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5 Reasons You Need To Instill Values In Your Organization

5 Reasons You Need To Instill Values In Your Organization | New Leadership | Scoop.it

We all know that a good company culture makes for happier employees. But when the culture goes beyond that - to core values everyone works by - the results are revolutionary. 


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Kenneth Mikkelsen's curator insight, March 31, 2014 5:51 PM

Reference to a related study by Boston Research Group : The view from the top, and bottom.



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What's Your Leadership Style?: Learn About the Strengths and Weaknesses of the Way You Like to Lead

What's Your Leadership Style?: Learn About the Strengths and Weaknesses of the Way You Like to Lead | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Use this quiz to discover your preferred leadership style, and to develop other ways to lead people successfully in different situations.
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10 Principles of Strategic Leadership

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How to develop and retain leaders who can guide your organization through times of fundamental change.
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Is there a black hole-in your leadership strategy

Is there a black hole-in your leadership strategy | New Leadership | Scoop.it

Now that a new wave of transformation in business models is sweeping through many of our industries, director Nickie Fonda and consultant Lynn Lilley, from the Value Partnership, give advice on how to anticipate which of these transformations are likely to be successful

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Practicing Gratitude is Good for Business

Practicing Gratitude is Good for Business | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Practicing gratitude is probably not something that dominates your to-do list when you’re setting up or running a business, but this list helps to do so
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How to Spot Leadership Potential in Your Employees

How to Spot Leadership Potential in Your Employees | New Leadership | Scoop.it
When it comes time to hire a manager, do you promote from within? If so, here are the five leadership qualities to look out for in your employees.
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Why Finding Effective Leaders Remains a Challenge

Why Finding Effective Leaders Remains a Challenge | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Existing methods of identifying and developing leaders are failing, creating a gap between traditional ideas of leadership effectiveness and wha

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Three Compelling Ways to Rethink Leadership Practices

Three Compelling Ways to Rethink Leadership Practices | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Are your leadership practices based on outdated assumptions about the true nature of human motivation? Think about how you might approach leadership differently if you took into account some of the latest findings: - Our basic human nature is to thrive. No one wants to be bored and disengaged. People want to contribute. People appreciate meaningful…

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"Are You Giving The Right Message With Your Leadership?"

"Are You Giving The Right Message With Your Leadership?" | New Leadership | Scoop.it
 One thing that’s abundantly clear from the various studies on employee engagement and organizational success is that today’s leaders need to make a greater effort building lines of communication with those they lead.

Embedded within those lines of communication is not only the need to foster and build relationships with those under our care, but also the requirement that we use these opportunities to provide feedback that will help our employees to better understand both what’s required of them and what we value in their contributions.
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Top 10 Behaviors of Insecure Leaders

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Fear begins at the top and flows down through organizations. Insecure teams are led by insecure leaders. You’re forced to be inconsistent, when you’re driven by the opinions of others. Top 10 behaviors of insecure leaders: Grudge-holding. Forgiveness requires courage. Self-blaming. Insecurity may cause leaders to blame themselves for the delinquency of others. The difference between self-blame…

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Leadership: Assessing Organizational Health

Leadership: Assessing Organizational Health | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Leadership in a business context is challenging because its effectiveness depends not just on a leader’s key traits but also on organizational decision making, competitive forces and constantly changing external situation. On the other hand, people want to work in healthier organization cultures

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Saramesss's curator insight, May 19, 2:40 PM
Salud organizacional
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Beyond beanbags: How to build a sustainable, mission-driven company culture

Beyond beanbags: How to build a sustainable, mission-driven company culture | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Sustainable company culture is more about values than luxurious perks.
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7 Steps to Managing a Remote Team Successfully

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Learn how to manage a remote team successfully with helpful tips from Ahna's Snapchat community.

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(From the article): Create in-house atmospheres by personal interactions. Have you ever been on a conference call and everyone is trying to speak while also trying to be polite? Have you been working online for so long that you forget who’s on the other side? Do you find yourself communicating too emotionally? I think the online community suffers from a lack of compassion, and I don’t necessarily think that is our fault. It’s easy to forget we are dealing with legit humans on the other side because our world’s largest mode of operating is via electronic equipment. “Communication is KEY.. and often. Via video and audio conference calls, we held meetings EVERY week, even if there wasn’t anything significant to discuss. Recognition in front of peers works WONDERS! And builds trust, respect, and appreciation for the supervisor,” said Liz (@lovelycreationz). To create an in-house atmosphere, meetings should be conducted via video. Why? Because seeing faces will cultivate emotion among the team for one another, makes everyone stay focused on the meeting, makes it easier to share ideas and information without cutting one another off, and keeps frustration to a minimum. Even though everyone won’t always look nice or have the best background setting, it’s important to find ways to remind one another we are a team, and we’re comprised of real people.
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Managing By Influence: How To Lead In The New Workforce

Managing By Influence: How To Lead In The New Workforce | New Leadership | Scoop.it
What the new and most vital skill every manager in this environment needs is influence. It’s not about persuading, it’s about engaging.

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Putting Credibility First

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Before embarking on transformations, executives must establish trust with employees. Following this three-step process will help.
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New Research Shows Investing in Experiential Learning for Leaders Pays Off

New Research Shows Investing in Experiential Learning for Leaders Pays Off | New Leadership | Scoop.it
New ATD research finds that using experiential learning (learning by doing) to develop leaders is more likely to improve learning effectiveness and success in the marketplace.

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How Great Leaders Value People

How Great Leaders Value People | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Great leaders truly value their people, and demonstrate that sentiment. This post details three ways leaders show they value their people.

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Jerry Busone's curator insight, May 22, 7:34 AM

This all nets out  at the hiring process.... bring on people you admire , that are skilled and have the talent to do the job ,.,you'll value them

JASON CAVNESS's curator insight, May 22, 10:36 AM
It has been proven again and again that people are your biggest asset.
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6 Ways to use Neuroscience to Improve Your Team and Business

6 Ways to use Neuroscience to Improve Your Team and Business | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Neuroscience is the big buzzword flying around in business right now. It is a perplexing subject unless you're fully conversant with the terminology.

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Jason Ray France's curator insight, May 19, 1:14 PM
These aspects of the work place have been neglected for far too long, resulting in predictable but undesired behavior in associates.
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10 Principles of Strategic Leadership

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How to develop and retain leaders who can guide your organization through times of fundamental change.


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6 Powerful Traits of the Most Inspiring Business Leaders

6 Powerful Traits of the Most Inspiring Business Leaders | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Anyone can be a leader--but if you want to be an inspiring leader you need these powerful six traits.

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donhornsby's curator insight, May 19, 9:52 AM
Authenticity is key. 

(From the article) If you are looking to be an inspiring leader, it is important to be an authentic leader. Authentic leaders are ethical leaders. They've identified their ethical codes, and they never compromise on what they believe to be right and wrong. Authentic leaders are inspiring because they know who they are and they don't let anyone keep them from making a decision that they know is right. They have integrity and a firm moral code, and they manage to stay sensible and stable even during the most difficult times.
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Making The Case For 'Silent Leadership'

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Silent leadership can be learnt, but it is also a philosophy that tends to lend itself to more placid, introverted people, in much the same way that extroverts will lean towards a more in-your-face style.

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I have always had an affinity for those leaders who do not add to the difficulty of tasks by virtue of their personality. Here is to the silent and humble leaders. 
 
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Why Workplace Leadership Is About To Get Its First Major Makeover In 100 Years

Why Workplace Leadership Is About To Get Its First Major Makeover In 100 Years | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Workplace leadership is undergoing significant change. Here are three important reasons why leadership is about to be greatly transformed.

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10 Tips on How To Empower and Engage Your Employees

10 Tips on How To Empower and Engage Your Employees | New Leadership | Scoop.it

The “my way of the highway” leadership style is no longer effective. Use these 10 tips to empower and engage your employees.


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Businesses with employees who interface with customers or perform key roles that keep the business functioning effectively, need to be especially conscious of empowering these employees to act with a degree of independence, and in making sure that they are fully engaged with the company's vision for the future. In most established businesses, this will require those business leaders to look closely at their leadership styles, and make any necessary adjustments. The ten tips in this article provide a great guide to changes that may be needed in personal leadership styles, if the employees of the business are to become empowered, and fully engaged.

Adele Taylor's curator insight, May 17, 8:16 PM
Some of these tips seem simple enough, but it is amazing how many companies don't do them and lose their best staff.
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How to Manage and Engage Your Remote Workers - People Development

How to Manage and Engage Your Remote Workers - People Development | New Leadership | Scoop.it
keep in mind that integrating, engaging and evaluating remote workers takes certain management techniques. The old-school way of managing employees

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4 Strategies True Leaders Use to Make Difficult Decisions

4 Strategies True Leaders Use to Make Difficult Decisions | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Decision-making is one of those leadership qualities that take time to develop. Here are four shortcuts you can use.
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Consistency Is Your Key to Leadership Success

Consistency Is Your Key to Leadership Success | New Leadership | Scoop.it
To be a true leader, you must be committed, pay attention to detail, and stay focused on your company’s goals. Here's why consistency is the key to success.
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donhornsby's curator insight, May 15, 11:05 AM
Check Your Mood

(From the article): We all have days when everything goes wrong. Whether you lock your keys in your car, spill hot coffee all over your lap, or get in a fender bender, you need to check yourself as soon as you enter the office. When you show up at work in a bad mood, it negatively affects other people. For me, reading faith-driven leadership lessons before work refreshes me and prepares me to take on the day. Over the years, I have learned I have the opportunity to be the most positive influence on someone each day. And by checking my mood each morning, I’m more consistent in the way I present myself to my employees.