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Inside the Mind of a Successful Manager

Inside the Mind of a Successful Manager | New Leadership | Scoop.it

The art of successfully managing a company and its employees can define the success of a company. Work ethic and leadership are just a few components of running a company successfully. Proper management is key to a positive ROI, but also to employee satisfaction and ultimately employee retention. Whether the employee cites fairness, patience, respect, or open communication as essential components to a good employee-boss relationship, managers must be prepared to cater to each of these areas in order to run a motivated workforce.

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The 9 Essential Leadership Strategies in The Age of Information

The 9 Essential Leadership Strategies in The Age of Information | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Each evolution from Stone Age to Agricultural Age to Industrial Age to Information Age has required a shift in the essential leadership strategies.
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Ten ways to be a great boss

Ten ways to be a great boss | New Leadership | Scoop.it

According to Gary Cattermole great bosses are not born great, they become great. Here he gives his top 10 tips for becoming an effective leader:

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Effective leaders inspire with stories - raconteur.net

Effective leaders inspire with stories - raconteur.net | New Leadership | Scoop.it

Leaders who can tell the story of an enterprise and communicate how employees working together make a difference will succeed in engaging their staff

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6 Traits of a Rebel Leader 

6 Traits of a Rebel Leader  | New Leadership | Scoop.it

In preparation to assume new duties this summer, this is the simply complex guidance I would most like to pass to my new organization. Be a rebel that drives revolutionary change, not evolutionary progress. As a senior military leader this may strike you as odd. In traditional thought, the military epitomizes structure and repetition in maintaining the status quo. But this can remain no more in today’s military than in your business. To remain successful, we must strive for positive improvement and a revolution of our processes to become efficiently effective in everything our organizations and we do.

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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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Three quick wins for workplace productivity

Three quick wins for workplace productivity | New Leadership | Scoop.it

We’d all like to be a little more productive right? Finding ways to stop procrastinating and get things done? Easier said than done though. With more distractions in our workplaces – emails, social media, phone calls - being and staying productive is a challenge.

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Leadership lessons: Making the grade

Leadership lessons: Making the grade | New Leadership | Scoop.it

Nearly every big company feels that employees must have a grade, that their position must be defined by a number or letter and a title. So in investment banking a new bachelors degree enters as an analyst, gets promoted (or not) to associate, then vice president, managing director, etc. We have grading systems for scientific and engineering personnel, for managers, for secretaries. Of course, tied to grade is (presumably) accountability and (almost certainly) reward

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Good Leaders Aren’t Afraid to Be Nice

Good Leaders Aren’t Afraid to Be Nice | New Leadership | Scoop.it
There’s no advantage to being mean.

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donhornsby's curator insight, April 11, 2015 8:23 AM

(From the article): Keep it simple. Life is complicated enough. Clients and colleagues expect us to be expert enough to keep things simple and easy to follow. It’s a constant struggle to focus more on the story you’re trying to tell than on the slides. But by reminding myself and my team that we’re sitting down with a client to have a nice conversation, we might be able to avoid coming across as the type of people who overly complicate things or act in a way that’s self-important.

John Michel's curator insight, April 11, 2015 7:30 PM

In a world filled with agencies, most of which offer the same services at roughly the same prices, the ultimate difference between success and failure is whether people want to work with your teams or not. It’s the same on the inside.

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Employees Want a Lot More From Their Managers

Employees Want a Lot More From Their Managers | New Leadership | Scoop.it


The best managers make a concerted effort to get to know their employees and help them feel comfortable talking about any subject, whether it is work related or not. A productive workplace is one in which people feel safe -- safe enough to experiment, to challenge, to share information and to support one another. In this type of workplace, team members are prepared to give the manager and their organization the benefit of the doubt. But none of this can happen if employees do not feel cared about.


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David Hain's curator insight, April 10, 2015 7:51 AM

Gallup Survey: - If you want engagement, forget the transactional mindset and be more human!

Sandeep Gautam's curator insight, April 10, 2015 8:31 AM

I don't think employees want a lot; these are basic things a  manager/ leader should provide for effective functioning !

Ian Berry's curator insight, April 11, 2015 2:11 AM

Headline true I love David Hain's insight more than the whole article!

He says "If you want engagement, forget the transactional mindset and be more human!"

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How Leaders Anticipate Sudden Changes

How Leaders Anticipate Sudden Changes | New Leadership | Scoop.it
A car crash involves two crucial moments. First, there is the point of surprise. This is the moment when you consciously realize something is not going the way you had expected. In a car crash, this would be the moment when sweat breaks out and swearing is permitted. The second moment is the point of no return. From this moment onward, impact is inevitable.
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Are you able to overcome your own insularity?

Are you able to overcome your own insularity? | New Leadership | Scoop.it

Insularity is a real problem today because it often means a resistance to change. Ultimately insularity is a developmental problem. Insular leaders are resistant to input because they have often failed to develop beyond their teenage years. Think of your average teenager; one of the things that characterises many at this age is an unshakeable belief in the veracity of their own point of view. They are archetypally very difficult to advise. They often think they know best and that their parents are simply out of touch. Humility is not common at this age. They have not heard of unconscious incompetence – they don’t know what they don’t know.

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How to Be Emotionally Intelligent

How to Be Emotionally Intelligent | New Leadership | Scoop.it
What makes a leader? Knowledge, smarts and vision, but also the ability to identify and monitor emotions and manage relationships.

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Graeme Reid's curator insight, April 8, 2015 7:45 PM

Checklist for Emotional Intelligence

Kudos's curator insight, April 10, 2015 10:26 AM

The best leaders are always ones that can relate to their team, keep a calm demeanour in crisis or conflict and work to support their team to help make them better verses dictating or blaming for what is wrong. The best Managers look for what their team does right and recognizes those behaviours and results. Managing people well is much harder then it looks, recognizing people for what they do well and how they contribute is a great place to start to be a good emotional intelligent leader.

Susannah Couper's curator insight, July 6, 2015 7:52 AM

It doesn't matter what business you are in, the common denominator is that we are all human beings who are driven by emotion. Emotional awareness enables us to see the impact that our emotions have on our performance. Emotional management will empower us to make constructive decisions over destructive reactions. 

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Leadership is Helping Things Grow

Leadership is Helping Things Grow | New Leadership | Scoop.it

It takes hard work and wisdom to help things grow.


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donhornsby's curator insight, April 14, 2015 9:06 AM

(From the article): The leaders who inspire me are very good at helping things grow. They appreciate the cycle of working and waiting. The leaders who inspire me have insight into what can grow where. They prepare the ground, breaking down resistance. Their leadership plants good seeds, then cares for the plants they produce. They are invested in the results of their efforts, and know the benefits of waiting to see what happens.

 

My friends know they cannot force things to grow. They work hard to help, but cannot control whether growth takes place. They plan well, work hard to do their best, try to make wise choices, and hope for growth. The leaders who inspire me have learned the importance of waiting to see what happens.

 

Each of us leads in ways that affect how we, and other people, grow.

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Emotional Intelligence: An Essential Leadership Trait

Emotional Intelligence: An Essential Leadership Trait | New Leadership | Scoop.it

When we think of successful leaders, we often consider their business intelligence – the ability to think and execute in the short-term and plan for the future – as the most important factor of success. Equally important for a leader is emotional intelligence.
 

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Leaders Need To Be Where Their People Need Them

Leaders Need To Be Where Their People Need Them | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Where do you lead from? Is it from the front, issuing commands and carrying a flag? From the back, perhaps with just a nod and barely a whisper?

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Roy Sheneman, PhD's curator insight, April 12, 2015 3:10 PM

The best leaders are comfortable in all locations within the company...they understand the need to be flexible and serve those of whom are under their charge.

Dixie Binford's curator insight, April 14, 2015 1:30 PM

What does an orchestra conductor understand about leadership?  Take the time to watch the associated TED Talk for a beautiful bridge to music and leadership.  Than ask yourself, what space do I live in as a leader?

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Why listening to staff is key for managers

Why listening to staff is key for managers | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Energising and engaging key staff is more important than ever as incomes begin to rise, and employers need to give something extra to retain high-flyers
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Leadership skills that inspire change – raconteur.net

What are the skills that make someone a transformational leader and is it possible to acquire them?

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Roy Sheneman, PhD's curator insight, April 13, 2015 9:20 AM

Excellent review of the challenges of leading change within an organization.

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How to Be More Resilient When Things Get Tough

How to Be More Resilient When Things Get Tough | New Leadership | Scoop.it
The choices we make every day determine how resilient we can be when things go wrong. Discover the secret to thriving in challenging times.
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5 Ways Leaders Start Movements

5 Ways Leaders Start Movements | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Learn how leaders start movements in these 5 simple steps, demonstrated perfectly in this 3-minute video.

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donhornsby's curator insight, April 11, 2015 7:57 AM

(From the article): With the power of social media, it’s easy for leaders to shine a light on the movement. Remember the Ice Bucket Challenge? Who started it? No one remembers, but that person is a true leader. Once you have a movement, share it with colleagues, friends, family and with the world. Remember, as Sivers explains, when the movement begins, others will join willingly, because most people will fear being left alone, if they fail to join the crowd. Again, consider the Ice Bucket Challenge. You had to join or risk being left out of one of the most powerful movements to come along in many years.

Dr. Deborah Brennan's curator insight, June 28, 2015 5:21 PM
Leaders take risks and innovate--be brave!
Luc E. Morisset's curator insight, July 3, 2015 9:07 AM

As simple as that...

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What does your face say about your leadership?

What does your face say about your leadership? | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Does your leadership image matter? Georgina Fuller gets some top tips from PR consultant Richard Hillgrove and asks what public relations can do for your leadership brand
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5 Areas of Leadership We Cannot Delegate

5 Areas of Leadership We Cannot Delegate | New Leadership | Scoop.it
As leaders, we are delegators by nature. However, there are 5 areas of our leadership we cannot delegate. Learn with me as we discern what true self-leadership is about and how these 5 areas will build sustainability into our leadership core.

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Are you prepared for the leadership gap?

Are you prepared for the leadership gap? | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Fewer employees are aspiring to C-level roles, preferring to use their leadership skills to make a direct impact on their organizations and colleagues from their current positions. What does that mean for the future of your business?

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Roy Sheneman, PhD's curator insight, April 10, 2015 11:58 AM

Your top leadership is getting ready to retire, are you ready to handle the future?  Who will step up to leadership roles?

Richard Dillard, PMP, SSBB, ABD 7.1's curator insight, April 10, 2015 1:03 PM

This is a rare paradigm shift back, and its about time. "Leadership is [becoming] less title-driven and more situational" and "Leadership development must be personalized." In reality, it has always been this way and there was never an exception. Thank you, millennials.

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Four Essential Practices for Building Trust

Four Essential Practices for Building Trust | New Leadership | Scoop.it

Leaders hold challenging positions in today's schools. Often hired to initiate change and increase student performance, leaders can find it difficult to build trust with their colleagues.


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Adrian Bertolini's curator insight, April 9, 2015 12:20 AM

Some leaders underestimate the power of relationships in solving their problems. Many well-intentioned leaders are simply unaware that their words and actions erode trust. Some who are aware lack the strategies to address trust issues.

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When It Comes to Successfully Leading People, Soft Skills are the Key

When It Comes to Successfully Leading People, Soft Skills are the Key | New Leadership | Scoop.it
We had two very distinct corporate headquarters and now we just have one. At our corporate office in Boston, the doors were locked on the executive floor and you couldn’t get in with your badge unless you worked on that floor.
Now everyone’s badge works on the floor. I also moved the coffee machine outside my door so people had to walk by my office to get to it. Now I can tell people to stop in and say Hi.”


That statement was from CEO Linda K. Zecher of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. She was recently profiled by Adam Bryant in his weekly interview series, Corner Office in The New York Times.

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