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La mirada bellotera y el #liderazgo en @meta4_es

La mirada bellotera y el #liderazgo en @meta4_es | Only Leadership and management, sólo Liderazgo | Scoop.it
Los líderes han de ser capaces de comprometer a las personas, de atraer, cultivar y mantener el talento, y de promover y cuidar las relaciones de confianza
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#Liderazgo MENTE FLEXIBLE – REQUISITO INDISPENSABLE DEL LÍDER EXITOSO by @JoaquinCandeias

#Liderazgo MENTE FLEXIBLE – REQUISITO INDISPENSABLE DEL LÍDER EXITOSO by @JoaquinCandeias | Only Leadership and management, sólo Liderazgo | Scoop.it
Así reza el premio Nobel Henri Bergson en su ensayo La risa – Ensayo sobre la significación de lo cómico con respecto a una de las características de lo cómico: la falta de flexibilidad. Henri Bergson - La risa

Recuerdo que cierta vez, en pleno vuelo, mi compañera de asiento le pidió a la azafata utilizar el baño de primera clase porque el de turista estaba ocupado y había bastante gente esperando. La razón que esgrimió fue poderosa: estaba embarazada y no se sentía muy bien.
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#Leadership Build Your Resilience: 5 Ways To Lean Into Life's Curves

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Life isn’t linear. No matter how well thought out your plans, they’ll eventually collide with a reality you didn’t plan on. Learning to "lean into the curves" when life doesn’t unfold as you’d hoped will help spare you untold stress, bounce back faster and emerge better off.  Here’s five ways to do just that.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, March 21, 6:30 PM

Life isn't linear. Sooner or later the best laid plans collide with a reality you didn't plan on. Learning to "lean into the curves" will help you handle them better and emerge better off.

Pamela Usukumah's curator insight, Today, 1:19 PM
Nothing ever goes as planned, learning to roll with the punches can help you succeed.
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simple  necessary energizing
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#Leadership Three Strategies You Can Use To Become A More Inspiring Leader

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If you're note getting the results you're looking for from your team, chances are, you're both at fault. Here's how to course correct.

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Skills for the Future: Break Patterns and Surprise Yourself, says Harvard’s Michael Puett

Skills for the Future: Break Patterns and Surprise Yourself, says Harvard’s Michael Puett | Only Leadership and management, sólo Liderazgo | Scoop.it
What are the key skills for the future? In our special multi-part series, experts share valuable and surprising insights we can use to build tomorrow’s world. In this part Harvard professor Michael Puett explains the skill of breaking patterns and its impact on your life, your leadership, and on the people you interact with.
The best thing about listening to someone who challenges your day-to-day assumptions is that you learn something about yourself. Michael Puett, Harvard’s tall and boyish-looking expert on ancient China, certainly made me think when he explained how we are ruled by patterns, and how we can live better lives if we learn to break those patterns. I felt sorry when his talk at The School of Life (London, February 2017) came to an end after 2 hours. I would like to meet him again.
Here are the best insights Michael Puett shared with us in London (I leave his high-pitched voice and frequent smiles to your imagination):

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David Hain's curator insight, March 21, 6:18 AM

What are the patterns in your life. maybe they are the key to your growth...?

Tom Wojick's curator insight, March 21, 10:04 AM

One of the competencies of the 6 Seconds model of emotional intelligence is Recognizing Patterns. It was one of the most powerful and revealing one for me. Patterns operate under our radar, but learning to be aware of our emotions that cue our patterns is critical to changing and breaking a pattern that is not working for you.

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Creating a #Leadership Culture

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This post comes courtesy of Mark Miller, a best-selling author of 6 books, an in-demand speaker and an executive at Chick-fil-A. His latest book, Leaders Made Here, describes how to nurture leaders…

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#Leadership 9 Ways to Recognize a Real Leader

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Look closely and you'll see who they really are.

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donhornsby's curator insight, March 20, 9:33 AM
To be a leader does not mean wearing the title of "leader." It's not something you choose to be one minute and then choose not to be the next. A leader is not a leader simply because he or she has been promoted. And a leader is not someone who sits in a position of management.
 
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La mirada bellotera y el #liderazgo en @meta4_es

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#Leadership Five tips for being a better mentor  

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At some point in your life, there is a pretty good chance that you will be a mentor to someone, even if only in a more informal relationship. It can be exhilarating to think that you are helping shape someone’s development and potentially helping them carve out a career path for themselves.

But that said, it can also feel a bit overwhelming at times to be a mentor and to be looked upon as the guiding light in someone’s life.  

The truth is that mentors don’t always have the answers, nor should they. Mentors aren’t there to just point in a direction and tell the mentees to go. Mentors should act as a sounding board and guide for their mentees, but should also push their mentees to find their own answers. 

It can require a delicate balance of listening, sharing, brainstorming, commiserating, encouraging, and more. To help you find the right balance and be a more effective mentor, Here are five tips to share that you can implement in your relationships.

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Working with your #Leadership Vision - People Development Network

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Working with your leadership vision is communicating your clear vision of what you are working towards by your understanding of how things can be improved.

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#Leadership The Neuroscience of Trust

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Management behaviors that foster employee engagement

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#Leadership 8 Essentials for Becoming a Manager Who Motivates

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I have a simple rule: manage people the way I would want to be managed.

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#Liderazgo Pensar es trabajo duro ¿Cuál es Comportamiento de un líder proactivo y extrovertido?

#Liderazgo Pensar es trabajo duro ¿Cuál es Comportamiento de un líder proactivo y extrovertido? | Only Leadership and management, sólo Liderazgo | Scoop.it
“El hombre cuya opinión nunca varía es semejante al agua estancada y engendra reptiles en su mente”. William Blake   Esta semana, mientras estaba conversando con una buena amiga mía, me comentaba que tenía un pequeño “problema”, que era una persona proactiva, la verdad es que yo le comenté que la proactividad es bueno tenerlo…
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#Leadership Great Leaders Learn From Failure, They Don't Dwell On It!

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Great leaders learn from failure, they don't dwell on mistakes! How they relate to failure plays a major part in their confidence to do a job.

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Experience is simply the name we give our mistakes. - Oscar Wilde
 
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Why Trust in #Leadership Matters More Than You Realize

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Trust in leadership should be more frequently discussed in HR and among entrepreneurs. The days of authoritative leadership are done.

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Liberada nueva versión del Canvas del #Liderazgo Innovador (post-533) por @arey

Liberada nueva versión del Canvas del #Liderazgo Innovador (post-533) por @arey | Only Leadership and management, sólo Liderazgo | Scoop.it
El mes pasado volví al TEC de Monterrey para participar otra vez en su programa TEC Beyond, y aprovechamos con Ignacio García para diseñar una nueva versión del “Canvas del Liderazgo Innovador” que…

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The #leadership manifesto: developing leaders at all levels

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Thee concept and nature of leadership has probably never been more debated than it is now. Last year saw Theresa May take over as PM in the UK after David Cameron stepped down, while the US elected a new President  - where his opponent criticised him for having no prior political experience.
 
The debate around leadership looks set to continue. Trump’s inauguration dominates headlines, Northern Ireland’s deputy first minister has resigned, meaning an assembly election is inevitable, and the French Presidential elections are set for May.

These political upheavals have repercussions across the world of business. Redrawing the next 12 months and beyond will present uncertain and potentially challenging times, but businesses who are themselves able to ensure they have trustworthy, capable and confident leaders in place will be able to navigate this uncertainty and even thrive.

  


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#Leadership A Balanced Scorecard for Leaders

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The prevailing logic is that leaders are responsible for results. Therefore we should evaluate leaders as follows:

Good results = good leader
Average results = average leader
Bad results = bad leader
Simple and straightforward.

But not very accurate.

Good leaders will sometimes fail.

Bad leaders do sometimes succeed.

So why does this belief persist?

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David Hain's curator insight, March 21, 6:16 AM

"One-dimensional focus produces one-dimensional leaders" ~ Scott Mabry, aka @soul2work

Ron McIntyre's curator insight, March 21, 2:24 PM

Balanced scorecards can be good if they are flexible enough to handle business today.  Most are not.

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#Leadership Humility: The Acceptance of Our Flawed Self

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What Humility Teaches Us

“I am not perfect.” – I’m not perfect, I’ve made mistakes in the past and I will make mistakes in the future. There will always be some things I want to change about myself. I’m a never-ending project.
“I don’t know everything.” – I’m not as smart as I think I am. I often overestimate how much I know about a particular subject, and it’s important for me to accept the wisdom of ignorance.

“My feelings don’t always serve me.” – When I accept my “flawed self,” I accept that sometimes I need to fight against my natural desires and impulses when they don’t serve my best interests. My emotions can sometimes misguide me.

“I accept my weaknesses.” – Like everyone else, I have both strengths and weaknesses. By ignoring my weaknesses, I only make myself more susceptible to give into them and repeat them. I need to accept my weaknesses before I can begin working on them.



“It’s okay to seek help outside myself.” – When I accept my flaws and limitations, I recognize that sometimes I need to seek help outside of myself to get past difficult times in my life. I shouldn’t feel ashamed when I need to ask other people for help or assistance.

“I don’t need to prove myself all the time.” – When I cultivate humility, I’m less motivated to “prove myself” to others all the time. Instead I’m comfortable accepting my flaws and weaknesses, because I understand they are part of being human.

“I play a small role in a much bigger picture.” – Life is bigger than just “me.” My life is a product of many years of evolution, culture, relationships, and tradition. To live my life fully means I acknowledge that I play a small role in a much bigger picture.

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#Leadership 6 Ways To Become A Better Listener 

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Ever zone out while someone is talking? Of course. We all do. The average human has an eight-second attention span. With electronic distractions competing for your time and an abundance of responsibilities at work, it makes listening attentively to someone else speak pretty difficult.

“We are living in a time when it’s more challenging to be consistently aware and intentional because so many things are demanding our attention. Our brains haven’t caught up to the technology that’s feeding them,” says Scott Eblin, author of Overworked and Overwhelmed: The Mindfulness Alternative. “The impact of this leaves people in a chronic condition of fight or flight.”


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, March 19, 7:23 PM

Humans have an average eight-second attention span. You’re going to need to do better if you want to get things done.

donhornsby's curator insight, March 20, 9:01 AM
We all require self-focus, but leaders who make a difference are the ones who know the purpose is bigger than themselves, says Gregersen. “When a leader is operating on the edge of what’s possible, they’re in strong listening mode,” he says.
 
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11 #Leadership Guidelines for the Digital Age

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Ten years ago, when we would ask senior executives or company directors what “digital” meant to them, their response would usually be something related to social media. Today, it might be apps, Big Data, 3D printing, “the cloud” or another current example of digital technology. All such answers are equally correct – and equally in error. More important than the specific innovations introduced by the digital revolution is their earth-shaking cumulative impact on business and on organisations. There is no border anymore between the pre- and post-digital worlds. Digital is business and business is digital.

Yet, top corporate leaders are not taking charge of digitalising their organisations, as was made clear to us by a survey we conducted in 2016 – to which 1,160 managers, executives and board directors responded – that developed into a report available for free online. We discovered that most board members lack the knowledge and awareness necessary to lead a digital transformation.


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A few clips (et leur traduction libre)

"Digital advantage resides largely in the opportunity to customise not only products and services but also organisational strategy and structure" - on ne peut pas juste améliorer nos services; on doit ajuster nos stratégies et notre structure organisationnelle.

"The digital revolution is indeed cultural, not merely technological." - La transformation digitale est d'abord une question de culture organisationnelle.

"Digitalisation demands a greater level of collaboration." - On doit implanter une culture de collaboration au sein des organisations...

"Digitalisation is about continuous management of change" - Développer notre capacité à constamment s'adapter au changement.

Not so easy for organisation ...  Pas facile pour les organisations ...
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#Leadership Rome wasn’t built in a day – and neither is a good leader! 

#Leadership Rome wasn’t built in a day – and neither is a good leader!  | Only Leadership and management, sólo Liderazgo | Scoop.it

A piece of research in the 90s asked successful senior leaders in a range of different organisations where they thought they had got their skills and knowledge from. Their response looked roughly like this:

10% came from training and development programmes and structured courses
20% came from one-to-one conversations, with colleagues and through coaching or mentoring
70% came from just doing the job and learning on the go (best when the assignments are challenging rather than repetitive)
Morgan McCall and his colleagues working at the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) are usually credited with originating this 70:20:10 ratio – two of his colleagues, Lombardo and Eichinger, referred to McCall’s study in their 1996 book 'The Career Architect Development Planner'.


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#Leadership Boss or Leader - Which One Are You? - People Development Network

#Leadership Boss or Leader - Which One Are You? - People Development Network | Only Leadership and management, sólo Liderazgo | Scoop.it
At first glance, it may seem that being a boss or manager is the same thing as being a leader. You might say that all three of those words are synonymous

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#Liderazgo Los 7 hábitos de los líderes ineficaces

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por Isabel Carrasco - En la edición del 11 de noviembre de CNN Thinking Business, Jack Zenger y Joe Folkman, expertos en desarrollo de liderazgo y autores de
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#Leadership Three Steps To Building the Leader You Need

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These three steps can be used in order to develop leaders perfect for your organization’s goals.

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donhornsby's curator insight, March 17, 10:07 AM
How can you build an environment of creative leadership? Educator George Couros tells us, “One of the best ways to derive fulfillment as an employee is to work on projects you initiate.” Environments that allow employees to be creative and follow passions are open to new ideas and accepting of out-of-the-box thinking. They encourage and reward colleagues who consider new approaches and offer unique and exciting plans. More importantly, they make taking such risks a safe and expected behavior. Organizations that build leaders encourage employees to share their wildest ideas and their most practical. The only failure is the person who contributes nothing at all.
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#Liderazgo 7 Preguntas Necesarias Antes de Liderar el Cambio

#Liderazgo 7 Preguntas Necesarias Antes de Liderar el Cambio | Only Leadership and management, sólo Liderazgo | Scoop.it
Dan Cable, profesor de comportamiento organizacional en London Business School,  en el boletín del 7 de marzo de London Business School Review, del pasado 7 de marzo, recomienda que, antes de abord…
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