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#RRHH #Productividad ¿Quién permite las interrupciones? por: @dasaru

#RRHH #Productividad ¿Quién permite las interrupciones? por: @dasaru | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
  Es curioso como, incluso en el mundo de los profesionales de la productividad, sigue existiendo la idea de que son los "ladrones de tiempo" los que te hacen ser ineficiente provocando muchas...
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#RRHH #GTD: activa los proyectos estancados

#RRHH #GTD: activa los proyectos estancados | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
En GTD la mayoría de tareas acaban convirtiéndose en proyectos, resultados que para conseguirlos requieren más de una acción. Para hacer el seguimiento correcto, hacemos una lista de proyectos por ...
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Forget Time #Management, Focus on Stress Management

Forget Time #Management, Focus on Stress Management | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

I'm always surprised when people ask me about how to manage their time.

"This time management of which you speak, what is that?" I joke.

Well, sort of. It's not really a joke, because I don't really manage my time. I manage my stress. Time management is something they teach you in bookkeeping class in college. Life teaches you to manage stress loads like you are putting weights on a scale. Overload yourself, and you won't have enough time to finish anything. Manage your stress and you will suddenly have enough time to get it all done. Here's how:


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Ellen Naylor's curator insight, May 15, 1:45 PM

A great approach to time management, although I don't agree that eating whole wheat promotes clear thinking. I notice when I am less stressed my day just flows and I get so much done, rather than being glued to a check-off list. 

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Robb D. Thompson's curator insight, May 16, 10:50 AM

Time Management Is The #1 Secret Of The Rich!

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#RRHH #Liderazgo #Leadership Don't Be a Leader: Just Lead

#RRHH #Liderazgo #Leadership Don't Be a Leader: Just Lead | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

There are leaders and there are those who lead. Leaders hold a position of power or authority, but those who lead inspire us. Whether they're individuals or organizations, we follow those who lead, not because we have to, but because we want to. We follow those who lead, not for them, but for ourselves.

 

- Simon Sinek

The idea of being a leader always appealed to me. I held my first management position at 22, leading a small production team in a bookbindery. I loved being in charge--making decisions and trying to motivate my team. But one day, I heard a comment I've never forgotten. After chastising a line worker for a mistake, he snapped back:

You know, you're the type of manager the rest of us hate.


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Dr. Deborah Brennan's curator insight, May 14, 7:25 PM

schools, especially struggling schools, need leaders who others chose to follow.  Leaders who are not nclusive, who listen, who admit mistakes, and care profoundly about the people in the school...they have a vision for learning and inspire others to follow them through the hard work of school improvement.  This is something each leader must develop for themselves in order for them to authentic...one just can't follow a book or mimic someone else.  Leadership must be developed through the hard work and dedication of an individual who wants to spire greatness in others.

David Bell's curator insight, May 15, 3:56 PM

Powerful concept, and it rings true in practice.

Ian Berry's curator insight, May 15, 10:22 PM

I like the 6 suggestions. It actually comes down to this. If you want to be a better leader, become a better human being

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6 #Leadership Theories to define Effectiveness of Leaders

6 #Leadership Theories to define Effectiveness of Leaders | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

In this blog piece, Bhudeb Chakrabarti highlights six different theories of leadership that been developed over the years to explain how people lead others. 

 

He highlights:

Trait theoriesBehvaioural theoriesContigency theories such as those proposed by Fred Fiedler and Hersley-BlanchardCharismatic LeadershipTransactional TheoryTransformational Leadership

 

He describes leading as the art of influencing and motivating people to perform in a manner to achieve a common goal. The sum total of a leader’s roles, tasks and responsibilities and interpersonal influences constitutes leadership in his opinion.


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Jean Marc Santi's curator insight, March 9, 3:36 AM

Ou en êtes vous? quel type de leader sommeille en vous?

Jean Marc Santi's curator insight, March 10, 2:34 AM

Leader = personne ayant un rêve dans lequel d'autres se retrouvent.... 

Owen Roper's curator insight, March 19, 9:19 AM

This is great information for Leaders to get continued knowledge, you can always learn something new.

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#RRHH Rise of #HR

#RRHH Rise of #HR | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

“The Rise of HR: Wisdom from 73 Thought Leaders,” is a recent anthology published by the HR Certification Institute in collaboration with Dave Ulrich, Professor, University of Michigan and Co-founder of The RBL Group, Bill Schiemann, CEO, Metrus Group, Inc. and Libby Sartain, Business Advisor and Board Member. 


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Kenneth Mikkelsen's curator insight, April 12, 2:17 PM

The following ten themes from the book offer valuable reflection, action and further reading for HR professionals around the world.


  1. The HR professional of today is more likely to be a talent expert, a technology expert and a consultant.  They must focus on 3 categories of skills: how to recruit, develop, and manage people; how to organize, enable and improve the organization; and how to manage, leverage, and exploit data and technology.
  2. Getting the transformational change process right in an organization means attending to the Structural, Cultural and Human elements. All change requires an expenditure of physical, emotional and cognitive resources that should be prioritized like any other organizational asset.
  3. HR leaders need to be conductors of the organizational orchestra, by coordinating the orchestra and being comfortable balancing the various tensions (individual versus firm, star versus supporting players, timing, and flow).  Three key elements underlying the new HR are talent, data and strategy, and require an ability to coordinate alignment across different levels of organizational hierarchy.
  4. HR professionals will need to spend more time thinking about and developing strategies for operating in what has become a transparent world.  More than ever before, HR professionals have to approach their role by constantly reminding their organization to consider the question: What would happen if an employee or customer saw this, or if this appeared on the front page of the newspaper?
  5. Creation of an employer brand is as important as our corporate brand - and thus HR and marketing should be attached at the hip.  In this age of transparency, employees are the media and HR is essential to marketing, as they deliver on the brand promise day in and day out.
  6. In any business dialogue, an HR professional can proffer three unique contributions - Talent, Leadership and Organization.  Three dimensions of competitive organization are organizational capabilities (what the organization is known for, good at doing, how it allocates resources), culture (pattern of how people think and act) and management actions (intellectual, behavioral and process agendas).
  7. Culture is the catalyst that connects executive leadership goals to HR goals and creates a perpetual winning environment.  Great cultures are created through everyday relationships that employees have with leaders, their work and with one another.
  8. Success in any field is based on two characteristics: long term resilience and the ability to be centered, or "in the zone" more frequently.  This resilience center spans five aspects of our lives: our emotions, our physical selves, our spirits, our finances and our relationships.
  9. Workforce metrics is strategically important for firms because the workforce is most firms' single largest expenditure - and the least scrutinized in assessing its impact on value creation.  HR must focus on delivering outcomes that enable top-line growth through the firm's strategic mindset and by leveraging the performance of individual roles that impact value creation and top-line growth.
  10. Forward-thinking HR organizations choose their leadership arenas carefully, letting others take the lead when trends are new to HR, and taking a leadership role as HR becomes more involved.  It means gaining credibility with functional partners from other disciplines so that they welcome the involvement of HR in their domain and are willing to help translate and apply their expertise to HR issues.


Miklos Szilagyi's curator insight, April 12, 5:02 PM

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#HR #RRHH #Management Report: What Separates Great Managers From the Rest

#HR #RRHH #Management Report: What Separates Great Managers From the Rest | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
What Companies Can Do to Hire and Develop More Great Managers:

Create a holistic, talent-based human capital strategy. Talent is the strongest predictor of performance in any role. Smart businesses place talent at the core of their human capital strategy, weaving it into every aspect of how they align, attract, recruit, assess, hire, onboard and develop managers. These companies clearly understand what success looks like in every manager role and strategically think about how each hire fits into their short- and long-term objectives.

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David Hain's curator insight, May 14, 5:37 AM

Gallup, explaining why people join organisations and leave managers...

Graeme Reid's curator insight, May 14, 10:35 PM

A manager who is manager is open and approachable, helps employees set work priorities and goals are engaged and focuses on their strengths or positive characteristics will develop a more  engaged team.

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What If What You Believe Is Wrong?

What If What You Believe Is Wrong? | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
It's funny how we give so much credence to what we believe. At the same time, we are often quick to judge other people's perspective as wrong or silly.

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Dan Forbes's curator insight, May 14, 1:53 PM

It’s funny how we give so much credence to our own perspective, our own belief. At the same time, we are often quick to judge other people’s perspective as wrong, silly, or unworthy of consideration.

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#RRHH #Liderazgo ¿Líderes o demagogos? por @anamasanro

#RRHH #Liderazgo ¿Líderes o demagogos? por @anamasanro | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Un líder es un jefe o guía que tiene la capacidad y carisma para influir sobre los demás. Esta sería una definición básica, sin entrar en detalles. Quería destacar,  la importancia de la capacidad ...
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MyKLogica's curator insight, May 15, 10:04 AM

Muy buena la diferenciación que @anamasanro hace y la cual suscribo al 100%. Tal y como comenta, un liderazgo sin valores, poco ético, es insostenible en el tiempo.

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The Dumbest Mistake That Smart People Make

The Dumbest Mistake That Smart People Make | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Giving feedback incorrectly is one of the worst mistakes smart people are particularly prone to make. Experts tend to...

overestimate their expertise and give feedback in areas where they don't have expertise;
feel compelled to give feedback as a result of their expertise;
be condescending as a result of thinking something is obvious to others when it isn't; and
be too general as a result of forgetting the little insights that make up ideas.

These disadvantages are collectively known as the curse of knowledge.

I interviewed 10 world-class leaders (including the founder of two television networks, a former Fortune 500 CEO, and similarly successful entrepreneurs) to get their perspective on how to give feedback in the best way. In the few minutes it takes to read this article, you'll have a whole new toolkit, which will immediately improve how you give feedback to others.

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David Hain's curator insight, May 14, 5:32 AM

The art of giving!  If feedback as a gift, there's ways to give it better. 10CEOs share their experience.

Miklos Szilagyi's curator insight, May 14, 8:28 AM

"...Be tough-minded on standards and tender-hearted with people..." - Good... like it...:-)))


It refers clearly to the 2 necessary Janus-faces of management/leadership... if you are only touchy-feely (even if you are in the best intent and using the best coaching techniques, if you have only this only face, you will be felt so... - OK, it depends on cultures as well) you lose respect, if you are always hard to people, well, you lose them completely (at least in mind...)... but if well chose well the occasion for both decisiveness and empowerment, you will be able to achieve your and your people' (your team's) goals...

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#HR #RRHH #Talent versus capital in the 21st century

#HR #RRHH #Talent versus capital in the 21st century | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
As technology increasingly takes over knowledge-based work, the cognitive skills that are central to today’s education systems will remain important; but behavioral and non-cognitive skills necessary for collaboration, innovation, and problem solving will become essential as well. Today’s schools and universities, which are dominated by approaches to learning that are fundamentally individualistic and competitive in nature, must be redesigned to focus on learning to learn and acquiring the skills needed to collaborate with others. Uniquely human skills, like being able to work in teams, manage relationships, and understand cultural sensitivities will become vital for businesses across all sectors and must become a core component of future generations’ education.

Moreover, with education increasingly becoming a lifelong pursuit, businesses must rethink their role in providing for a competitive workforce. Some companies have already grasped this and are investing in their employees’ continuous learning, re-skilling, and up-skilling. Yet most employers still expect to obtain pre-trained talent from schools, universities, and other companies.

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David Hain's curator insight, May 13, 11:00 AM

"Unlocking the world’s latent talent, and thus its full capacity for growth, requires us to look beyond business cycles and quarterly reports." ~ Klaus Schwab

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How To Achieve Profitable #Creativity, The Secret Fuel Of Exceptional Companies

How To Achieve Profitable #Creativity, The Secret Fuel Of Exceptional Companies | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Focus, organization, resource, metrics: Charles Day breaks down the building blocks of a system that makes profitable creativity, "as reliable as...

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#Liderazgo #Leadership Leading by Example: A Guide to Self- #Management

#Liderazgo #Leadership Leading by Example:  A Guide to Self- #Management | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Self-management means that an individual demonstrates self-control and an ability to manage time, priorities and decision-making capacity, creating a more effective leadership style. There are several elements to successfully implementing self-management.

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#HR Who really gets heard at work?

#HR Who really gets heard at work? | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
A recent study examined the profile of workers who get the most attention when they speak up.
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#RRHH #Productividad Deja cosas sin hacer, no pasa nada por @juleniturbe

#RRHH #Productividad Deja cosas sin hacer, no pasa nada por @juleniturbe | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

Llevo varios días leyendo poco a poco Productividad personal, el libro que ha publicado José Miguel Bolívar. Lo subtitula Aprende a liberarte de estrés con GTD. Le dije en su momento que escribiría algunas cosas a medida que lo leía y este es el primer post. Alguno más caerá. Por cierto, aquí tienes la presentación que él mismo nos hace de su obra. Debo decir que no seré imparcial en lo que escriba. Pero a estas alturas de partido no me preocupa demasiado. Conozco a José Miguel desde hace tiempo y le tengo en suficiente estima como para saber desde ahora que mi cerebro no será muy racional. Claro que desde la óptica de GTD esto lo damos por sentado en (casi) todos los casos.

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12 Surprisingly Effective Ways to Get Organized

12 Surprisingly Effective Ways to Get Organized | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

Successful leaders, entrepreneurs, and business professionals lead very busy lives.

They often end up wearing many hats as they grow their businesses and take their companies to new heights.

So how do successful people stay productive? They stay organized.

But no one is born organized. It happens by building good and effective habits.Try these 12 simple starting points to organize your life.


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Vicki Kossoff @ The Learning Factor's curator insight, May 14, 6:37 PM

Successful people don't have more hours in the day, but they do have more time--because they know how to organize their lives.

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#Empresas #Pymes #HR 10 Principles of Organization Design

#Empresas #Pymes #HR 10 Principles of Organization Design | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

 In the 18th annual PwC survey of chief executive officers, conducted in 2014, many CEOs anticipated significant disruptions to their businesses during the next five years as a result of external worldwide trends. One such trend, cited by 61 percent of the respondents, was an increasing number of competitors. The same number of respondents foresaw changes in customer behavior creating disruption. Fifty percent said they expected changes in distribution channels. As CEOs look to stay ahead of these trends, they recognize the need to change the organization’s design. But for that redesign to be successful, a company must make its changes as effectively and painlessly as possible, in a way that aligns with its strategy, invigorates employees, builds distinctive new capabilities, and makes it easier to attract customers.

 


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Kenneth Mikkelsen's curator insight, March 23, 9:33 PM

These fundamental guidelines, drawn from experience, can help you reshape your organization to fit your business strategy.


Steve Bax's curator insight, March 24, 6:00 AM

This is a very topical, well written piece on the ongoing issues of organisational structure design. The principles are sound and resonate with previous theorists such as Lewin, Deal and Kennedy. There are some good examples and strong recommendations for what NOT to do too. The comments on benchmarking are particularly relevant for many organisations seeking to establish their own position in the marketplace. Another key message is to let go of the past. Leaders need to build on strengths - formal or informal - and look ahead.

Karen Silins's curator insight, March 25, 11:53 AM

Nice list of elements in organizational design.

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Stop Trying to Find Your True Self at Work

Stop Trying to Find Your True Self at Work | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

Self-awareness has become a synonym of conformity, another word for being mindful of what others think of us. Authenticity has become a synonym of consistency, a term understood to mean acting uniformly in different domains. And we have come to regard the true self less like a seed and more like a diamond.



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Graham Ward's curator insight, April 7, 3:49 AM

Excellent article by one of INSEAD's top leadership professors. 

Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, April 7, 7:05 PM

There are good points made in the article. I found teaching was something that could help make me fuller and give me more a sense of who I was.

 

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www.whatawaist.ca's curator insight, April 19, 12:03 PM

Very True

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Forget the Vision, Make the Connections

Forget the Vision, Make the Connections | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

New leaders don’t spend nearly enough time and effort being intentional about how they show up and how they spend their own time. The effort they devote to forming meaningful connections with the people in the organization is almost an afterthought.


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donhornsby's curator insight, April 27, 9:51 AM

(From the article): How can you be more intentional? Hall frames intentionality in her own work in eight words that guide each of her interactions: “I want it to matter that we met.” And it should matter for both her and the person she is meeting. There is an implied flexibility in the time horizon; it may matter immediately or several years down the road. Challenge yourself: “I want it to matter that I hold this position,” or “I want it to matter that I am your boss.” How does this affect how you will show up to deliver short-term results and create long-term impact?

Mahmoud Khalifa's curator insight, April 29, 7:15 AM

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ALONSO MICHELE's curator insight, May 17, 6:23 AM

Une autre vision du leadership!

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#Liderazgo The Best CMOs Combine 4 #Leadership Styles

#Liderazgo The Best CMOs Combine 4 #Leadership Styles | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
CMOs need to develop four types of leadership, which are based loosely on Gartner’s Intelligent Brand Framework. The idea is to identify your power center — which one best represents your natural capabilities — and develop skills to flex across these leadership styles.

 

While each of these patterns represents models for success, the best CMOs embody bits of each of them. They’ve developed, in a sense, hybrid vigor.


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David Hain's curator insight, May 14, 7:36 AM

A Gartner model of leadership styles - but it's still those who flex best that do best!

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What the Internet Thinks About—in an Interactive Infographic

What the Internet Thinks About—in an Interactive Infographic | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
What does the Internet care about? What articles do we share the most? Using the data from the Ahrefs Content Explorer, the people at Funders and Founders 

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Steve Bavister's curator insight, May 2, 5:31 AM

Interesting insight into the internet

Emilio Ruano's curator insight, May 4, 1:17 PM

At least, the concern about equality, energy and social welfare is there. I like the last one about engineers tho. Hahaha.

jose antonio gabelas's curator insight, May 15, 3:33 AM

añada su visión ...

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Cinco modos de cooperación y 3 modelos de Innovación Colaborativa. Por @PacoCorma

Cinco modos de cooperación y 3 modelos de Innovación Colaborativa. Por @PacoCorma | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
3 formas de innovación colaborativa. Por Paco Corma. Directivos y Gerentes. Para la Gestión de cualquier actividad se suelen utilizar

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Manuel Gross's curator insight, May 14, 9:45 AM

La decisión de cooperar reside en la necesidad de enfrentar situaciones nuevas, o problemas viejos en escenarios nuevos. La innovación colaborativa implica disponer de un modelo que debe contener las pautas a seguir para lograr poner en marcha un proceso exitoso.

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#RRHH #HR Self-Awareness: The Key to Authentic #Leadership

#RRHH #HR Self-Awareness: The Key to Authentic #Leadership | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

Who you are, is how you lead.Leadership is about authenticity. Who you are is how you lead. I have seen many leaders crumble by the facades they present. When the pressure is on, the "real person" comes out. Reverting back to type is a common phrase that describes this behaviour. In my experience, I have found people revert back to type, only when they haven't taken their previous errors and modified their behaviours.


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John Lasschuit ®™'s curator insight, May 13, 9:48 AM

By Tony Curl. Self awareness leads to insight. Take time to reflect.

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#Coaching How to Make Complicated Problems Very Simple

#Coaching How to Make Complicated Problems Very Simple | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

 7 paradigm shifts for making a complex problem into a simple story that moves action!.

Make sure you frame the reader, customer, donor or voter as the hero. You—the writer, the speaker, the company, the organization—are never the hero.Play the role of guide for the hero. Let your company, brand or organization assist the customer in winning the day. Give them the key information, encouragement or resources they need.Define the problem clearly. Don’t use vague language. Keep it short and simple.Define the solution clearly. Again, don’t use vague language. Paint a picture of what the world could look like if your solution was accepted.Let each person know their role in the struggle to achieve success. Give them ownership.Call the customer to action. People won’t take action unless they are asked to. Make the Call to Action clear.Let people know the consequences of not taking action. Without knowing the consequences, there’s no tension in the story.


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David Hain's curator insight, May 13, 11:15 AM

Good communication depends on simmering complex ideas down to their essence and expressing them clearly. ~ Donald Miller

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5 Things Real Leaders Do Every Day, According to Henry Ford

5 Things Real Leaders Do Every Day, According to Henry Ford | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Summer is the perfect time for every entrepreneur to turn up the heat on developing their leadership skills.

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Roy Sheneman, PhD's curator insight, May 13, 3:28 PM

Wisdom is timeless...