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How To Grow Leadership From Within Your Company

How To Grow Leadership From Within Your Company | New Leadership | Scoop.it

Jack Welch, former CEO of General Electric, may have retired 15 years ago, but his influence in corporate America still resonates. Not only is he known as one of the most successful industrial leaders of the 20th century—most notably increasing the value of GE by 4,000 percent—but he is also a great example of how a company can effectively grow powerful leaders from within their own ranks.

 

Welch, who graduated with a Ph.D. in chemical engineering, joined GE in 1960 as a junior chemical engineer. After a year with the company, Welch began seeking other jobs until a mentor in the company’s executive office recognized Welch’s talents and persuaded him to remain at the company. Just seven years later, Welch was appointed vice president of GE’s plastics division, and the climb up the corporate ladder continued. In 1981, Welch became GE’s youngest chairman and CEO.

 

As with GE and many other companies—Xerox, Harley-Davidson, Best Buy and McDonald’s— the next CEO of your company could very well be among your current employees. In fact, in a Forbes study of America’s 100 largest companies, 86 percent of CEOs were appointed from within company ranks. Your executive leadership most likely will be, too. Here are three ways to grow strong leadership from within your company.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, December 13, 2016 4:41 PM

The next CEO of your company may be residing within your company ranks. Here's how to grow strong future leaders from within.

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You Don’t Need a Title to Be a Great Leader

You Don’t Need a Title to Be a Great Leader | New Leadership | Scoop.it

Many people believe leadership is something that's conferred along with a title or attained when you direct a team of people, but true leadership is never about authority or power. It's about helping others grow, and that's something anyone can do.

 

If it's your desire to influence and have an impact on others, you have leadership qualities. And if you can inspire people to do something they thought they couldn't do, demonstrate how the impossible is possible, believe in someone when they didn't believe in themselves, you're already a leader.

 

People don't set out to be great leaders, they set out to make a difference. It's never about the role or the title, but about influencing others, helping and supporting them.


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Ron McIntyre's curator insight, July 19, 2016 2:23 PM

So True!

Brad Merrick's curator insight, August 22, 2016 8:01 AM
Leadership needs to be visible, not always audible! You need to strive to make a difference and know that your perseverance can impact and change others.
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5 Habits Of Great Leaders

5 Habits Of Great Leaders | New Leadership | Scoop.it

The habits of the best leaders are well documented. They’re self-aware. They admit mistakes. They take care of, recognize, and communicate well with their teams.

But what do these inspirational people do on their own time? What goes on behind the scenes that helps them be so effective on a day-to-day basis?

 

"I’ve definitely noticed some things that great leaders tend to do," says Danielle Harlan, founder and CEO of The Center for Advancing Leadership and Human Potential, an organization that helps individuals and organizations maximize their impact. And the things they do behind the scenes make all the difference when it comes to their professional leadership ability, she says. Here are five such common habits.


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Luciano Alibrandi's curator insight, May 10, 2016 3:21 AM

What makes a great leader? Leaders have a purpose, they have a sharp focus, they inspire their teams. They show the way for others to follow. They genuinely push each individual to give his/her best. Great leaders share some common traits. Here's five of them. Well written article

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(From the Article): Harlan notes that the most effective leaders she works with have personal interests and commitments outside of work. They know what works for them to recharge their batteries, whether it’s hiking and spending time outdoors or reading a good book—and they take the time to do those things to keep themselves sharp, including getting enough sleep, she says. In addition to exercising to stay in shape, the benefits of which are well known, Novak takes time in the morning to write down three things for which he is grateful. This helps him manage his "mood elevator," he says. Novak says we make our worst decisions when we're angry and resentful, but make our best decisions when we're grateful. When he feels his mood elevator going to the wrong places, he knows it’s time to take better care of himself or address what’s bothering him.
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The Science Behind How Leaders Connect with Their Teams

The Science Behind How Leaders Connect with Their Teams | New Leadership | Scoop.it
 

Research shows that in leaderless groups, leaders emerge by quickly synchronizing their brain waves with followers through high quality conversations. Simply put, synchrony is a neural process where the frequency and scale of brain waves of people become in sync. Verbal communication plays a large role in synchronization, especially between leaders and followers. Synchrony between leaders and followers leads to mutual understanding, cooperation, coordinated execution of tasks, and collective creativity.

On the surface, brain synchrony seems easy to understand. It simply implies that people are literally on the same wavelength. Yet, at a deeper level, interpersonal synchrony involves much more. Dr. Daniel Siegel explains that “presence”, “wholeness”, and “resonance” are at the core of the ability to develop synchrony. Recent advances in brain science can help leaders learn to synchronize with followers on these deeper levels:


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Three ways to achieve synchrony.

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Stephania Savva, Ph.D's curator insight, April 3, 2016 2:02 PM

Three ways to achieve synchrony.

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Three ways to achieve synchrony.

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Three ways to achieve synchrony.

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20 Things the Most Respected Bosses Do Every Day

20 Things the Most Respected Bosses Do Every Day | New Leadership | Scoop.it

Think about the best boss you've ever had.

Maybe you're fortunate, and we're talking about the person you call your boss today. Maybe it's someone you recall fondly from years ago. (Maybe you don't have a boss--good for you!--but I'll bet you've had one at some time in the past.)

Regardless of who this person is, I'm confident I can describe him or her. That's because highly respected bosses often have a lot in common with one another. Here are 20 of the key things they do almost every day...


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Think about the best boss you've ever known. Here are 20 things I'll bet he or she never stopped doing.

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Dr. Deborah Brennan's curator insight, March 26, 2016 9:43 AM

Think about the best boss you've ever known. Here are 20 things I'll bet he or she never stopped doing.

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Think about the best boss you've ever known. Here are 20 things I'll bet he or she never stopped doing.

Jo McNeilly's curator insight, March 30, 2016 11:07 PM

Think about the best boss you've ever known. Here are 20 things I'll bet he or she never stopped doing.

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What Makes a Good Leader?

What Makes a Good Leader? | New Leadership | Scoop.it

When discussing business leadership, the distinction between good management and good leadership is often made. Managers are thought to be the budgeters, the organizers, the controllers — the ants, as one observer puts it — while leaders are the charismatic, big-picture visionaries, the ones who change the whole ant farm. But such a construction, those interviewed for this article agree, erroneously leads to a bimodal way of looking at something that should really be evaluated on two separate scales. "Everybody has got a little bit of each in them," says John Kotter, who admits he is sometimes guilty of using the dichotomy in an effort at simplification. "It's much better to think in terms of measuring people on a zero-to-ten scale for each quality."


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, February 18, 2016 5:24 PM

Leadership comes in many shapes and sizes, and often from entirely unexpected quarters. In this excerpt from the HBS Bulletin, five HBS professors weigh in with their views on leadership in action.

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Distinction between Leaders and Managers

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The Three Measures of Your Leadership Success

The Three Measures of Your Leadership Success | New Leadership | Scoop.it

Are you a successful leader? This is a difficult question to answer: No matter how good you think you are, the only evidence of leadership is whether people follow you. Self-serving bias distorts your perception of your own successes and failures. Even if you’re incredibly self-aware, you may have trouble with an objective assessment because your direct reports may only appear to be following — they don’t get an option to be physically present — and not every company conducts rigorous engagement surveys or 360-degree reviews.

So how can you gain a reasonably accurate understanding of your success as a leader? Try integrating three distinctive views.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, January 12, 2016 4:34 PM

Assessing your effectiveness requires looking simultaneously at the past, the present, and the future.

rodrick rajive lal's curator insight, January 12, 2016 11:16 PM

A very powerful insight into three principal areas for leaders to work on, the now, the tomorrow and then the past in exactly that order! Performing well in the present times, meeting targets should have an impact on what you plan for the future, five years, ten years or so. Similarly, according to the writer, it is also important to look back at your past. Take stock of what went well, what went wrong, and what could have been done differently. It is also about connecting to past co workers and staying in touch with previous organisations.

Elías Manuel Sánchez Castañeda's curator insight, January 13, 2016 2:10 PM

Are you a successful leader?

 

According to Business Strategy:

“This is a difficult question to answer: No matter how good you think you are, the only evidence of leadership is whether people follow you”.

 

I agree.

As heads many of us complain that our employees do not have the performance needed by the company and we expect. Although often we spend a lot of time in training them to develop their competencies (knowledge, skills, attitudes and values). If the results (performance of your employees) are not satisfactory, I think that there are at least two reasons that have to do with bosses or owners of the company:

He could not make a good selection and is now trying a person who does not have the profile nor the desire to be, to become a model employee.Not a genuine leader, not leading by example and values, it is not prepared permanently, you want results (transformation of its employees) in the very short term, although many people do not believe me some owners "enjoy" chaos and / or are afraid of success.

Of course there are other reasons (poor performance of employees) originated in the culture of the country, poor training in universities, inept governments and / or corrupt, but this does not absolve the responsibility of the OWNER-LEADER OR HEAD -LEADER.

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Lessons Introverts Need to Learn to Become Leaders

Lessons Introverts Need to Learn to Become Leaders | New Leadership | Scoop.it

A leader is best when people barely know he exists. … Of a good leader, who talks little, when his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will say: We did it ourselves. -Lao Tzu

While it might not seems so from the outset, most introverts are in an ideal position to become leaders, because of the nature of their personality. Introversion and extroversion are considered two opposing points on a scale, but in reality, everyone has certain elements of each trait.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, September 13, 2015 6:58 PM

Some of the most successful people in the world are introverts. Here's how they became leaders!

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Many if not most top leaders are introverts to some degree but people skills and Emotional Intelligence are essential to maximise intellect and ability

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What’s The Difference Between a Boss and a Leader?

What’s The Difference Between a Boss and a Leader? | New Leadership | Scoop.it
If you have a job, then you probably deal with a boss. Even if you are in a management position, there's probably someone above you that you have to answer to every day. But being a boss doesn't automatically make someone a leader. Rather, there are a few major things that differentiate someone from being…

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5 Leadership Tools That Will Help You Succeed

5 Leadership Tools That Will Help You Succeed | New Leadership | Scoop.it

Great Leaders don't get there by accident. Here Inc. columnists share the best tools to lead and succeed.


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7 Leaders on the “Best Advice I Ever Got”

7 Leaders on the “Best Advice I Ever Got” | New Leadership | Scoop.it
There are lessons you learn the hard way and then there are those someone is willing to teach you. Be grateful for the latter.

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Dr. Deborah Brennan's curator insight, June 10, 2015 5:56 PM

Good advice for anyone. "You only have your word and your name."  Leaders must live by a high moral code. I would add "to your own self be true"  Meaning, your decisions and behavior must be governed by a high moral code that reflects your personal beliefs.

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Top Characteristics of a Great Leader

I've personally been very fortunate to work with some amazing, influential, brilliant people over the course of my career. Some of these colleagues carried titles and others did not, however all possessed many of the qualities I deem to be that of a ...

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Adapting to Change, Leader Lessons From Jeff Weiner, CEO of LinkedIn - Forbes

Adapting to Change, Leader Lessons From Jeff Weiner, CEO of LinkedIn - Forbes | New Leadership | Scoop.it

Jeff’s leadership style keeps the company focused on growing at the rate of two new members every second  while reducing the business mantra to just two words: “Next Play.”

 

Leadership lessons lists abound on-line.  Jeff's list of 10 lessons, however, is tied to a large, successful virtual platform company with real staying power, connected to jobs and career growth - LinkedIn.  

 

He's obviously trending in the right direction as his inspires his "Next Plays" among his staff.  ~  Deb

 

Excerpts:

 

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Today, 16 months after the LinkedIn IPO, employees continue to talk about their Next Play and stay focused on delivering results.

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Weiner described how powerful the phrase, "Next Play" has been for the company.

 

On the day LinkedIn became a public company, employees received a black T shirt with the company’s name and stock ticker written across the front and Next Play emblazoned on the back of the shirt. Even today 16 months after the LinkedIn IPO, employees continue to talk about their Next Play and stay focused on delivering results.
1) Define leadership : At LinkedIn, Leadership is the ability to inspire others and achieve shared results. ...to create economic opportunity for the 3.3 billion people in the global workplace by matching skills with job opportunities.
3) Prioritize your business goals: ...if we could only do one thing, what would it be? This is a lesson Weiner learned from Steve Jobs and practices every day. 

6) Customers first: ... anytime the LinkedIn product team considers new enhancements the first question revolves around: Is this putting our members first, or is this putting the company first? “If it benefits members, it will ultimately benefit the company.

 

7) Remember To laugh: ...Weiner says he values his team members’ sense of humor and sometimes, on a tough day, that can trump their talent and expertise!

 

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Few more lessons on Leadership...!

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9 signs people see you as a great leader

9 signs people see you as a great leader | New Leadership | Scoop.it
No one wants to follow a leader that's just hungry for power.

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donhornsby's curator insight, October 4, 2016 10:06 AM
In real life, leadership is a much quieter trait. In fact, you may not always even realize that others see you as a great leader.
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5 Tips For Improving Leadership Communication

5 Tips For Improving Leadership Communication | New Leadership | Scoop.it

Leadership communication is much more than the words we say and how we articulate what we want to team to “hear.” Effective communication is also about emotional intelligence, knowing your audience and active listening.


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donhornsby's curator insight, May 25, 2016 9:53 AM
(From the article): Stay calm and be positive. Calm is contagious. And so is panic.Smile. Carry yourself with confidence. And try not to wear your emotions on your sleeve. I am not saying to deny our normal human functions but be aware that effective communication is about 7% the words we say. The rest is about body language, tone and delivery.
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Want to be a better leader? Observe more and react less | McKinsey & Company

Want to be a better leader? Observe more and react less | McKinsey & Company | New Leadership | Scoop.it

Most time-strapped executives know they should plan ahead and prioritize, focus on the important as much as the urgent, invest in their health (including getting enough sleep), make time for family and relationships, and limit (even if they don’t entirely avoid) mindless escapism. But doing this is easier said than done, as we all know—and as I, too, have learned during years of trying unsuccessfully to boost my effectiveness.

In my case, I stumbled upon an ancient meditation technique that, to my surprise, improved my mind’s ability to better resist the typical temptations that get in the way of developing productive and healthy habits. Much in the same way that intense, focused physical activity serves to energize and revitalize the body during the rest of the day, meditation is for me—and for the many other people who use it—like a mental aerobic exercise that declutters and detoxifies the mind to enhance its metabolic activity.


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Overloaded executives need coping mechanisms. This personal reflection shows how meditation can help.

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Ines Bieler's curator insight, April 5, 2016 8:42 AM

Overloaded executives need coping mechanisms. This personal reflection shows how meditation can help.

rodrick rajive lal's curator insight, April 7, 2016 2:28 AM
Manish has writtern a wonderful article that suggests how one can be a better leader. While the adage, observe more react less is true, the means of doing this would require not reacting immediately, or even postponing decision making for another day. Meditating, relaxing by taking a break, and I guess 'sleepiong over the problem could be a great help.  It has been noticed that knee-jerk reactions to e-mails and other correspondences might cause more harm than good!
rodrick rajive lal's curator insight, April 7, 2016 2:35 AM
Manish states very clearrly that it is not a good idea to react immediately to e-mails and make immediate decisions. Sometimes it is better to 'sleep over' over the problem! Taking a vacations before making a decision might help too!
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Why Leaders Who Listen Achieve Breakthroughs

Why Leaders Who Listen Achieve Breakthroughs | New Leadership | Scoop.it

As a leader, communicating can sometimes feel like Groundhog Day. No matter how hard you try to get your message across, it is all too easy to find the next day that you face the same blank stares, predictable objections, and questions that indicate that you failed to make it stick — that people just aren’t getting it. One reason leaders find themselves in this cycle is that their approach to communication is based on an outdated mental model. It’s a model best described as a “post office.” They view themselves as the sender of a message and others as the receivers. If problems arise, leaders look for disruption somewhere along the route.

The post office model focuses most leaders’ attention on the sending process, rather than the give-and-take of effective conversations. Even if they invite people to ask questions and truly value their buy-in, these leaders are still preoccupied with their message. This leaves them ignorant about the larger context and reality on the ground, including emerging issues and game-changing opportunities. In the extreme, thinking in terms of the post office model causes leaders to make decisions in isolation or miss the early warning signs of dysfunctional momentum.


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True two-way conversation can break the cycle of ineffective communication.

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True two-way conversation can break the cycle of ineffective communication.

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When leaders engage with a willingness to be influenced, others are more open to being influenced.

Dr. Deborah Brennan's curator insight, April 2, 2016 7:19 PM

True two-way conversation can break the cycle of ineffective communication.

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7 Valuable Skills That Top Leaders and High Achievers Have Mastered

7 Valuable Skills That Top Leaders and High Achievers Have Mastered | New Leadership | Scoop.it
1. A well-developed personal philosophy

Successful leaders know what their philosophy is; they understand their thinking and their reasoning. A clear philosophy allows you to set your expectations and articulate your definition of success so you can set a clear path to your goals. It prepares you for an extraordinary destiny.

2. Undeniable persistence

Edison failed 2,000 times before he discovered electricity. John Chambers overcame dyslexia to build Cisco. People who are successful never quit, and people who succeed never give up. When failure is never an option, you don't give up. You find another contact, another way, another point of entry, and you keep trying until you accomplish what you have set out to do. Persistence means picking yourself up every day and going after what you want without allowing anything to get in your way.


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Your traits and attributes shape you more than anything else. Successful leaders know what their philosophy is; they understand their thinking and their reasoning.

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Your traits and attributes shape you more than anything else. Successful leaders know what their philosophy is; they understand their thinking and their reasoning.

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Your traits and attributes shape you more than anything else. Successful leaders know what their philosophy is; they understand their thinking and their reasoning.

Miguel Paul Trijaud Calderón's curator insight, March 27, 2016 1:49 PM

Your traits and attributes shape you more than anything else. Successful leaders know what their philosophy is; they understand their thinking and their reasoning.

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Leaders must live up to the definition of the term “leader.”

Leaders must live up to the definition of the term “leader.” | New Leadership | Scoop.it
What's behind the decline of our ethics and morals? It’s time to put an end to ethics as usual and restore our standards of decency and trust.

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donhornsby's curator insight, January 15, 2016 10:55 AM

Leaders must live up to the definition of the term “leader.”


(From the article): Your character matters most when nobody’s looking. I long for the day when honor has meaning. In this world, most people do the right thing because they know that what goes around comes around. And if it doesn’t, they know they’ll get paid back in karma points.


In the new world I envision, people follow the spirit as well as the letter of the law. This is a world in which shaking someone’s hand is as good as a contract and where one’s reputation is a valued asset. This is a world in which people go to great lengths to protect their family name, and leaders see their first responsibility as strengthening the trust and credibility of their institutions. In this world, people do the right thing not only because it’s considered acceptable behavior, but because they know every action affects another action. In this world, people won’t be policed by bureaucracies because everyone will see it as their duty to call out unacceptable behavior — ethical derelicts will be disgraced and shunned for their misdeeds. In this world, people are accountable to a higher power — themselves — letting their own conscience be their guide.

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Are You a Dysfunctional Leader?

Are You a Dysfunctional Leader? | New Leadership | Scoop.it

Few things are as damaging to an organization as a dysfunctional leader. Left unaddressed, the corrosive impact will show up in low morale, stifled development and poor results. Sadly, most toxic leaders are blithely oblivious of the damage they create. If the slackers would just do their jobs, they think, performance would go up.

Leaders come in all kinds of styles and dispositions ranging from tyrants to wimps. What follows are five signs of a dysfunctional leader and tips any leader can use to become more functional.


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Miguel Herrera E.'s curator insight, October 30, 2015 6:21 AM

Un liderazgo Disfuncional, basado en atemorizar, es Débil, no requiere de esfuerzo, delicadeza ni inteligencia y no genera lealtad alguna. Mi lectura del post de B. Treasurer

Peter Karlsson's curator insight, October 30, 2015 6:52 PM

Most dysfunctional leaders believe that they are fabulous! 

Its now time Consulting's curator insight, October 30, 2015 7:18 PM

Looking at yourself is always a good place to start in looking at your business

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Adaptability: The Most Valued Leadership Skill

Adaptability: The Most Valued Leadership Skill | New Leadership | Scoop.it
The modern labor market forces leaders to adapt to circumstances, people and technology on a daily basis. But how does one develop adaptability?

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12 Things NOT To Do As A New Leader

12 Things NOT To Do As A New Leader | New Leadership | Scoop.it
These 12 things will damage a new leader's effectiveness and reputation. Here's the guide to what NOT to do.

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Donna Farren's curator insight, July 22, 2015 8:59 AM

This post has some great advice - we are all leaders to some degree or another - and this provides some good advice on how to handle yourself effectively as a leader.

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How an Entrepreneur Becomes a Leader

How an Entrepreneur Becomes a Leader | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Michael Alter, CEO of The Tie Bar, talks about the difference between starting a new business and running a growing company.

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Building trust as a leader (Principal)

Building trust as a leader (Principal) | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Over 50% of employees don’t trust their boss.* 5 reasons leaders seem dishonest: Pretending things are better than they are. Holding your nose in the air. Arrogant leaders sacrifice others to prote...

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4 tips to help leaders communicate during a crisis

Leadership communication during a crisis: The CEO’s message was compassionate, highly personal and most importantly, timely.

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