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Emotional Intelligence: Organizational Change by Adaptive Leadership - Intelligent Head Quarters

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  Emotions in Organizational Change What exactly is the change? What skills does a real Leader need to lead through the change successfully? Cha...

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The Modern Connected Workspace - thank you! @JESS3 [INFOGRAPHIC] - AllTwitter

The Modern Connected Workspace - thank you! @JESS3 [INFOGRAPHIC] - AllTwitter | Leadership Psychology | Scoop.it
The Modern Connected Workspace [INFOGRAPHIC]

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The far-reaching impact of technology: new environments require new leadership approaches & skills. 

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Jeni Mawter's curator insight, February 7, 2013 3:07 PM

Multiple screens connected in multiple ways will impact reading of children's and young adult stories in exciting new ways.

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Brian David Johnson: Intel's Guide to the Future - Forbes

Brian David Johnson: Intel's Guide to the Future - Forbes | Leadership Psychology | Scoop.it
Brian David Johnson, Intel's resident futurist, discusses forecasting the future, getting ordinary people involved in building a better future, and how to remember the humans when machines talk to each other.

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Adaptive leadership recognizes that we're a complex system and that means, as Johnson says, that everyone needs to be involved.

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siobhan-o-flynn's curator insight, January 26, 2013 4:14 AM

by Alex Knapp 10/13/2011:

 

"I was fascinated by the process, but given that Johnson has been at Intel for 10 years, I had to ask: has he ever been surprised by a trend?

 

“Yes,” he says. “This is embarrassing, but I’ll share it anyway. Back in 2004-2005, we were working on futurecasting for 2015. Not that long ago, right? But we were sure that the future of entertainment was going to be all about demand. On-demand movies. But when our researchers came back, we found that the number one thing that people wanted was access to the Internet. Because it afforded them more personalization and more than just on-demand. Basically, people were telling us, ‘It’s the Internet, stupid.

 

For us, this had huge implications. We realized we needed to work towards a computational platform that meaningfully combines TV with the personalization and choice of the Internet. That’s much more complicated than on-demand.”..."

Zan Chandler's curator insight, January 28, 2013 10:18 PM

A great insight into how futurists and foresighters can apply their skills and experience.

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Emotional Intelligence and the Brain: an interview with Daniel Goleman

Emotional Intelligence and the Brain: an interview with Daniel Goleman | Leadership Psychology | Scoop.it
Daniel Goleman's new book, The Brain and Emotional Intelligence: New Insights, is a fascinating round-up of the latest cutting-edge research into how emotions a (Emotional Intelligence and the Brain: An Interview with @DanielGolemanEI >

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Transformational Performance-Based Leadership: Addressing Non-Routine Adaptive Challenges - Ivey Business Journal

Transformational Performance-Based Leadership: Addressing Non-Routine Adaptive Challenges - Ivey Business Journal | Leadership Psychology | Scoop.it
A leader’s job is to create contexts that will allow followers to adopt new perspectives on the challenges they face, and therefore, new actions that lead...

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Emotional Intelligence: Organizational Change by Adaptive Leadership - Intelligent Head Quarters

Emotional Intelligence: Organizational Change by Adaptive Leadership - Intelligent Head Quarters | Leadership Psychology | Scoop.it
  Emotions in Organizational Change What exactly is the change? What skills does a real Leader need to lead through the change successfully? Cha...

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5 Storytelling Elements That Will Improve Your Marketing

5 Storytelling Elements That Will Improve Your Marketing | Leadership Psychology | Scoop.it

Storytelling is a really important way to connect with your audience – it is at the heart of families, communities and cultures around the world. Storytelling will help you develop emotional connections and build relationships.


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Zombies, Twitter, And Braaiiins!: The Neuroscience of The Walking Dead

Zombies, Twitter, And Braaiiins!: The Neuroscience of The Walking Dead | Leadership Psychology | Scoop.it

Neal Ungerleider:  "A study of "Walking Dead" viewers looks at what happens to the mind while watching a zombie apocalypse… and what happens when viewers don’t share emotionally wrenching scenes on social media."


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he has problems ^^^
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Leadership Psychologists Release Influence App.

Leadership Psychologists Release Influence App. | Leadership Psychology | Scoop.it
Leadership psychologists at Wise Leader™ have, this week, released an app which allows people to build a psychological profile of people they know in order to influence them better.
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Story Worldwide's Storytelling Matrix

Story Worldwide's Storytelling Matrix | Leadership Psychology | Scoop.it

Omar Kattan: "This excellent video by Story Worldwide has been featured on Brand Stories for a while now. Not sure if you’ve seen it? If you haven’t, it’s definitely worth your time" ...


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Morning Advantage: Why Leadership Is Tougher Than It Used to Be ...

Morning Advantage: Why Leadership Is Tougher Than It Used to Be ... | Leadership Psychology | Scoop.it
One could do worse than hold up Steve Jobs as a leadership model. He was cocksure. He was unrelenting in his vision. But, as Barbara Kellerman argues in Ivey Business Journal, Jobs wasn't a paragon. He was an outlier.
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Good Leadership: Why Being Effective Is Not Enough

Good Leadership: Why Being Effective Is Not Enough | Leadership Psychology | Scoop.it

Effective leaders are not necessarily good leaders. (What Is Good Leadership? 

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The Basics Of Neuromarketing

The Basics Of Neuromarketing | Leadership Psychology | Scoop.it
A Panda and a Penguin walk into a bar--and send your Google search ranking plummeting a few hundred places.If you didn’t laugh at the above, that’s because it’s not really a joke.
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Neuroleadership - brain science isn't just for marketing

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Kimberlee Comfort's curator insight, January 26, 2013 6:31 PM

Reminds me of the new resarch domain NeuroEducation and it's interdisciplinary effortst to figure out how it is exactly that we learn, and how we can be better tearchers.

Sean Thoennes's curator insight, May 17, 2013 11:55 AM

Pulling the threads of global togetherness tighter through speed-of-light marketing.

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‘Dear Friends’: Pope Takes to Twitter, With an Assist

‘Dear Friends’: Pope Takes to Twitter, With an Assist | Leadership Psychology | Scoop.it
Pope Benedict XVI sent a Twitter message on Wednesday that embraced his following on the social network, opening a new chapter in papal discourse.
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The church expands transmedia reach through papal tweeting.   Good leaders speak where their audience will hear.

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What Being an "Authentic Leader" Really Means

What Being an "Authentic Leader" Really Means | Leadership Psychology | Scoop.it

It doesn't mean "just do whatever you want, as soon as it occurs to you."...Being your true self is not the same as being spontaneous. It is one thing to be authentic, quite another to "shoot from the hip."  It is crucial to recognize that authenticity is a social ability. Implicit in the concept of being authentic — "being actually what is claimed" — are qualities of interactive behavior.


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Leadership 2.0: Are You An Adaptive Leader?

Leadership 2.0: Are You An Adaptive Leader? | Leadership Psychology | Scoop.it
Adaptive Leadership is…

Emotional Intelligence -Emotional intelligence is a set of skills that capture our awareness of our own emotions and the emotions of others and how we use this awareness to manage ourselves effectively and form quality relationships.

Organizational Justice – Great leaders don’t shy away from the truth. They know how to integrate what people think, what they want to hear, and how they want to hear it with the facts. This makes people feel respected and valued.
Character – Leaders who embody a true sense of character are transparent and forthcoming. They aren’t perfect, but they earn people’s respect by walking their talk.

Development – The moment leaders think they have nothing more to learn and have no obligation to help develop those they lead is the moment they ensure they’ll never know their true potential.

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Adaptive Leadership: Khan Academy Founder Proposes New Type of College: Wired Campus - The Chronicle of Higher Education

Adaptive Leadership: Khan Academy Founder Proposes New Type of College: Wired Campus - The Chronicle of Higher Education | Leadership Psychology | Scoop.it

Salman Khan’s dream college looks very different from the typical four-year institution.

 

The founder of Khan Academy, a popular site that offers free online video lectures about a variety of subjects, lays out his thoughts on the future of education in his book, The One World School House: Education Reimagined, released last month. Though most of the work describes Mr. Khan’s experiences with Khan Academy and his suggestions for changing elementary- and secondary-school systems, he does devote a few chapters to higher education.

 

In a chapter titled “What College Could Be Like,” Mr. Khan conjures an image of a new campus in Silicon Valley where students would spend their days working on internships and projects with mentors, and would continue their education with self-paced learning similar to that of Khan Academy. The students would attend ungraded seminars at night on art and literature, and the faculty would consist of professionals the students would work with as well as traditional professors....


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What kinds of local stories drive engagement? The results of an NPR Facebook experiment

What kinds of local stories drive engagement? The results of an NPR Facebook experiment | Leadership Psychology | Scoop.it
Not every story has the same capacity to connect with an audience on social media. Enter the land of Topical Buzzers, Curiosity Stimulators, and Feel-Good Smilers.

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Henry Jenkins - The Transmedia Generation: Spreadable Media, Fan Activism & Participatory Learning

Henry Jenkins - The Transmedia Generation: Spreadable Media, Fan Activism & Participatory Learningon Connected Learning on Livestream - Watch live streaming Internet TV.

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the transmedia generation

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The New Psychology of Strategic Leadership

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The Idea in Brief Firms typically cluster around a few strategic positions, leaving others unoccupied.
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Digital storytelling: How to tell a story that stands out in the digital age

Digital storytelling: How to tell a story that stands out in the digital age | Leadership Psychology | Scoop.it

Jasper Visser: "To address the most important issue first: there is no such thing as digital storytelling. There’s only storytelling in the digital age, and frankly speaking this isn’t much different from storytelling in the age of hunters, gatherers, dinosaurs and ICQ" ...


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ChelseyMarie's curator insight, January 18, 2013 5:10 PM

What the video! It's amazing.  Book Burn Pary!!! YESSS.

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Transmedia 101: Masterclass with Jon Reiss | Transmedia 101

Transmedia 101: Masterclass with Jon Reiss | Transmedia 101 | Leadership Psychology | Scoop.it

Transmedia 101 presents Jon Reiss: Think Outside the Box Office. Masterclass

 

Taught by critically acclaimed filmmaker and author Jon Reiss, the Think Outside the Box Office (TOTBO) Full Day Master Class, presented by Transmedia 101, gives participants the knowledge and tools they need to create a distribution and marketing path for their films. This course is recommended not only for filmmakers who have finished films, but especially those who are in the early stages of a film project or who want to have a clear understanding of the radically changing landscape for distributing and marketing films.

Jon Reiss’ approach is a practical, step by step guide to create a unique distribution and marketing strategy for your film. During the master class participants will learn:

 

-Goal Assessment
-Audience Identification
-Ways to connect with and build an audience for your work.
-Social media, organizational partnership and crowdfunding essentials.
-How to create a robust Live Event/Theatrical release.
-How to create merchandise that audiences will want to buy.
-A new approach to conceptualizing digital rights and their monetization.
-How to coordinate the timing of their various rights & marketing strategies.
-How to integrate the exciting new world of transmedia into their work.
-What is a Producer of Marketing and Distribution & how they can help you.


Jon Reiss is a media strategist who helps filmmakers & companies navigate the new distribution and marketing landscape. He has worked with and consulted for the Sundance Institute, Screen Australia, Film Independent, Creative Scotland, The South Australian Film Corporation and numerous film schools and festivals to devise ways to educate and help independent filmmakers in the new economic landscape. He has conducted his TOTBO Master Classes over four continents, is the year-round distribution and marketing lab leader at the IFP Filmmaker Labs and the Director of the IFP PMD Labs he co-created with the IFP.

 

www.jonreiss.com   www.facebook.com/reiss.jon

 

 

 


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5 Quick Ways You Can Bring Positive Psychology To Your Workplace - Forbes

5 Quick Ways You Can Bring Positive Psychology To Your Workplace - Forbes | Leadership Psychology | Scoop.it
By Alexa Thompson Flickr Photo By andrewmalone Business leaders can take seemingly small steps to improve the psyche of their employees—changing the overall working environment.
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