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Trust, Communication, and Leadership: The Three Laws of Influence

Trust, Communication, and Leadership: The Three Laws of Influence | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
Leaders in all walks of life want to be trusted. However, while some leaders naturally excel at creating trust in their ranks, others never feel at ease with it.
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Run Shorter, More Frequent Meetings | Business 2 Community

Run Shorter, More Frequent Meetings | Business 2 Community | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
Every day in corporate America there are roughly 71 million meetings taking place.
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Leaders of Game: What does leadership mean to you? - March Madness® Video Hub

Leaders of Game: What does leadership mean to you? - March Madness® Video Hub | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
The Official Website of the NCAA, part of Turner Sports Digital, part of the Turner Sports & Entertainment Digital Network. The most comprehensive coverage of NCAA Athletics on the web. (March Madness!
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The Magic of Leadership – Converting

The Magic of Leadership – Converting | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
One of the magical aspect of leadership is the work of converting - thoughts to actions, plans to actions, actions to results.
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Mary Perfitt-Nelson's curator insight, February 5, 2013 7:00 PM

We must come out of the clouds and put "feet' to concepts so that people can implement tomorrow.  

Mercor's curator insight, February 7, 2013 9:48 AM

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Gloria Inostroza De Celis's curator insight, February 9, 2013 2:54 PM

 

  Ideas que valen la pena de tener siempre en cuenta.

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5 Things Really Influential People Do

5 Things Really Influential People Do | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
Want to make a real difference in people's lives? You'll need to learn to do these five things.
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These may not be the only five things or even the best, but they are a start.

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Resolve: Have It, Use It

Resolve: Have It, Use It | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it

The resolution time of the year has arrived. We resolve to:

 

Do differently

Do more

Do less

Do this

Do that

 

Although I believe in making principles and values a verb, in this case, a noun may be better. We need to have resolve.


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Joe Boutte's comment, January 3, 2013 9:11 PM
A few years ago I created a Power Point slide with the following items:
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Think, Think Critically, Think Differently, Think Creatively, but Just Think.
Joe Boutte's comment, January 3, 2013 9:12 PM
I like the DO list! Thanks.
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The Top 25 Blogs Christian Leaders Need To Be Reading In 2013

The Top 25 Blogs Christian Leaders Need To Be Reading In 2013 | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
The following is my list of the Top 25 Blogs that Christian Leaders Need To Be Reading In 2013.  The following are the criteria in which these great sites were chosen:   Christian leaders read blog...
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Ken Morrison's comment, July 16, 2013 8:04 AM
HI Joe. Thanks for following my topic. I hope that it is helpful for you. I'm glad that I found your site and I will return! I like what I see here.
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IGI Global: Call for Chapter Details

IGI Global: Call for Chapter Details | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
Call for Chapters: Identity and Leadership in Virtual Communities: Establishing Credibility and Influence http://t.co/v7hPXXqX #gamemooc
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A Quick Note On Teacher Advocates, Activists, and Leaders > The Future of Teaching

A Quick Note On Teacher Advocates, Activists, and Leaders > The Future of Teaching | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
RT @chrislehmann: RT @thejlv: In case you missed it: A Quick Note On Teacher Advocates, Activists, and Leaders http://t.co/dN8i4iFs #leadership #edchat
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The #1 Reason Leadership Development Fails - Forbes

20 differences between training & development: 12. Training encourages compliance – Development emphasizes performance. http://t.co/5PLznZck
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"Don’t train leaders, coach them, mentor them, disciple them, and develop them, but please don’t attempt to train them"

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TED Talk - Drew Dudley: Everyday leadership

TED Talks 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.

Via Vicky Ellam-Dyson
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Great story about how important influence is in everyday life in helping others think and act differently. More importantly, leadership is about getting things done through relationships and interactions with people that are talented and skilled, even when they don't yet realize it.

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Vicky Ellam-Dyson's curator insight, December 17, 2012 1:59 PM

Short, sharp, fun story illustrating how we can change the course of peoples lives. A different way of thinking about leadership...

Merdrignac Soizic's curator insight, December 18, 2012 6:08 AM

Une présentation efficace et amusante  sur le leadership au quotidien. Accepter une sucette de la part d'un étranger peut avoir des répercussions inattendues!

Joe Boutte's comment, December 18, 2012 6:30 AM
Great story about how important influence is in everyday life in helping others think and act differently. More importantly, leadership is about getting things done through relationships and interactions with people that are talented and skilled, even when they don't yet realize it.
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The Most Common Way Management Abdicates Leadership | Social Enterprise Today

The Most Common Way Management Abdicates Leadership | Social Enterprise Today | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
The Most Common Way Management Abdicates Leadership http://t.co/GgzbfEaF via @socbiz2day #hr #socialhr
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Leadership means taking responsibility and influencing people to achieve success in accomplishing organizational as well as personal missions.

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What Great Leaders Have That Good Leaders Don't

What Great Leaders Have That Good Leaders Don't | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
The difference between good and great leadership can be expressed in a single word: loyalty.
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The Worst Leadership Tragedy

The Worst Leadership Tragedy | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
The worst leadership tragedy is pissing away your potential. Stop insulting your Maker, degrading yourself, and disrespecting the people around you by wasting inborn aptitudes and abilities. Neglec...
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Chick-fil-A Leadercast 2013

Chick-fil-A Leadercast 2013 | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
Chick-fil-A® Leadercast® is a one-day leadership event broadcast LIVE from Atlanta, GA to hundreds of locations around the world.
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The New Way to Win Super Bowls: Leadership Lessons of the NFL’s Cutting Edge Coaches | TIME.com

The New Way to Win Super Bowls: Leadership Lessons of the NFL’s Cutting Edge Coaches | TIME.com | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
49ers Coach Jim Harbaugh and Ravens Coach John Harbaugh may have captured the world’s attention in the run-up to this Super Bowl because they’re brothers who hail from a coaching dynasty. But there’s a much better reason to watch them: their...
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We could all learn something from this guy.

We could all learn something from this guy. | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
We could all learn something from this guy. (WOW - one truly amazing man making a huge difference... http://t.co/j42FlBjK)
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Service to others is always leadership!

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Vision, Path, and Leadership

Vision, Path, and Leadership | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
As a single footstep will not make a path on the earth, so a single thought will not make a pathway in the mind. To make a deep physical path, we walk again and again. To make a deep mental path, w...
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Bend, Not Break: Leadership Lessons For Resilience Amid Struggle

Bend, Not Break: Leadership Lessons For Resilience Amid Struggle | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
When you speak with Ping Fu, the cofounder and CEO of 3-D software company Geomagic, you may not realize just how remarkable she is. Her company profile is impressive--Inc.
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Wanted: Leaders in government

Who is going to fill the leadership void in DC?

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Examples of leadership are hard to identify these days in Washington.  The fiscal cliff demonstrates what happens when politicians act strictly as politicians and not as leaders.  I'm looking for some decent examples of everyday leadership from our so-called elected "leaders".  Do you know of any?

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The year’s best leadership moments
The instances of leadership done right are few and far between, but here are five …http://t.co/eIlDfF0c
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We Wait Too Long to Train Our Leaders

We Wait Too Long to Train Our Leaders | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it

Years ago, I was involved with a firm that experimented with teaching leadership principles to elementary school children. We were introducing the same skills to 3rd and 4th graders that we teach managers in large corporations. These nine- and ten-year-olds had no trouble understanding such concepts as the importance of preserving self-confidence in your colleagues or the dangers of focusing on personalities. In fact, they lost no time in applying the principles to their parents (who are, after all, their immediate supervisors). I can't help smiling when I think of a 3rd grader informing her parents that they were not focusing on the problem, but only on the person. From this we concluded that it's never too early to teach leadership skills.


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Never to early to learn responsibility....

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David Hain's curator insight, December 19, 2012 2:23 AM

Spot on!  We should start to train leaders at school...

donhornsby's curator insight, December 19, 2012 8:40 AM

(From the Article): For as long as I can recall, there have been those who have observed, "With all the money and effort being spent on leadership development programs, why don't we have better leaders?" The answer to that question is obviously complex, but could a part of the answer be that we have simply waited too long to develop these skills? It may be possible to teach old dogs new tricks, but there's no question that the sooner you begin, the easier it is.

Joe Boutte's comment, December 20, 2012 8:20 AM
It's all about relationships. May be a useful approach for mitigating cultural problems that lead to extreme acts. It's never too early to teach responsibility. Thanks for scooping!
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Leadership Note To Self: What Can I Control? - Millennial CEO | Millennial CEO

Leadership Note To Self: What Can I Control? - Millennial CEO | Millennial CEO | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
Many leaders and executives get caught up in looking to reasons outside of their control for answers. But first we must control what we can! (Leadership Note To Self: What Can I Control?
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Keep your house in order.  Focusing on the issues, challenges, and opportunities that a leader has influence is more important than focusing on the issues, challenges, and opportunities outside a leader's  influence.

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Consider Not Setting Goals in 2013

Consider Not Setting Goals in 2013 | Everyday Leadership | Scoop.it
Goals have counterproductive side effects. There's a better way to hold yourself accountable. (RT @MENABridge: NICE: @HarvardBiz: Don't set goals this year.
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