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Research and reflections on educational leadership, trust issues and learning technologies
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Technology’s Role in Leadership Development

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Prof. Hankell's curator insight, September 24, 2013 6:24 AM

The workplace is increasingly dominated by technology...

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Don’t trust your boss? You’re not alone… | Badenoch & Clark

Don’t trust your boss? You’re not alone… | Badenoch & Clark | Leadership, Trust and e-Learning | Scoop.it
A total of 28% of employees do not trust the senior leaders in their organisation.

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Great Leaders Inspire Trust - Leadership | Entrepreneur.com

Great Leaders Inspire Trust - Leadership  | Entrepreneur.com | Leadership, Trust and e-Learning | Scoop.it
If people don't trust you to follow through, they simply won't follow.

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Where is Britain's leadership in this global economic storm?

Where is Britain's leadership in this global economic storm? | Leadership, Trust and e-Learning | Scoop.it
Ed Balls: In global economic crises the British chancellor has always led the response, but the Conservatives are nowhere to be seen (RT @edballsmp: My article for Guardian @commentisfree: Where is Britain's leadership in this global economic storm?
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8 Steps to Leading Through Storytelling

8 Steps to Leading Through Storytelling | Leadership, Trust and e-Learning | Scoop.it

"Leadership is storytelling. It is the successful communication of your own story in a manner that connects among those you work with and guide. It is bringing alive a product or service through a connecting narrative. You lead by example. How well do you tell your own story?"

 

Well said. This is a terrific piece connecting leadership and storytelling.  

 

Whether you are the CEO of a Fortune 500 company or a solo-preneur, the insights here on the importance and connection of storytelling skills to effective business are key.

 

Don't miss out on the points in this article.  Follow the author's guidelines to engage the hearts and minds of those in your sphere of influence.


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Trust in the Workplace: The Leader’s Judgement Call

Trust in the Workplace: The Leader’s Judgement Call | Leadership, Trust and e-Learning | Scoop.it
As a leader in your organisation, you work in a role where you cannot achieve anything of value unilaterally.  You need to work well with a range of other colleagues to achieve outcomes of benefit...

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Thanks, Leadership Day 2011

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Leadership Day 2011 has become very inspiring!  So far, there are 76 blog posts listed that talk about Technology and Leadership in one way or another. I have read a few, but look forward to read ...
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Become an “Eeel:” The 17 E’s of Electronic Education Leadership Excellence: Leadership Day 2011 (Hat tip to Tom Peters)

Become an “Eeel:” The 17 E’s of Electronic Education Leadership Excellence: Leadership Day 2011 (Hat tip to Tom Peters) | Leadership, Trust and e-Learning | Scoop.it
Today is Leadership Day, the day each year Scott McLeod invites educational bloggers to post their thoughts on advancing ed-tech leadership in our schools.  To quote Scott,


Many of our school...
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