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

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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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The Economics of Empathy

The Economics of Empathy | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
In the world of business, empathy is a hot topic. Articles on empathy have appeared in the Harvard Business Review, The Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, Time, and many other outlets. Empathy has also proven to be a popular theme of recent commencement addresses—last spring’s graduates of the University of Michigan and Howard University, where President Obama did the honors, heard speeches about the importance of empathy.

Why all the interest? In a word: technology. Every job that can be automated is, or will be in the not-too-distant future. As a result, organizations are shifting focus to the jobs and interpersonal skills that machines and software will never replace. A study published in the August 2015 issue of Harvard Business Review reports that, since the 1980s, occupations enjoying the highest job and wage growth are social skill-intensive. Work is becoming more team-based and requires the flexibility and adaptability that computers cannot deliver. Social or “soft” skills are now critical differentiators that distinguish organizations as both employers and competitors.

Empathy, as this article will show, is the most important of these soft skills for effective leadership. Unfortunately, while there is growing recognition of empathy’s importance, many organizations are unsure how, and if, empathy can be developed.

To bring greater clarity about empathy, we offer new research. Specifically, this research addresses the importance of having empathetic leaders, the developability of empathy, and the impact empathetic leaders can have on organizational performance.


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Useful data on why empathy pays out - literally! HT Mark Baer from LinkedIn post!

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Cognitive bias cheat sheet

Cognitive bias cheat sheet | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
I’ve spent many years referencing Wikipedia’s list of cognitive biases whenever I have a hunch that a certain type of thinking is an official bias but I can’t recall the name or details. It’s been an…

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Finding hidden leaders | McKinsey & Company

Finding hidden leaders | McKinsey & Company | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Organizations should learn to hunt, fish, and trawl for the best talent.

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Are you turning over the stones throughout your organisation? You may be surprised about the talent you will find...!

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A Learning Secret: Don’t Take Notes with a Laptop

A Learning Secret: Don’t Take Notes with a Laptop | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it

When students take notes using laptops they tend to take notes verbatim, writing down every last word uttered by their professor.
Obviously it is advantageous to draft more complete notes that precisely capture the course content and allow for a verbatim review of the material at a later date.  Only it isn’t. 

 

New research by Pam Mueller and Daniel Oppenheimer demonstrates that students who write out their notes on paper actually learn more.  Across three experiments, Mueller and Oppenheimer had students take notes in a classroom setting and then tested students on their memory for factual detail, their conceptual understanding of the material, and their ability to synthesize and generalize the information.  Half of the students were instructed to take notes with a laptop, and the other half were instructed to write the notes out by hand.  As in other studies, students who used laptops took more notes. 

 

In each study, however, those who wrote out their notes by hand had a stronger conceptual understanding and were more successful in applying and integrating the material than those who used took notes with their laptops.


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Students - and anyone who undertakes diagnostic interviewing -  should read this insightful piece on how to take notes more effectively.

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Tribal Leadership: The Key To Building Great Teams

Tribal Leadership: The Key To Building Great Teams | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Have you ever wondered about internal organization dynamics and why some groups of people (who aren't on the same team) are more successful than others? Why different “tribes” inside the organization seem to be at war with one another lowering performance in increasing politics? Why certain groups of people never seem to do anything? Or why its hard to move into the next level? Read on.

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How to develop and lever up the tribes in your organisation! A very useful view of org. dynamics.

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This is how you should think about culture if you want to be ready for the future of work 

This is how you should think about culture if you want to be ready for the future of work  | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
It all sounds rather wonderful, doesn't it? Pick a scientifically designed culture that's been empirically proven to work by management researchers and consultants (Peters, Waterman, Deal and Kennedy researched over a hundred organisations - since augmented by thousands more case studies), implement it, and watch your company blossom before your eyes.

There's only one teeny-weeny problem. From an anthropological and sociological perspective (you know, the social sciences that actually research culture and society), the idea of a designed culture is absurd.

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The importance of deviance and difference in a healthy culture. Forget the identikit cloning!

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150+ Educational Websites For Lifelong Learners 

150+ Educational Websites For Lifelong Learners  | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
If you are anything like me, you have discovered that the higher the level of traditional education you reach the more you are forced to specialize. And by the time people start doing research they have dedicated all their learning to a tiny niche.
For most of us, this is not useful. We need to (and let’s face it, want to) collect knowledge from a broad spectrum of subjects. Educational variety helps us make interesting connections and learn more deeply. Everlearning lets you add more and more value to your life both personally and professional in terms of career options.
This list is a curated collection of both free and premium learning resources, more free than premium, and all the free resources have been marked with an *.

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Lifelong learners -some shortcuts!

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Curso de Storytelling Presentacion y Objetivos del Curso de Curso de Storytelling

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Curso de Storytelling ¿Por qué un Curso de Storytelling? ¿Qué aprenderé?

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EmpathyLab

EmpathyLab | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it

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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Arianna Huffington on the link between leadership and well-being 

Arianna Huffington on the link between leadership and well-being  | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Stress and burnout are on the rise, as leaders and employees alike struggle to keep up with the relentless pace of business. But there’s another way. Arianna Huffington, founder of the Huffington Post, has turned to tackle work-life issues with Thrive Global, a media platform that seeks to improve both well-being and performance. In this interview with McKinsey’s Rik Kirkland, Huffington discusses how to disconnect from technology to reconnect with ourselves, as well as why supportive policies might help companies get ahead. An edited version of her remarks follows.

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I hope Arianna Huffington's name lends this campaign legs!

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Don't Be Afraid To Call Yourself A Neo-Generalist

Don't Be Afraid To Call Yourself A Neo-Generalist | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
As I approach problems at work or in life—as I tackle projects or ideate on new concepts—I realized I am tapping into a diverse background of personal and professional experiences, ultimately surfacing an answer, a thought, or a possibility by virtue of looking at things specifically and generally. I am like the capital letter T. Along the top of the T is my breadth and along the stem of the T is my depth. As necessary, I shift along the top of the stem to accommodate a given situation.

The authors describe it differently, and perhaps more astutely, by virtue of what they describe as “The Infinite Loop” found below.

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Is your knowledge deep? Wide? Or a combination of both? And do you value both in colleagues?

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Against Willpower - Issue 45: Power - Nautilus

Against Willpower - Issue 45: Power - Nautilus | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Thomas1 was a highly successful and mild-mannered lawyer who was worried about his drinking. When he came to see me at my psychotherapy practice, his wine intake had crept up to six or seven glasses a night, and he was starting to hide it from his family and to feel the effects at work. We discussed treatment strategies and made an appointment to meet again. But when he returned two weeks later, he was despondent: His drinking was totally unchanged.

“I just couldn’t cut back. I guess I just don’t have the willpower.”

Another patient of mine, John, also initially came to me for help with drinking. At our first meeting, we talked about moderation-based approaches and setting a healthier limit. But one month later, he came back to my office declaring that he had changed his mind and made peace with his drinking habits. Sure, his wife wasn’t always thrilled with how much he drank, he told me, and occasionally the hangovers were pretty bad, but his relationship was still fairly solid and drinking didn’t cause any truly significant problems in his life.

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10 Dumb Rules That Make Your Best People Want to Quit

10 Dumb Rules That Make Your Best People Want to Quit | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Too many workplaces create rule-driven cultures that may keep management feeling like things are under control, but they squelch creativity and reinforce the ordinary.
The more rules, the less passion — which means less motivation.
The more rules, the less excitement — which means less powerful performance.
The more rules, the less enthusiasm — which means lower profits.
Faced with a rule-driven culture, the best employees — the most talented and hard working — are usually the first to go, because they’re in high demand and have more opportunity than most.
What’s left is a pool of people who are mediocre at what they do, willing to compromise their standards, and in it mostly for the paycheck.
And if you have mediocre people doing mediocre work, you are going to have a mediocre company.

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Are the rules in your organisation working in favour of developing capability? Or are they driving some of the best away?

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The Next Big Blue-Collar Job Is Coding

The Next Big Blue-Collar Job Is Coding | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
WHEN I ASK people to picture a coder, they usually imagine someone like Mark Zuckerberg: a hoodied college dropout who builds an app in a feverish 72-hour programming jag—with the goal of getting insanely rich and, as they say, “changing the world.”

But this Silicon Valley stereotype isn’t even geographically accurate. The Valley employs only 8 percent of the nation’s coders. All the other millions? They’re more like Devon, a programmer I met who helps maintain a ­security-software service in Portland, Oregon. He isn’t going to get fabulously rich, but his job is stable and rewarding: It’s 40 hours a week, well paid, and intellectually challenging. “My dad was a blue-­collar guy,” he tells me—and in many ways, Devon is too.

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Biohacking the Organization

Biohacking the Organization | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
We live in the marketing age of all things natural, organic, and sustainable. Some astute observers are turning to the natural world for examples of practices that allow human beings to work together effectively in the age of the self-managed organization.

Ken Thompson’s book Bioteams: High Performance Teams Based on Natures Most Successful Designs describes how to create high performance teams based on examples found in the natural world. As he notes in the first chapter, “after [nature’s] 3.8 billion years of research and development, failures are fossils, and what surrounds us is the secret to survival. Like the viceroy butterfly imitating the monarch, we humans are imitating the best and brightest organisms in our habitat.”

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Bioteaming - sounds weird, but makes sense when you read the  article!

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How Firms Are Creating Employee Experiences to Attract Top Talent 

How Firms Are Creating Employee Experiences to Attract Top Talent  | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
The big questions in this discussion center less on why leaders need to prioritize employee experiences and grow employer brand equities, and more on how. How do leaders build an employee experience so exciting that people come to work from day one engaged and ready to give their all? How do leaders sustain that experience and help their cultures thrive over time, so their brands, businesses and customers thrive too? How do leaders create a meaningful experience that leaves people feeling happy and positive, especially when it’s time for them to leave?

In the key takeaways and recommendations from its 2016 Global Workforce Study, Willis Towers Watson provided its answer to the how question: Businesses looking to increase engagement should begin offering their workforces more valuable “consumer-like experiences.”

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We spend so much time at work. It makes sense to give people experiences that maximise the value of that to them...

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Curso de Storytelling - Descubre el mejor Curso de Storytelling Online

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Curso de Storytelling - "Aperitivo" del Curso de Storytelling en Udemy

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Curso de Storytelling Online - Bucles Anidados - Curso de Storytelling Online para Presentaciones

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