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Delving Into Leadership Development Programs | Leading From the Library - Library Journal

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Delving Into Leadership Development Programs | Leading From the Library Library Journal Steven Bell When we find ourselves in leadership positions, but also find that we lack some essential skills or would like to build upon our existing knowledge,...

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Bobby Kiger's curator insight, October 1, 2015 10:13 AM

What is interesting about this article is that while it discusses the point of view from a librarian, it is important for us to be in groups based on our professions, titles, and subjects.  


As administrators, we need to make sure that our teachers are constantly learning how to do what they do better.  PD is a very important role in our schools and we need to take it seriously.

Jillian Schaibly's curator insight, July 17, 9:45 PM
This article discusses hiring leadership positions and how the people applying for those positions are lacking the skills needed. So how do we make sure our leaders have the skills needed?As administrators, we need to make sure that our teachers are constantly learning how to do what they do better. PD is a very important role in our schools and we need to take it seriously.
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Four Hard Truths about Self #Leadership

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I can’t get what I need. My boss doesn’t understand me. My organization’s systems don’t work. I don’t have the resources I need. My job doesn’t take advantage of my strengths. No one appreciates me. My boss micromanages me. There’s no room for me to grow. They don’t understand how much I could be contributing if only they’d give me a chance.

If you’re human, I imagine you’ve thought or invoked one of these statements. I know I have.

Even though we may be able to justify these types of statements, they often reflect our own assumed constraints: beliefs that allow us to escape personal accountability and fall victim to circumstances or the actions of others. In the new Self Leadership program I co-created with Ken Blanchard and Laurence Hawkins, we teach that self leadership is about having the mindset and skillset to accept responsibility and take initiative.

While it is wonderful to learn how to ask for the direction and support you need to be successful in your role, it’s also important to remember that when something goes wrong, there’s no one else to blame.


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donhornsby's curator insight, August 17, 4:21 PM
The responsibility for your success at work falls to you. The good news is that you have a choice. Is developing the mindset and skillset required to be a self leader worth your effort? Yes! A not-so-hard truth: the benefits of self leadership are as good for you as they are for your organization.
 
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#Leadership 14 CEOs reveal the No. 1 job skill they look for in employees  

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There's no shortage of career advice out there and everyone from your favorite self help gurus to your least favorite in-law thinks they're an expert on the subject. Good advice — useful, nuanced, and proven — is harder to come by. After all, it's tough to suss out what employers value in their workforce, or their applicant pool, without asking them directly. So we decided to do just that. Below, 14 CEOs reveal the skill they're most excited to see in an employee these days. Take note: Some of these will help you stand out at your current gig; others will give you an edge when you go to look for your next one.

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donhornsby's curator insight, August 16, 7:25 AM
Mike Whitaker, tech CEO, author of "The Decision Makeover": "The skill of adapting to what is changing , right now, preserves and drives a career. A career professional with the mindset of remaining adaptive expects the workplace and the customer to change tomorrow. So when the change occurs, they're already prepared. Those are the people I want working for me."
 
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#Leadership Takes Self-Control. Here’s What We Know About It

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Leadership Takes Self-Control. Here’s What We Know About It

 

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donhornsby's curator insight, August 16, 7:41 AM
Ultimately, the keys to avoiding self-control failures are to 1) allow the body to rest and restore self-control, 2) reexamine existing organizational policies that might inadvertently reduce employees’ self-control, and 3) create a culture that deters negative behaviors in moments of reduced self-control.
 
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#Liderazgo Diez hábitos de los gerentes incompetentes

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Ten habits of incompetent managers por Mario López de Avila Margaret Heffernan es una emprendedora que [según sus propias declaraciones] se convirtió en autora de libros de management porque nada d…
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#Leadership Teams at the Top

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Most organizations have executive or senior leadership teams comprised of the CEO, COO, and functional and business unit heads. The members of these 6-20 person teams are generally responsible for determining organizational strategy and structure; setting performance targets and budgets; making policy; and managing the business. Top teams often determine the fate of organizations and their unique problems merit additional comment.

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#Leadership What Sort of Leader are You? 

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Use this quiz to discover which leadership styles you use and which may need further development.

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What 275 Executives Said About Change-Capable #Leadership

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Change-Capable Leadership is about how to forge a common direction around change, and how to align people and resources toward the new direction.

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Ron McIntyre's curator insight, August 10, 11:42 AM

What do you think?

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#Leadership Coaching: Engaging Alpha Stars In Creating New Galaxies

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Why is it that despite having high achievers with the skills needed to succeed, many organisations still experience bottlenecks?

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Ron McIntyre's curator insight, August 10, 11:41 AM

What do you thiink?

 

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Re-Learning the #Leadership Styles

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Re-Learning the Leadership Styles https://www.thecareermuse.co.in/re-learning-leadership-styles/ Here are 8 different leadership styles. Read them through to understand which one fits perfect t

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Ron McIntyre's curator insight, August 10, 11:43 AM

While I am all for reinvention, there are no simple answers or methods.

 

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#Liderazgo 5 preguntas comunes que un líder nunca debe preguntar ante un problema

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Warren Berger, experto en innovación en las organizaciones y autor entre otros libros de “A More Beautiful Question: The Power of Inquiry to Spark Breakthrough
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Why leaders can’t ignore emotional intelligence as a key to corporate success

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While IQ and technical skills will get you on the ladder, it’s emotional intelligence that takes you to the top. Here’s how and why you should develop these essential skills. 


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#Liderazgo Nuestra planificación de acciones y nuestros cambios de hábitos.

#Liderazgo Nuestra planificación de acciones y nuestros cambios de hábitos. | Only Leadership and management, sólo Liderazgo | Scoop.it
Nuestra planificación de acciones y nuestros cambios de hábitos.
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Authenticity is key to unlocking #leadership success

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French anthropologist Claude Levi-Strauss said: “The wise man doesn’t give the right answers, he poses the right questions.” Authentic leaders recognise their limitations and accept they don’t have all the answers.


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#Liderazgo Los 10 principios del management según Lyndall Urwick.

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Los 10 principios del management según Lyndall Urwick

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Manuel Gross's curator insight, August 15, 7:05 PM
Por José Hidalgo Solís. Lyndall Urwick ha aportado de forma considerable al desarrollo académico de la gestión empresarial. Fue reconocido como un prestigioso consultor y filósofo del management.
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#Leadership What Some Leaders Don't Want To Hear About Culture

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As a leader, if you don’t like the culture that exists in your organization, you must understand your role in it, and your ability to address it.
 

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donhornsby's curator insight, August 16, 7:32 AM
The reality is leadership defines culture. People look to the leadership for their role models, for guides on how to behave. This goes for everything accountability, punctuality, sexual discrimination, etc., etc., if the boss practices these then the rest of the team will feel comfortable to follow suit. The leader sets the tone for whats acceptable. This is true for both positive traits as well as the negative traits mentioned above.
 
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#Leadership 7 Essential Tips for Effective 1 on 1 meetings with Your Manager

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Effective 1 on 1 meetings can seem like an albino peacock at some companies: rarely seen, but potentially awesome.


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donhornsby's curator insight, August 17, 4:24 PM
It’s not your manager’s fault if you have nothing to talk about in your 1 on 1 meeting. In fact, every time you come to your meeting with nothing to discuss, it makes them dread their 1 on 1 meeting with you a little more. It also gives them another reason to want to cancel, or fill the time with status updates. No one likes pulling teeth, and it can be excruciating to try to draw everything out of you. This is why it’s important for you to think about what you want to talk about. Don’t make your answer to, “what do you want to talk about?” a blank stare.
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#Leadership Avoiding the feedback monsters

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Having a workplace environment in which feedback is given and received productively is critical to performance, but it can be difficult to cultivate that culture. Here's how behavioral tactics can help managers avoid missteps and deliver more effective feedback.

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#Leadership How To Blow Your Boss's Mind

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We all want to get ahead. Still, even when it seems you’re doing everything right—you’re never late to work, rarely take a sick day, and always meet deadlines—promotions can be few and far between.

You’re putting the work in, so why aren’t you getting rewarded? The answer is simple: you don’t get promoted for fulfilling your boss’s expectations.

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#Leadership The Icarus Syndrome: 3 Warning Signs Every Leader Should See Predictable Success

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Call it the Icarus Syndrome: A once high-flying business leader finds they can't get a break - at least not until their board hands them an enforced break, by way of a firing or a sabbatical. How can it be that so many previously stellar CEOs suddenly can't deliver the goods? Is it the rest of the world (or the rest of their organization) that is suddenly out of step? More often than not

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Ron McIntyre's curator insight, August 10, 11:38 AM

Some interesting thoughts worth discussing!

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#Leadership and Change for the Health Professional

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<p><em>Leadership and Change for the Health Professional</em> will provide health professionals with the latest thinking on leadership theory and research. It highlights the issues that can block successful healthcare leadership initiatives, and explores

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Ron McIntyre's curator insight, August 10, 11:42 AM

Interesting thoughts!

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#Leadership The Five Characteristics Of Fear-Based Leaders

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You've probably heard the term "fear-based manager," but what does it mean -- and how can you spot a fear-based manager before you end up working for one? Liz Ryan explains!

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Ron McIntyre's curator insight, August 11, 1:47 PM

This article is 2 years old yet we are seeing many manifestations in government as well as businesses today.

Bay Jordan's curator insight, August 13, 4:40 AM
A couple of years old, but nevertheless an extremely relevant article today. Fear tends to paralyse thinking and is certainly constraining political and economic thought today. Just ask yourself, "How much of my decision making is shaped by fear?"  
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La odisea de Shackleton: 7 claves del #liderazgo heroico.

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La odisea de Shackleton: 7 claves del liderazgo heroico

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Manuel Gross's curator insight, August 16, 7:05 PM
Por Emilio Moraleda. En tiempos adversos los buenos líderes y sus equipos siempre sobreviven y se hacen más fuertes. El líder de verdad crece con la adversidad, no se arruga y trabaja sin descanso para que su equipo no se arrugue tampoco.
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#Liderazgo ¿Qué debe saber un líder de proyectos sobre los juicios

#Liderazgo ¿Qué debe saber un líder de proyectos sobre los juicios | Only Leadership and management, sólo Liderazgo | Scoop.it
Blog sobre gestión de proyectos

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#Leadership The Portable Leader Is the New “Organization Man”

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Today’s best talent development programs promise transformation, not just skills.

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#Leadership The Five Steps All Leaders Must Take in the Age of Uncertainty

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Leaders must move beyond managing their own firms to become active influencers within broader systems.
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