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#HR #Leadership Why Character Matters

#HR #Leadership Why Character Matters | #HR #RRHH Making love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Character matters. Character can be learned and needs to be practiced in order to be cultivated.  Character, defined simply, is the way someone thinks, feels and behaves.  Character is fundamental to how we engage with the world, who we engage with, how we act and make decisions, and what we notice and reinforce.

What are the behavioural habits that allow you to have the character of a leader worth following?   Philosophers have used the term virtues as a way of describing the behaviours, values and traits of good character.  A leading scholar in leadership character, Professor Mary Crossan, identifies 10 virtues of leaders who focus on long-term performance of their organization, and the organizational impact when these virtues are present.

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Deconstructing 'character', because CEO's with it appear to show much higher return on assets.

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Deconstructing 'character', because CEO's with it appear to show much higher return on assets.

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Deconstructing 'character', because CEO's with it appear to show much higher return on assets.

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Deconstructing 'character', because CEO's with it appear to show much higher return on assets.

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Los 3 Pasos Para Priorizar Tareas Que Solemos Olvidar - por @joaquin_pena

Los 3 Pasos Para Priorizar Tareas Que Solemos Olvidar - por @joaquin_pena | #HR #RRHH Making love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Vivimos en un mundo lleno de opciones, pero solemos acabar bloqueados y sin saber qué hacer antes o qué después. Las personas de éxito saben [...]

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#HR How to Increase your #Leadership Effectiveness Using Energy

#HR How to Increase your #Leadership Effectiveness Using Energy | #HR #RRHH Making love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
By picking up on the energy in a meeting, you can increase your leadership effectiveness. The energy we bring mixes with the energy of all who we contact

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#HR 7 ways to communicate confidence by @HaysWorldwide

#HR 7 ways to communicate confidence by @HaysWorldwide | #HR #RRHH Making love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Project confidence at all times, even when you don’t feel it, and you will be amazed at the positivity that you create around you.  

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David Hain's curator insight, May 28, 10:31 AM

You may have to fake it till you make it! Here's how...

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#HR Doubt Provides Lessons in #Leadership - People Development Network

#HR Doubt Provides Lessons in #Leadership - People Development Network | #HR #RRHH Making love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Poor planning and organization can send your leadership down the River of Doubt. Roosevelt's journey provides lessons for leaders today.

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#HR The Psychology of Organizational Change: How Neuroscience Can Help Leaders

#HR The Psychology of Organizational Change: How Neuroscience Can Help Leaders | #HR #RRHH Making love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Recent studies in neuroscience and psychology can assist leaders in making organizational change.

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Building A Modern Brand: Strategy, Creativity and Agility

Building A Modern Brand: Strategy, Creativity and Agility | #HR #RRHH Making love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Building brands in the mad men era was a relatively straight forward endeavor...
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Hacia la Transformación Digital de los #RRHH y las Comunicaciones Internas

Hacia la Transformación Digital de los #RRHH y las Comunicaciones Internas | #HR #RRHH Making love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
El proceso hacia la transformación digital de los recursos humanos y las comunicaciones internas de las organizaciones es imparable, y su consumación final es sólo
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#HR Listening Is an Overlooked #Leadership Tool

#HR Listening Is an Overlooked #Leadership Tool | #HR #RRHH Making love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
“What do you think?”

I ask this question a lot. My team knows that when they come to me with a question, this is likely the question I’ll come back with first. Sometimes I even preface it with, “I don’t know.” As leaders in our organizations, it’s up to us to coach colleagues and our employees through finding that answer. More often than not, when I ask this question, my team has a better answer than I do — or one that I hadn’t thought about before.

It can be a powerful technique, especially if there is no single right answer – a situation that will be familiar to anyone doing leading-edge work. But it only works in an organization that values listening.

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David Hain's curator insight, May 27, 7:09 AM

Listening matters - here's the why and some hows!

donhornsby's curator insight, May 27, 8:51 AM
So how can we listen more? 

Three suggestions to try this week: 

 Look people in the eye. Sherry Turkle, a professor at MIT who studies the psychology of online connectivity, wisely wrote in her recent book Reclaiming Conversation, “We face a significant choice. It is not about giving up our phones but about using them with greater intention. Conversation is there for us to reclaim.” Put down your phone when you’re in meetings. Close your laptop. See if you’re more energized about work and the people with whom you work. 

 Create space in your day. Manage your calendar and stop booking yourself out the entire day. Can someone on your team be part of that meeting? Does it need to be an hour, or can 30 minutes suffice? Give yourself time for reflection and space throughout the day, so that when you are talking with someone, you can give them your full attention. 

 Ask more questions. Next time a colleague or employee asks for advice, make sure you’re listening and understand the situation. Then, before answering, ask a question. Clarify what they really need — usually it’s just validation that their thinking is on the right track.
Ron McIntyre's curator insight, May 28, 10:27 AM

Totally agree.

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#HR Change #Management Efforts Are At The Heart Of e-Learning Success: 4 Tried And Tested Ways

#HR Change #Management Efforts Are At The Heart Of e-Learning Success:  4 Tried And Tested Ways | #HR #RRHH Making love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Here are some learnings derived from change management efforts within organizations which contributed to unprecedented success of e-learning endeavours.

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Moving the organization and the learners from traditional learning solutions relying on a trainer to digital learning - and any self-paced learning - is a change journey in itself. It needs change management support.
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#HR Change Curve: 4 Stages of Change #Management Acceptance

#HR Change Curve: 4 Stages of Change #Management Acceptance | #HR #RRHH Making love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
What is the change management curve?

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How to Use Your Personal Reputation to be Incredibly Successful in #HR

How to Use Your Personal Reputation to be Incredibly Successful in #HR | #HR #RRHH Making love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
In order to become an Incredibly Successful HR Leader you have to support everyone in your organization. Your secret weapon? Personal reputation.
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Las 13 claves del arte de conversar sin generar desconfianzas. Por @MaiteFinch

Las 13 claves del arte de conversar sin generar desconfianzas. Por @MaiteFinch | #HR #RRHH Making love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Por Maite Finch. Si quieres crear cambios en los demás, conversa. Si quieres conseguir implicación, conversa. Si quieres persuadir, conversa. Si quieres conocer lo mejor de alguien, conversa

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Manuel Gross's curator insight, May 27, 1:35 PM
Por Maite Finch. Si quieres crear cambios en los demás, conversa. Si quieres conseguir implicación, conversa. Si quieres persuadir, conversa. Si quieres conocer lo mejor de alguien, conversa.
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#RRHH ¿Por Qué Dilatamos o Postergamos Nuestras Tareas?

#RRHH ¿Por Qué Dilatamos o Postergamos Nuestras Tareas? | #HR #RRHH Making love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
por Juan Sebastian Celis Maya - Porque en ocasiones es tan fácil empezar a dilatar o postergar nuestras tareas? y aún así… es muy sencillo continuar en un
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#HR Validate Your Beliefs - People Development Network

#HR Validate Your Beliefs - People Development Network | #HR #RRHH Making love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Validate your beliefs. Find indisputable facts about your reality and decide what is really true. Change your beliefs when it’s clear theydo not serve you

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#HR Dismantling The Myth Of The Self-Reliant CEO

#HR Dismantling The Myth Of The Self-Reliant CEO | #HR #RRHH Making love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Mark Zuckerberg. Steve Jobs. Elon Musk. Tony Stark. Only one of those four is fictional, but all share in a popular mythology that the most successful CEOs are independent visionaries who create value through sheer inspiration and force of will.

As companies grow, so does the need for external support.
That idea has deep roots in the American ideal of rugged individualism. And for startup founders, it means the weight of their companies' success or failure ultimately falls on them. This is a heavy burden for first-time founders especially, but it obscures a truth that applies to many more: Leading a successful company often requires an enormous amount of support, and not just from employees within their own organizations.

At any rate, that was my suspicion based on my own experience as a startup founder. So I put it to the test (albeit unscientifically) by surveying 56 venture-backed startup CEOs on how they get the personal and professional support they need to keep their companies moving forward. This anonymous survey targeted three groups:

Seed-stage CEOs, whose companies have raised less than $5 million in outside capital
Early-stage CEOs, whose companies have raised $5–25 million
Growth-stage CEOs, whose companies have raised more than $25 million
What I uncovered was a dramatic departure from the image of the hero CEO. From executive coaches to support groups and personal therapists, CEOs rely on a surprising range of people to help them succeed. It truly takes a village.

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David Hain's curator insight, May 28, 10:25 AM

It takes a village to raise an entrepreneur! Fascinating survey of the self-made!

Ron McIntyre's curator insight, May 28, 10:27 AM

Thanks to David Hain for sharing this.  What do you think?

Miklos Szilagyi's curator insight, Today, 2:28 AM
Nos, egy startup CEO-kat vizsgáló kutatás (Amerikában) azt mutatta ki, hogy közel 40%-a az összesnek fordult vezetői/executive coachhoz támogatásért és a növekedési fázisban lévő cégek CEO-i esetében ez 60%-ra ugrott...