you? You actually enjoy routine. In fact, if there is no structure, you create one. After all, routines promote efficiency, high productivity, and accuracy, right?
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Discipline to persevere and persist through the everyday challenges is  indispensable in leadership at all levels.

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Pope Francis Calls for Action on Climate Change

Pope Francis Calls for Action on Climate Change | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
His first encyclical is a powerful plea for the environment
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Whether you agree with the Pope or not, he leads everyday!  

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5 Idea-Related Leadership Mistakes You Can't Afford To Make

5 Idea-Related Leadership Mistakes You Can't Afford To Make | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
Virtually all leaders say they champion the development of new ideas. But do your actions as a leader consciously encourage the creation of new ideas - or unconsciously suppress them?

Via Anne Leong, Mark E. Deschaine, PhD, Dean J. Fusto, Elysian Training
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Everyday leadership includes making everyday mistakes. The key to leadership is learning from the mistakes and not repeating the mistakes.  Victor Lipman describes five leadership mistakes we can't afford to make in this short article from Forbes Magazine.

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Graeme Reid's curator insight, June 15, 1:07 AM

The best leaders recognize that the best ideas come from smart insightful people.

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Michelle Obama Talks About Race and Success, and Makes It Personal

Michelle Obama Talks About Race and Success, and Makes It Personal | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
The first lady has been opening up about her own struggles and the “insults and slights” that even living in the White House has not protected her family from.
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I appreciate her honesty and insight as a leader in the spotlight. Her life is an example of the American narrative we know as the American Dream. Unfortunately, even the American Dream has rough spots along the way. The First Lady's frank speeches at recent commencements exemplify the courage needed for her everyday leadership.
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Everyday leadership

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We have all changed someone’s life -- usually without even realizing it. In this funny talk, Drew Dudley calls on all of us to celebrate leadership as the everyday act of improving each other’s lives.

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The essence of everyday leadership is improving life. 

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Leadership and Business Coaching is a Brisbane based firm offering leadership and business training to business owners, managers and their teams To find out more, watch the below...
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Celebrating leadership - Washington Times Herald

Celebrating leadership - Washington Times Herald | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
A special graduation took place Wednesday evening in the Daviess County Courthouse when the inaugural class of Leadership Daviess County received their certificates during a special ceremony that featured Indiana Sen.
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Baltimore Riots Tragedy Is a Cry for Transformative Leadership - US News

Baltimore Riots Tragedy Is a Cry for Transformative Leadership - US News | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
Solving the social problems behind the Baltimore riots requires the sort of politicians we don't have.
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In the wake of the riots we see examples of everyday leadership from the people of Baltimore who refuse to be characterized by the lawless behavior of some their youth.  Examples of humanity and community continue to emerge.  Although the press seems to want to focus on the sensational, the quiet leaders of Baltimore persevere amongst the noise to repair and rebuild.  New leaders will emerge and the press will go away, but it's  the everyday, and sometimes, nameless leaders that will transform Baltimore and other urban hotspots.  Additionally, the police departments are filled with everyday leaders who build bridges with the community one person at a time.  Hopefully, the press will start highlighting the "better angels" of Baltimore, citizens and law enforcement officers.  It's the right thing to do!  Here are some highlights from the US News article that I find encouraging or transformative:

 

- "Riots can also serve as a powerful contrast for the goodness in humans – and we all cheered for the mother who disciplined her son for joining the rioters. "

 

- "We were all grateful for the construction workers who brought materials from their job site to board up broken storefront windows. We all respected the citizens of Baltimore who lined up beside the cops to send a message: This must stop now."

 

- "Those who are too assured, whose comments are too rooted in the one-note tune of blame, aren’t leaders."

 

- "If we cannot produce leaders who can connect with the people, the cycle of human conflict will continue in the U.S. Old wounds won’t heal. Fighting will persist. The desire for transformative leadership has never been so palpable, or so remote."

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Rob Duke's curator insight, May 1, 7:29 PM

Some faciliitation between community leaders and their administrators is needed.

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How Emotional Intelligence Became a Key Leadership Skill

How Emotional Intelligence Became a Key Leadership Skill | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it

An understanding of what exactly constitutes emotional intelligence is important not only because the capacity is so central to leadership but because people strong in some of its elements can be utterly lacking in others, sometimes to disastrous effect.

Still, it is sign that the field is reaching a certain level of maturity that we are beginning to see some counterarguments. Most notably, a Wharton professor, Adam Grant, who in his own research has reported a lack of correlation between scores on tests of emotional intelligence and business results. While Goleman and others contest his methods, Mayer himself pointed out in 2002 HBR article that “emotional intelligence isn’t the only way to attain success as a leader. A brilliant strategist who can maximize profits may be able to hire and keep talented employees even if he or she doesn’t have strong personal connections with them.” But building those strong connections is still probably a safer bet than ignoring them.


Via David Hain
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I believe that EI is more than a skill, but more of an understanding of every aspect of leadership or human nature.  At its core, EI is about people and recognizing their emotions and how to channel that energy using the skills of influence to create human energy that results in products, excellent service, innovation, ideas, and profits, to name a few outcomes.

 

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David Hain's curator insight, May 1, 4:31 AM

Building connections has to be a critical 21C business, life and community skill.

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David N. Dinkins Leadership & Public Policy Forum | Columbia | SIPA

David N. Dinkins Leadership & Public Policy Forum | Columbia | SIPA | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
Named for the 106th mayor of the nation's largest city and the first African American mayor elected in New York City, the David N. Dinkins Leadership and Public Policy Forum provides a vehicle for analysis, focus and dialogue around the dynamic elements of urban policies, programs, and initiatives.
For the past 20 years, this annual forum has addressed many of the challenging issues including education, the environment, labor, tourism, immigration and fiscal crises that successful and urban ecosystems must contend with.
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'Next Big Thing Summit' with Don Tapscott - Keynote notes | #ConnectAU15

'Next Big Thing Summit' with Don Tapscott - Keynote notes  |  #ConnectAU15 | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
The Next Big Thing Summit is one of eight summits within the huge Connect Expo in Melbourne, 21-22 April 2015. My notes from Don Tapscott's keynote. He's launching a 20th edition of The Digital Eco...
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Texas A&M Pat Tillman Scholar is Making a Difference in the Community - KBTX

Texas A&M Pat Tillman Scholar is Making a Difference in the Community - KBTX | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
With Texas A&M's rich military history, there are countless stories about Aggies who served their country. One student never served a day in the military, but is becoming a hero in a different way.
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Leadership is fundamentally about making a difference.

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The Leadership of Sir Winston Churchill

The Leadership of Sir Winston Churchill | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
Winston Churchill is often held up as the epitome of strong leadership, the kind that was required as countries across the globe struggled through WWII.
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"You have enemies? Good! It means that you have stood up for something, sometime in your life."

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5 Daily Habits of Great Leaders

5 Daily Habits of Great Leaders | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
Great leaders separate themselves from the pack in distinct ways. Here are five of them!

Via donhornsby
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Always learn something new, everyday!  A new thing helps to change an old problem and creates better ways to get the job done.  Good leaders recognize that the "new thing" comes from their team and staying connected with them is the best way to learn and lead everyday.   Try it and see what you learn and share it!

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donhornsby's curator insight, March 26, 8:46 AM

Even though there are no shortcuts to leadership, there are a handful of daily habits that all great leaders share, and adopting those habits can get you closer to your ultimate goals.

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Women at work: Everyday leadership

Women at work: Everyday leadership | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
Expert Sally Ward shares steps that will develop skills for outstanding leadership.
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Be bold, humble, and unselfish everyday...

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Leadership Lessons from Children

“Philosopher's Stone New Video on Leadership.”
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Ideal, unvarnished perspectives on leadership.
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Five TED Talks that will change the way you work

Five TED Talks that will change the way you work | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
The TEDWomen conference opens today in California. To mark the occasion, we’ve compiled some of our favourite videos from TED’s most inspiring speakers
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Leadership By Virtue: Inspiring others

Leadership By Virtue: Inspiring others | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
the word inspire means ‘to give someone the enthusiasm to do or create something.’
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Making the Grade: International study tours helps students' perspective - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Making the Grade: International study tours helps students' perspective - Atlanta Journal Constitution | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
Those “what I did during the break” compositions have become substantially more intriguing for students in the upper school at Pace Academy in Buckhead.
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Serving is always a part of leadership and the best way to prepare to lead by gaining experience and working with others.

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How You Make Decisions Is as Important as What You Decide - blogs.hbr.org (blog)

How You Make Decisions Is as Important as What You Decide - blogs.hbr.org (blog) | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
So get your process right.
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Everyday leadership integrates the following three statements regarding leaders and decision making from the article.

 

A variable cluster analysis found strong agreement with the following three statements as the behaviors that distinguished decision making with leader-like accountability and ingenuity:

Before making a decision at a critical time, I invested time and effort to explore multiple perspectives, needs, and ideas through a proactive dialogue with experts and stakeholders.During the decision-making act, I weighed a variety of options.Then, after making the decision, I explained it fully to all stakeholders to reduce the stress of change among those affected.

I would put it this way"

-Gather information, people, and ideas (Do the homework)

-Compare and contrast options, including risks.

-Make the decision

-Explain the decision:  communicate, communicate, communicate

 

Great blog article!

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India demonstrated its global leadership in Yemen, Nepal: US envoy

India demonstrated its global leadership in Yemen, Nepal: US envoy | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
New Delhi, Apr. 28 (ANI): United States Ambassador Richard Rahul Verma on Tuesday said that India has demonstrated its global leadership through its rescue and relief efforts in earthquake-hit Nepal.
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Awards Ceremony In Philadelphia Honors Females Making A Difference In ... - CBS Local

Awards Ceremony In Philadelphia Honors Females Making A Difference In ... - CBS Local | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
Among the 13 categories, there are trophies for educator of the year and best product.
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Everyday leadership is genderless!  Leaders come in all sizes, ages, colors, and genders and I'm glad about!

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What the U.S. Marine Corps taught a female officer about leading

What the U.S. Marine Corps taught a female officer about leading | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
Serving in an organization that is 94 per cent men provides some valuable insight into leadership
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Always be yourself!

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How Leaders Filter Out Negative Self-Talk

How Leaders Filter Out Negative Self-Talk | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
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A strange thing happened on our way to our second consecutive Super Bowl
victory in Seattle. On first and goal on the one yard line, with just
seconds remaining, Russell Wilson threw an interception. The air in Seattle
was instantly sucked out of our city. Talk about heartbreak. Defeat is
always toughest when you are one inch away from victory. The following
hours, days and in some cases weeks, were consumed with "whys" and
"what-ifs," reliving and rehashing t
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"Regret is an appalling waste of time and energy. You can't move forward if you are dragging around your past."

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