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Top 12 Posts From The League of Extraordinary Thinkers, 2013 | Switch and Shift

Top 12 Posts From The League of Extraordinary Thinkers, 2013 | Switch and Shift | Leadership | Scoop.it
If you want a flavor for what is at the core of Switch and Shift’s thought leadership, this is the post for you.

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John Michel's curator insight, December 24, 2013 11:48 AM

It is a privilege to be included in this extraordinary team. Thank you. 

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Will Your Leadership Improvements Stick ? - blogs.hbr.org (blog)

Will Your Leadership Improvements Stick ? - blogs.hbr.org (blog) | Leadership | Scoop.it
Will Your Leadership Improvements Stick ?
blogs.hbr.org (blog)
Debate rages about how much of what is taught in leadership courses actually transfers to leadership practice. Some have suggested that knowledge transfer is as low as 10%.
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What Wendy Davis's Dramatic Filibuster Teaches Us About ...

What Wendy Davis's Dramatic Filibuster Teaches Us About ... | Leadership | Scoop.it
Last night the Texas senator captivated the country with her epic filibuster in the state senate. But it's far from the only thing she's done.
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Behavior Lessons for Leadership and Teamwork | Stanford Graduate School of Business

Behavior Lessons for Leadership and Teamwork | Stanford Graduate School of Business | Leadership | Scoop.it
Body language is critical to your effectiveness in working with other people, says social psychology researcher Deborah Gruenfeld (Professor Deborah Gruenfeld explores why intelligence is not a strong predictor of #leadership:
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LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner On The Value Of Under-Scheduling

LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner On The Value Of Under-Scheduling | Leadership | Scoop.it
Strategic thinking doesn't find itself. It needs timeabout 30 to 90 minutesand space. LinkedIn's Jeff Weiner shows us why.
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