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Canada can lead the conversation on women’s leadership in the economy

Canada can lead the conversation on women’s leadership in the economy | Leadership | Scoop.it
Startup Canada Day on the Hill: Tech entrepreneur Saadia Muzaffar shares her views on how to make Canada better by supporting entrepreneurs (RT @SuccessionToday: Canada can lead the conversation on women’s leadership in the economy
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High fidelity: Julian Richer rewards staff loyalty with holiday homes and trips on the company jet. Next? He's planning their inheritance...

High fidelity: Julian Richer rewards staff loyalty with holiday homes and trips on the company jet. Next? He's planning their inheritance... | Leadership | Scoop.it
Why can't all bosses be like Julian Richer? I'm not going to beat about the bush here: I think Julian is great.
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Julian rocks!

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Create Your Personal Leadership Brand via LinkedIn Featuring Paul N Larsen

Create Your Personal Leadership Brand via LinkedIn Featuring Paul N Larsen | Leadership | Scoop.it
A Social Media Workshop Series for Business Professionals No matter your business role or your business title, successful professionals today need to have an online presence that demonstrates their personal brand of leadership to their...
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Michelle Gilstrap's curator insight, November 13, 2013 2:05 PM

Great article using Linkedin, so many people overlook this great tool

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Engaging Employees with Collaboration, the Millennial Way - gThankYou! | Celebrating Work

Engaging Employees with Collaboration, the Millennial Way - gThankYou! | Celebrating Work | Leadership | Scoop.it
Millennials can give us unique insights into ways we can engage employees with collaboration. It is important to be authentic, meaningful and social. (What's the best way to engage millennial employees?
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White House Fellows | The White House

White House Fellows | The White House | Leadership | Scoop.it
Apply for a White House Fellowship—one of America's most prestigious programs for leadership and public service —> http://t.co/lmN8eivRs0
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Leadership Profile: Malala Yousafzai

Leadership Profile: Malala Yousafzai | Leadership | Scoop.it
One of the leadership questions I often hear is this: how can I be a leader when I’m so young? I can’t think of a better example to share than this month’s leadership profile Malala Yousafzai.

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Such an inspiring story!

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Want To Lead? 4 Ways To Demonstrate Your Leadership Potential Today - Forbes

Want To Lead? 4 Ways To Demonstrate Your Leadership Potential Today - Forbes | Leadership | Scoop.it
Want To Lead? 4 Ways To Demonstrate Your Leadership Potential Today
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Not surprised? Me neither; I've been thinking, talking and writing about this for years.
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The Job Market for MBAs is About to Take a Hit

The Job Market for MBAs is About to Take a Hit | Leadership | Scoop.it
A survey of employers suggests the hiring of MBAs in the U.S. will drop 25% in the coming year.
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Five leadership lessons LEGO can teach us

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BUSINESS strategist Ken Perlman shares the parallels between building a complex LEGO set with his two daughters and coaching a client through transformational change.
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A Mirror for Leadership Blind Spots

A Mirror for Leadership Blind Spots | Leadership | Scoop.it
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away (or so it seems), I took on a volunteer leadership role in a rather large organization. Given the issues we were facing, and my own strengths, one of my ke...
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Leadership: Are you Born With it or is it Learned? #TheArtof | VitaSocial

Leadership: Are you Born With it or is it Learned? #TheArtof | VitaSocial | Leadership | Scoop.it
The Art of Leadership is coming to Toronto… join me and others as we learn together and are inspired to make positive changes in our own lives and to learn the skills that could help us make a difference to others through effective leadership.
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"Management" and "leadership" are not synonymous

"Management" and "leadership" are not synonymous | Leadership | Scoop.it
Many people make the mistake of thinking that "management" and "leadership" are synonymous. But the practical implications of that mistake can lead to organizational pathology. The story of the rise and fall of Teva is about ...
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Exploring Distributed Leadership for the Quality Management of Online Learning Environments

Exploring Distributed Leadership for the Quality Management of Online Learning Environments | Leadership | Scoop.it

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Online learning environments (OLEs) are complex information technology (IT) systems that intersect with many areas of university organisation. Distributed models of leadership have been proposed as appropriate for the good governance of OLEs. Based on theoretical and empirical research, a group of Australian universities proposed a framework for the quality management of OLEs, and sought to validate the model via a survey of Australasian university representatives with OLE leadership responsibility. For the framework elements: Planning and Resourcing were rated most important; Organisational structure was rated least important; Technologies were rated low in importance and high in satisfaction; Resourcing and Evaluation were rated low in satisfaction; and Resourcing had the highest rating of importance coupled with low satisfaction. Considering distributed leadership in their institution, respondents reported that the organisational alignments represented by ‘official’ reporting and peer relationships were significantly more important and more effective than the organisational alignments linking the formal and informal leaders. From a range of desirable characteristics of distributed leadership, ‘continuity and sustainability’ received the highest rating of importance and a low rating of ‘in evidence’ – there are concerns about the sustainability of distributed leadership for the governance of OLEs in universities.

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What is Thought Leadership? | OpenView Blog

What is Thought Leadership? | OpenView Blog | Leadership | Scoop.it

What is thought leadership? It’s a question that I recently asked myself after reading about Michigan’s Lake Superior State University’s annual list of overused words and phrases that students deem worthy of banishment from the English language. Among the offenders in 2011 were some tried-and-true favorites (ginormous and man cave to name a couple), as well as relative newcomers to our daily vernacular like occupy (as in Zuccotti Park) and the new normal, a darling of Wall Street since the financial crisis.

 

All in all it’s not a bad list, but it seems to me that our friends at LSSU missed an obvious target. I’m talking about 17 letters that can be combined to form what has become a ubiquitous and, frankly, increasingly cliché term: thought leadership...


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, November 2, 2013 10:34 AM

Useful explorationexploration of thought leadership and best practices.

Luigi Cappel's curator insight, November 2, 2013 3:27 PM

To me the thought leader is the one who promotes thought in others. It's not about having the best ideas, because that is always subjective, but getting people to think who otherwise might not be bothering, in positive directions that are helpful and relevant, is leadership.

 

Are you a thought leader? Do you like to stimulate other people, or share your ideas. What do you do about it. Obviously you're reading this. Do you have a blog, do you present at events? What are you passionate about?

Keepamericaheard Maria Catania's curator insight, November 2, 2013 4:08 PM

I prefer English English vs American English, English English vocabulary is more articulate, more defined...