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3 Signs Members of Your Team Do Not Know How to Collaborate

3 Signs Members of Your Team Do Not Know How to Collaborate | New Leadership | Scoop.it

Collaboration is a great idea. In a collaborative environment good ideas and projects have the opportunity to become great ideas and projects. Working collaboratively people often come up with ideas that they wouldn’t have working alone – even with feedback from peers.

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5 Leadership Fallacies To Dispel - Forbes

5 Leadership Fallacies To Dispel - Forbes | New Leadership | Scoop.it

Learn these 5 leadership fallacies and build your leadership context.


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The Selfish Side of Leadership

The Selfish Side of Leadership | New Leadership | Scoop.it
“I’m getting way too much sleep, spending a ton of time with my friends and family, and I’m in the best physical shape of my life,” said no corporate executive ever.
In his book Betterness Umair Haque writes, “Why is business chronically and often unashamedly at odds with what is good for people, society and the natural world? Why is the generally accepted definition of prosperity the growth of industrial output, not the emotional, social, physical, or ethical growth of humans?”
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The organizational shadow impact

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The importance of culture and its effects on organizational performance are by well known. Indeed, the topic has gone mainstream to the degree that “culture” was Merriam-Webster’s word of the year for 2014.
Yet even as issues of organizational culture lie at the heart of merger clashes, strategy failures and change initiatives, too many leaders approach organizational culture as they might the weather – everyone talks about it but with the assumption that nothing can be done about it.

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If You are doing this, You are Not a Good Boss

If You are doing this, You are Not a Good Boss | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Ever considered that you may be the problem here?

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Driven to Lead & Succeed: Four Thoughts on Service & Aspiration - General Leadership

Driven to Lead & Succeed: Four Thoughts on Service & Aspiration - General Leadership | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Having aspirations and a desire to lead people are qualities of those individuals who are driven to lead and succeed. The key to long-term sustainment, however, is to ensure that both are rooted in servant leadership and focus on value to others first.

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David R. Canales's curator insight, August 2, 10:52 AM

A servants heart inspires. 

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A Failure to Act: The Leader's 5 Most Damaging Inactions

A Failure to Act: The Leader's 5 Most Damaging Inactions | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Leaders are criticized for the decisions they make. Scott Mautz explains why inaction may be the most dangerous, and damaging, decision a leader can make.
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Leading Teams to Peak Performance - 5 Steps

Leading Teams to Peak Performance - 5 Steps | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Leading teams that achieve peak performance have a common purpose, vision and goals so people can derive meaning, motivation and fulfilment from their work.

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3 Reasons Why A Great Engagement Strategy Isn’t Enough

Even with the best engagement strategy in place, for many leaders, their efforts simply weren’t, frustratingly, enough and there are deeper problems

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How To Deal With Negativity At Work - Managing People

How To Deal With Negativity At Work - Managing People | New Leadership | Scoop.it
if you want your team to be outstanding, you need to tackle the negativity at work issue and, introduce a change of focus to divert to a positive response

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The 6 Styles of Leadership You Need to Know

The 6 Styles of Leadership You Need to Know | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Can you navigate between different styles of leadership to inspire your team? Daniel Goleman offers his take on the six styles of effective leadership.
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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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Four Strategic Changes Impacting Leadership Behavior

Four Strategic Changes Impacting Leadership Behavior | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Leaders of today are confronted with challenges and changes that are quickly transforming how, what, where, and with whom their organizations do business.Business leaders who are simply modifying their current plans are just treading water and their organization is just keeping pace with change.In a business context, agility is the ability of an organization to rapidly adapt to market and environmental changes in productive and cost-effective ways.A standard of trust vision of agility is about relationship capital leaders who foresee shifts and proactively create innovative strategies. C

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When To Call In Help From HR - People Development Network

When To Call In Help From HR - People Development Network | New Leadership | Scoop.it
you need to understand your legal obligations and how to get the best out of your people is essential. For many this is why the need to get help from HR.

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9 Reasons why you resist change. Manage change effectively.

9 Reasons why you resist change. Manage change effectively. | New Leadership | Scoop.it
There are many reasons why you might resist change but in reality; there is no reason to fear or resist change. Change is an inevitable part of life.
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Wholehearted Leadership - The Positive Psychology People

Wholehearted Leadership - The Positive Psychology People | New Leadership | Scoop.it
What is wholehearted leadership all about and how is it combining with positive psychology to bring the best out of leaders in organisations?

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Sandeep Gautam's curator insight, August 2, 8:33 AM

connect, care and have courage (to be vulnerable) !

Functional Family Medicine's curator insight, August 2, 11:19 AM

connect, care and have courage (to be vulnerable) !

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Stop Trying to Please Everyone

Stop Trying to Please Everyone | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Many of us are familiar with the concept of Getting to Yes, an iconic negotiation strategy developed by Harvard professor Roger Fisher and others. For many managers, however, the more difficult day-to-day challenge is “getting to no” which is what we call the process for agreeing on what not to do.
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Be a Ground Floor Leader: Influence Your Peers

Be a Ground Floor Leader: Influence Your Peers | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Many people make the mistake of thinking they must wait for the corner office and fancy title to practice their leadership skills. But anyone can start becoming a leader long before the words “VP” or “Manager” are put on their office door. Do you want to get a head start on your leadership skills as a core-level employee? If so, start by becoming what I call a “Ground Floor Leader” and influence your peers.
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Leadership To Inspire Followers - People Development Magazine

Leadership To Inspire Followers - People Development Magazine | New Leadership | Scoop.it
seven leadership practices to inspire followers create meaning focus on values use symbols give credit be inclusive make dream visible create touch phrases

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5 Characteristics of An Open Minded Leader

5 Characteristics of An Open Minded Leader | New Leadership | Scoop.it
An open-minded leader understands that the learning journey never stops. All we can be certain of is what we have learned so far.

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Joseph Palumbo, MBA,'s curator insight, August 2, 9:13 PM

Great leaders are great listeners and great followers. They set a compelling vision but let their professional staff decide and implement the strategy to achieve the vision. 

Ian Berry's curator insight, Today, 6:03 PM

Good insights. Before characteristics comes character in my view http://blog.ianberry.biz/2015/05/where-have-all-people-of-character-gone.html

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What Science Tells Us About Warmth And Effective Leadership

What Science Tells Us About Warmth And Effective Leadership | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Leadership is a complicated thing. Should a leader be feared or respected? Is kindness the fastest route toward trust, or should a leaders remain distant from those they lead? These are the questions behind a wealth of research conducted over the last couple decades that seeks to answer a fundamental question [...]

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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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Ivan Ang's curator insight, August 1, 9:53 PM

Capable leaders have both IQ and EQ. How about you? 

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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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