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Ser feliz es tu derecho

Ser feliz es tu derecho | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

La capacidad para ser felices depende de nosotros mismos en un 40%,¿Conoces a alguien que víctima de si mism@, se haya dejado secuestrar por hábitos que ahogan su capacidad para ser feliz? ¿A personas que inconscientemente eligen la infelicidad al buscar y procurar encontrar culpables a su situación, única y exclusivamente fuera de sí mism@s? Pues por favor… sigue leyendo…

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#RRHH Organizaciones duales: La propuesta de Kotter para acelerar la estrategia por @cabreramc

#RRHH Organizaciones duales:  La propuesta de Kotter para acelerar la estrategia por @cabreramc | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
“Las estructuras jerárquicas y los procesos organizativos que se han utilizado durante décadas para gestionar y mejorar las empresas ya no están a la altura de los desafíos a los que nos enfrentamos en un mundo de cambios acelerados” - John Kotter Para tener éxito en la economía de rápido movimiento de hoy, las empresas…
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vía @rubio_cristina  en LinkedIn

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#RRHH #Liderazgo ¿Cómo conseguir el autoliderazgo?

#RRHH #Liderazgo ¿Cómo conseguir el autoliderazgo? | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

“ Consejos y pautas para lograrlo Mucho se ha hablado sobre el liderazgo, pero para conseguirlo es fundamental el autoliderazgo, ya que sólo se logra ser un buen líder si consigue una sociedad consig…”


Via Mariano Ramos Mejia, Ignacio Gallego Lerma Rojo
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#RRHH 19 habilidades de los knowmads y 10 características de los nativos digitales.

#RRHH 19 habilidades de los knowmads y 10 características de los nativos digitales. | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Por José Guadalupe López Bermúdez. - Hoy voy a tratar un tema que me ha parecido oportuno ya que bien complementa mi publicación anterior “La importancia de
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#HR #Leadership Why Micromanaging Kills Corporate Culture

#HR #Leadership Why Micromanaging Kills Corporate Culture | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
The most important part of a companies culture is trust. People don't feel trusted when you micro-manage and this has disastrous implications.

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This is one nasty culture killer!  Do you empower your people or restrict them?

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#HR Reinventing Performance #Management: Where to Start and Why the Time Is Now

#HR Reinventing Performance #Management: Where to Start and Why the Time Is Now | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

HR and Recruiters: Be a part of history & take our behavioral survey to help us understand "Who is HR?" clicking here. There is widespread agreement as more and more companies realize that our traditional performance management processes are archaic.


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#HR Why Do You Tolerate Mediocre, Underperforming Employees?

#HR Why Do You Tolerate Mediocre, Underperforming Employees? | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Have you ever noticed how we humans tolerate all kinds of things on a daily basis? Commute traffic, nosey neighbors, and crying babies on planes are just a f

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#HR 11 Signs You Don't Have a Strategy

#HR 11 Signs You Don't Have a Strategy | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

A strategy is a plan of action to achieve a major aim and future result. It requires commitment because making change is difficult. To describe what’s involved, Peter Drucker said: “Strategic planning is the continuous process of making present entrepreneurial (risk-taking) decisions systematically and with the greatest knowledge of their futurity; organizing systematically the efforts needed to carry out these decisions; and measuring the results of these decisions against the expectations through organized, systematic feedback.” So it’s not hard to see how businesses get off course, often unaware, and the commitment of a continuous process becomes a collection of words periodically reinforced. To know if this is happening to your business, here at 11 signs when you don’t have a strategy.


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#RRHH Trampas psicológicas en la toma de decisiones en grupo

#RRHH Trampas psicológicas en la toma de decisiones en grupo | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Por Ramiro A. Sánchez López. - En una entrada pasada del blog hablábamos de las trampas psicológicas en la toma de decisiones. Nos referíamos en esa oportunidad
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#Leadership 5 Overlooked Habits of Great Leaders

#Leadership 5 Overlooked Habits of Great Leaders | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

Most leaders want to be great at what they do, but far too many fall short. Why is that? What do great leaders have that not-so-great ones don’t?

There are many ingredients that go into the leadership mix: organizational skills, effective communication, and character traits like courage, confidence and clarity. But while each of these ingredients is important for great leadership, none are the starting point. For leaders to be truly great, they must start with personal habits—because the right personal habits act like a mixing bowl for enhancing skills and character traits. 

 Here are five personal habits that can greatly enhance the flavor of your leadership. What makes this list different than others is that many of them habits are often overlooked:


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#HR Improve Your Threat Intelligence Strategy With These Ideas

#HR Improve Your Threat Intelligence Strategy With These Ideas | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

Threat intelligence is a massive subject, and it’s natural to want to produce the most comprehensive range of intelligence possible … but that’s not always useful. In fact it’s usually not.By concentrating intelligence efforts on highly specific business objectives (e.g., to maintain or improve profitability), this broad subject can be narrowed down to the point where a small amount of highly valuable intelligence is produced.


Via Bonnie Hohhof, ismokuhanen, Mark E. Deschaine, PhD
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A five-step process for change #management

A five-step process for change #management | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Take a look at the graphic above. Your goal is change. Every organization needs to change sometimes -- business plans adjust, revenue streams change, leadership turns over, etc. So if your goal is change, how do you achieve that?

Via Steve Krogull, Mark E. Deschaine, PhD
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#RRHH Combatir el estrés laboral también es misión del jefe

#RRHH Combatir el estrés laboral también es misión del jefe | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
por Raul Alonso - El estrés nos aflige cuando una situación nos supera. En el trabajo lo relacionamos con esa sensación de desequilibrio entre el desempeño de
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#HR #Leadership How can you be a positive leader?

#HR #Leadership How can you be a positive leader? | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Positive leader - do you consider yourself as such? You may become a positive leader by doing some of the small actions that research reveals to have a big positive impact! “How to Be a…

Via Mark E. Deschaine, PhD, Kevin Watson
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Pensamiento Administrativo: Es la confianza, estúpido. Las 6 claves de la Economía Colaborativa

Pensamiento Administrativo: Es la confianza, estúpido. Las 6 claves de la Economía Colaborativa | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Es la confianza, estúpido. Las 6 claves de la Economía Colaborativa

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Por Aitor Bediaga. La parte más importante de cualquier servicio de consumo colaborativo, o de cualquier mecanismo colaborativo, son los mecanismos de reputación que permitan generar confianza entre desconocidos.

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#Hr #Leadership The Single Best Activity for Building a Great Team by @pdiscoveryuk

#Hr #Leadership The Single Best Activity for Building a Great Team by @pdiscoveryuk | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
This single activity creates a holistic and rounded approach to goal-setting and achieving results.
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#HR How can L&D support today's smart workers?

#HR How can L&D support today's smart workers? | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
By moving from a "command and control" to an "enable and support" mindset and approach. Here are some repurposed slides from a presentation I gave at a conference in 2011 that explain what this mea...

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Marta Torán's curator insight, February 8, 4:43 PM

De mandar y controlar a facilitar y dar soporte.

El nuevo rol de recursos humanos.

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#HR The price of poor listening

#HR The price of poor listening | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Hearing and understanding someone else's point of view is a learned skill that requires effort. But it's one we all need to make. Because poor listening leads to misunderstandings, errors, bad decisions, loss of team cohesion and costly mistakes.

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(From the article): Try this process the next time you encounter a difference of opinion. It requires much patience and a strong desire to truly understand, but the result is almost always better working relationships, better decisions, and a better bottom line.

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#HR #Leadership Today — It Takes an Entirely New and Flexible Mindset

#HR #Leadership Today — It Takes an Entirely New and Flexible Mindset | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
“Ray, you deserve a "D‑" for your performance today. You rambled for 50 minutes. It was obvious to all of us that you did not prepare at all because there

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#HR #Leadership The Most Unremarkable Thing Leaders Do

#HR #Leadership The Most Unremarkable Thing Leaders Do | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

#HRThe most unremarkable thing leaders do is worry about themselves. Self-worry shrinks life. Fretting - over yourself - makes others into enemies. Self-focused hand-wringing stinks like fear. Lousy leaders worry too much about themselves. Interviews: I'm often asked, “If you could give advice to your younger self, what would you say?” Truth is, my younger self wouldn't…


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Actuar/Obrar/Realizar

Actuar/Obrar/Realizar | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
por Octavio Colmenares V. - Hay quienes se pasan la vida ideando proyectos que jamás realizan: imaginan grandes negocios, planean construir una casa, sueñan
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#RRHH Parábola del #liderazgo auténtico por @vorpalina

#RRHH Parábola del #liderazgo auténtico por @vorpalina | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
  “El ser humano es maravilloso, pero solo para un rato” maestro Javier Cansado (cómico, Temp. 6 del progr. de TV Ilustres Ignorantes)   Se habla mucho de una palabra que pron…
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Recognizing the Dangers of Groupthink

Recognizing the Dangers of Groupthink | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
In the classic Hans Christian Andersen story, everyone tells the Emperor what he wants to hear – that his new clothes are beautiful. No one wants to anger the Emperor, so they won’t tell him he’s wearing nothing. It isn’t until a child names the truth that the Emperor learns he’s been fooled by the weavers who were supposed to make him a special set of clothes.     

What happened to the Emperor isn’t just the stuff of fairy tales, it’s the real-life experience of many high-level leaders who surround themselves with people who won’t report negative information for fear of repercussions. As leaders rise through the ranks, the less honest feedback they receive. High-level executives can become isolated and not understand the reality of their situation. Such leaders may not walk down the street naked, but lack of information can lead to poor decisions and missed opportunities.

Via Steve Krogull, Mark E. Deschaine, PhD
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#HR Before a Meeting, Tell Your Team That Silence Denotes Agreement

#HR Before a Meeting, Tell Your Team That Silence Denotes Agreement | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

Most bosses assume that, when they directly ask for feedback, people will offer their thoughts candidly and directly. It’s great when that happens. But it often doesn’t, especially in public settings and high-stakes situations. If you get unanimous, but mostly unvoiced, support for a decision that you thought might be contentious, it should be a warning sign. In some cases, junior people may hesitate to disagree with bosses or senior colleagues. In others, the most powerful team members may be disinclined, for political or other reasons, to express candid opinions in front of the group because they know they can always get access to decision-makers or launch a covert campaign to sway support their way after the fact


Via Bonnie Hohhof, Mark E. Deschaine, PhD
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New Skills for Managers and Leaders (that Business Schools are Not Yet Providing) - Intelligent Management -

New Skills for Managers and Leaders (that Business Schools are Not Yet Providing) - Intelligent Management - | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

In the 21st century organizations need to shift away from traditional hierarchies and silos and this requires new skills for managers and leaders.


Via Jürgen Kanz, Mark E. Deschaine, PhD
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#HR The Unknown Motivational Factor

#HR The Unknown Motivational Factor | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
If there is one thing that you can always count on when leading people, it’s that they know how and what motivates them. The most common motivational factors are family, financial, recognition or career progression, but sometimes it can be something out of the norm. However one thing holds true, everyone has something that intrinsically motivates them. Great leaders and businesses understand the science behind intrinsic and extrinsic motivation.

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David Hain's curator insight, February 8, 4:32 AM

Have all your employees got the chance to do work that's important to them? Why not? makes a huge difference to motivation.