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Itay Talgam: Lead like the great conductors | Video on TED.com

An orchestra conductor faces the ultimate leadership challenge: creating perfect harmony without saying a word. In this charming talk, Itay Talgam demonstrates the unique styles of six great 20th-century conductors, illustrating crucial lessons for all leaders.

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Why Working More Than 40 Hours a Week is Useless

Why Working More Than 40 Hours a Week is Useless | Innovation coaching | Scoop.it

For many in the entrepreneurship game, long hours are a badge of honor. Starting a business is tough, so all those late nights show how determined, hard working and serious about making your business work you are, right? Wrong!

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Why Staying Patient and Calm Can Enhance Your Productivity

Why Staying Patient and Calm Can Enhance Your Productivity | Innovation coaching | Scoop.it

You may think that being impatient makes you do things more quickly which should be productivity enhancing but being impatient can cause you several problems.

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Vanquish the Time-Management Villain

Vanquish the Time-Management Villain | Innovation coaching | Scoop.it

A leader has to establish in his team a shared language that distinguishes between "pressure on time" and "impact on goals" factors. There's a common mistake, however, that leaders often make in doing that.

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The power of habits — and the power to change them

The power of habits — and the power to change them | Innovation coaching | Scoop.it

Human beings, we've been told, are creatures of habit. If we do something one way on Tuesday, odds are we'll do that same thing the same way on Wednesday.

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Work/Life Balance Is A Myth; Here's What You Can Do About It

Work/Life Balance Is A Myth; Here's What You Can Do About It | Innovation coaching | Scoop.it

When I ask busy executives to describe a satisfying life, they often envision a scenario in which they work hard but dictate their own assignments. They want time to take part in important family events.

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Why I Hire People Who Fail

Why I Hire People Who Fail | Innovation coaching | Scoop.it

If you're not failing every now and then, you're probably not advancing. Mistakes are the predecessors to both innovation and success, so it is important to celebrate mistakes as a central component of any culture.

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Bosses, Stop Caring If Your Employees Are At Their Desks

Bosses, Stop Caring If Your Employees Are At Their Desks | Innovation coaching | Scoop.it

Have you ever suspected that you’d be healthier, happier, and perhaps even more productive, if you could just get your work done on your own schedule instead of your boss’s? New research suggests you’re probably right.

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9 Things That Motivate Employees More Than Money

9 Things That Motivate Employees More Than Money | Innovation coaching | Scoop.it

Don't show  them the money (even if you have it). Here are nine better ways to boost morale.

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Why Meetings Are A Waste Of Time And How To Run Them More Efficiently

Why Meetings Are A Waste Of Time And How To Run Them More Efficiently | Innovation coaching | Scoop.it

Do business meetings drive you crazy? Consider these forgotten rules the next time you want to call a meeting.

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You're Probably a Micromanager

You're Probably a Micromanager | Innovation coaching | Scoop.it

While many people complain about being micromanaged, very few think of themselves as micromanagers. But if nobody is a micromanager, then who is doing all the micromanaging?

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Put Your Best People On Your Most Boring Challenges

Put Your Best People On Your Most Boring Challenges | Innovation coaching | Scoop.it

One of your biggest issues is the boring and horrendously inefficient scut work that all organizations accrue. Typically, talent-rich organizations assign their mediocre people to solve mediocre problems. But that's short-sighted. Put your most talented people on these most boring and stultifying issues!

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Manutenzioni Domiciliari Padova's comment, November 17, 2011 6:22 AM
Interessante... anche se è esattamente il contrario di quello che dice Jim Collins nel suo "Good to great": mettere le persone migliori nelle occasioni migliori porta il massimo rendimento all'azienda e questo è l'obiettivo principale (almeno secondo le sue dimostrazioni).
Non è detto che risolvere problemi, seppur annosi, porti lo stesso vantaggio per l'azienda.
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Don't Send That Email. Pick up the Phone!

Don't Send That Email. Pick up the Phone! | Innovation coaching | Scoop.it

Email is one of the greatest productivity contributors of the past two decades. Yet we have to recognize when such digital channels cannot substitute for a live conversation.

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Intelligence Is Overrated: What You Really Need To Succeed

Intelligence Is Overrated: What You Really Need To Succeed | Innovation coaching | Scoop.it

IQ tests are used as an indicator of logical reasoning ability and technical intelligence. A high IQ is often a prerequisite for rising to the top ranks of business today. But by itself, a high IQ does not guarantee that you will stand out and rise above everyone else.

Research carried out by the Carnegie Institute of Technology shows that 85 percent of your financial success is due to skills in “human engineering,”

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Instead of Saying "I Don't Have Time," Say "It's Not a Priority"

Instead of Saying "I Don't Have Time," Say "It's Not a Priority" | Innovation coaching | Scoop.it

We lead busy lives and use our limited time as an excuse to procrastinate and avoid getting things done, but often claiming we don't have time is a lie.

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The 5 Qualities of Remarkable Bosses

The 5 Qualities of Remarkable Bosses | Innovation coaching | Scoop.it

Consistently do these five things and the results you want from your employees - and your business - will follow.

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Do You Have Too Many Goals? Here's How to Prioritize Them

Do You Have Too Many Goals? Here's How to Prioritize Them | Innovation coaching | Scoop.it

Having ten simultaneous goals is worse than having none at all. You're likely to end up frazzled and frustrated, as you'll feel that you're never making enough progress. Which is the cure?

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Don't Confuse Passion with Competence

Don't Confuse Passion with Competence | Innovation coaching | Scoop.it

The most successful innovators are consistently portrayed as possessing a passion that borders on dogmatism. There's no doubt that passion is a critical component of innovation. But leaders overseeing innovation efforts inside their companies need to be careful of mistaking passion for competence.

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To-Do Lists Don't Work

To-Do Lists Don't Work | Innovation coaching | Scoop.it

Stop making to-do lists. They're simply setting you up for failure and frustration, Daniel Markovitz says. He explains the five fundamental problems with to-do lists that render them ineffective.

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To Create Something Exceptional, Do Sweat The Small Stuff

To Create Something Exceptional, Do Sweat The Small Stuff | Innovation coaching | Scoop.it

Business schools and most jobs don’t teach you how important it is to sweat the small stuff. And yet, when we look at the greatest inventions, greatest companies, and greatest teams of our time, their success always comes down to tireless concern over every last detail.

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What Makes a Good Manager - Ingredients of a Good Manager

What makes a good manager. In the corporate rat race, every professional aspires to be a manager some day but hardly any aspire to be a good.

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Are you Investing Enough in Yourself?

There is an old “business school rule” that says that businesses should reinvest 25% of their gross revenues back into their businesses in marketing and promotion. Most entrepreneurs don’t follow this rule, become bogged down in administrative tasks, and don’t invest enough in their businesses.

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Do Business Owners Know What Makes For A Good Manager?

Do Business Owners Know What Makes For A Good Manager? | Innovation coaching | Scoop.it

While the final business decisions oftentimes come down to the individual or individuals owning the company, the various departmental managers and chief officers can be found to have a say in how things are run. So, as a business owner, what are some of the attributes that you not only want but need in a good manager?

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Think like Jobs, don’t act like him — unless you’re a genius

Think like Jobs, don’t act like him — unless you’re a genius | Innovation coaching | Scoop.it

Steve Jobs was brilliant at many things, but by all accounts management was not one of them. Even his official biographer Walter Isaacson said that Jobs “may have been the worst of managers.”

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10 Reasons Why HR Professionals & Recruiters Should Avoid Social Media

10 Reasons Why HR Professionals & Recruiters Should Avoid Social Media | Innovation coaching | Scoop.it

You have heard the reasons for and against using social media in all aspects of your business. Companies are often hindered by a cumbersome approval process, a “keeping up with the Joneses” marketing approach or an inability to push proper initiatives through the decision process.

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