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12 Rules for Being Beautifully Human

12 Rules for Being Beautifully Human | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it

Be present, let go of the past, don’t beat yourself up over what you did yesterday, and don’t try to be perfect.  Just be a beautiful example of being human…

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Certificación Internacional en PNL - Certificación Internacional en PNL por la AUNLP (R) & +Lead-Map (c)

Certificación Internacional en PNL - Certificación Internacional en PNL por la AUNLP (R) & +Lead-Map (c) | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Certificación en PNL (Programación Neurolinguística) a nivel Internacional en los niveles Practitioner PNL, Master Practitioner PNL y Trainer PNL
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Certificación Internacional en PNL por la AUNLP (R), Online y Español. Visita --> http://uapnl.com

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The Face Is An Entryway to The Self - Scientific American

The Face Is An Entryway to The Self - Scientific American | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it

Because recognizing a face is so vital to our social lives, it comes as no surprise that a lot of real estate in the cerebral cortex—the highly convoluted region that makes up the bulk of our brain—is devoted to a task crucial to processing faces and their identity. We note whether someone looks our way or not. We discern emotional expressions, whether they register joy, fear or anger. Indeed, functional brain imaging has identified a set of adjacent regions, referred to as the fusiform face area (FFA), that are situated on the left and the right sides of the brain, at the bottom of the temporal lobe of the cerebral cortex. The FFA turns up its activity when subjects look at portraits or close-ups of faces or even when they just think about these images.


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David Hain's curator insight, December 19, 3:25 AM

What happens in the brain when you see—really “see”—a friend's smile or scowl

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Should we measure gross national happiness?

Should we measure gross national happiness? | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Move over, GDP. Psychologists Shigehiro Oishi and Ed Diener say it's time to make room for happiness, the next big tool for evaluating public policies and social development in the U.S.

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Sandeep Gautam's curator insight, December 18, 12:30 AM

of course we should!!

David Hain's curator insight, December 18, 2:02 AM

Difficult to measure, but important to try. 

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Stress can reduce you to a 'small child' and impair critical decision making

Stress can reduce you to a 'small child' and impair critical decision making | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
IF you think being under pressure helps you perform better then you're lying to yourself! Research has revealed stress can impair your ability to think critically

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6 Leadership Development Trends for 2015

6 Leadership Development Trends for 2015 | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Before we go on to unveil the future trends, let’s have a look at what was happening on the leadership training scene this year. Among the most innovative leadership strategies being taught all over the world was the so-called “endogenous resourcing”, standing for the myriad techniques for unlocking employees’ hidden potential.

Apart from this trend, we saw the rise of management policies that foster sustainability and a slow transition from the autocratic, control-and-command management style to its more democratic variety – both demonstrating how the human side of business has become a growing factor in the success of leadership as employed by many global brands.

Having examined the present, let’s now direct our gaze to the future – here are 6 innovative leadership development practices that we will see spreading in the upcoming year.

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David Hain's curator insight, December 6, 3:43 AM

70% of Americans blame leadership crisis as a factor in the national economic decline. Ned to focus on being more human!

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2014’s Best Books on Psychology, Philosophy, and How to Live Meaningfully

2014’s Best Books on Psychology, Philosophy, and How to Live Meaningfully | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it

How to be alone, wake up from illusion, master the art of asking, fathom your place in the universe, and more. 

 


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Tsihoarana Randimbivololona's curator insight, December 11, 6:34 AM

A very stunning illustration

Ignasi Alcalde's curator insight, December 12, 6:07 AM
Prosperamos , cuando tenemos un propósito , cuando todavía tenemos mucho por hacer.
Jesper Outzen's curator insight, December 18, 10:27 AM

A lot of great books for you to read when you have nothing to do between Christmas and New years eve.

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Cociente Mc Giver - Elije bien

Cociente Mc Giver - Elije bien | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Ser consciente es crucial. Si tu puntuación es baja, quizás simplemente estás dejando que tu vida suceda. Incluso eso es una elección.
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Albrecht's Four Types of Stress: Managing Common Pressures

Albrecht's Four Types of Stress: Managing Common Pressures | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Learn about four common types of stress, and find out how to manage them better.

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The New Science of Building Great Teams

The New Science of Building Great Teams | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Just by looking at the sociometric data, we’ve been able to foretell which teams will win a business plan contest.

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David Hain's curator insight, November 25, 2:44 AM

MIT Human Dynamics bring the detail of great teamwork together with precise observations.  Meet the 'charismatic connectors'.

Alexis Assimacopoulos's curator insight, November 25, 7:47 AM

http://www.worldsviewacademy.com/products/purposeful-teams-intervention/279

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What Maslow’s Hierarchy Won’t Tell You About Motivation

What Maslow’s Hierarchy Won’t Tell You About Motivation | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it

Despite the popularity of Maslow’s Hierarchy, there is not much recent data to support it. Contemporary science — specifically Dr. Edward Deci, hundreds of Self-Determination Theory researchers, and thousands of studies — instead points to three universal psychological needs. If you really want to advantage of this new science – rather than focusing on a pyramid of needs – you should focus on: autonomy, relatedness, and competence.


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Steve Bax's curator insight, November 27, 10:58 AM

An interesting viewpoint on Maslow scooped by Kenneth Mikkelsen. The core principles of Maslow's Hierarchy remain both valid and important for leaders to understand in addition to this, in my view. .  

Lauran Star's curator insight, November 28, 4:06 PM

Understanding what motivates you brings greater success!

 

Sue Gaardboe's curator insight, November 28, 4:55 PM

This struck such a cord with me.  I can pin point the moment when I recognised that my life was my responsibility, and can see the energy that flowed from that realisation and how it's influenced every decision and action in my life. We introduce the idea to our students in a general way, (Why is it your Mum's fault that you left your homework at home?Isn't it your responsibility?) but certainly don't help them to appreciate it deeply in their lives.

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10 Big Ideas from Emotional Capitalists: The Ultimate Guide to Developing Emotional Intelligence for Leaders : Sources of Insight

10 Big Ideas from Emotional Capitalists: The Ultimate Guide to Developing Emotional Intelligence for Leaders : Sources of Insight | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Here are 10 big ideas from the book, Emotional Capitalists: The Ultimate Guide to Developing Emotional Intelligence for Leaders, by Martyn Newman. In the book, Newman shows us how to get emotional intelligence, and use it to achieve extraordinary results.

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Four lessons for HR from organizational anthropology

Four lessons for HR from organizational anthropology | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Sometimes I feel like an organizational anthropologist, who has taken deep dives into organizations to learn more about the nature of organizations in general. As an amateur organizational anthropologist, I have to take some basics of the profession into account. I selected four:

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David Hain's curator insight, November 21, 2:57 AM

Nice take on how HR can bring more from @tomwhaak

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8 Classic storytelling techniques for engaging presentations

8 Classic storytelling techniques for engaging presentations | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
A good public speaker takes their audience on a journey, leaving them feeling inspired and motivated. But structuring your speech to get your ideas across and keep your audience engaged all the way through is tricky. Try these eight storytelling techniques for a presentation that wows.

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David Hain's curator insight, December 19, 3:56 AM

Hero's journey, false starts, petals and other storytelling frameworks. Because stories are the currency leaders should trade on...

Louise Robinson-Lay's curator insight, December 19, 5:20 PM

Storytelling comes naturally to many speakers. Here's how to build it if you're not one of the 'naturals'.

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How The 70:20:10 Model Can Takeoff

How The 70:20:10 Model Can Takeoff | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
The 70:20:10 model for workplace has garnered a lot of popularity in recent years as the ‘next big thing’ in Learning and Development. The 70:20:10 Model.

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David Hain's curator insight, December 19, 3:53 AM

Have you studied 70:20:10 to get more value form your people development spend?  You should!

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The Dark Side of Leadership

The Dark Side of Leadership | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it

Insecurities...

Perfectionism...

Loneliness...

People Pleasing...

Victimization...

Disempowerment...

Manipulation...

Driven to Prove...

Inauthenticity...

Lack of Trust...

Arrogance...

The list of words above could be a book in and of itself.

The words most leaders don't dare to share with others. It's not good for their carefully constructed image as the leader.

Unfortunately, by living with a facade that is difficult to maintain and is stressful to make decisions from daily...we set ourselves up for ultimate failure. A fulfilling, happy, passionate life NOT lived.

Deep honesty is required to read this list, because anything less will result in no change.

 


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David Hain's curator insight, December 18, 1:59 AM

By living with a facade that is difficult to maintain and is stressful to make decisions from daily... we set ourselves up for ultimate failure.

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5 Leadership Questions From a 14 Year Old Boy

5 Leadership Questions From a 14 Year Old Boy | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
There is nothing more pure than insight from a kid. They are not too jaded, do not have concrete established habits, and tend to bust through the garble that most adults get stuck in trying to make

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AlGonzalezinfo's curator insight, July 29, 8:20 AM

Great post here via Debbie Dickerson @trifecta_coach.  


I do leadership development sessions in schools/colleges from the 5th grade through college and the lessons never stop.  



One that I would like to focus on this comment goes to Debbie's son question #2:


Can leaders be followers?  


When I work with students of all ages it is clear how the ones that follow the teacher's requests are Modeling the Way for others.  Those who don't model the way interrupt and prevent the rest from moving forward.


 This is one of the main connections I make to the work place.  Which question (s) resonate (s) with you?



https://www.linkedin.com/today/post/article/20140728152458-136958930-5-leadership-questions-from-a-14-year-old-boy


donhornsby's curator insight, July 29, 8:31 AM

What is a leader without any followers?

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Leadership Skills Audit - Appreciative Inquiry

Leadership in the 21st Century requires a fresh approach to gaining the engagement & buy-in of the people who make up our organisations. The ‘job-for-life’ culture of the 20th has now gone, and innovative approaches to leading teams are required – asking, rather than telling staff what to do – using a coaching approach helps people think creatively, helps us to do more with less, strengthens relationships and helps us manage organisational transformations.


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David Hain's curator insight, December 13, 6:13 AM

@AlexClapson on using Appreciative Inquiry to develop your leadership skills.

Jerry Busone's curator insight, December 13, 8:08 AM

Good reflection piece of developing your plan for leading in the 21st century


Center for AI's curator insight, December 15, 5:13 PM

This slideshare presentation contains a great mini-inquiry into your leadership practices

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Theory of Awesomeness (infographic)

Theory of Awesomeness (infographic) | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it

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Ali Godding's curator insight, December 6, 5:59 AM

I love that this infographic which highlights so clearly the balance needed to achieve a 'flow state' where everything just seems to feel great and happen naturally.

 

The balance of feeling happy about life as it currently is, as well as a clear vision of what you are working towards can feel paradoxical.

 

"How can I be happy now if I know I want something else?" Asks the life that expects everything immediately, through eyes that can only perceive black or white.I know that is how I first felt upon reading such words. It felt so contradictory!

 

I have been on a tour around each of the squares in that diagram, bouncing from a 'current reality gap' to 'stress' to a total and annihilating 'negative spiral'. I learned that being ok with where we are right now, is a critical element of getting where we want to be next. I saw it happen in my life.

 

The most memorable being totally comfortable with my single status whilst having a vision of meeting my soul mate. Those who know me, know that meet my soul mate I did!  It's as if that balance relaxes us, takes the pressure off, let's the world know 'I'm ok, I'm ready for what's coming next'.

 

The trick is to remember to have this balanced focus in all areas of life, even when it feels as if everything is falling apart.

 

Today I'm still recovering from an acute illness. I still need lots of rest, more than I realised. I need to be kind to myself. I've finally learnt how to do that, to accept 'that's what's going on right now' and that's just fine. I'm alive!

 

I have people around me that love me, a comfortable home and interesting work. At the same time I still have a vision of my future as someone full of vitality, physically strong and vibrant. And I know deep down it will happen, I'll get there.

 

I hope this post gives you some food for thought on your own state of flow, on feeding your own mojo!  

 

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, December 8, 12:21 PM

This is an interesting way of understanding flow theory.

 

@ivon_ehd1

Ali Godding's curator insight, December 16, 3:05 PM

I love that this infographic which highlights so clearly the balance needed to achieve a 'flow state' where everything just seems to feel great and happen naturally.

 

The balance of feeling happy about life as it currently is, as well as a clear vision of what you are working towards can feel paradoxical.

 

"How can I be happy now if I know I want something else?" Asks the life that expects everything immediately, through eyes that can only perceive black or white.I know that is how I first felt upon reading such words. It felt so contradictory!

 

I have been on a tour around each of the squares in that diagram, bouncing from a 'current reality gap' to 'stress' to a total and annihilating 'negative spiral'. I learned that being ok with where we are right now, is a critical element of getting where we want to be next. I saw it happen in my life.

 

The most memorable being totally comfortable with my single status whilst having a vision of meeting my soul mate. Those who know me, know that meet my soul mate I did!  It's as if that balance relaxes us, takes the pressure off, let's the world know 'I'm ok, I'm ready for what's coming next'.

 

The trick is to remember to have this balanced focus in all areas of life, even when it feels as if everything is falling apart.

 

Today I'm still recovering from an acute illness. I still need lots of rest, more than I realised. I need to be kind to myself. I've finally learnt how to do that, to accept 'that's what's going on right now' and that's just fine. I'm alive!

 

I have people around me that love me, a comfortable home and interesting work. At the same time I still have a vision of my future as someone full of vitality, physically strong and vibrant. And I know deep down it will happen, I'll get there.

 

I hope this post gives you some food for thought on your own state of flow, on feeding your own mojo!  

 

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In the Future, Companies Will Survive Only if They Help Solve Big Social Problems

In the Future, Companies Will Survive Only if They Help Solve Big Social Problems | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it

New research we conducted with Microsoft, Nestlé, Pfizer and Telus International reveals that announcements like this one may not be that unusual in 2025. “An intersection is coming where society will expect corporations to fill the void in the face of government cuts, and, likewise, corporations will expect their societal influence to increase as their social capital becomes the force of change in communities, countries and even entire global industries,” said Jeffrey Puritt, president of TELUS International.

We predict that 2015 will mark the beginning of a long-term transition of the role and purpose of the world’s largest public companies and the value chains they control. This shift will start with an acknowledgment that despite years of implementing initiatives designed to make the companies more “responsible,” real progress on climate change and other global issues has remained incremental. The new imperative for business leaders will be to embrace the idea that the viability of their businesses depends on solving the world’s most pressing societal issues.


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David Hain's curator insight, December 8, 3:06 AM

There is hope for the future but we need to richest orgs  to come to the party. Evidence suggests they might! HT Nadine Hack.

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Forget the Glass Ceiling; It’s Time to Break the Talent Ceiling

Forget the Glass Ceiling; It’s Time to Break the Talent Ceiling | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Despite the grand talk about talent acquisition being the most important thing a company can do, I contend that companies actually set up policies that prevent them from hiring great people.

CAUTION: you should not read this post if you are an advocate of behavioral interviewing, competency models, assessment tests, compensation bands, hiring based on cultural fit, and the use of traditional skills- and experience-laden job descriptions.

Spoiler alert: I am about to demonstrate how these tools and techniques filter out the best people before they’re even considered. This essentially puts a lid on the quality of people a company hires.

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David Hain's curator insight, December 1, 10:33 PM

'!n order to hire stronger people, you’ll need to think out of the box. But consider that the box you’re in now was built with the wrong tools." ~ Lou Adler

Miklos Szilagyi's curator insight, December 3, 9:37 AM

Really good thoughts about hiring...:-)))

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THE SCIENCE OF CHARACTER / Engage for Success


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Ali Godding's curator insight, December 1, 1:11 PM

Today I'm sharing a great little video, a joint venture between Tiffany Shlain one of my favourite film makers and Engage for Success, a movement dedicated to the idea that there is a better way to work.  They encourage organisations all over the UK to treat people like human beings not human resources.  Hoorah for that! Which is why I volunteer for them gathering/creating content for their website and social media.  

Now, make sure you read to the end of this post because I am also giving away for free a PDF download so that you can continue to feast on your strengths. Let's just say the video is the cake, and your freebie is the cherry on top! You can subscribe in a few seconds by going here: https://aligodding.leadpages.net/scoopit/

This helps those of us looking to feed our mojo because all too often we focus on each others (and especially our own) flaws.  Totally draining!  

 

The work environment encourages highly critical thinking.  Which in the right circumstances can be useful and is certainly important when making decisions about how to spend money for example. 

Sometimes however, critical thinking leads to our strengths being overlooked. This can result in an environment that is set on eliminating weaknesses.

 

Environments like that inevitably neglect to recognise,  build on and nurture strengths.  Not very engaging, in fact a real mojo killer!  Not good for you, not good for business.   

 

I know when I watched this for the first time it gave me energy, and I wanted to explore my strengths more deeply (which is why I created the freebie at the end of this post for you).    

 

Because I know how I felt after watching the movie, I put all of what I discovered into a PDF. This free resource shows you how to identify your strengths for free.   Highlights some of the issues you need to be aware of.  It also provides questions and food for thought that will help you explore YOUR strengths further.  Just subscribe to get your free  download.  https://aligodding.leadpages.net/scoopit/

 

If you are already one of my treasured subscribers then I will have sent you a copy of this resource already.  Just search you mail for mail from me.  

Ali Godding's curator insight, December 16, 3:04 PM

Today I'm sharing a great little video, a joint venture between Tiffany Shlain one of my favourite film makers and Engage for Success, a movement dedicated to the idea that there is a better way to work.  They encourage organisations all over the UK to treat people like human beings not human resources.  Hoorah for that! Which is why I volunteer for them gathering/creating content for their website and social media.  

Now, make sure you read to the end of this post because I am also giving away for free a PDF download so that you can continue to feast on your strengths. Let's just say the video is the cake, and your freebie is the cherry on top! You can subscribe in a few seconds by going here: https://aligodding.leadpages.net/scoopit/

This helps those of us looking to feed our mojo because all too often we focus on each others (and especially our own) flaws.  Totally draining!  

 

The work environment encourages highly critical thinking.  Which in the right circumstances can be useful and is certainly important when making decisions about how to spend money for example. 

Sometimes however, critical thinking leads to our strengths being overlooked. This can result in an environment that is set on eliminating weaknesses.

 

Environments like that inevitably neglect to recognise,  build on and nurture strengths.  Not very engaging, in fact a real mojo killer!  Not good for you, not good for business.   

 

I know when I watched this for the first time it gave me energy, and I wanted to explore my strengths more deeply (which is why I created the freebie at the end of this post for you).    

 

Because I know how I felt after watching the movie, I put all of what I discovered into a PDF. This free resource shows you how to identify your strengths for free.   Highlights some of the issues you need to be aware of.  It also provides questions and food for thought that will help you explore YOUR strengths further.  Just subscribe to get your free  download.  https://aligodding.leadpages.net/scoopit/

 

If you are already one of my treasured subscribers then I will have sent you a copy of this resource already.  Just search you mail for mail from me.  

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Systems Thinking: Seeing How Everything is Connected

Systems Thinking: Seeing How Everything is Connected | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
“Knowledge without deep comprehension, imagination and compassion is just a more complex form of ignorance. We need to shift paradigms, to grow wiser, all of us, especially the dominant cultures an...

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Why Middle Managers Are So Unhappy

Why Middle Managers Are So Unhappy | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Who are the unhappiest among your workers? And what’s driving them crazy? They may not be who you think they are. They aren’t who we would have thought.

To find out, we gathered data from the most unengaged and uncommitted employees from more than 320,000 employees in a variety of organizations. We then identified those employees whose engagement and commitment scores were in the bottom 5% and compared the responses of these 15,729 unhappy souls to the rest.

You might think these would be the people with poor performance ratings or the ones in over their heads – people with inadequate training, education, or experience for the job. Or perhaps they’re the ones who haven’t been on the job long enough to decide they’re a bad fit and move elsewhere.

But when we examined the demographic characteristics of these employees, we found instead that they could best be described as those “stuck in the middle of everything.”

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David Hain's curator insight, November 25, 9:48 AM

Engagement bombshell! 'Unhappiest people at work are good, steady performers' ~ Zenger Folkman research.

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New Harvard Research Reveals A Fun Way To Be More Successful

New Harvard Research Reveals A Fun Way To Be More Successful | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Want to be more successful? Harvard researcher Shawn Achor explains what new studies show is the fun way to make it big in life.
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13 Scary Statistics on Employee Engagement

13 Scary Statistics on Employee Engagement | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
The infographic that we put together has some pretty shocking statistics in it, but there are a few common themes. Employees feel overworked, overwhelmed, and they don’t like what they do. Companies are noticing it, with 75% of them saying they can’t attract the right talent, and 83% of them feeling that their employer brand isn’t compelling. Companies that want to fix this need to be smart, and patient. This doesn’t happen overnight, but like I mentioned, it’s easy to do. Being patient might be the hardest thing for companies, and I understand how frustrating it can be not to see results right away, but it’s important that you invest in this, because the ROI of employee engagement is huge.

Here are 4 simple (and free) things you can do to get that passion back into employees. These are all based on research from Deloitte.

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Sandeep Gautam's curator insight, November 23, 12:59 AM

The widespread problem of employee management and how small steps can address the same.