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How Companies Can Embrace Speed

How Companies Can Embrace Speed | Human Resources Leadership | Scoop.it
John Kotter, author of Accelerate, on how slow-footed organizations can get faster.
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Speed scares, but it's worth the shake-up

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Lead People to Believe in Themselves - Lolly Daskal | Leadership and Personal Development

Lead People to Believe in Themselves - Lolly Daskal | Leadership and Personal Development | Human Resources Leadership | Scoop.it
When you believe in people, you get people to believe in themselves. And when that happens you can achieve great things together.
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A change management checklist

A change management checklist | Human Resources Leadership | Scoop.it
Deciding what to change is one thing. Making changes stick is another. To improve your odds, use this change management checklist.

Via Philippe Drouillon, HR_Hardball
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everybody loves a #checklist

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HR_Hardball's curator insight, July 20, 10:43 AM

Change Management does require some procedural safeguards

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How Creative Geniuses Come Up With Great Ideas

How Creative Geniuses Come Up With Great Ideas | Human Resources Leadership | Scoop.it
We all have some type of creative genius inside of us. The only way to release it is to work on it.

Via Richard Andrews
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Why Your Brain Loves Good Storytelling

Why Your Brain Loves Good Storytelling | Human Resources Leadership | Scoop.it
It is quiet and dark. The theater is hushed. James Bond skirts along the edge of a building as his enemy takes aim. Here in the audience, heart rates increase and palms sweat.

Via Richard Andrews
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Driving Organisational Change Under Pressure

Driving Organisational Change Under Pressure | Human Resources Leadership | Scoop.it

Intense pressure often calls for knee-jerk reactions. While firm responses are needed from leaders, they should resist the temptation to centralise control and stifle frontline ownership.

 


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David Hain's curator insight, July 14, 7:13 AM

Pressure challenges congruence - need to make sure even more carefully that actions match words, unless the whole strategy is changing.

donhornsby's curator insight, July 14, 5:23 PM

While firm responses are needed from leaders, they should resist the temptation to centralise control and stifle frontline ownership.

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What I Learned From Interviewing 30 Leadership Development Experts Around The World

Over the last 4 months I interviewed 30 leadership development experts from around the world to work out what are the newest, breakthrough approaches used..

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Nine HR Policies That Drive Good People Away - Forbes

Nine HR Policies That Drive Good People Away - Forbes | Human Resources Leadership | Scoop.it

Forbes Nine HR Policies That Drive Good People Away Forbes There is a particular, awful feeling you get working in a company that is sinking. You can tell the minute you walk in the door that the energy is off.


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David Hain's curator insight, July 6, 4:07 AM

Pleased to see that this list of bad but very prevalent practices include bell curve thinking and stack ranking!

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5 Different Ways To Truly Support Your Workplace - TalentCulture

5 Different Ways To Truly Support Your Workplace - TalentCulture | Human Resources Leadership | Scoop.it
Discover five different ways you can truly support your workplace with these tips from the TalentCulture Community.

Via Kevin Watson
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Leaders Need To Walk The Talk When It Comes To Integrity

Leaders Need To Walk The Talk When It Comes To Integrity | Human Resources Leadership | Scoop.it
Anybody who feels that far too many company reports and websites boast of a commitment to innovation will not be surprised to learn that this is the most cited value  in a survey of how Standard and Poor’s 500 companies present their corporate culture. Innovation – mentioned by fully 80% [...]

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John Michel's curator insight, July 1, 8:09 AM

 Since the market values profits over corporate culture, companies will tend to focus on maximizing short-term profits rather than keeping their word.

Frank Wander's curator insight, July 1, 11:12 AM

This is a test.

Graeme Reid's curator insight, July 1, 8:13 PM

There is a trade-off between short-term profits and long-term value.  Investment is required to grow a positive corporate culture.

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Why Everyone Was an Artist in Kindergarten

Why Everyone Was an Artist in Kindergarten | Human Resources Leadership | Scoop.it
Creativity is contingent on willingness to be judged. At some point, many people lose that.

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Correcting Leadership Communication Mishaps

Correcting Leadership Communication Mishaps | Human Resources Leadership | Scoop.it
Everyone makes mistakes but when you're the one in the corner office, many people will hear about that inadvertent remark or slipup. Here's how to fix it.

Via Anne Leong
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With great power comes a bullseye on your back...#behave.

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Miklos Szilagyi's curator insight, June 29, 3:14 AM

One of the most difficult part... repait the damage in public and to the staff...  some examples too when it wasn't succesful...

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5 Counterintuitive Habits of Truly Authentic Leaders

We live in an era in which increasingly, leaders who are authentic, and who translate this into shared value for their people, whether shareholders or stakeholders, employees, customers or constituents, are the ones who have true and lasting impact - ultimately making the world a better place to live in. [...]

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Thanks for Being a Star Performer. Now I Will Ignore You.

Thanks for Being a Star Performer. Now I Will Ignore You. | Human Resources Leadership | Scoop.it
Most managers spend 80% of their time with those who only do 20% of the work while the top talent quietly does 80% of the workload with minimal fuss. It is easy to get distracted by the high

Via Raj Nadar, HR_Hardball
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the squeaky wheel gets the oil...and the manager's attention

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Ali Anani's curator insight, April 12, 12:09 PM

Do well to get bypassed

John Michel's curator insight, April 12, 3:15 PM

Make a conscious effort to not ignore those that make you look good everyday, even though they quietly work behind the scenes. Or, if you are a high performer yourself and could use a little attention from your boss go ahead and print this article and leave it on their desk. We won’t tell.

Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, April 12, 5:59 PM

I found this in school. I would go do my job and those who seemed less capable seemed to receive attention in positive ways.

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3 Rules for Recruiting Exceptional Candidates

3 Rules for Recruiting Exceptional Candidates | Human Resources Leadership | Scoop.it

When asked what’s his the secret of his success, Steve Jobs answered, “We have gone to exceptional lengths to hire the best people in the world.” When talking about his phenomenal business achievements, Bill Gates said, “The key for us, number one, has always been hiring very smart people.” When asked about his keys to success, Richard Branson said, “Take the best. Leave the rest.”
It’s a principle underpinning every world-class class business across the globe: to be outstanding, you need outstanding people. But as every recruiter knows, hiring exceptional talent isn’t quick or easy. To win the best talent for your business, your hiring process needs to be flawless, fresh and forward-thinking.
So, how should you use the hiring process to secure exceptional candidates?
1. Be Creative
2. Be the Brand Personified 
3. Be a Cultural Hirer


Via Alexander Crépin
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everybody has a theory

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How Creative Geniuses Come Up With Great Ideas

How Creative Geniuses Come Up With Great Ideas | Human Resources Leadership | Scoop.it
We all have some type of creative genius inside of us. The only way to release it is to work on it.

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Why performance reviews are a waste of time

Why performance reviews are a waste of time | Human Resources Leadership | Scoop.it
Numerous studies have found that the majority of workers think performance reviews are a waste of time.

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How Leaders Spend Their Time

How Leaders Spend Their Time | Human Resources Leadership | Scoop.it
We’ve all heard the advice that one of the best ways to become the kind of person you desire is to model the behavior and habits of people you admire or who h

Via Anne Leong
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The Hidden Value of Workplace Flexibility

The Hidden Value of Workplace Flexibility | Human Resources Leadership | Scoop.it
The Hidden Value of Workplace Flexibility Huffington Post Work forces are more diverse, with greater flexibility demanded from both employers and employees bringing new challenges and opportunities to workforce planning as well as the design of the...

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HR Takes Less Than 5 Minutes To Review A Resume (Report)

HR Takes Less Than 5 Minutes To Review A Resume (Report) | Human Resources Leadership | Scoop.it

There is no more crucial aspect to any organization’s long-term success than hiring.


Via Michael VanDervort
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I'll take the under....

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7 Things You Should Never Say to Your Boss

7 Things You Should Never Say to Your Boss | Human Resources Leadership | Scoop.it
How to manage up, get ahead and not self destruct.

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Miklos Szilagyi's curator insight, June 29, 3:22 AM

Good examples... I like especially this one "Nobody ever has the time..."  We tend to think time to time that it's only our problem in the moment.... nooooo....

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The Leadership Freak Code of Leadership

The Leadership Freak Code of Leadership | Human Resources Leadership | Scoop.it

Leaders without a code follow the course of least resistance. Life becomes unstable, stressful, and frustrating. Leaders without guiding principles are undependable followers. 


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Jean-Philippe D'HALLUIN's curator insight, June 30, 3:31 AM

From article : "Accept the fact that we have to treat almost anybody as a volunteer".

Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, July 3, 1:03 PM

People are not tools is a key point made. When we think they are, we become managers rather than combining managing and leading.

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The Unusual Habits Of 8 Famous Creative Minds

The Unusual Habits Of 8 Famous Creative Minds | Human Resources Leadership | Scoop.it
From Jay-Z to de Balzac, these famous creative minds have developed some odd habits on the path to genius.

Via Anne Leong
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Allowing your #habits to be strengths

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The Right Thing: Making peace with lies is bad business

The Right Thing: Making peace with lies is bad business | Human Resources Leadership | Scoop.it

Via Anne Leong
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Lies breed faster than rabbits

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, June 29, 1:00 PM

Dishonesty is not just a bad policy and bad for business; it is bad personal practice. I sat in a meeting with a School manager who insisted we would hit it out of the ball park in building our little school. He repeated this phrase enough that the next day when he announced his new appointment I was not surprised. Dishonesty corrodes relationships.

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It’s Time to Split HR

It’s Time to Split HR | Human Resources Leadership | Scoop.it
Business management magazine, blogs, case studies, articles, books, and webinars from Harvard Business Review, addressing today's topics and challenges in business management.

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Andrée Laforge's curator insight, June 26, 10:52 AM

Que pensez-vous de cette proposition? On divise les RH en deux - les rh-administratives et les rh-leadership et organisation.

AR_HRCom's comment, June 27, 9:20 AM
Oh! Andrée! La division est déjà là, qu'on le veuille ou non! Sujet intéressant de discussion! Un large pourcentage d'organisations et de "leaders" pensent que HR est et dopit être synonyme d'Administration.
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How Do You Operationalize Empathy?

How Do You Operationalize Empathy? | Human Resources Leadership | Scoop.it
How do you operationalize empathy? This is the essential leadership and business challenge for us, and we need to address empathy as a way to lead.

Via Anne Leong
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The first step is to listen with intention...

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