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Leadership traits that inspire and innovate | SmartBlogs

Leadership traits that inspire and innovate | SmartBlogs | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Great leaders who inspire their teams as great managers have the following five traits.

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EQ Versus IQ: What’s The Perfect Management Mix?

EQ Versus IQ: What’s The Perfect Management Mix? | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Intelligence Quotient or IQ is a way to measure the level of potential ability of people, and as such has links to education and work performance, as well as personal survival.

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The Top 10 Ways Leaders Erode Trust

The Top 10 Ways Leaders Erode Trust | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Irresponsible, unreliable, and undependable make for great words in a song, but if those adjectives describe your leadership style then chances are your people don’t trust you.
Now, I believe most people strive to be honorable and trustworthy in their leadership roles. There aren’t too many people who wake up in the morning and on their way into the office exclaim to themselves, “I think today is a fabulous day to break someone’s trust!” Most leaders unintentionally erode trust through what I call “trust busting” behaviors. Despite our best intentions, we sometimes get in our own way and bust trust without even realizing it.
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4 questions every leader should be able to answer | @WorkWithPassion

4 questions every leader should be able to answer | @WorkWithPassion | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Grand titles and big salary aside, the burning issue we face is how we'll show up as leaders and what legacy we’ll leave behind.

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7 Disciplines of A Leader

7 Disciplines of A Leader | New Leadership | Scoop.it
7 disciplines of leaders who are doing it right. Jeff Wolf shares the 7 ways leaders can stand out and make a quick impact.

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3 Ways To Energise The Team Using Different Language

3 Ways To Energise The Team Using Different Language | New Leadership | Scoop.it
With some imagination, and effort, the way these 3 practices in business language are expressed can help keep minds open and energise the team.
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Implicit Notions of Teamwork: Implications for Group Leadership

Implicit Notions of Teamwork: Implications for Group Leadership | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Many people will be surprised that teamwork means different things to different people. Efiong Etuk explains those meanings.

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The 5 Unorthodox Methods for Building an Inspiring Company Culture

The 5 Unorthodox Methods for Building an Inspiring Company Culture | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Today, company culture is a buzzword that sparks the interest of researchers measuring its relation to company performance. The issue inspired quite a few heated debates in scientific circles. While some research studies demonstrated that strong organizational culture boosts performance, others pointed out that it stifles creativity and innovation in dynamic environments. Still, most businesses strive to build strong company values because they simply make their operation swifter on many levels. Here are five unorthodox tips to building an inspiring culture.
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Three Core Competencies Of Successful Teams

Three Core Competencies Of Successful Teams | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Think back to your early days as a professional. Odds are you had a manager or boss who, at some point, tried to take the path of least resistance with you as a young up-and-comer. After all, you were eager, wide-eyed, optimistic – clearly you were ready for anything that [...]

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How to use technology for instant employee recognition

How to use technology for instant employee recognition | New Leadership | Scoop.it

Our society today demands immediacy, whether it's ordering food or accessing information. Understanding the need to meet these external expectations internally, Telefónica has developed a new app approach to employee recognition.

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Making collaboration work in large complex organisations

Making collaboration work in large complex organisations | New Leadership | Scoop.it

To get the best possible results for your organisation, collaboration is essential. Different thinking leads to better ideas and solutions. Shared experience ensures effective implementation. And no matter how high your IQ might be, you are still not bright enough to have all the answers.

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Leaders Who Serve Their Employees Have Greater Business Success: Here's Why

Leaders Who Serve Their Employees Have Greater Business Success: Here's Why | New Leadership | Scoop.it
When bosses put employees' needs over their own, measurable improvements result: Greater customer satisfaction, higher job performance, and lower turnover. This type of leadership suggests that if businesses lead by caring for their people, the profits will take care of themselves.

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10 Surprising Scientific Facts About Teams

10 Surprising Scientific Facts About Teams | New Leadership | Scoop.it
The most recent scientific research proves that much of what we thought we knew about teams is dead wrong.

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Good Leaders Let Their Teams Make Mistakes

Good Leaders Let Their Teams Make Mistakes | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Sighs of relief were felt around offices everywhere when Google unveiled the unsend email function early this summer. Pulling back an email right before sending a big mistake can be a godsend. Unfort…

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Why Are Leaders So Afraid of Change?

Why Are Leaders So Afraid of Change? | New Leadership | Scoop.it
To drive and inspire their teams through a transition, leaders must be open to feedback and criticism about themselves, too.

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Leaders: Would Direct Reports Say Conversations With You Are Useful?

Leaders: Would Direct Reports Say Conversations With You Are Useful? | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Recently I have been involved with group that is creating a new training program for our company.
We have been building on the idea I have always used as a coach, which is that an interaction is either useful or it’s not.
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What set of behaviours make the best leaders?

What set of behaviours make the best leaders? | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Andy Webber, trainer and coach at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, on why you need someone who is driven, focused, determined and manages relationships well.
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8 Habits Of Leaders Who Know How To Delegate

8 Habits Of Leaders Who Know How To Delegate | New Leadership | Scoop.it
The more leaders micromanage, the more their teams push for independence. Here's how to break the cycle.

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8 helpful habits for leaders, it is important to know how to delegate. I think it is important to work collaboratively and provide opportunities for independence.  

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Have you ever worked for someone who micro-managed you? how did that make you feel?

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Increased Demand for Mindful Managers - People Development Network

Increased Demand for Mindful Managers - People Development Network | New Leadership | Scoop.it
The word " demand " in a business model is often understood as the purchase need of the consumers. No emotion in that definition, right?

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5 Bad Boss Traits You Must Avoid

5 Bad Boss Traits You Must Avoid | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Did you know three out of four employees have a bad boss?Hopefully the figurative three employees aren’t your employees. You could find that you think you’re a leader, your title has “manager” or “director,” but your team sees you with resentful eyes. Studies revealed about 68% of employees leave a job because their boss sucks! The time is now to think about how you approach management.The dishonorable side of leadership where responsibility is thrown away in order to abuse the power is a very real thing. We have you covered though.We identified 5

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How to Create a Corporate Culture When Your Teams Are Remote

How to Create a Corporate Culture When Your Teams Are Remote | New Leadership | Scoop.it
A couple of weeks ago someone left me a comment asking me how an organization can create an engaging and positive corporate culture with remote team members. This is certainly a big challenge for a lot of companies around the world.

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The tech-driven renaissance of employee engagement

The tech-driven renaissance of employee engagement | New Leadership | Scoop.it

We are on the brink of a full-blown, technology-driven renaissance for employee engagement. Major developments in enterprise software, data analytics and workforce composition forecast an impending engagement revival in the sales, marketing and customer service teams.

Sounds audacious, right? It should, given the dismal percentage of the global workforce that’s engaged currently, a mere 13 percent, So why the certainty that an engagement renaissance is around the corner?
This article sets forth the rationale, while covering three core sections:

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How to Get Over Your Controlling Ways

How to Get Over Your Controlling Ways | New Leadership | Scoop.it

There is a famous quote attributed to the legendary race car driver Mario Andretti:


If everything appears to be under control, then you’re just not going fast enough.


Control is a wonderful thing, but it is fundamentally incompatible with outstanding speed. When you control things you can maintain quality or manage your costs more effectively, but you’ll have to give up speed in the process. Just remember that old adage that you may have heard from a consultant or service provider at some point in your career: good, fast, and cheap—pick two.


But does that really cut it in today’s world? We have the internet and digital technology now. We have more information at our fingertips than our grandparents even knew existed. Hasn’t the game changed?

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Six Agile Learning Habits of Inspired Leaders - People Development Network

Six Agile Learning Habits of Inspired Leaders - People Development Network | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Inspired leaders and those who reap the most respect and best results from and for their team have acquired the following 6 habits of agile learning

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