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What I Appreciate Most About Your Leadership - Let's Grow Leaders

What I Appreciate Most About Your Leadership - Let's Grow Leaders | Executive Coaching, Leadership | Scoop.it
What do you appreciate most about each member of your team.  Have you told them? The other night I heard a fantastic leadership best practice.

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This is an exercise that can be valuable or it can have unintended consequences. Teams are best served using this exercise if they have already done some work and dealt with the 'elephant in the room' phenomena. Don't force appreciation unless you are fully cognizant of what might be happening. Appreciative inquiry and Appreciative sharing are helpful tools if used appropriately. Be aware of the Band Aid effect!

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A simple, smart exercise to do with your team.
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When You Need a Coach: Blind Spots Are less Obvious When Things Are Going Well | ChiefExecutive.net | Chief Executive Magazine


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Daniel Goleman says coaches are crucial to successful improvement. Ask an Olympic Athlete why!

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How to Get Better Feedback

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Five strategies to help managers and leaders elicit better feedback from their teams. (How to get real, honest feedback: http://t.co/05UbSFnZI9)
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Great tip: be specific about what you need from the feedback you are asking for!

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Employee Engagement: Every Leader's Imperative - Forbes

It's about building community @MeghanMBiro http://t.co/rYrnbDY5dC @Forbes #TChat #cmgr #leadership
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Dennis Charney: Neuroplasticity and Your Resilient Brain

Mindfulness therapy is an emerging, non-pharmacological therapy that involves exercising the human brain to improve learning, memory problems, anxiety and pr...
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Daniel Goleman: The Leader's Brain with Dr. Daniel Siegel

Daniel Goleman talks about what he learned during his conversation with Dr. Daniel Siegel for Leadership: A Master Class - the eight-part video series that e... (RT @DanielGolemanEI: VIDEO: What I learned about the leader's brain from Dr.
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Neuroscience Sheds New Light on Change Management Strategies | BPMInstitute.org

Neuroscience Sheds New Light on Change Management Strategies | BPMInstitute.org | Executive Coaching, Leadership | Scoop.it
Neuroscience articles are becoming common when looking for new changes in organization change management methods.  These articles shed new light on h...

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Steve Baker's curator insight, April 17, 2013 10:03 PM

For those involved with training and coaching on Change Management, the classic advice that you need to create a burning platform to act as a catalyst for change may not be the best practice after all.

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Does Your Organizational Chart Stifle Innovation? | ChiefExecutive.net | Chief Executive Magazine


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Worth thinking about. How will you, CEO, evolve your organization?

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What I Appreciate Most About Your Leadership - Let's Grow Leaders

What I Appreciate Most About Your Leadership - Let's Grow Leaders | Executive Coaching, Leadership | Scoop.it
What do you appreciate most about each member of your team.  Have you told them? The other night I heard a fantastic leadership best practice.

Via John Michel
KarinEvolve's insight:

This is an exercise that can be valuable or it can have unintended consequences. Teams are best served using this exercise if they have already done some work and dealt with the 'elephant in the room' phenomena. Don't force appreciation unless you are fully cognizant of what might be happening. Appreciative inquiry and Appreciative sharing are helpful tools if used appropriately. Be aware of the Band Aid effect!

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John Michel's curator insight, September 13, 2013 5:42 AM
A simple, smart exercise to do with your team.
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Brain can be trained in compassion, study shows

Brain can be trained in compassion, study shows | Executive Coaching, Leadership | Scoop.it
A new study shows that adults can be trained to be more compassionate. The report investigates whether training adults in compassion can result in greater altruistic behavior and related changes in neural systems underlying compassion.
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How the Brain Really Works

How the Brain Really Works | Executive Coaching, Leadership | Scoop.it
New techniques are letting researchers look at the activity of the whole brain at once. Most brain areas multitask, and the brain is dynamic. It can respond differently to the same events in different times and circumstances.
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Enhancing The Plasticity Of The Brain: Max Cynader at TEDxStanleyPark

Enhancing The Plasticity Of The Brain: Max Cynader at TEDxStanleyPark | Executive Coaching, Leadership | Scoop.it
Dr. Max Cynader is Director of the Brain Research Centre, and the Djavad Mowafaghian Centre for Brain Health at Vancouver Coastal Health and The University of British Columbia (UBC).
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