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21st Century Work: Career-Readiness Isn't What It Used To Be

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21st Century Work: Career-Readiness Isn't What It Used To Be
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Many still pursing high potential future leadership programs verus new generation leadership and others pondering the difference??

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The Innovator's DNA

The Innovator's DNA | Leadership Talent Management | Scoop.it
“ Do organizations have the talent in place to drive competitive advantage?”
Via mytalentbook ltd.
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Essential to integrate these skills competencies and develop enabling culture in order to leverage from said innovative capabilities in sustainable manner.
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David A. Kolb on experiential learning.

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David A. Kolb on experiential learning.

David A. Kolb's model of experiential learning can be found in many discussions of the theory and practice of adult education, informal education and lifelong learning.

This paper sets out the model and examines it's possibilities and problems.


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Still one of most definitive contributions towards learning wide and successfully practiced.
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How to Build Your Thought Leadership When You Feel You Have None - Huffington Post

How to Build Your Thought Leadership When You Feel You Have None - Huffington Post | Leadership Talent Management | Scoop.it
“When you're just starting out in your new business, or launching a new practice, consultancy, or solopreneurship, it can be very enlivening to follow people who are ten steps (or 100) ahead of you, to learn from those you'd like to emulate.”
Via Jayson
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Amazing piece with relevant tips and hooks for many hours reflection as it relates to becoming a thought leader if note
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The 100 Best Leadership Blogs Based on Social Shares « Leadership In Action

The 100 Best Leadership Blogs Based on Social Shares « Leadership In Action | Leadership Talent Management | Scoop.it

For the last two years we’ve published a list of the most socially-shared leadership blogs. Since these leadership blogs are shared quite a bit on social media, we like to call them the Best Leadership Blogs. We’ve compiled the list again, based on social-share data from 2014.


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Split HR? Rethinking HR's Role Within Larger Organizations - TalentCulture

Split HR? Rethinking HR's Role Within Larger Organizations - TalentCulture | Leadership Talent Management | Scoop.it
We all know that HR is at a crossroads. One of the hottest topics being discussed at the C-suite level is whether HR should be split into two distinct functions – one that handles administration and one that manages leadership ... Read More
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#HR Transformation advocating split of roles, processes ,technologies functions  etc into administrative/transcational versus transformational and or enabling long overdue as is acceleration of # HR automaion and# HR  outsourcing of administrative component. Having seen this accross industries now must say hospitality and or QSR industry secor lags by well over a decade. 

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A Talent Management Truth: Your Employees ARE Your Brand!

A Talent Management Truth: Your Employees ARE Your Brand! | Leadership Talent Management | Scoop.it
North Americans tend to be a results-oriented bunch. We applaud an endeavor’s result, but are sometimes myopic about how that result was achieved. The same can be said about some business …
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 #Employee engagement & Branding. Even more so in emerging markets.

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The 4S Marketers: How to design the marketing organisation of the future | Brand Learning

The 4S Marketers: How to design the marketing organisation of the future | Brand Learning | Leadership Talent Management | Scoop.it
As the customer champion, Marketing is well placed to drive the organisation behind this shared purpose of creating motivating experiences. However Marketing cannot fulfil this role operating as a siloed function seeking to influence the broader organisation as it does in many organisations today.
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# Org design Great ideas/examples as it relates to ganisation design  for  marketing ecosystem not function as all about the customers experience.

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Large Cohorts: When Leadership Development Meets MOOCs | Harvard Business Publishing

Large Cohorts: When Leadership Development Meets MOOCs | Harvard Business Publishing | Leadership Talent Management | Scoop.it
There’s a lot of excitement these days about Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). Hundreds of courses are available from platforms like Harvard’s edX on a wide range of topics, from Greek Heroes to Customer Centricity to Corporate Entrepreneurship.

Via Don Dea
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#Leadership talent development leveraging great design insights to accelerate and deepen learning from MOOC content.

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Don Dea's curator insight, December 14, 2014 3:26 AM

Here are a few more things we’ve learned about designing these large-cohort programs so that they are valuable, engaging, and easily accessible: 

  • Context is king. Tailor the program to your company’s specific needs. Make sure that all content ties to and supports your strategy. No course-for-the-sake-of-course approach. 
  • Design for connection. Our large cohort programs are structured to draw in the participants’ varied experiences and viewpoints. Peer-to-peer learning can be extremely impactful if you think through what you will be asking participants to do as a group. 
    • For example, Interactive case discussions aren’t effective when there are more than 50 individuals on-line. Same holds for Application exercises – small groups work better.  (When colleges tout their small class size, they’re on to something.) 
    • Small group breakouts give everyone a chance to be heard and to connect with others. After, the whole cohort can review some of the key learnings and best practices.
ExtensionEngine's curator insight, December 15, 2014 7:48 AM

Good to see HBS helping develop a language for describing this. #MOOC often doesn't make sense for #professional #education

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Five habits for executives to become more digital | McKinsey & Company

Five habits for executives to become more digital | McKinsey & Company | Leadership Talent Management | Scoop.it
Need to catch up to the digital revolution? Here’s our cheat sheet for the C-suite. A McKinsey & Company article.
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#Executive Leadership assessment, selection  and development imperative as many a 40+ C Suite Exec clueless and palms off on CFO or CIO who also have difficulty  viably translating  all in commmercialy eg, takes 18 months to generate new mobile payment app's.

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Integrated Talent Management to Fuel Female Leadership

Integrated Talent Management to Fuel Female Leadership | Leadership Talent Management | Scoop.it
We have reached a point where disregarding 50% of the talent pool is inadmissible. It’s no longer an ethical or moral issue. It’s a business imperative. With a fiercely competitive global economy where women influence 80% of the purchasing decisions, organizations are forced to seriously look at the lack of female leadership at senior levels.
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# Leadership Talent Management needs to stop disregarding 50% of the talent pool is  its inadmissible. It’s no longer an ethical or moral issue. It’s a business imperative. With a fiercely competitive global economy where women influence 80% of the purchasing decisions, organizations are forced to seriously look at the lack of female leadership at senior levels.

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Top Companies For Developing Leaders Share Five Leadership Traits

Top Companies For Developing Leaders Share Five Leadership Traits | Leadership Talent Management | Scoop.it
The top companies for leaders change their leadership development programs to meet market conditions but don’t cancel them due to market conditions. Your own professional development should also be sustainable, and not only when you have extra time or budget. In the next 12 months: which leadership books will you read? Which conferences will you attend? Which professional associations or individual contacts in your broader network will you prioritize? What professional development will you pursue?
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The top companies for leaders change their approiach according to strategic business context and invest as well as prioritise accordingly.

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"Around 30% of business performance is driven by leadership and line management"

"Around 30% of business performance is driven by leadership and line management" | Leadership Talent Management | Scoop.it
We catch up with Anne-Marie Malley, partner and head of Deloitte’s people & programmes practice.
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Great statistics to prove ROI

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40 Organisations Leading the World in Employee Engagement

40 Organisations Leading the World in Employee Engagement | Leadership Talent Management | Scoop.it
“ Truly engaged workplaces are rare. Gallup research shows that worldwide, just 13% of employees are engaged in their jobs -- they are involved in, enthusiastic about and committed to their work and workplace.”
Via Alexis Assimacopoulos
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There are " great places to work" and then there are engaging workplaces which radiate inspirational leadership as measured by Gallup's Q12 and net employee promoter scores.
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Your Corporate Culture: Real or Imaginary? | Situational Communication

Your Corporate Culture: Real or Imaginary? | Situational Communication | Leadership Talent Management | Scoop.it
Results with Relationship
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When leaders don’t walk the talk of an innovative, competitive, customer-focused organization – one that values integrity, mutual respect, collaboration, accountability, diversity and, most importantly, a positive, supportive, collegial relationship with the employees who make corporate success possible – then the talk becomes meaningless. - Theoretical dream but practical illusion.

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Take a Look at Yourself in the Leadership Mirror

Take a Look at Yourself in the Leadership Mirror | Leadership Talent Management | Scoop.it
“To gain a better understanding of your leadership strengths and weaknesses, take a look at yourself through the eyes of others.”
Via Talent Management Services
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Mirror, mirror on the wall who is the fairest leader of them all?
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Unleash Your High Potentials: Turning Doers Into Drivers - Huffington Post

Unleash Your High Potentials: Turning Doers Into Drivers - Huffington Post | Leadership Talent Management | Scoop.it
When I'm working with leaders and high potentials to identify their development gaps, one of the most common hurdles I see is the inability to switch from being Doers to Drivers....
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Imperative to develop self insight and management of this subtle but essential point of differentiation.

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How to Measure the ROI of Company Culture

How to Measure the ROI of Company Culture | Leadership Talent Management | Scoop.it
And, what are our results? In three years, not one employee has voluntarily left, which is a phenomenon that we believe can be replicated at any organization.

Via Anne Leong
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So important to consider as huge amounts spendt on embedding it and hiring for" culture fit" not to mention many a line manager unable to differentiate between competencies, capabilities and or culture.

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The People Equation

The People Equation | Leadership Talent Management | Scoop.it
Leadership Development and Career Success Tips
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Compliment# leadership transition  transition with robust #psychometric assessment to guide further career development & advancment .

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Personalize Learning: 10 Trends to Personalize Learning in 2015

Personalize Learning: 10 Trends to Personalize Learning in 2015 | Leadership Talent Management | Scoop.it
“Check out the 10 Trends to Personalize Learning around Learning Culture, Learning Environments, Deeper Learning and Partnerships in Learning.”
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Hopefully it's economically viable to do so .
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Managers’ Style Stifles Culture Change

Managers’ Style Stifles Culture Change | Leadership Talent Management | Scoop.it
Most companies said management style is the biggest hurdle to transforming organizational culture, according to recent research.
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Seldom do organizations have a singular workplace culture, according to the survey. About 44 percent of respondents said workplace culture varies by business unit, while 24 percent said it varies by geographic location and 22 percent said by job role. Just 10 percent said workplace culture varies by career level.

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Three Critical Conversations that Boost Employee Engagement

Three Critical Conversations that Boost Employee Engagement | Leadership Talent Management | Scoop.it
In our TLNT article Despite Your Best Efforts, Why Aren’t Your Employees More Engaged?, we promised to provide follow-up “How to” articles on how get the information you need from your …

Via Anne Leong
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#Employee Engagement like leaderso  is a CONTACT SPORT suprisingly how many leaders dont appreciate need for frequent crucial and corageous conversations, still refusing to  own up to question 'Why should anyone be lead by you?"

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Belva Jennings's curator insight, December 10, 2014 9:49 AM

Nice grouping of the different kinds of conversations you should be having with your employees...it's not all performance management and feedback, but all can pull employees toward that "Committed" side of the Commitment Continuum (remember that?).

Wally Stump's curator insight, December 14, 2014 11:21 AM

It is difficult to overstate the importance of getting feedback from others on your own performance.

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Companies are realising they must hire self-learners, says Josh Bersin

Companies are realising they must hire self-learners, says Josh Bersin | Leadership Talent Management | Scoop.it
“Companies are realising they have to look for people who are creative and self-learners. There’s an accelerating obsolescence of skills. If you’re a software engineer and you don’t know machine learning, you’re falling out of the mainstream. The rate of change in all these technical disciplines is going up.”“Companies want to hire self-learners who are passionate about their domain, hard-working, collaborative, creative and want to stay ahead.”
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What Talent Management, Engagement And Culture Share - TalentCulture

What Talent Management, Engagement And Culture Share - TalentCulture | Leadership Talent Management | Scoop.it
Company success links directly to what talent management, employee engagement and organizational culture have in common. The causal link among the three elements is powerful. It’s much like a rowing crew’s connection among rowers, oars, and scull. Previously defined, talent ... Read More

Via Rami Kantari
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Great need for organisational leadership to connect these dots and allign solutions accordingly to future proof its strategy.

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Why assess your next CEO?

Why assess your next CEO? | Leadership Talent Management | Scoop.it
Due diligence for hiring top executives can often be found lacking.
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Very pertinent question? Why not entire C Suite? ...

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