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Build Your Brand as a Relationship

Build Your Brand as a Relationship | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
It’s not a one-way conversation anymore.
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It has always been about the relationship.

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The Importance of Meaning in the Workplace

The Importance of Meaning in the Workplace | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
The ADP Research Institute recently completed its 2016 Evolution of Work study, which analyzed key factors transforming the global workplace. They identified five basic human needs that today’s workers are looking for: freedom, knowledge, stability, self-management and meaning.

Most businesses understand the importance of providing stability and learning and development opportunities. But that doesn’t always factor in the need for meaning, freedom and self-management. As leaders of a global workforce, it’s essential that we provide these values in order to build a team of great employees who are enthusiastic about their work and workplace.

Via David Hain
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Some excellent points being made in this article.

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David Hain's curator insight, May 10, 9:20 AM

Socualising meaning - arguably the key role of leaders in the VUCA world?

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What The New Trade Secrets Law Means For U.S. Companies

President Obama is expected to sign a measure that recognizes the growing competitive value of confidential information.
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It's about time we get some consistency in this area but it does require some very intentional action on the part of companies wanting to protect trade secrets.

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How to Clean Up Your Company Culture the Right Way

How to Clean Up Your Company Culture the Right Way | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
Is your company culture a mess? In need of a lot of care and nurturing? Here’s how to clean it up the right way.
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A Hacker Gave Away 272M Credentials from Pretty Much Every Email Provider

A Hacker Gave Away 272M Credentials from Pretty Much Every Email Provider | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
The discovery of stolen usernames and passwords from various big name email providers – Gmail, Yahoo Mail, etc. – also affects a majority of users o
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If this doesn't set the stage for recommending regular changing of passwords I don't know what will. 

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Who Needs a Boss?

Who Needs a Boss? | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
Worker co-ops might be the key to alleviating inequality, if only someone would give them a loan.
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Very interesting discussion, is there a trend taking place here?  May be worth reviewing for some industries.

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Innovation Excellence | Six Levers for Solving the Corporate Innovation Problem™ – Part 2

Innovation Excellence | Six Levers for Solving the Corporate Innovation Problem™ – Part 2 | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
This is the second part of a three-part article series from Rob Munro and Frank Mattes.
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What do you think?  Worth discussion?

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The Dark Side of Collaboration

The Dark Side of Collaboration | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
Collaboration has been a buzzword of management gurus for the last 30 years. Countless articles have extolled the virtue of bringing together divers
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Excellent discussion of a topic often ignored in businesses.  Well worth the read.

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, May 5, 10:06 AM
What we often think of as working together (collaborating) often leads to groupthink and minimal impact as creativity is negatively impacted. The word collaborate means to work with the enemy which suggests we give up our ideas for the sake of supposedly keeping the waters smooth. It leads to compliance and low morale. Strong leadership would seek out the dissenting voices and allow them to speak openly creating open dialogue. Listening to each other would become key.
Ian Berry's curator insight, May 8, 2:37 AM
Having meeting free time the best piece of advice in this piece
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6 Ways Every Company Can Fight Ransomware Attacks

6 Ways Every Company Can Fight Ransomware Attacks | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
While it's impossible to completely eliminate ransomware vulnerability, these six steps will reduce the risk of falling victim to ransomware attacks and being hacked in general.
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In the press everyday but I feel there are few businesses or individuals who are actually paying attention.  It may cost you.

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The Future of Management Is Teal

The Future of Management  Is Teal | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
Organizations are ready for their next evolutionary step: a step toward self-management, wholeness, and a new sense of purpose.
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The Real Power of Platforms Is Helping People Self-Organize

The Real Power of Platforms Is Helping People Self-Organize | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
Centralized planning is no longer required.
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Are You a Strong Leader? Answer These 3 Questions and Find Out

Are You a Strong Leader? Answer These 3 Questions and Find Out | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it

When I looked at the data, I learned that the feedback sandwich doesn’t taste as good as it looks.

Problem 1: the positives fall on deaf ears. When people hear praise during a feedback conversation, they brace themselves. They’re waiting for the other shoe to drop, and it makes the opening compliment seem insincere. You didn’t really mean it; you were just trying to soften the blow.

Problem 2: if you avoid that risk and manage to be genuine about the positives, they can drown out the negatives. Research shows that primacy and recency effects are powerful: we often remember what happens first and last a conversation, glossing over the middle. When you start and end with positive feedback, it’s all too easy for the criticism to get buried or discounted.

Giving a compliment sandwich might make the giver feel good, but it doesn’t help the receiver.

Instead, try these four steps to make your criticism feel constructive:


Via David Hain
Ron McIntyre's insight:

Giving feedback is an art and a science.

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Gino Bondi's curator insight, May 4, 3:35 PM

Great post that provides four steps to make your criticism feel constructive. Well worth the clip

Authentis Formations's curator insight, May 5, 6:20 AM
Très belle discussion sur le feedback !
Abel Linares's curator insight, May 5, 2:34 PM
Ask them if they're ready!
That has especially helped me when delivering feedback.
Four steps to make your criticism feel constructive @AdamMGrant

1. Explain why you’re giving the feedback 
2. Take yourself off a pedestal
 3. Ask if the person wants feedback 
4. Have a transparent dialogue, not a manipulative monologue

People are remarkably open to criticism when they believe it’s intended to help them.
Breaking the cycle of mistrust by APA (American Psychological Association)
“I’m giving you these comments because I have very high expectations and I know that you can reach them.”
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How To Reward Employees Without Offering More Money

How To Reward Employees Without Offering More Money | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
Creative ways to show your staff you value them.
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Always a good thing, rewarding employees in other ways.

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Leadership at Deloitte Consulting: A Culture of Collaborative Advantage

Leadership at Deloitte Consulting: A Culture of Collaborative Advantage | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
Since Foutty’s December 7, 2015 promotion, she has delivered her vision of the firm—collective unity and individual professional longevity through fulfillment—via direct personal interactions whenever possible. Of course, written communication is inevitably necessary in which case Foutty carries into it her stance that “intimacy is of utmost importance.” She has a very deliberate fireside style that promotes three primary messages:

“Strategic choices in time and career management must inevitably be made, but health and family are at the forefront;
Assume and expect positive, glass-half-full, intent in all your interactions; and
Take a step back and know ... [as leaders], your only job is to ensure everyone is as successful as possible.”
What’s more, she enjoys great personal vigor and fervor recounting the triumphs and knowledge gained by asking for help and portrays doing so as a strategic asset.

Via David Hain
Ron McIntyre's insight:

We are in a collaborative economy so the prize goes to those agile and intentional enough to embrace it.

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David Hain's curator insight, May 11, 5:38 AM

Interesting 'Big4' leader profile.

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Understanding the Different Layers of Change Management

Understanding the Different Layers of Change Management | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
Redefine Your Change Curve And Learn How To Manage Organizational Change In The Best Way Possible, By Learning When And How To Engage!
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Chris Smith's curator insight, May 25, 8:52 AM
Change management has many different layers that need to be well understood! Learn about each layer with this helpful article featuring a great diagram!
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How the New Emotional Workplace Affects Hiring, Retention and Culture

How the New Emotional Workplace Affects Hiring, Retention and Culture | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
Now more than ever to recruit top talent and keep your best employees motivated it's imperative to focus on personal relationships .
Via Alexis Assimacopoulos
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The key is will leaders take this to heart or push it aside as too soft? 

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How young people, technology and co-op values are creating a better future

How young people, technology and co-op values are creating a better future | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
Co-ops are transforming people's lives across the world and offer massive potential for students here in the UK
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This is one of the reasons I believe millennials are going to be disruptive in the marketplace.

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Innovation Excellence | Why Only Adoption Matters

Innovation Excellence | Why Only Adoption Matters | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
Recently I had an opportunity to interview Chris Laping, the former Chief Information Officer (CIO) for the Red Robin restaurant chain about some of the challenges in achieving successful organizational change.
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Interesting discussion, especially in light of the industry of the interviewee.

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Organization Development 2.0

Organization Development 2.0 | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
By Luis A. Marrero, M.A. RODP, LLP CEO Boston Institute for Meaningful Purpose May 1, 2016 “We increasingly understand that we need a very different model of humanity….” 2013 United Nations World Happiness Report...
Via F. Thunus
Ron McIntyre's insight:

Some great discussion points in this article.  I really like that it has a call to action, which so few articles today do.

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Elevating the Performance Review Process: It’s All About Better Agility

Elevating the Performance Review Process: It’s All About Better Agility | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
Ambitious attitudes, an urge to work in collaborative environments and a need for transparent feedback - all calling cards of the latest generations (Millennial
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What do you think of this idea?

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10 Words That Kill or Boost Your Credibility

10 Words That Kill or Boost Your Credibility | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
Your words directly impact your credibility. Are you helping or hurting yours?
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I totally agree with this premise and list. What do you think?

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How Companies Are Using Machine Learning to Get Faster and More Efficient

How Companies Are Using Machine Learning to Get Faster and More Efficient | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
From interpreting images to analyzing root causes.
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10 Principles of Organizational Culture

10 Principles of Organizational Culture | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
If the answer to these last two questions is “rarely,” it wouldn’t surprise us. We don’t believe that swift, wholesale culture change is possible — or even desirable.
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IBM launches quantum computing as a cloud service

IBM launches quantum computing as a cloud service | Executive Coaching Growth | Scoop.it
Quantum computing is still very much in the early research stage, but IBM is hoping to accelerate the progress around it by making a quantum computer..
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Fascinating concept.  Will be interesting to see who takes on the challenge and makes forward improvements.

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