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Leadership, Toxic Leadership, and Systems Thinking
Here are three subjects that continue to fascinate: Leadership (in general), Toxic Leadership, and Systems Thinking.
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toxic_leadership.pdf

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Although I wrote this from a military perspective, much of the essay applies to other contexts as well.

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Expressing Loyal Dissent: Moral Considerations from Literature on Followership

Expressing Loyal Dissent: Moral Considerations from Literature on Followership | Leadership, Toxic Leadership, and Systems Thinking | Scoop.it
(2014). Expressing Loyal Dissent. Public Integrity: Vol. 17, No. 1, pp. 5-18.
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This one is just out. An exploration of how we might approach balancing loyalty to supervisors and the need to speak truth to power. 

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Leadership and Systems Thinking

This article examines the role of systems thinking and suggests how it might be of use to those who seek to influence organizations.
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Leadership Matters's curator insight, May 21, 2014 5:54 PM

Good article on systems thinking in leadership.

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Air and Space Power Journal: Toxic Leadership, Unit Climate, and Organizational Effectiveness

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I was asked to write this one for the Air and Space Power Journal. It is good to see some interest from the Air Force. 

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The Pen and the Sword- JFQ 72

The Pen and the Sword- JFQ 72 | Leadership, Toxic Leadership, and Systems Thinking | Scoop.it
An administrator examines the war colleges and the joint professional military education institutions and calls on the schools to employ the optimal mix of military and civilian faculty to encourage the rise of new thinking in vital areas and...
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This was my attempt to provide some additional perspective to the debate about the relevancy and effectiveness of the war colleges. I wanted to share some insights from having been a student and faculty member in the system of professional military education as well as a faculty member and administrator in non-military settings. I hope it provokes some discussion, especially with regard to policies and procedures relating to the faculty.

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Toxic Leaders Interview conducted by George Reed, of Leadership Studies at the USD - YouTube

Toxic Leaders Interview conducted by George Reed, Associate Professor of Leadership Studies at the University of San Diego

Via Dr. Susan Bainbridge, AlGonzalezinfo
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Jean Lipman-Blumen is a wonderful person and a world-class scholar. This interview was part of a graduate course where the students prepared the questions and introductions while I played the host. They read her work before the class. We later turned off the lights and camera and engaged in a wonderful dialogue. 

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AlGonzalezinfo's curator insight, April 18, 2014 6:16 AM

This a wonderful interview, once you get to it.  The introduction is long  but you can skip ahead around 2:30 to get to the interview.  


I truly admire Dr. Lipman-Blumen and totally agree with her views on what the media causes and her perspective on why toxic leaders get ahead. 


One of my favorite parts is when she asks the audience how many of them have experienced a toxic leader and the majority of the audiences raises the hands. 


Long but worth the time!  

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Toxic Leadership Part Deux

A look at toxic leadership from a military context. (Just uploaded Toxic Leadership Part Deux http://t.co/khe02CtMz3 via @Scribd)
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Army Takes On Its Own Toxic Leaders

Army Takes On Its Own Toxic Leaders | Leadership, Toxic Leadership, and Systems Thinking | Scoop.it
Could destructive leadership be contributing to the rise in soldiers who commit suicide?
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I was pleased to contribute to this story. 

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Wildland Fire Leadership: Toxic Leadership Will Not be Tolerated

Wildland Fire Leadership: Toxic Leadership Will Not be Tolerated | Leadership, Toxic Leadership, and Systems Thinking | Scoop.it
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Here's a nice summary of some of my thoughts on Toxic Leadership by my friend and ace San Diego Fire Chief, Brian Fennessy. I think he knows my work better than I do. I love it when insights like these cross contexts. 

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What NOT to Do When You Work For a Jerk - Fast Company

What NOT to Do When You Work For a Jerk - Fast Company | Leadership, Toxic Leadership, and Systems Thinking | Scoop.it
Sometimes the key to dealing with a bad boss is remembering what you shouldn't do when you're under fire.
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Composure is an effective behavior in the face of a tirade. 

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Why being a workaholic is bad for you and the boss

Why being a workaholic is bad for you and the boss | Leadership, Toxic Leadership, and Systems Thinking | Scoop.it
You might be a workaholic if you're watching this from the office while answering emails, eating breakfast, writing a report and listening to a conference call.
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The test for workaholism is when the compulsive need to work that interferes with non-work aspects of life. Moving between work and non-work provides a restorative energy flow. Working hard isn't a bad thing, especially if you enjoy what you do. Like most behaviors it is problematic if it has a negative impact on important relationships outside of the workplace.

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How To Deal With A Toxic Boss - Lifehacker Australia

How To Deal With A Toxic Boss - Lifehacker Australia | Leadership, Toxic Leadership, and Systems Thinking | Scoop.it
Toxic boss bringing you down? Here are some tips for coping.
Toxic boss picture from Shutterstock
In Australia, workplace health and safety legislatio...
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There seems to be some consensus around ways to survive a toxic boss. Many of the themes that are emerging on this subject are represented in this posting. 

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What is a Toxic Leader? | Blog.SHRM.org

What is a Toxic Leader? | Blog.SHRM.org | Leadership, Toxic Leadership, and Systems Thinking | Scoop.it
5 signs of a toxic leader - http://t.co/fqXpm0SFv4 via @ArielleCareers #management #careertips #leadership
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Andrew has done some good work on this topic. I consider him someone to watch for future contributions. 

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The Internet Is Finally Forcing Management to Care About People

The Internet Is Finally Forcing Management to Care About People | Leadership, Toxic Leadership, and Systems Thinking | Scoop.it
The humanist strand of management thinking that celebrates teams and collaboration through respect for customers and workers as human beings has a long and distinguished history.
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I raise my glass to the humanists. People have always made lousy parts for machine-age organizations. Perhaps the authors of this one are right in that the advent of the information age is bringing new ways of thinking about the role of people in organizations. 

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How to Join a Nonprofit Board of Directors

How to Join a Nonprofit Board of Directors | Leadership, Toxic Leadership, and Systems Thinking | Scoop.it
Learn how to join a nonprofit board of directors and how to find one that is right for you.
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Sometimes nonprofit organizations need ideas and expertise, but it is also important to understand the financial expectations that go with board membership. 

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The 12 New Rules for Managing Your Employees Like Real People

The 12 New Rules for Managing Your Employees Like Real People | Leadership, Toxic Leadership, and Systems Thinking | Scoop.it
Quit treating your people like human resources. Instead try treating them like real people, and watch their performance go through the roof.
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Managing talent is a much more effective approach than merely engaging in personnel management. 

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24 Charts Of Leadership Styles Around The World

24 Charts Of Leadership Styles Around The World | Leadership, Toxic Leadership, and Systems Thinking | Scoop.it
British linguist Richard Lewis charts everything from structured individualism in the U.S. to ringi-sho consensus in Japan.

Via Bonnie Hohhof
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i found this interesting. I always appreciate a good graphic as a visual learner. I wouldn't take any of these depictions as particularly accurate, but do see them as valuable for thinking about cultural differences regarding perceptions of leadership in the aggregate. 

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Roy Sheneman, PhD's curator insight, May 5, 8:55 AM

Interesting depiction of leadership from around the world. 

donhornsby's curator insight, May 5, 9:59 AM

A helpful and interesting look at the different leadership structures found around the world.

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Achieving Great Work with a Difficult Boss - AMA Playbook

Achieving Great Work with a Difficult Boss - AMA Playbook | Leadership, Toxic Leadership, and Systems Thinking | Scoop.it
How can employees go about achieving great work with a difficult boss? Michael Bungay Stanier sat down with AMA to discuss achieving great work.
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Relationships are two-way streets. We can make them better or worse  based on how we react. We should not forget that we are part of the systems around us. 

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ARE YOU /DO YOU HAVE A BAD BOSS?

ARE YOU /DO YOU HAVE A BAD BOSS? | Leadership, Toxic Leadership, and Systems Thinking | Scoop.it
  You will hear this from me a lot. Managers manage things, while leaders inspire people.  If you are in a management position, it is important to note the difference.  The goal here is to mak...
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There are as many ways to be a bad boss as a good one. What complicates the analysis is the fact that different situations call for different leadership approaches. 

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How The Wrong People Get Promoted And How To Change It

How The Wrong People Get Promoted And How To Change It | Leadership, Toxic Leadership, and Systems Thinking | Scoop.it
Research reveals that companies consistently choose the wrong people for management roles. Here's what you can do to avoid the same mistake.
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Why is it that we sometimes seem to actually prefer destructive leaders? 

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What makes some federal agencies better than others at innovation

What makes some federal agencies better than others at innovation | Leadership, Toxic Leadership, and Systems Thinking | Scoop.it
Government-wide employee data suggest that much more needs to be done to foster innovation within agencies.
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Innovation and government bureaucracy are words that do not often appear in the same sentence. The environment is frequently rule-bound and constrained in a way that does not induce creativity. The challenges faced by the public sector, however, do require creativity and innovation for the good of society at large. Determining ways to facilitate creativity and innovation in a bureaucratic structure is a noble endeavor. 

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6 Ways to Avoid Becoming a Toxic Leader

Leadership done poorly "demotivates individuals and damages organizations." Keep asking for feedback and avoid getting carried away by your emotions.
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Not a bad list as these lists go. 

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How would you rate employee performance reviews? - Philly.com

How would you rate employee performance reviews? - Philly.com | Leadership, Toxic Leadership, and Systems Thinking | Scoop.it
What do managers hate to give, do employees hate to get, and doesn't always work anyway, while costing a lot of money?
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Best quote in this article: Kevin R. Murphy, an affiliate professor at Colorado State University, described formal performance appraisal systems as a "large-scale, carefully developed system for making people unhappy."

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Five Toxic Leadership Behaviors that Poison Culture

Five Toxic Leadership Behaviors that Poison Culture | Leadership, Toxic Leadership, and Systems Thinking | Scoop.it
  “Live or die, but don’t poison everything.” —Anne Sexton By Elizabeth Stincelli, DM   Leadership Behaviors What you, as a leader, do everyday has a ripple effect throughout your organiz...
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There is a time and place for almost any leadership behavior. The problem arises when  a preferred style is inappropriate for a given situation or context. As an example, there is a time to micromanage as in a crisis or when there is a critical function that needs attention, but it should not be a default setting. 

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What Will Your Leadership Legacy Say About You?

What Will Your Leadership Legacy Say About You? | Leadership, Toxic Leadership, and Systems Thinking | Scoop.it
Leadership is often messy and unpredictable. Leaders today are trying to do more with fewer resources, and in a shorter timeframe.

Via Anne Leong
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Thinking about legacy can be a good exercise since it recognizes that the organization will continue after you have moved on. The real question is whether it will be better or worse off as the result of your influence.

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