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Reputation in Social Leadership

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The NET Model of Social Leadership defines a style of leadership suitable for the Social Age. It consists of three Dimensions: Narrative (which covers 'Curation', 'Storytelling' and 'Sharing'), Eng...

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Types of Power: the Struggle for Control

Types of Power: the Struggle for Control | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
I wrote recently about the types of power that exist within organisations: individual power, based upon our relationships and sphere of direct influence, hierarchical power, which is codified within the formal defined power structure of the organisation, and networked power, reputational authority held and amplified by the community. My original writing in the space was…

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By Julian Stodd.  Social Leadership is important: as older forms of power and control are eroded, we need to find new mechanisms, new types of power that are formed as a dynamic between the individual and the organisation.

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Now Trending: Microlearning

Now Trending: Microlearning | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
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Now Trending- Microlearning, short learning modules aimed at one objective at a time. Sounds like video lessons!
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Making Work More Effective

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Here is what leaders often do – when faced with a complex situation at work, they add more meetings, task forces, new procedures and governance structures that makes things more complex. What we need to handle complex challenges is simplicity that leads to effectiveness. Simon Terry, whose
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Simple Rules for Organizational Conflict Resolution

Simple Rules for Organizational Conflict Resolution | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
We all deal with conflict, whether we like it or not. There are many ways to work through a difficult conversation, or find a settlement in negotiation. Some outcomes are more sustainable and satisfactory than others.
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Liminal Thinking - Two Waves Books

Liminal Thinking - Two Waves Books | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
Liminal thinking is a way to create change by understanding, shaping, and reframing beliefs. What beliefs are stopping you right now?
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Harold Jarche Supporting Social Learning

Social Learning Workshop: http://jarche.com/services/social/ Interview in London with Charity Learning, January 2014. Produced by
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Learning: Experience Plus Reflection

Learning: Experience Plus Reflection | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
“A good starting point for embedding reflection into daily workflow is to approach the practice at two levels; individual reflection, and then reflection with colleagues and team members. Reflective practice itself doesn’t ‘just happen’. It is a learned process. It requires some degree of
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The Happy Healthy Social Change Activist: Passion for a Cause without Burnout

The Happy Healthy Social Change Activist:  Passion for a Cause without Burnout | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
Last week I was honored to be a counselor at Museum Camp, an annual professional development event hosted by the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History (MAH).
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The ‘Adaptable Leader’ is the New Holy Grail — Become One, Hire One

The ‘Adaptable Leader’ is the New Holy Grail — Become One, Hire One | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
The Mind of the Constant Learner

There are three distinct mindsets that allow new employees and leaders to become constant learners: the Gamer Mindset, the Beginner Mindset, and the Growth Mindset. Knowing all three can provide a framework that throws your personal switch to “LEARN” when you need to rapidly adapt and get to work.

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Ron McIntyre's curator insight, September 7, 10:23 AM

Understanding the role of flexibility in leadership, without violating your personal values,  is critical to success.

Jerry Busone's curator insight, September 11, 9:04 AM

The adaptable leader also called the "Off the Bench" leader 

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8 TED Talks on how to be a good mentor

8 TED Talks on how to be a good mentor | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
Want to help bring out the best in people? Let these talks support you in guiding others to succeed.

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Why the Nonprofit Work Ethic Is Outdated and Needs to Change

Why the Nonprofit Work Ethic Is Outdated and Needs to Change | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
Pre-Order my next book, The Happy Healthy Nonprofit: Strategies for Impact without Burnout. The book is being published by Wiley on October 10th. I’ve just
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a network perspective

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a network perspective: The three overlapping circles of the network learning model – social n... https://t.co/kF8WHoyA1r #futureoftalent
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Leaders Grow Leaders: How You Can Encourage Your Employees to Lead

Leaders Grow Leaders: How You Can Encourage Your Employees to Lead | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
“An important part of leadership is helping others step up into their leadership. Learn how you can encourage more people to be leaders.”
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Monica S Mcfeeters's curator insight, September 24, 9:01 AM
Students are future leaders too!
Ron McIntyre's curator insight, September 24, 3:41 PM

Totally agree, leaders must grow other leaders. If they are not then they are a pied piper!

 

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An Emerging New Level of Leadership Development - The Center for Transformational Presence

An Emerging New Level of Leadership Development - The Center for Transformational Presence | Network Leadership | Scoop.it

"In this emerging fourth stage, the leader learns to tap into the energy of what is unfolding...."


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Learning through Connections – in theory

Learning through Connections – in theory | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
So part of the reason I am keeping this blog is so I can share with you the research I am undertaking as part of my doctoral studies. Writing about the ‘stuff’ that I have been reading …
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Adaptive Action: A Tool for Teaching and Learning

Adaptive Action: A Tool for Teaching and Learning | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
This list represents only a few ways Adaptive Action can help you, in all areas of your life, make sense of your world. Whatever the challenge, the common-sense and informative steps of the Adaptive Action Cycle can move you forward in your learning. Try it and let us know how you use it.

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How Women Leaders Emerge From Leaderless Groups

How Women Leaders Emerge From Leaderless Groups | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
 

In spite of a significant imbalance between male and female leaders in business, new research from the University at Buffalo's School of Management suggests that in collaborative work environments where women are outnumbered, they often emerge as the natural group leader.

 

The findings fly in the face of the reality of the U.S. workforce, where many fail to recognize the extent of the female leadership gap. Women represent just 3% of new CEOs in the U.S., 5.1% of Fortune 1000 CEOs, and 4% of Standard and Poor’s 500 CEOs. A recent survey by the Rockefeller Foundation also found that nine in 10 respondents thought there were more female business leaders than there really are, and further research by the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University found that those women are more likely to be targeted by shareholder activism.

 

"We tend to see the man as more leader-like than the woman," says lead author Jim Lemoine, in a video interview by UB School of Management. "What we were interested in in this research were exceptions to the rule."


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, September 13, 6:37 PM

Women are more likely to take command in collaborative work environments including those that are predominantly male.

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in fact, it is sad to say that women are really difficult to become leader or enter executive levels......
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Forget About Setting Goals. Focus on This Instead. – Personal Growth

Forget About Setting Goals. Focus on This Instead. – Personal Growth | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
We all have things that we want to achieve in our lives — getting into better shape, building a successful business, raising a wonderful…

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John Lasschuit ®™'s curator insight, September 9, 4:47 PM

By James Clear. He's right. Goals are outdated.

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Understanding “New Power”

Understanding “New Power” | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
Power, as British philosopher Bertrand Russell defined it, is simply “the ability to produce intended effects.” Old power and new power produce these effects differently. New power models are enabled by peer coordination and the agency of the crowd—without participation, they are just empty vessels. Old power is enabled by what people or organizations own, know, or control that nobody else does—once old power models lose that, they lose their advantage.

Old power models tend to require little more than consumption. A magazine asks readers to renew their subscriptions, a manufacturer asks customers to buy its shoes. But new power taps into people’s growing capacity—and desire—to participate in ways that go beyond consumption. These behaviors, laid out in the exhibit “The Participation Scale,” include sharing (taking other people’s content and sharing it with audiences), shaping (remixing or adapting existing content or assets with a new message or flavor), funding (endorsing with money), producing (creating content or delivering products and services within a peer community such as YouTube, Etsy, or Airbnb), and co-owning (as seen in models like Wikipedia and open source software).


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David Hain's curator insight, September 6, 5:48 AM

There is a battle between old and new power - somewhere in 'casualties of war' is the debris of Brexit and Trump!

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How To Improve Student Outcomes By Adopting Nudges - eLearning Industry

How To Improve Student Outcomes By Adopting Nudges - eLearning Industry | Network Leadership | Scoop.it

Also true for shifting to a network mindset!

 

So says Richard Thaler, a behavioral economist and professor at the University of Chicago who co-authored the 2008 best seller Nudge: Improving Decisions About Health, Wealth, and Happiness. Originally defined by Richard Thaler and Cass Sunstein, Nudge Theory “argues that positive reinforcement and indirect suggestions to try to achieve non-forced compliance can influence the motives, incentives, and decision making of groups and individuals, at least as effectively –if not more effectively– than direct instruction, legislation, or enforcement.” (Wikipedia).

 

In summary, delivering advice when it is most meaningful and making resources easy to access result in more people taking action. This is what adopting nudges is about.


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#WorkingOutLoud on the Types of Trust model

#WorkingOutLoud on the Types of Trust model | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
Trust is complicated: a word we use easily and frequently and yet one which contains a great deal of ambiguity when we try to nail down its meaning. We know it when we feel it, we know it when we lose it, we enjoy it when we have it, and yet it’s very hard to put a circle around it. I have a fairly simple aim with this work: to take the notion of trust and break it down into some pragmatic and practical areas that we can consider. I want to build a baseline of data, through surveying a range of organisations, to show how trust is manifest in these different sub areas, and to help understand the implications when it is lacking.

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Grantee Inclusion: What’s It All About? (SSIR)

Grantee Inclusion: What’s It All About? (SSIR) | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
Including grantees in decision-making, program-building, and strategy is critical to effective social impact. While the things grantmakers “do” are important, authentic inclusion also requires that they embrace a new mindset.
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