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#Recomiendo #RRHH EL TRABAJO: EN VOZ ALTA, POR FAVOR - por @martatoran en @_INED21

#Recomiendo #RRHH EL TRABAJO: EN VOZ ALTA, POR FAVOR - por @martatoran en @_INED21 | #HR #RRHH Making love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Ahora está de moda (¡qué remedio!) pero hace algunos años, en las empresas, había personas muy valiosas que atesoraban sus conocimientos. Personas que a duras penas intercambiaban algunas palabras sobre su último proyecto. Personas que abiertamente te decían: “si lo comparto, cualquiera podrá hacerlo igual y ya no seré imprescindible”.

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Marta Torán's curator insight, January 10, 7:05 AM

Mi artículo sobre WOL (Working Out Loud) publicado en INED21

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Social media making love, aptitudes and personal branding.May be you can find in there some spanish links.
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#RRHH ¿Planes de formación? Realidades sobre el aprendizaje efectivo por @marcvigilante

#RRHH ¿Planes de formación? Realidades sobre el aprendizaje efectivo por @marcvigilante | #HR #RRHH Making love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
El plan de formación es una herramienta potente de desarrollo si la utilizamos correctamente. Preguntarnos por qué y para qué será la clave.
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#HR #Leadership Putting Credibility First

#HR #Leadership Putting Credibility First | #HR #RRHH Making love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Before embarking on transformations, executives must establish trust with employees. Following this three-step process will help.

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#RRHH Mitos y falsas creencias sobre el #liderazgo

#RRHH Mitos y falsas creencias sobre el #liderazgo | #HR #RRHH Making love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
por Beatriz Soto Existen muchas falsas creencias sobre este tema, por lo que debemos aportar algo de luz sobre ellas.  ¿Cuáles son? Ser líder es ser jefe. Uno de los principales mitos del liderazgo…
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#HR Bridging Education and Work: New Models for 'Skilling Up'

#HR Bridging Education and Work: New Models for 'Skilling Up' | #HR #RRHH Making love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
In today’s knowledge economy, people expect change over the course of their careers. More than 90 percent of millennials plan to stay in their jobs less than three years. They’ll spiral between work and learning, sometimes blurring the lines between both. As they continue to build foundational knowl

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3 Daily Habits Of Peak Performers, According To Michael Phelps' Coach

3 Daily Habits Of Peak Performers, According To Michael Phelps' Coach | #HR #RRHH Making love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

Phelps’ record is extraordinary. His 22 total medals and 18 gold medals is the greatest medal performance in all of Olympic history. I caught up with Bowman to speak about his new book, The Golden Rules, and to learn how his years of coaching superstar Michael Phelps can help everyone—especially business leaders—reach peak performance in their chosen fields.

 

In my conversation with Bowman it became clear that raw talent alone is not enough. Champions like Michael Phelps practice three daily habits to achieve excellence.


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A person can be blessed with raw talent (or an eighty-inch wingspan like Michael Phelps), but nobody can achieve excellence without putting in hours and hours of practice.

emma's curator insight, May 25, 3:57 AM
Vision, visualization and practice like a pro!
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Its incredible
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#HR #Leadership The Authenticity Factor | The Purposeful Culture Group

#HR #Leadership The Authenticity Factor | The Purposeful Culture Group | #HR #RRHH Making love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Our great bosses kept their commitments, delivering on their promises. If they were unable to keep their commitments, they told us why, well in advance of the deadline. They also explained how they were trying to get back on track, as soon as possible.

Unfortunately, leaders that demonstrate authentic care are not the norm. For example, TinyHR’s 2014 engagement and culture survey found that 49% of employees are not satisfied with their direct supervisor.

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David Hain's curator insight, May 24, 4:38 AM

If doing what you say is so important and basic (see last scoop), why do so many appear to fail to understand?

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#HR #Leadership From the Outside In

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In September 2015, Ralph Lauren, founder and chief executive officer of the fashion empire that bears his name, made news by announcing he would step down from his post as CEO. His decision to hand off the reins of his company wasn’t surprising — Lauren was about to turn 76, and the company’s financial performance had been slipping. Rather, the announcement was noteworthy because Lauren is known for favoring continuity in his clothing design and in management. During his nearly 50 years at the company, he had made it a practice to promote from within. And yet Lauren’s handpicked successor would be a newcomer to the firm, Swedish retail executive Stefan Larsson. Larsson had not lived and breathed Polo. And his prior experience was at discount-oriented retailing brands. But he was nonetheless a rising star in the business of fashion. Larsson’s accomplishments include driving successful international expansion over a 15-year career at H&M, and engineering an impressive turnaround of Gap’s Old Navy division, of which he was named president in 2012.

This episode is indicative of a broader trend evident in the high-stakes arena of CEO succession. Hiring an executive from outside a company to serve as chief executive officer has historically been a last resort — a move companies typically made only when a board of directors needed to force out the incumbent CEO suddenly, or had failed to groom a suitable successor, or both. Sometimes companies would interview outsiders as they were planning to make a change. But often those interviews were simply pro forma, and the board would revert to an insider as the final choice. That’s changing. Over the last several years, we have seen more companies deliberately choosing an outsider CEO. And when they do, more often than not, it is part of a planned succession.


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David Hain's curator insight, May 24, 11:47 AM

Article on CEO succession strategy includes interactive quiz on whether you have what it takes to be a CEO.

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#RRHH El Canvás como modelo de negocio para las organizaciones culturales.

#RRHH El Canvás como modelo de negocio para las organizaciones culturales. | #HR #RRHH Making love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Por Juan José Díaz. Las instituciones que promueven el arte deben entablar una serie de relaciones para poder cumplir con su misión. Estas relaciones no son diferentes a las de cualquier negocio y están definidas en el Modelo de Negocio de Alexander Osterwalder.

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Por Juan José Díaz. Las instituciones que promueven el arte deben entablar una serie de relaciones para poder cumplir con su misión. Estas relaciones no son diferentes a las de cualquier negocio y están definidas en el Modelo de Negocio de Alexander Osterwalder.
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#RRHH Mejora el clima laboral en tu empresa e incrementa la eficiencia de tu PYME

#RRHH Mejora el clima laboral en tu empresa e incrementa la eficiencia de tu PYME | #HR #RRHH Making love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
por Fausto Bañuelos - En el mundo de las empresas, a menudo nos encontramos con muchos conceptos que fueron creados para ayudarnos a entender mejor ciertos
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La creatividad necesita tiempo y un facilitador

La creatividad necesita tiempo y un facilitador | #HR #RRHH Making love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Pensamiento Creativo lego serious play Soy un total convencido y creyente que el Pensamiento Creativo se puede entrenar, se puede desarrollar. Me dedico a

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Marta Torán's curator insight, May 18, 4:23 PM
El pensamiento creativo se puede entrenar. Lo cuenta Paco Prieto en su blog.
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#HR The 3 Stages of Failure in Life and Work (And How to Fix Them) | James Clear

#HR The 3 Stages of Failure in Life and Work (And How to Fix Them) | James Clear | #HR #RRHH Making love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
One of the hardest things in life is to know when to keep going and when to move on. On the one hand, perseverance and grit are key to achieving success in any field. Anyone who masters their craft will face moments of doubt and somehow find the inner resolve to keep going. If you …

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Sandeep Gautam's curator insight, May 24, 3:16 AM
thank God, my CV of failures does not contain any failures of vision.....but yes, have failed and learned from failures of tactics/strategy.  
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#HR New Research Shows Investing in Experiential Learning for Leaders Pays Off

#HR New Research Shows Investing in Experiential Learning for Leaders Pays Off | #HR #RRHH Making love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
New ATD research finds that using experiential learning (learning by doing) to develop leaders is more likely to improve learning effectiveness and success in the marketplace.

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#HR Is there a black hole-in your #leadership strategy

#HR Is there a black hole-in your #leadership strategy | #HR #RRHH Making love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

Now that a new wave of transformation in business models is sweeping through many of our industries, director Nickie Fonda and consultant Lynn Lilley, from the Value Partnership, give advice on how to anticipate which of these transformations are likely to be successful


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What's Your #Leadership Style?: Learn About the Strengths and Weaknesses of the Way You Like to Lead

What's Your #Leadership Style?: Learn About the Strengths and Weaknesses of the Way You Like to Lead | #HR #RRHH Making love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Use this quiz to discover your preferred leadership style, and to develop other ways to lead people successfully in different situations.

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#HR The Career Limitations Of Emotional Intelligence

#HR The Career Limitations Of Emotional Intelligence | #HR #RRHH Making love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Emotional Intelligence is more than a buzzword, it's a valued trait in the hiring world. But it will only get you so far.

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Sandeep Gautam's curator insight, May 24, 9:18 PM
Some valid critics of relying solely on EI to get you there; especially influencing abilities (or inspiring large teams) may not be covered under EI.