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Women poised to effectively lead in matrix work environments, Hay Group research finds

Women poised to effectively lead in matrix work environments, Hay Group research finds
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Horizontal Leadership: Bridging the Information Gap

Horizontal Leadership: Bridging the Information Gap | Leadership at Work | Scoop.it
When leadership is viewed as a total system, with information flowing in all directions, then leadership becomes horizontal or flat, rather than vertical.
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Are We Networking, or Is This a Date?

Are We Networking, or Is This a Date? | Leadership at Work | Scoop.it
The lines are blurry, especially for young entrepreneurs.
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En ces temps de fêtes de fin d'année au travail...

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Fuel Collaboration through Learning | Harvard Business Publishing

Fuel Collaboration through Learning | Harvard Business Publishing | Leadership at Work | Scoop.it

"Here are 5 design techniques you can use to promote collaborative learning within your programs."

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Argument, Anger, & Conflict At Work

Argument, Anger, & Conflict At Work | Leadership at Work | Scoop.it
"Some 30% of executives and employees argue with a co-worker at least once a month, according to a recent survey of 1,000 workers by Fierce Inc., a Seattle leadership development and training company specializing in workplace communication. A small number of those arguments escalate into emotional screaming matches that no one can win. … Merely observing rudeness in the workplace hurts bystanders' performance on both routine and creative tasks, according to research led by Christine Porath, an associate professor of management at Georgetown University. Witnessing conflict "robs people of cognitive resources, disrupts working memory and ultimately hijacks performance," says Dr. Porath, co-author of "The Cost of Bad Behavior." ... Moreover, only 20% of customers who witness rude behavior by a company's employees say they would buy its products or services, compared with 80% who see workers behave politely, she says. … "Time doesn't heal all wounds, it only makes them harder to repair," says organizational psychologist Mike Woodward . . . Showdowns tend to happen more often in high-pressure workplaces with technical or professional hierarchies, such as hospitals, says Steven Dinkin, president of the National Conflict Resolution Center, a San Diego nonprofit that resolves about 2,000 disputes a year, including many in the workplace. Employees facing tight deadlines and intense competition are more prone to emotional warfare."
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Coaching or telling. Which works? Here's the evidence... | HRZone

Coaching or telling. Which works? Here's the evidence... | HRZone | Leadership at Work | Scoop.it
The lessons of neuroscience on command and control versus collaborative management styles.
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Lakshmi Puri: The world needs women’s leadership | The Jakarta Post

Lakshmi Puri: The world needs women’s leadership | The Jakarta Post | Leadership at Work | Scoop.it
Lakshmi Puri. JP/Rita A. Widiadana Lakshmi Puri is soon to take up one of the most prestigious and powerful jobs for any woman in the world: Acting ...
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On Leadership - The Washington Post

On Leadership - The Washington Post | Leadership at Work | Scoop.it
Leadership book of the week | Red Thread Thinking | On Leadership - The Washington Post http://t.co/9oOEFf65qA
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Talent spotters usually get it wrong

Talent spotters usually get it wrong | Leadership at Work | Scoop.it
Managers are so bad at identifying talent in their teams that it might be better to promote the ones that were not picked by their boss.
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Leadership, Coaching, and Mentoring

Leadership, Coaching, and Mentoring | Leadership at Work | Scoop.it
Leadership, Coaching, and Mentoring, by Eugene: Today's news for tomorrows leaders! (Leadership, Coaching, and Mentoring is out!
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The Delicate Art Of Managing Both Your Boss And Your Employees

The Delicate Art Of Managing Both Your Boss And Your Employees | Leadership at Work | Scoop.it
The best leaders are able to manage their employees while adapting to the needs of those higher up on the management hierarchy. Here are six ways to...

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Matrix management

Matrix management | Leadership at Work | Scoop.it
Matrix management is a structure for running those companies that have both a diversity of products and a diversity of markets. In a matrix structure, responsibility...
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Gamification In Leadership Development: How Companies Use Gaming To Build Their Leader Pipeline

Gamification In Leadership Development: How Companies Use Gaming To Build Their Leader Pipeline | Leadership at Work | Scoop.it
Have you ever watched someone play Angry Birds, Fruit Ninja, or World of Warcraft? They are totally absorbed in the moment. What are they playing for, you might ask? Often, it is just the sense of personal accomplishment in reaching a new level.
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A case against the office cubicle

A case against the office cubicle | Leadership at Work | Scoop.it
New research contradicts conventional wisdom that open-plan offices improve communication and collaboration. (Who asked for "ease of interaction?
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Organisations not confident about leadership capability, Harvard Business Publishing finds

Organisations not confident about leadership capability, Harvard Business Publishing finds | Leadership at Work | Scoop.it

Only 32% of executives believe their organisations have the right leadership talent and skills to achieve their strategic goals, according to research from Harvard Business Publishing. 


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David Hain's curator insight, September 12, 2013 2:41 AM

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Dealing with poor performers in government

Dealing with poor performers in government | Leadership at Work | Scoop.it
For supervisors ready to get serious about employees with chronic performance issues, here are some steps you can take.
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What Nelson Mandela had to say about leadership - Washington Post

What Nelson Mandela had to say about leadership - Washington Post | Leadership at Work | Scoop.it
BDlive What Nelson Mandela had to say about leadership Washington Post Hearing the news about Mandela's condition, I was reminded of Stengel's 2008 cover story about Mandela, “The Secrets of Leadership.” On the occasion of Mandela's 90th birthday,...
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Biz Lounge: Times Internet's Satyan Gajwani on corporate culture

In this segment, CEO Satyan Gajwani talks about how he got the top job at Times Internet at just 28 years of age (@satyangajwani talks about why his leadership style is untraditional in India on Biz Lounge http://t.co/3NDTYHl7Hq)...
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What Does Your Personal Code of Conduct Say About You?

What Does Your Personal Code of Conduct Say About You? | Leadership at Work | Scoop.it
Your Personal Code of Conduct Defines Your Character

 
Let's face it we can all espouse great core values with corresponding rules to support them, but th(...) (What Does Your Personal Code of Conduct Say About You?
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