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There's no price tag on a clear mind: Intel to launch mindfulness program

There's no price tag on a clear mind: Intel to launch mindfulness program | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
The tech giant has developed a mindfulness program for its global workforce, but with no numerical return on investment, what's the business case?

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Invitación Vídeo Tour Campus UAPNL - Certificación Internacional en PNL por la AUNLP (R) & +Lead-Map (c)

Invitación Vídeo Tour Campus UAPNL - Certificación Internacional en PNL por la AUNLP (R) & +Lead-Map (c) | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
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How Long Does it Actually Take to Form a New Habit? Backed by Science. 

How Long Does it Actually Take to Form a New Habit? Backed by Science.  | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
How long does it really take to form a new habit? Read this article to learn the science behind habit formation and how to use it best.

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At the end of the day, how long it takes to form a particular habit doesn't really matter that much. Whether it takes 50 days or 500 days, you have to put in the work either way. The only way to get to Day 500 is to start with Day 1. So forget about the number and focus on doing the work.
 
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Habits: The Definitive Guide to Lasting Change

Habits: The Definitive Guide to Lasting Change | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it




Everything you need to know about how to create good habits and break bad habits. Discover the best habit apps, books, and services. Plus, get a FREE ebook!


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Exponential growth devours and corrupts – Signal v. Noise

Exponential growth devours and corrupts – Signal v. Noise | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
There is no higher God in Silicon Valley than growth. No sacrifice too big for its craving altar. As long as you keep your curve exponential, all your sins will be forgotten at the exit.
It’s through this exponential lens that eating the world becomes not just a motto for software at large, but a mission for every aspiring unicorn and their business model. “Going viral” suddenly takes on a shockingly honest and surprisingly literal meaning.
The goal of the virus is to spread as fast as it can and corrupt as many other cells as possible. How on earth did such a debauched zest become the highest calling for a whole generation of entrepreneurs?
Through systemic incentives, that’s how. And no incentive is currently stronger than that of THE POTENTIAL.

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Well thought through rant against the God of growth, and a plea for a more ethical alternative!

Ron McIntyre's curator insight, March 1, 5:46 PM

This is very true.  We have seen it a number of times but it can also cause supporter to destroy it because the viral growth slows.

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10 Keys To Memorable Brand Storytelling 

10 Keys To Memorable Brand Storytelling  | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
When crafting your brand stories remember these ten keys for greatest impact.

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Your Brain Has A “Shuffle” Button--Here’s How To Use It

Your Brain Has A “Shuffle” Button--Here’s How To Use It | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Having breakthrough ideas means priming your brain with lots of raw material for it to rummage through at random.

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Grit: A Complete Guide on How to Be More Mentally Tough

Grit: A Complete Guide on How to Be More Mentally Tough | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
What is grit and how do you develop it? Here's how to prove to yourself that you have the guts to get in the ring and do battle with life.

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Communication: What You May Be Doing Wrong Without Even Realizing 

Communication: What You May Be Doing Wrong Without Even Realizing  | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
As a professional, you certainly know the importance of effective communication. Being an effective communicator is not only about the message, it’s also about the mode of communication and the opportunities you provide for feedback.

Your inability to get the point across thwarts your efforts at effective communication. You can’t just send out a company-wide email and assume everything is copacetic if no one replies. The truth may be that you were ineffective as a communicator, and people didn’t understand—or even pay attention—to your message.

There are some things you might be doing to undermine your effectiveness as a communicator, and you may not even know you’re doing them. Here are some communication pitfalls you should try to avoid:

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Book review: Corporate Energy: How to engage and inspire audiences 

Book review: Corporate Energy: How to engage and inspire audiences  | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it

'Everyone can learn from this book, believe me!'


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These Are The Top Three Reasons People Quit Their Jobs

These Are The Top Three Reasons People Quit Their Jobs | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Forget work-life balance: These other factors have more of an impact on retaining employees.

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For all the reports on the importance of work-life balance, it's company culture, money, and the ability to progress that reign supreme.
 
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EmpathyLab

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EmpathyLab is a new organisation
 We’re passionate about the power of stories to build empathy and the power of empathy to make the world a better place 

EmpathyLab is a new organisation. We are incubating an empathy, literature and social action programme for 4-11 year olds. We aim to make a real difference to thousands of children’s lives, story by story.
Our brains are plastic, and with practice 98% of us are capable of becoming more empathetic. A growing bank of neuroscience research shows that literature is a key tool. Our work is inspired and underpinned by the research showing that relating imaginatively to book characters builds real-life empathy skills 
 
We are working with schools, libraries and authors to test this approach:the empathy-building power of reading beautifully illustrated for us by Children's Laureate, Chris Riddell. 

 

I’m delighted that EmpathyLab is exploring new ways of using words and stories to build empathy skills.

Dame Jacqueline Wilson

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These 7 Books Are Necessary Reading for All Creatives

These 7 Books Are Necessary Reading for All Creatives | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
One of the most challenging aspects of creative work is, well, sitting down to actually do it. There are so many different ways to cull out one’s creativity. Some writers say they wait for…

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Secret Ingredient for Success

Secret Ingredient for Success | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it

During the 1970s, Chris Argyris, a business theorist at Harvard Business School (and now, at 89, a professor emeritus) began to research what happens to organizations and people, like Mr. Chang, when they find obstacles in their paths.

Professor Argyris called the most common response single loop learning — an insular mental process in which we consider possible external or technical reasons for obstacles.

Less common but vastly more effective is the cognitive approach that Professor Argyris called double-loop learning. In this mode we  question every aspect of our approach, including our methodology, biases and deeply held assumptions. This more psychologically nuanced self-examination requires that we honestly challenge our beliefs and summon the courage to act on that information, which may lead to fresh ways of thinking about our lives and our goals.

In interviews we did with high achievers for a book, we expected to hear that talent, persistence, dedication and luck played crucial roles in their success. Surprisingly, however, self-awareness played an equally strong role.

The successful people we spoke with — in business, entertainment, sports and the arts — all had similar responses when faced with obstacles: they subjected themselves to fairly merciless self-examination that prompted reinvention of their goals and the methods by which they endeavored to achieve them.


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Look deep into that mirror in front of you - and reframe or reinvent what you don't like!

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Self awareness is very important for achieving success. 
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How to Calculate the Value of a Good Manager vs Bad Manager 

How to Calculate the Value of a Good Manager vs Bad Manager  | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
The value of a good manager vs bad manager can be hard to put a number to. We show you how to calculate the value of a good manager vs bad manager.

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New Study Finds Most Leaders Unprepared to Meet the Demands of Digital Disruption 

New Study Finds Most Leaders Unprepared to Meet the Demands of Digital Disruption  | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
A new report, Redefining Leadership for a Digital Age, presents findings from a global survey of more than 1,000 executives across 20 different sectors.

In turbulent times, leaders are caught in a technology-change vortex that is drawing in whole industries and creating disruption on an unprecedented scale. An eye-watering 92% of leaders said they are feeling the effects of digital disruption, with one-third rating the impact of digital disruption on their companies as "very significant."

Despite the quickening pace of digital innovation, less than 15% of leaders said that they were "very prepared" to meet the demands of a digitally-disrupted business environment. The majority of participants (almost 80%) indicated that they were "starting preparations" or were "fairly prepared" to tackle digital disruption.

The research further reveals:

Less than 20% of respondents indicated that digital technologies such as analytics, mobile and social media are fully integrated into their organisations
30% of respondents either rarely or only occasionally use digital tools and technologies
In light of the clear understanding of the importance of digitisation, the report outlines the following "HAVE" competencies as the most important success criteria for leaders facing a landscape characterized by digital disruption:


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We're getting disrupted like it or not - and most of us appear not to! Some tactics to get on board here...

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She's Being Called the Next Albert Einstein

She's Being Called the Next Albert Einstein | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
A 22-year-old Ph.D. candidate wants to understand the way quantum gravity works. And Jeff Bezos wants to hire her.
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The way we work doesn’t work, anymore – Work Futures

The way we work doesn’t work, anymore – Work Futures | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Gallup has released its 2017 State of the American Workplace, and the first words, from Jim Clifton, Gallup’s Chair and CEO, takes a very strong stand:
The very practice of management no longer works.
The old ways — annual reviews, forced rankings, outdated competencies — no longer achieve the intended results.
He goes on to make a list of recommendations that seem more of a grab bag than a well-focused manifesto, but I can’t disagree at all with the core insight: the way we work doesn’t work, anymore.

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Massive Gallup survey suggests our prevailing systems and values are fractured beyond repair. Thought-provoking read!

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True. I personally declared control management dead in 1991. Glad the idea is becoming mainstream. Emphasis on meaningful work and career development also crucial
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Don’t Be Surprised When Your Employees Quit – Resources for Humans – Medium 

Don’t Be Surprised When Your Employees Quit – Resources for Humans – Medium  | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
I recently wrote a post about the financial cost companies incur from losing talented employees. My hope was to illuminate in concrete terms just how expensive it is to lose good employees. In this…

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Motivation: The Scientific Guide on How to Get and Stay Motivated 

Motivation: The Scientific Guide on How to Get and Stay Motivated  | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
This comprehensive guide covers the science of motivation and delivers useful motivation tips so you can learn how to motivate yourself and others.

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The Mistake Smart People Make: Being In Motion vs. Taking Action 

The Mistake Smart People Make: Being In Motion vs. Taking Action  | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Are you taking action or are you simply in motion? Read this article to discover the common mistake smart people make (and how to avoid it).

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The power of soft power

The power of soft power | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Ed Humpherson, director general for regulation, UK Statistics Authority on regulating with soft power, and the surprising effectiveness of public disclosure.

The Office for Statistics Regulation oversees the production and dissemination of statistics by public bodies. We do so by establishing a Code of Practice, and then reviewing compliance with that Code.

Where statistics meet the highest standards of trustworthiness, quality and value, we award the status of National Statistics. We suspend or do not award the National Statistics status unless these standards have been met. For example, for economic statistics, we have de-designated the UK’s trade statistics and the CPIH measure of inflation because of concerns about quality; and for social statistics, we have de-designated police recorded crime in England and Wales because of concerns about the reliability of police recording practices.

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The soft power of statistics!

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I will be watching this one: UK Statistics Authority - They define running the dept with Soft Power - We need this in the US

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5 Things the Funniest Man in the World Can Teach You About Speaking 

5 Things the Funniest Man in the World Can Teach You About Speaking  | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Great business lessons don't always come from business people. Learn from an amazing performer with 5 attributes you should emulate: comedian Richard Pryor.

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9 Simple Tricks To Boost Your Confidence At Work

9 Simple Tricks To Boost Your Confidence At Work | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Ever heard the advice to “fake it ‘til you make it”? Turns out, in some cases, it’s based in scientific fact. When it comes to feeling more confident

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Why Becoming A Leader Makes Some People More Unethical 

Why Becoming A Leader Makes Some People More Unethical  | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
A new study reveals how people in leadership positions might be more prone to making unethical decisions.

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The End of Conventional Industry Sectors

The End of Conventional Industry Sectors | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
These days, few people expect to work for a single company throughout their career. But what about the expectation that companies will remain in one industry forever? Is that, too, becoming an artifact of the past?

In a new PwC report called “The Future of Industries: Bringing Down the Walls,” we look at how the boundaries among sectors are shifting. The pace of technological change is creating at least the prospect of a new industrial order, in which most companies no longer operate within the comfort zones of their established sectors. Already, a few companies (Apple, Amazon, and GE, among them) have boldly and successfully moved into new industries. Now just about every other company will have to do business that way.

Consider the telecommunications and automobile industries. Until the past few years, a telecom company based its business primarily on routing calls and data. But now, almost 25 years after the launch of the World Wide Web, telecom companies have become entertainment content companies. Technological change has taken them across industry borders.

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The dark side of transparency | McKinsey & Company

The dark side of transparency | McKinsey & Company | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
It’s possible in a digital age to track activities in real time and to share information widely at almost zero cost (in theory, at least, improving decision making). But, in many cases, the innovations that have brought this about have reduced effectiveness, thanks to an emerging “accountability gap” where information is in the hands of people who may not use it wisely.

Executives may therefore need to become smarter about when to open up and when to withhold information. This article looks at three main areas where too much transparency creates problems and offers some guidance on how to get the balance right.

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Like most good stuff, transparency has risks too. Approach it thoughtfully...