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Leaders vs. Managers: 17 Traits That Set Them Apart [Infographic]

Leaders vs. Managers: 17 Traits That Set Them Apart [Infographic] | Only Leadership and management, sólo Liderazgo | Scoop.it
Not all great leaders are great managers and not all great managers are great leaders. So what sets them apart? Check out this infographic for a comparison.

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John Lasschuit ®™'s curator insight, April 21, 3:35 AM

Nice infographic about the differences between managers and leaders.

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Critical thinking skills are more important than IQ for making good decisions in life

Critical thinking skills are more important than IQ for making good decisions in life | Only Leadership and management, sólo Liderazgo | Scoop.it
To lead a good life, we need to make good decisions: manage our health and financial affairs, invest in appropriate relationships, and avoid serious lapses like falling for online scams. What equips us to do this? One candidate is IQ: after all, people who score higher on intelligence tests tend to go on to do better academically and in their careers. But many of us know intellectual titans who still make grave errors of judgment in their lives. Book-smart doesn’t necessarily make you life-smart, and a new article in the journal Thinking Skills and Creativity examines the utility of IQ in navigating existence, and how another mental ability may put it in the shade.

Whereas IQ is – crudely speaking – a measure of the mental horsepower we have for handling abstract content, some researchers say that “critical thinking” – the ability to make judgments dispassionately without jumping to false conclusions – is a separate ability. To find out if critical thinking ability might be important for real-life outcomes, perhaps even more than IQ, Heather Butler of California State University and her colleagues asked 244 participants – a mix of students and adults recruited online – to complete tests, of their IQ and critical thinking skills.


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David Hain's curator insight, July 28, 6:44 AM

More evidence that just being bright doesn't't fully cut the mustard for success. And critical thinking skills can be taught and developed!

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How the Science of Well-Being is Evolving

How the Science of Well-Being is Evolving | Only Leadership and management, sólo Liderazgo | Scoop.it
The field of positive psychology was born when researchers noticed that psychology was awfully negative—focusing on illness and suffering but mute on the topic of how to thrive and flourish.

Two decades later, you could say that positive psychology is moving past this dichotomy of positive and negative, toward a more nuanced perspective on the good life. At least, that was one of the themes at the International Positive Psychology Association’s 5th World Congress, a four-day conference held earlier this month that brought together more than 1,300 researchers, practitioners, students, and journalists in Montreal, Canada.

Researchers shared the complexities and complications they were uncovering about the elements of well-being, from gratitude and mindfulness to passion and grit. Here are some of their insights.

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David Hain's curator insight, July 27, 6:33 AM

Insights from the latest wellbeing research. It's not as simple as following god/bad buzzwords!

Sandeep Gautam's curator insight, July 27, 6:54 AM
PP 2.0 is more nuanced
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#Leadership 4 Practices That Will Make You a More Powerful & Trusted Leader

#Leadership 4 Practices That Will Make You a More Powerful & Trusted Leader | Only Leadership and management, sólo Liderazgo | Scoop.it

Power. The word itself evokes a reaction. What thoughts or feelings do you have when you think of power? Perhaps you picture an organizational chart where the boxes at the top are imbued with more power than those below. Maybe you imagine an iron fist, representative of a person who rules over others with absolute authority. Or perhaps the word power conjures up feelings of nervousness, anxiety, or fear, based on negative experiences you’ve had in the past. On the flip side, maybe the word power emboldens you with excitement, energy, or drive to exert your influence on people and circumstances in your life.

Power is a dynamic present in all of our relationships and it’s one we need to properly manage to help our relationships develop to their fullest potential. In and of itself, power is amoral; it’s neither good or bad. The way we use power is what determines its value.

But what is power? How do we get it? And once we have it, how do we keep it?


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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, July 28, 2:15 PM
The four are empathy, giving, expressing gratitude, and unifying stories. It sounds a lot like servant-leadership.
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Educational #Leadership: Gearing Up for Change [FREE ISSUE]

Educational #Leadership: Gearing Up for Change [FREE ISSUE] | Only Leadership and management, sólo Liderazgo | Scoop.it

The June issue of Educational Leadership is available online for free. Click on the headline or the image to view it for free. A rare opportunity to access a dozen timely, thoughtful, and practical articles. -JL


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#Leadership Managing mojo

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Another common mistake that Dr Goldsmith observes in leaders is the penchant for "adding too much value". Or, put another way, the bad habit of wanting to add one's two cents worth in every discussion.

"For example, a young, smart and enthusiastic worker comes up to you with an idea. You think it's great. Instead of saying it's a great idea and leaving it at that, your natural tendency is to say - why not add this or change this instead?" he says.

While it may seem to be better for all parties if ideas are improved upon, Dr Goldsmith says it is not always the case.

He explains that the problem with this is that the quality of the idea may go up by 5 per cent, but the commitment of the young worker to execute it will go down by 50 per cent. That's because it is no longer the young man's idea, but the leader's.

"We get so wrapped up trying to improve the quality this much, but we damage the commitment even more," says Dr Goldsmith.

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David Hain's curator insight, July 27, 6:27 AM

Interview wisdom from the coaches' coach!

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#Leadership The power of perspective-taking  

#Leadership The power of perspective-taking   | Only Leadership and management, sólo Liderazgo | Scoop.it

Successful leadership requires you to navigate your way through all sorts of choppy organisational waters. You have to figure out what drives your customers and employees, negotiate with clients and suppliers, manage diversity and resolve conflicts – all in a day’s work

Learning to see situations from other perspectives can help with all of these challenges, says Gillian Ku, Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour at London Business School (LBS). Her research on perspective-taking – “the active cognitive process of imagining the world from another’s vantage point” – suggests many potential benefits for managers and leaders. 


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#Liderazgo definitivo: 4 pilares y 18 competencias básicas del líder.

#Liderazgo definitivo: 4 pilares y 18 competencias básicas del líder. | Only Leadership and management, sólo Liderazgo | Scoop.it
Liderazgo definitivo: 4 pilares y 18 competencias básicas del líder

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Manuel Gross's curator insight, July 26, 12:13 PM
Por Isabel Carrasco. El liderazgo es el timón de una sociedad que tiene éxito, ya que, como cualquier organización, la sociedad se hundiría si no existiesen los líderes, especialmente los sabios.
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#Liderazgo Evitemos la lideratitis

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por José Enebral Hay importantes —valiosos— mensajes que hacer llegar a los directivos en conferencias, libros, seminarios y másteres, relacionados con la excelencia funcional y la competitividad d…

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#Liderazgo ¡¡Todos gallinas o todos cerdos!! por @SherpaPersonal

#Liderazgo ¡¡Todos gallinas o todos cerdos!! por @SherpaPersonal | Only Leadership and management, sólo Liderazgo | Scoop.it
“Si todo el mundo está avanzando junto, entonces el éxito se encarga de sí mismo” decía Henry Ford. “O todos cerdos o todos gallinas, pero no los juntemos, porque no saldrá bueno de ahí”. Es la frase que últimamente me gusta decir, cuando me preguntan: ¿Qué es lo que hace un equipo salga fortalecido y…
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#Leadership The CEO’s guide to competing through HR 

#Leadership The CEO’s guide to competing through HR  | Only Leadership and management, sólo Liderazgo | Scoop.it

We believe the time is right to accelerate the reinvention of HR as a hard-edged function capable of understanding the drivers of strategy and deploying talent in support of it—most importantly as a result of the availability of new technological tools that unleash the power of data analytics.

To advance the agenda, we believe businesses need to concentrate on four things: rethinking the role of business partner to enable a better understanding of the vital link with strategy, using people analytics to identify the talent actions that will drive the value, fixing HR operations so they are not a distraction from HR’s higher mission, and focusing HR resources in more agile ways so as to support these fresh priorities. Companies that take these steps will move toward a next generation of HR that’s data driven, not experience driven; systematic, not ad hoc; and consistent, not hit and miss.


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David Hain's curator insight, July 26, 7:31 AM

McKinsey on potential  re-influencing of HR through cultivating a big data enabled strategic edge.

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#Liderazgo La creatividad del gerente moderno: Obstáculos y capacidades.

#Liderazgo La creatividad del gerente moderno: Obstáculos y capacidades. | Only Leadership and management, sólo Liderazgo | Scoop.it
La creatividad del gerente moderno: Obstáculos y capacidades

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Manuel Gross's curator insight, July 25, 12:53 PM
Por Alejandro Schnarch. Los administradores son los que hacen las cosas bien. Los gerentes son los que hacen lo que está bien. El administrador evalúa actividades, busca la eficiencia. Un gerente persigue objetivos, busca la efectividad.
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What Today's Workforce Wants from Leaders: Five Key Findings from #Leadership Survey

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Leadership has changed tremendously in the workplace over the last few years. Find out the key changes and download an infographic from our leadership survey.

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#Liderazgo El proceso de delegación inversa.

#Liderazgo El proceso de delegación inversa. | Only Leadership and management, sólo Liderazgo | Scoop.it
Por Gabriela Herrera Martínez. - O cómo dejar de ser el líder, convertirse en "jefe odiado" y terminar haciendo solo, todo el trabajo del grupo. Como buen

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#Liderazgo ¿Por qué los Grandes Líderes Inspiran la Acción?

#Liderazgo ¿Por qué los Grandes Líderes Inspiran la Acción? | Only Leadership and management, sólo Liderazgo | Scoop.it
Por Enrique Hernández - Los grandes líderes inspiran la acción, a menudo cuando la gente habla sobre liderazgo, mantiene en su mente el concepto de una persona
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#Leadership It’s ok for leaders to have a sense of humour

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But only if it's not at the expense of others: It's better for the team if you laugh at yourself, write Kai Chi (Sam) Yam and Jenson Lau


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Business #Leadership Isn't Just About How They Lead the Business

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Is something fundamentally or inherently wrong, deficient, or even derelict about the people who hold top positions in certain organizations? Or is the ever spreading “leadership crisis” really just a function of how leaders are selected, developed and rewarded? We take the position that it is the latter.

The systems that many organizations use to select, develop, and reward top leaders all are based on their behavior and their business accomplishments. At the same time, these systems overlook the essence of leadership and leaders’ impact on people and the culture of their organizations, which is why they inadvertently promote and reinforce behaviors later deemed as “bad” rather than those that enable organizations to be resilient and effective over the long-term.


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#Leadership 7 Ways a Periodic Paradigm Shift Will Make You a Better Leader

#Leadership 7 Ways a Periodic Paradigm Shift Will Make You a Better Leader | Only Leadership and management, sólo Liderazgo | Scoop.it
Go somewhere.

You will be uncomfortable.

You will need help.

You don’t have a title.

And you don’t make the plans.

Do something.

You’ve never done before.

With people that you don’t know.

In a place that you’ve never been.

For a very different purpose.

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David Hain's curator insight, July 27, 6:30 AM

It's not so hard to get out of your comfort zone -if you want to. Great piece on the benefits form Scott Mabry!

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I like all seven reasons and witness the best leaders always doing things that takes them out of their comfort zone
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#Liderazgo Escasez de líderes: 20 ideas para mejorar | by @davidreyero73 

#Liderazgo Escasez de líderes: 20 ideas para mejorar | by @davidreyero73  | Only Leadership and management, sólo Liderazgo | Scoop.it
Escasez de líderes: 20 ideas para mejorar

El liderazgo sigue siendo un asunto fundamental como ventaja competitiva para el éxito de empresas y sociedades en estos tiempos de transformación y turbulencias.

Escribir sobre este tema puede resultar “repetitivo” por lo mucho que ya se ha escrito y reflexionado. Sin embargo se mantienen dos factores que me resultan paradójicos:

seguimos teniendo a nivel mundial una preocupante falta de líderes transformadores y con impacto en los tres sectores (administración, empresas y ONGs) para afrontar con garantías los retos del S. XXI
predomina todavía un visión técnica y racional del liderazgo cuando existen ya muchas evidencias que demuestran que el liderazgo más efectivo integra elementos emocionales y de autoconocimiento profundo para inspirar y lograr impacto estratégico.
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“Both/And” #Leadership

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Don’t worry so much about being consistent.

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Begoña Pabón's curator insight, July 26, 12:33 PM
La tarea de un buen lider es mantener "un equilibrio dinamico" en sus organizaciones y lidiar con las supuestas paradojas que su posicion implica.
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Los fundamentos de la Teoría del #Liderazgo Transaccional de Hollander.

Los fundamentos de la Teoría del #Liderazgo Transaccional de Hollander. | Only Leadership and management, sólo Liderazgo | Scoop.it
Dedicado a divulgar los mejores conocimientos y prácticas de administración de las organizaciones y empresas.

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#Leadership Resilience. It’s not about hardening up! - IML

#Leadership Resilience. It’s not about hardening up! - IML | Only Leadership and management, sólo Liderazgo | Scoop.it
Resilience matters. In fact, it’s become pretty much the No.1 topic in management and leadership circles. We’re all supposed to be made of Teflon. We’re supposed to be able to cope with the crap that the world (and the world of work) chucks at us. And if we can’t cope we’re supposed to pop off to the hot yoga studio to sweat it out. Or colour-in a complex series of geomantic shapes in super bright fluoro colours. Mindfulness has become the talk of the town and the chief chatter in the office.

However, I can’t help but think that all this is missing the mark when it comes to resilience.

Gradually, the increased interest in resilience as a construct in recent years has seemed to shift the focus away from poor behaviour and poor culture and onto the victim of the poor behaviour and poor culture.

The rise of resilience is all too frequently leading to something sinister and something that needs rejecting out of hand; victim blaming.

Instead of the focus being on the poor manager or on the terrible culture and on the toll that these things take on those who experience them, it’s now much more frequently on the way that the staff can learn to cope with these ‘things’. It’s as if the answer to working for a bully or working in a culture that is less than ideal is to pop off at lunchtime to do some Tai Chi in the local park. And breathe. You’ll feel better equipped to cope with your bullying boss in the afternoon.

It’s nonsense.

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David Hain's curator insight, July 26, 6:35 AM

Wise words on resilience, and why it's not all about "Suck it up!"

Ron McIntyre's curator insight, July 26, 1:35 PM

Some great insights.  Will you listen?

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#Leadership What is change management? 

#Leadership What is change management?  | Only Leadership and management, sólo Liderazgo | Scoop.it

Huh? What is change management?

It’s a question that those of us in the field get a lot. And having heard a few people try and answer the question, gee whiz it gets complicated.
Here’s the simple break down.


You know how people generally don’t like change?

And you know how businesses like to change things a lot?

Change management is the practice of helping people like the changes a lot more than they normally might.


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David Hain's curator insight, July 26, 6:42 AM

Change management - simple concept often forgotten in complicated definitions and complex arrangements. here's a pretty good definition...

 

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A Menos Jerarquía, Más Responsabilidad, por @jmbolivar

A Menos Jerarquía, Más Responsabilidad, por @jmbolivar | Only Leadership and management, sólo Liderazgo | Scoop.it
Por José Miguel Bolívar El trabajo del conocimiento requiere tanto de la autonomía como de la responsabilidad Peter Drucker Uno de los principales obstáculos al que se enfrentan actualmente las org…

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#Leadership – the courage to change practice

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Meeting a target is one thing, but achieving it while also reaching the goal of equity and excellence requires school leaders to be courageous.

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#Leadership How to lead through uncertainty

#Leadership How to lead through uncertainty | Only Leadership and management, sólo Liderazgo | Scoop.it

All leaders, regardless of sector, are facing unprecedented levels of disruption and uncertainty about the future


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