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Appreciative Inquiry in Higher Education: A Transformative Force eBook: Jeanie Cockell, Joan McArthur-Blair, Marjorie Schiller

Appreciative Inquiry in Higher Education: A Transformative Force - Kindle edition by Jeanie Cockell, Joan McArthur-Blair, Marjorie Schiller. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

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Why Point of View is the Best “Go-to-Move” for Leadership Presence | Switch and Shift

Why Point of View is the Best “Go-to-Move” for Leadership Presence | Switch and Shift | her place at the leadership table | Scoop.it
GE CEO Jeffrey Immelt once told me that leadership is about how you “show up.” I don’t think there’s exact science for leadership presence – because everyone is

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Military Adaptive Leadership: Overcome or Overcompensate?

Military Adaptive Leadership: Overcome or Overcompensate? | her place at the leadership table | Scoop.it

The dynamic nature of the 21st century security environment requires adaptations. 


The most important adaptations will be in how we develop the next generation of leaders, who must be prepared to learn and change faster than their future adversaries.  



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Kenneth Mikkelsen's curator insight, October 15, 11:27 AM

Army Major John McRae argues that the military must take a balanced approach to the concept of "adaptive leadership," understanding there is still a need for more traditional and technical leadership forms. Applying the right form at the right time is crucial in war and in peace.


John Michel's curator insight, October 16, 11:57 AM

One significant danger associated with the military’s embrace of adaptive leadership is the risk of utilizing adaptive leadership in instances where technical leadership is the more effective approach. 

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The Power of Servant Leadership to Build and Sustain Stakeholder Value


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Rewire Your Brain and Become a Better Leader

The latest neuroscience research explains exactly how to inspire people to follow where you lead.

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Teaching Leaders What To Stop: Playing Favorites - Marshall Goldsmith


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Celebrate International Facilitation Week 2014 by joining #FacWeekchat on twitter!

Celebrate International Facilitation Week 2014 by joining #FacWeekchat on twitter! | her place at the leadership table | Scoop.it
As part of International Facilitation Week 2014, I will be hosting Twitter chats with IAF colleague Ben Ziegler, as we did last year.  This year's chats will be on October 22 and October 23.  Pleas...

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The Most Important Skill for Great Leaders? Trustworthiness.

The Most Important Skill for Great Leaders? Trustworthiness. | her place at the leadership table | Scoop.it

What makes a great leader? You are probably thinking it’s something buzzword-worthy like confidence.  Or maybe vision.  Or emotional intelligence—you hear about that one all the time.  For sure, those are all good qualities for a leader to have, but the answer is actually trustworthiness. Technically, it’s not just being trustworthy that is key, but being seen as trustworthy.

 


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Kenneth Mikkelsen's curator insight, October 1, 11:34 AM

It doesn’t matter how competent you are as a leader, you won’t get very far if your team doesn’t trust you.

Don Cloud's curator insight, October 1, 2:41 PM

Trust can only be given.  Are you the kind of leader in whom your people choose to put their trust?

Pierre Galeon's curator insight, October 5, 11:13 AM

Without trust there is nothing. 

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Behaviour, not technology, must be primary driver of change

Behaviour, not technology, must be primary driver of change | her place at the leadership table | Scoop.it

HR directors and their CEOs are increasingly coming to terms with the fact that as many as one in four of the people they employ are either consciously or unconsciously undermining their organisations. Such is the power of disengagement at work.



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Kenneth Mikkelsen's curator insight, October 1, 4:39 PM

An increasing number of today’s leaders are turning to technology. Social media-style tools are being deployed to deliver online ‘crowdsourcing’ conversations to include employees in the process of strategic planning and problem solving. This move away from command and control management styles is something to be welcomed and celebrated. These tools have incredible potential. 


Unfortunately, few are managing to deliver on the promise of this leadership approach. Too many leaders still think that if you buy the right piece of technology and give it to your comms and HR people, staff will automatically start using it and become more engaged as a consequence.  


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Meetings That Work--and Get Work Done!

Meetings That Work--and Get Work Done! | her place at the leadership table | Scoop.it

 Why is it common for meetings to be major obstacles to getting things done? Objective. Every leader of a meeting hopes it will be productive; however, specific meeting objectives may vary. It takes more than hope to have a productive meeting. Here are 6 types of meetings, with very different objectives:


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How to Motivate People: 4 Steps Backed by Science

How to Motivate People: 4 Steps Backed by Science | her place at the leadership table | Scoop.it
Employees, spouses, kids — what does it take to get people motivated so you don’t have to nag them? Motivation is powerful. It predicts success… (Need some help to motivate others - or yourself? try this:...

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How to use hashtags in Twitter marketing?

How to use hashtags in Twitter marketing? | her place at the leadership table | Scoop.it

Hashtags are inherent part of Twitter communication and a way of highlighting topics in tweets. They can also help in getting more attention from users. The popularity of specific hashtags reflects interests of followers. Because every profile has its own group of unique followers, there is no universal hashtag that evaeryone could use and win.

 

There are various strategies and principles that can be applied to maximize the effects of using hashtags. To inspire you, we looked through several cases of using brands’ own and trending hashtags. Check what we discovered....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, October 3, 3:04 AM

Sotrender looked through several cases of using brands’ own and trending hashtags in order to check what strategy was the most successful. Valuable social media tips.

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Action Learning Sets – Action Learning Associates

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Action Learning Sets; A powerful way for leaders to learn from other leaders. (What happens in an action learning set?

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8 Things Influencers Can Do For Your Brand - TapInfluence

Web-savvy consumers now want greater engagement and information about brands before making a purchase. And they’re getting that information from the influencers they follow on social platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, Vine, YouTube and blogs. How can these social influencers help your brand capture more attention online?

 

In this popular ebook by TapInfluence and Jay Baer, you’ll learn:

*Why consumers trust influencers more than brands

*How to identify the right content creators and platforms

*8 powerful ways they can help you reach more customers

 

Whether your consumers are foodies, millennials, parents, techies, fashionistas or fitness fanatics, the key to reaching them is through the influencers they follow....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, September 25, 10:50 AM

Here's a useful ebook resource and suggestions if you're planning an influencer or blogger outreach program.

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The Rise of the #Relationship Economy

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Eric_Determined / Eric Silverstein's curator insight, October 15, 8:19 PM

When you focus on a positive #customer #experience across the entire journey, you establish the foundation of building a relationship with your customers, then you consistently deliver on this experience to drive #loyalty


Which brand do you value that nurtures their relationship well?


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Attributes Of Awesomely Great Leaders

Attributes Of Awesomely Great Leaders | her place at the leadership table | Scoop.it

There are many attributes that leaders from all facets possess. A number of these attributes are positive and unfortunately some not so positive. Organizations, teams and people in general are always searching for desirable attributes in leaders they want to work for. Not only leaders they want to work for, but leaders who inspire them to work harder and faster all while developing their personal leadership.


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Great Leadership: Why Mindfulness is for Leaders and Not Just Monks

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Why Students Forget What You Teach: 5 Reasons

Why Students Forget What You Teach: 5 Reasons | her place at the leadership table | Scoop.it
Understand how the human mind forgets as it is to understand memory. Both concepts are part of the same coin and must be addressed together to make eLearning as successful as possible.

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Five Habits of Highly Annoying Leaders

Five Habits of Highly Annoying Leaders | her place at the leadership table | Scoop.it
What is the role of a leader in creating a psychologically healthy and productive workplace? More specifically, what are the things a leader has to stop doing to help teams accomplish their goals?

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, October 3, 11:33 AM

This is similar to the Seven Habits of Highly Ineffective Leaders.

 

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Content Quality Drives Search Rank & Online Visibility | Sarah Skerik

Content Quality Drives Search Rank & Online Visibility | Sarah Skerik | her place at the leadership table | Scoop.it

According to the recently-released annual Ranking Factors Study from Searchmetrics, Google has made some big changes in how its algorithm evaluates content and assign search rank.   

 

Content quality is the recurring theme of the study, which offers  important lessons and opportunities for content marketers, public relations pros, bloggers and anyone else publishing digital content on the web....

 

“High quality, relevant content is increasingly the focus of search. This type of content ranks better on average, and is identifiable by properties such as a higher word-count and semantically comprehensive wording, as well as often being enriched by other media, such as images or video.” – Searchmetrics 2014 Ranking Factors Study.

 

Human signals

Before we dig into tactics, first we need to look the signals that indicate content quality to Google.  Topping the list is a metric that is new to the top ten factors — the click through rate.  This is an important change and it emphasizes the importance of user actions as indicators of quality.  The majority of search rank factors are derived from social signals, and like the click through rate, these also indicate content quality.  User actions and social signals are derived from human interactions with content, and Google is assuming that people won’t like, share, post or click on content they don’t consider useful or interesting....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, October 1, 9:49 AM

This is an important study for content marketing, PR, blogging nd marketing pros. Sarah Skerik outlines the factors that Google considers most important in rankings. Content quality including click through rate is at the top of the new algorithmic list. Essential reading 10/10

Marco Favero's curator insight, October 1, 3:41 PM

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Benjamin Labarthe-Piol's curator insight, October 2, 4:46 AM

Quality over quantity, that's what matters the most. Always.

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Are teachers really ready for the Common Core? - The Boston Globe

Are teachers really ready for the Common Core? - The Boston Globe | her place at the leadership table | Scoop.it
The controversial standards are about to be tested for the first time, yet questions remain if educators have been adequately trained.

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The Changing Tools of Leadership

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Spending on corporate learning is soaring, and the number one area is management and leadership development. However, the tools are changing, with peer-to-peer learning and coaching rapidly overtaking traditional methods. 


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Ian Berry's curator insight, October 3, 3:47 AM

I agree with Jones that "the biggest challenge in leadership development is around getting individuals to change their behaviour."

In my view this is more about mentoring than coaching. Too many coaches have solutions and they're out there looking for problems. Mentoring is more about partnering with people to find their own solutions.

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How to Share Old Blogposts on Social Media

How to Share Old Blogposts on Social Media | her place at the leadership table | Scoop.it

Social media advice seems to come in two flavors: what to do and how to do it.

 

Take, for instance, the advice to reshare content from your blog’s archives. This strategy seems to pay big dividends for the accounts who’ve embraced it. They’ve seen more traffic, more reshares, and more engagement even though the content itself isn’t brand new.

 

Sharing old content is awesome social media advice.So how exactly does one go about it?...


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, October 2, 11:27 AM

Kevan Lee shares a simple guide to share old blog posts from your archives to get more clicks, traffic, and engagement long after publish.

Debra Pittam's curator insight, October 2, 9:17 PM

Great idea!

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Seth's Blog: How to run a problem-solving meeting

Seth's Blog: How to run a problem-solving meeting | her place at the leadership table | Scoop.it
This is a special sort of get together, similar to the meeting where you organize people to figure out the best way to take advantage of an opportunity. In both cases, amateurs usually run the meetings, and the group often...

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The Goldilocks' Principle: Labels Limit Learners

The Goldilocks' Principle: Labels Limit Learners | her place at the leadership table | Scoop.it
Do special education students suffer from our lower expectations or from a state's expectations that may be too high? Only Goldilocks' knows.

 

"I worry that students who are labeled as special education get our lower expectations because we don't think they can do more than they are doing, when we should really be helping them do more than they believe they can do. I worry that co-teaching still means very expensive finger pointers who walk silently around the room pointing at ditto after ditto."



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Harvard-MIT Partnership Opens MOOCs for High Schoolers

Harvard-MIT Partnership Opens MOOCs for High Schoolers | her place at the leadership table | Scoop.it
Students looking to prepare for Advanced Placement exams, or simply expand their academic knowledge, now have free access to an array of classes.

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