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3 Things Your Employees Wish You Knew - Laurie-Ann Murabito

3 Things Your Employees Wish You Knew - Laurie-Ann Murabito | Leadership without Titles | Scoop.it
Here are three tips every manager and leader should know about their employees. Guaranteed to change your team and engagement.
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Great read for all us to understand and practice.

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Is Sameness Your Strategy? - Laurie-Ann Murabito

Is Sameness Your Strategy? - Laurie-Ann Murabito | Leadership without Titles | Scoop.it
If you don't make any changes, nothing changes. What goals do you want for yourself? What goals have you forgotten? There is a new way, with one question.
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Tired of what you keep getting? Then it's time to adapt to the new life YOU want.

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5 Timeless Leadership Roles To Help Navigate Change - Forbes

5 Timeless Leadership Roles To Help Navigate Change - Forbes | Leadership without Titles | Scoop.it
Organizations don't change, they adapt. They do so because of the timeless principles leaders (ideally) personify during change...
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Why is change so difficult for orgs and individuals? Fear of losing what we had. Let's reframe our change and adapt to......

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Six Paradoxes Women Leaders Face in 2013

Six Paradoxes Women Leaders Face in 2013 | Leadership without Titles | Scoop.it
The uncomfortable realities women still face, even as they succeed in ever-greater numbers.
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How to Inspire a Culture of Innovation - Entrep...

How to Inspire a Culture of Innovation - Entrep... | Leadership without Titles | Scoop.it
How to Inspire a Culture of Innovation Entrepreneur The fast-paced business world is focused on results and returns, but truly innovative companies have a culture focused on long-term gains where innovation can thrive.
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Ethical leadership: a legacy for the future

Ethical leadership: a legacy for the future | Leadership without Titles | Scoop.it
The article explores the six levels of ethical behavior from the unethical through to the highly ethical.
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Roy Sheneman, PhD's curator insight, July 26, 2013 8:21 AM

We need ehtical leaders now more than ever

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How to Recognize a Leader

How to Recognize a Leader | Leadership without Titles | Scoop.it
Make sure you don't focus so much on the appearance of leadership that you miss the true leaders in your company. These are some qualities to look for in finding a good leader.
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Great advise, love each of them.  It's about being externally focused and not internally focused.

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11 Profiles in Bad Leadership Behavior

11 Profiles in Bad Leadership Behavior | Leadership without Titles | Scoop.it
Recognizing where you fall short in your management style and then developing a plan to strengthen those areas can mean the difference between being a boss and being a leader.
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Spotting Toxic Emotions Before They Infect You At Work - Forbes

Spotting Toxic Emotions Before They Infect You At Work - Forbes | Leadership without Titles | Scoop.it
“Emotions are contagious from the leader outward,” says Daniel Goleman, author and leadership expert whose most popular writings are now available in a single volume, called Leadership: The Power of Emotional Intelligence.
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1. Start preparing before you enter the workforce - 10 Steps You Can Take To Become A Successful Young Leader At Work - Forbes

1. Start preparing before you enter the workforce - 10 Steps You Can Take To Become A Successful Young Leader At Work - Forbes | Leadership without Titles | Scoop.it
Volunteer in social or nonprofit organizations or clubs where you can develop or hone your leadership skills, says Al Coleman, Jr., author of Secrets to Success: The Definitive Career Development Guide for New and First Generation Professionals.
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I'm a big fan of ALL of these suggestions, but #3 would be my biggest flip before saying yes to the job offer.

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Great Leadership: How to Respond to an Employee's Mistake

Great Leadership: How to Respond to an Employee's Mistake | Leadership without Titles | Scoop.it
How to Respond to an Employee's Mistake. (via @GreatLeadership) #Leadership | http://t.co/IJm1A5fpxw
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6 Habits of Remarkably Likable People

6 Habits of Remarkably Likable People | Leadership without Titles | Scoop.it
They're charming. They're genuine. And they can make an entire room full of people smile.
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Are you likable?

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The Real Reasons No One At Yahoo Will Be Working From Home

The Real Reasons No One At Yahoo Will Be Working From Home | Leadership without Titles | Scoop.it
We've reported that Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer wants to focus on becoming a daily habit for users.
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The benefits of showing up at the office.

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The four traits of collaborative leadership - Virgin.com

The four traits of collaborative leadership - Virgin.com | Leadership without Titles | Scoop.it
In the latest in our series about The Future of Work, Katie McCrory explores the changing nature of leadership. Some say being a CEO is the loneliest job in the world.
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Leadership Character or Skill, which is greater? - Laurie-Ann Murabito

Leadership Character or Skill, which is greater? - Laurie-Ann Murabito | Leadership without Titles | Scoop.it
Would more leadership skills or leadership character help you? One is the foundation to the other, which would you pick? Laurie-Ann Murabito 603-765-6145
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Which do you feel is more important skill or character? Which would you follow?

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Seven Things Great Employers Do (That Others Don't)

Seven Things Great Employers Do (That Others Don't) | Leadership without Titles | Scoop.it
Gallup has uncovered seven unusual, innovative, and proven tactics to create productive and profitable working environments. You're not likely to find these ideas elsewhere.
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Connect, Then Lead

Connect, Then Lead | Leadership without Titles | Scoop.it
Business management magazine, blogs, case studies, articles, books, and webinars from Harvard Business Review, addressing today's topics and challenges in business management. ("to lead—is to begin with warmth" - couldn't agree more!
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More gets done with love or likability than compared to fear and anxiety.
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Two Essential Communication Skills Every Leader Needs - Leadership, Sales & Life

Two Essential Communication Skills Every Leader Needs - Leadership, Sales & Life | Leadership without Titles | Scoop.it
Every leader needs to be a great at communication. Communication is the key to leading and influencing others.
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Your Boss Probably Wouldn't Pass Yale's Emotional Intelligence Assessment

Your Boss Probably Wouldn't Pass Yale's Emotional Intelligence Assessment | Leadership without Titles | Scoop.it
"Most leaders who take the test are surprised they 'don't have it all.'"
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Fabulous study!

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Your 5 Brains: Harness Their Wisdom - Huffington Post

Your 5 Brains: Harness Their Wisdom - Huffington Post | Leadership without Titles | Scoop.it
Your 5 Brains: Harness Their Wisdom
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You're sitting in a meeting with your team brainstorming about the financial crisis, and what to do about it. Business is awful. People have stopped ...
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Fear Your Strengths Authors Say: When it Comes to Leadership, You Can Have Too Much of a Good Thing - WSJ.com

Fear Your Strengths Authors Say: When it Comes to Leadership, You Can Have Too Much of a Good Thing - WSJ.com | Leadership without Titles | Scoop.it
Fear Your Strengths Authors Say: When it Comes to Leadership, You Can Have ... http://t.co/Yuh4NcyX4H
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How To Be More Interesting (In 10 Simple Steps) - Forbes

How To Be More Interesting (In 10 Simple Steps) - Forbes | Leadership without Titles | Scoop.it
How to be interesting (in 10 stupid-simple steps): 1.Go exploring. Explore ideas, places, and opinions. The inside of the echo chamber is where all the boring people hang out. 2.
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9 Core Beliefs of Truly Horrible Bosses | TIME.com

9 Core Beliefs of Truly Horrible Bosses | TIME.com | Leadership without Titles | Scoop.it
The worst managers have a fundamentally broken understanding of workplace, company, and team dynamics. Don't make these mistakes. (“@TIME: 9 things truly horrible bosses believe. What do you think of the list?
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Learn from the mistakes of others!

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10 Things Really Amazing Employees Do

10 Things Really Amazing Employees Do | Leadership without Titles | Scoop.it
Here are ten traits that any great employer should recognize and reward instantly.
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Remarkable employees are remarkable in other areas of their lives, not just at work.

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Great Leaders Know When to Forgive

Great Leaders Know When to Forgive | Leadership without Titles | Scoop.it

Leaders must be firm and foster accountability, but they also must know when to forgive past wrongs in the service of building a brighter future. One of the most courageous acts of leadership is to forgo the temptation to take revenge on those on the other side of an issue or those who opposed the leader's rise to power.

Instead of settling scores, great leaders make gestures of reconciliation that heal wounds and get on with business. This is essential for turnarounds or to prevent mergers from turning into rebellions against acquirers who act like conquering armies. Nelson Mandela famously forgave his oppressors.
A great example is Nelson Mandela who famously forgave his oppressors.

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In forgiveness we are not saying that what happened was OK.
To forgive requires a higher consciousness, it requires knowing a greater truth about the nature of reality. Forgiveness opens the door to the heart and allows love to return. To forgive means "To give as before."

Revenge is not justice and it is no strategy ... learn to forgive.
Read the article: http://ht.ly/iKRm8 ;
Via Lauran Star
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Takes a strong person to forgive and say I'm sorry.

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Lauran Star's curator insight, March 19, 2013 4:53 PM

Leaders must be firm and foster accountability, but they also must know when to forgive past wrongs in the service of building a brighter future. Read entire article for more information.

Nat Sones's curator insight, March 20, 2013 1:16 PM
Great leaders transcend. They forgive. They look past wrongs.