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RRHH 2.0: el cambio va de personas, no de tecnología

RRHH 2.0: el cambio va de personas, no de tecnología | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
RRHH 2.0 es un término de moda.Cada vez son más las voces, especializadas y no tan especializadas, que reclaman la muy necesaria renovación de los viejos departamentos de Personal, posteriormente rebautizados a Recursos Humanos y en ocasiones vueltos...
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#RRHH Cómo Mejorar el Employer Branding en las #RedesSociales [4 Pasos] por @Talentclue

#RRHH Cómo Mejorar el Employer Branding en las #RedesSociales [4 Pasos] por @Talentclue | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Descubre cómo mejorar el Employer Branding en las redes sociales y empieza a atraer muchos más candidatos a tus ofertas de empleo.
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#RRHH #Empresas #Pymes 10 dimensiones de una cultura innovadora por @xcampscoma

#RRHH #Empresas #Pymes 10 dimensiones de una cultura innovadora por @xcampscoma | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Muchas empresas se jactan de poseer una cultura innovadora y así lo hacen constar en los informes corporativos y en los diferentes mensajes que lanzan a la sociedad. Sin embargo, instalarse en
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The Wisdom of the Many: #Success in FOCUS

The Wisdom of the Many: #Success in FOCUS | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

There have been countless books written on the subject of successful leadership and our life is coined by appealing headlines of powerful and influential people. This leads and must lead to the question: "Why them and not me? What do these people have that I don`t have? What`s their secret?"

We develop the thinking:

"What others have achieved, I can achieve, too!"

Read my article on LinkedIn:
http://www.linkedin.com/today/post/article/20140812214349-121071872-the-wisdom-of-the-many-success-in-focus


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#Coaching Cómo decir "no me gusta" por @jsanchezmota

#Coaching Cómo decir "no me gusta" por @jsanchezmota | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
A algunas personas quizá les parezca excesivamente simple, pero la forma más sencilla de influir sobre la conducta futura de otros es decirles lo que nos gusta y lo que no nos gusta. Sobre todo si ...
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#GTD es cuestión de hábitos

#GTD es cuestión de hábitos | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
  En muchas ocasiones escucho sin argumentación evidente lo complicado que es aprender y usar GTD. Hay gente que afirma que es tan complicado que no lo consideran útil para ellos (a pesar de q...
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#RRHH LA FELICIDAD DEL TRABAJADOR EN LA EMPRESA | Acciones de #Liderazgo Líquido

#RRHH LA FELICIDAD DEL TRABAJADOR EN LA EMPRESA | Acciones de #Liderazgo Líquido | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
La Felicidad del trabajador, ¿ha de ser un medio o un fin de la empresa?
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#RRHH #Empresas #Pymes 9 atributos de las organizaciones competitivas de la Era del Conocimiento

#RRHH #Empresas #Pymes 9 atributos de las organizaciones competitivas de la Era del Conocimiento | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
El ecosistema empresarial de los tiempos convulsos que corren, dista mucho de ser aquél punto de encuentro, de ánimo apacible, talante cordial y dinámica predecible, donde hábiles vendedores, anima...
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#RRHH Las ideas se regalan, el cerebro es creativo cuando quiere

#RRHH Las ideas se regalan, el cerebro es creativo cuando quiere | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
¿Estamos preparados para escuchar a la ciencia?

Nuestras experiencias creativas se inician en el ambiente intrauterino, específicamente con el juego. Gracias a las sorprendente evidencias que ofrecen las ecografías de alta resolución 4D, sabemos que vivimos en un entorno seguro que permite la experimentación: con el cordón umbilical, con el ritmo y movimiento del cuerpo de la madre, con las voces, los estiramientos… En realidad, todo nuestro cuerpo, más allá del cerebro es creativo. Por ejemplo, una simple célula como los linfocitos, tiene capacidad de ser creativa pues puede almacenar, sintetizar y transformar información a nivel celular.

El camino creativo se inicia bien pronto y no tiene fin. La creatividad para nuestro cerebro significa combinar. Se alimenta de vivencias y experiencias, para después, poder conectar puntos. Y lo hace de forma prácticamente automática, si se dan las condiciones oportunas. Además, todos tenemos capacidad creativa, en la medida que tenemos la capacidad de soñar.

En el mundo de las organizaciones, nos empeñamos en reforzar la creatividad, se busca, se retribuye, incluso se hacen concursos de ideas… apelando a la motivación extrínseca de la persona. Es decir, que el foco se pone en el lugar temporal inadecuado: después de que aflore la creatividad. Si hacemos caso a la información que nos ofrece la neurociencia, podemos decir que el foco en realidad, tendría que ponerse en otro lugar: antes de que surjan las ideas. Invertir los términos e invertir en ambientes favorecedores para la creatividad.

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Get It Done!

Get It Done! | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
What happens when someone asks us to do something really tough? Some folks complain and find excuses. Winners get it done!
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Collaborative #Leadership

Collaborative #Leadership | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

Managing to Collaborate by Chris Huxham and Siv Vangen pulls out six themes that a reflective practitioner managing collaboration needs to be aware of that exist in any collaborative space.


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David Hain's curator insight, July 17, 2:19 AM

One man's journey towards collaborative leadership.  Useful contribution from Ron Milam.

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Adoption strategies for building a collaborative culture

Adoption strategies for building a collaborative culture | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

You’ve been given the job of making things happen in your collaboration initiative – driving adoption and putting in place the practical strategies to ensure that the initiative is a success. So what next? Where should you be investing your time to maximise your chances of success in the shortest time possible?


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Best practice tips to help you shape and focus your adoption strategy – both from a practical, business change-oriented viewpoint, and also from a technology deployment-focused viewpoint – with real world examples drawn from case study research.

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The Francis focus on leadership - "..the leader’s ability to impart to fellow workers self-discipline, courage and ethical approach"

The Francis focus on leadership - "..the leader’s ability to impart to fellow workers self-discipline, courage and ethical approach" | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
How to use the ‘dispersed leadership’ concept

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7 Ways to Avoid Decision Paralysis

7 Ways to Avoid Decision Paralysis | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

There's a passage in Atul Gawande's Complications: A Surgeon's Notes on an Imperfect Science that captures three decades of research on human judgment. "The mind overestimates vivid dangers, falls into ruts, and manages multiples pieces of data poorly. It is swayed unduly by desire and emotion and even the time of day. It is affected by the order in which information is presented and how problems are framed."

 

In this "news-feed" era, there's simply too much information. And as long as Google exists, it will be harder and harder to say "I don't know," even though the feel of not knowing--those vexing moments when we can't think of the answer--is the critical last step of problem-solving. Instead of pushing through a mental impasse, we pull out our phones and search for information, even though more information can often detract us from making an accurate judgment. It's a frustrating, self-perpetuating cycle.


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The more choices you have, the more stressful it can be. Here's how to move from frustrated to decided.

George Lianos's curator insight, Today, 6:29 PM

An interesting phrase..."The mind overestimates vivid dangers...it is swayed unduly." It is important for us to consider all sides of an argument. Opinion is just that. One hypothesis is that we don't need to acknowledge good as it probably won't hurt us (except for an excess of chocolate or alcohol or the like:) ). However, our freeze, flight and/or flight mechanisms are tuned to react to what our thinking patterns and belief structures tell us are dangers. Our judgement and decision making is based on our thinking patterns, beliefs and motivations, which are derived from our memories and experiences, and probably in part our DNA. So, what is dangerous to one, may or may not be dangerous to another. Self-awareness is one of the key's to this puzzle.

How is your judgement in certain circumstances?

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#Recomiendo #RRHH #Empresas #Pymes CYCH. Conocimiento y Capital Humano. Número 16 vía @FCONFEMETAL

#Recomiendo #RRHH #Empresas #Pymes CYCH. Conocimiento y Capital Humano. Número 16 vía @FCONFEMETAL | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
CYCH. Conocimiento y Capital Humano. Número 16

 

Os recomiendo la lectura de los artículos y en especial el de ¿ Así que quieres ser un líder? Los siete rituales para entrenar cada día como líder, del cual soy el autor.

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Cultural Competence and the Art of Wisdom

Cultural Competence and the Art of Wisdom | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

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The art of leadership is to see life out of the other person’s culture. ~ Karin Sebelin

The new key component in business is cultural competence. And we speak here not about knowing everything about lifestyles and customs of different cultural races and groups.


Knowledge of lifestyles and customs of different cultural groups is good, undoubtedly. The wisdom how to harness the gains of cultural diversity is better.

 

Leadership wisdom is a dynamic in the development of cultural competence. It is the application of wisdom that ensures cultural competence.


We need wise leaders with cultural competence, who are flexible to adapt, who are able to build trust, are fair and transparent. 


Read further:

http://karinsebelin.com/cultural-competence-and-the-art-of-wisdom/

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No-compromise #Leadership … or you want it or not … no compromises!

No-compromise #Leadership … or you want it or not … no compromises! | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

Complacency is the true killer of business growth and opportunities for its employees. ~ John R. DiJulius III

 


Leadership is about taking action and no-compromise leadership is the key to success.

 

Decisive questions are:

 

Are your influence and your leadership based on compromises, on excuses, on not feeling the need of accountability and responsibility?


Do you excuse the own misbehavior via society, via other people who behave in the same way?

 

Do you steadily seek new holes of interpretation like a mouse?

 

Do you align your “flag” according to the wind?

 

Do you try to gain influence through arbitrary behavior instead of building relationships of trust?

 

Then it is time to learn!

 

 

Read further:

http://karinsebelin.com/no-compromise-leadership/


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7 razones para no usar tu calendario como gestor de tareas

7 razones para no usar tu calendario como gestor de tareas | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Utilizar el calendario como un gestor de tareas es un error bastante común. Aquí tienes algunas razones de peso para no hacerlo.
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What New Team Leaders Should Do First

What New Team Leaders Should Do First | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Your agenda for the first few weeks.
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Six Skillful Ways to Deal with Disaster

Six Skillful Ways to Deal with Disaster | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Practical tools and resources for helping cope with the challenges and crises of our lives.
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hablemos de talento: La Gestión del #Talento en el momento del despegue

hablemos de talento: La Gestión del #Talento en el momento del despegue | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

unes de reuniones comerciales con dos de las principales entidades financieras de nuestro país y reuniones internas de marketing y de planificación. La temporada que se ha iniciado promete ser apasionante.

De la prensa de ayer, me quedo con el artículo de Montse Mateos, ‘Esta es la gestión de personas en la época de despegue’ en Emprendedores & Empleo (El Mundo): www.expansion.com/2014/09/12/emprendedores-empleo/1410541196.htmlMontse se refiere a “Reconocer el esfuerzo de los profesionales más valiosos, afinar los sistemas de evaluación y poner en marcha medidas que eviten que los mejores se vayan de la organización” como retos de los tiempos de crecimiento. Reconocimiento del Talento, valoración del Talento, fidelización del Talento. No queda otra.En este artículo opinan algunos de los más valiosos Directores de Recursos Humanos, como Carlos Esteban (Zurich): “A través del shadowing una persona acompaña a otra durante un tiempo para aprender cómo desempeña su labor y de qué calibre son los retos a los que se enfrenta" y en la iniciativa ‘Ponte en mi lugar’ “los profesionales cambian de departamento durante unas semanas para entender otra realidad de la organización”. Movilidad en la Carrera Profesional. “La gestión de personas es un deporte de contacto, por ello deberemos refocalizar nuestras prioridades centrándonos en la experiencia del colaborador y en el alineamiento de la organización. Se trata de conseguir un modelo y unas prácticas de gestión diferentes”.
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The Leaders We Remember Most - #Leadership and #Personal #Development

The Leaders We Remember Most - #Leadership and #Personal #Development | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
The leaders we remember most are the ones who made the biggest impression—not in our minds but in our hearts and because they did we will never forget them
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What Prison Taught Me About #Mindfulness

What Prison Taught Me About #Mindfulness | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

They aren't the uni-dimensional individuals their online mug shots might suggest, but rather living, breathing, thinking and feeling human beings with aspirations, abilities and of course, regrets.


Via Jenny Ebermann, MyKLogica
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Interesting environment!
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Why Collaboration Often Fails

Why Collaboration Often Fails | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

Collaboration is an important part of everyday work life. Yet it surprisingly doesn't always result in the best quality work.


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Kenneth Mikkelsen's curator insight, September 7, 8:53 PM

What's wrong with collaboration? Here are just a few issues you might run into when members of a team put their heads together.

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Stephen Dale's curator insight, September 10, 6:29 AM

Some useful tips to encourage better collaboration. Encouraging to note that the author recommends "alone time", i.e.time to reflect, learn and prepare. Managers need to recognise that not all of the best work is done in teams and through collaboration. Personal knowledge development is so often overlooked. 

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Shaping a Successful Culture? You Start With Purposeful #Leadership

Shaping a Successful Culture? You Start With Purposeful #Leadership | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

Culture is a powerful force and culture-shaping efforts fail for many key reasons. But what makes them succeed? What makes some culture-change efforts successful where others become simply another “flavor of the week” training session that never translates into real change?


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Kenneth Mikkelsen's curator insight, August 22, 7:25 AM

To be personally engaged in leading culture change, the CEO must:

  • Work on leadership behaviors that they need to shift in themselves and then show up differently to the organization;
  • Lead his or her senior team through culture-shaping sessions and activities before any other teams take part;
  • Take ownership of the work on defining the desired and needed culture and clarifying the organization’s purpose
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6 Key Tips for Leading by Example

6 Key Tips for Leading by Example | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Become a powerful workplace influence by effectively modeling top-notch behavior. Don't have all the skills yet? Fill in the gaps.

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John Lasschuit ®™'s curator insight, September 17, 3:28 PM

Karima Mariama-Arthur #leadership