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Success in a Connected World - nice model from Ross Dawson

Success in a Connected World - nice model from Ross Dawson | Success Leadership | Scoop.it

Via Maria João, Deborah Arnold, Gurmeetsingh Mehtab, David Hain
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Great Leadership: Walk the Talk: Four Tips to be an Extraordinary Leader

Great Leadership: Walk the Talk: Four Tips to be an Extraordinary Leader | Success Leadership | Scoop.it

It’s common knowledge that there are two kinds of leaders, those who speak and those who do. Those who speak are referred to as “vocal leaders,” and those who do are referred to as “servant leaders,” though the title of the latter is frequently off-putting to business leaders of self-proclaimed high stature!

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Vanguard Leadership (or The Importance of Being our own Best Friend)

Vanguard Leadership (or The Importance of Being our own Best Friend) | Success Leadership | Scoop.it
Is there room in the world for a CEO who wears their heart on their sleeve?

 

Absolutely, undoubtedly, unequivocally, yes!  Such a leader is a vanguard leader. 

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Strategy is About Choice - LDRLB

Strategy is About Choice - LDRLB | Success Leadership | Scoop.it

Every year a stream of nameless, faceless executives withdraw from their offices and gather somewhere offsite as part of a long-standing corporate ritual called “strategic planning.”

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Feel How to Keep Culture on Track | Driving Results Through Culture

Feel How to Keep Culture on Track | Driving Results Through Culture | Success Leadership | Scoop.it

Managing your team or organization’s culture is also more art than science. Vital culture elements – clear performance expectations, clear values standards, and accountability for both – don’t make a team’s culture perfect.

 To ensure your culture is serving your organization, customers, and employees equally well, you must learn to “feel” the subtle shifts that provide clues about how your culture is operating.

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100 Reasons Why You Don't Get Your Best Ideas at Work

100 Reasons Why You Don't Get Your Best Ideas at Work | Success Leadership | Scoop.it
Since 1986, I've asked more than 10,000 people where and when they get their best ideas. Less than 2% have said "the workplace." Based on my 25 years of working with a ton of innovation-seeking organizations, here's my take on why.
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Get Started with Big Data: Tie Strategy to Performance

Get Started with Big Data: Tie Strategy to Performance | Success Leadership | Scoop.it
Large-scale data gathering and analytics are quickly becoming a new frontier of competitive differentiation.
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Rare Wisdom from Citrix CEO Mark Templeton about Hiearchy and Respect - Bob Sutton

Rare Wisdom from Citrix CEO Mark Templeton about Hiearchy and Respect - Bob Sutton | Success Leadership | Scoop.it

"You have to make sure you never confuse the hierarchy that you need for managing complexity with the respect that people deserve..."

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Corporate Instinct: Advice for Change Agents from an all-time Master

Corporate Instinct: Advice for Change Agents from an all-time Master | Success Leadership | Scoop.it

Ghandi's Top 10 Fundamentals for Changing the World...

 

... A solid foundation to any change programme!

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Ten Ways to Get People to Change

Ten Ways to Get People to Change | Success Leadership | Scoop.it

Change doesn't  occur by magic, and if you want someone to change their behaviour, you need to adopt an effective approach that will encourage them to make the changes required.

 

The challenge for business owners and managers seeking to change the behavious of individuals or teams, is to ensure that you have many levers that you can pull, to ensure that the required outcome is achieved.

 

This excellent article, identifies 10 such levers, and suggests that leaders need to use them all to achieve lasting behavioural change.


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Are You a Character-Based Leader? - Forbes

Are You a Character-Based Leader? - Forbes | Success Leadership | Scoop.it
Here are my top five attributes that define character-based leaders (with some wishes for those who seek to lead!):
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Five Ways AT&T Will Engage Employees to Do One Thing

Five Ways AT&T Will Engage Employees to Do One Thing | Success Leadership | Scoop.it
Do One Thing, or DOT, is an invitation to employees to think about their daily actions and pick one change they can make that will have a positive impact on themselves, their community and/or the company.

 

But the real beauty of DOT is its ability to create culture change. After all, once you start engaging your employees to change behaviors, they will push the company to do the same.

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To Investigate Culture, Ask the Right Questions

To Investigate Culture, Ask the Right Questions | Success Leadership | Scoop.it

Considering jioning a new orgasnisation? find out about culture before you commit!

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Seven Keys to More Effectively Leading Teams

Seven Keys to More Effectively Leading Teams | Success Leadership | Scoop.it
Want to lead teams more effectively and confidently? Start with these tips.
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Building Engaged Teams with Power of Appreciation

Building Engaged Teams with Power of Appreciation | Success Leadership | Scoop.it

Appreciation is a fuel that helps others move forward in direction of their goals, yet we often see that managers take others/their work for granted thinking, “So what if they’re doing it – they’re paid to do just that.” 

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10 Barriers to Great Leadership

10 Barriers to Great Leadership | Success Leadership | Scoop.it
Any growth process includes the inevitable stumbling blocks. Leadership growth is no different.
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Horizon Point Consulting: A Performance Development Tool for Servant Leaders

One thing that all leaders may find difficult is developing poor performers. Whether you are dealing with great or poor performers, you should establish development plans with each of your people. 

Beginning a performance development conversation may be difficult, especially with poor performers, so here is tool to use to start the conversation:

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10 Proven Ways to Run Great Meetings

10 Proven Ways to Run Great Meetings | Success Leadership | Scoop.it

Poorly run meetings are like garbage strewn along the organizational highway. Useful meetings are like the Sumatran Tiger, powerful but nearly extinct.

 

Great organizations have great meetings.

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How Leaders Build Employee Loyalty Under The Most Trying Times | TanveerNaseer.com

Lack of loyalty is a serious problem in organizations everywhere today. No longer do people join a company and devote the rest of their working lives to it.
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Excel at What Does Not Come Naturally: 7 Ways to Lead Better

Excel at What Does Not Come Naturally: 7 Ways to Lead Better | Success Leadership | Scoop.it
It may seem counterintuitive, but you don't want to only lead through your natural strengths. Here's why and what you can do about it.
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What makes a great leader? Learning from Europe’s Ryder Cup winning team - Investors in People Blog

What makes a great leader? Learning from Europe’s Ryder Cup winning team - Investors in People Blog | Success Leadership | Scoop.it
This weekend saw the near impossible happen. Golf fans glued to the television, saw Jose Maria Olazabal lead Europe to a stunning comeback victory over the USA. Experts on both sides of the Atlantic had dismissed any notion of European success, so what was the secret? And what can we learn from Jose and his team to improve our own organisation’s performance?
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The Idea-driven Workforce: Finding New Ways to Engage Employees in Innovation

The ability to generate, assess and rapidly deploy new ideas in any economic cycle -- a notion of sustainable innovation -- has become a critical capability in today’s environment.
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7 signs of a dysfunctional boss

7 signs of a dysfunctional boss | Success Leadership | Scoop.it
Leadership dysfunction is more common than you think -- and it's not always a bad thing...
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Leading Blog: A Leadership Blog: First Look: Leadership Books for October 2012

Leading Blog: A Leadership Blog: First Look: Leadership Books for October 2012 | Success Leadership | Scoop.it


Here's a look at some of the best leadership books to be released in October.

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Driver Leaders' Success: 3 Threats to Remove | Kate Nasser

Driver Leaders' Success: 3 Threats to Remove | Kate Nasser | Success Leadership | Scoop.it
Driver type leaders deliver success yet can leave a bad impression. Here are 3 steps fr The People-Skills Coach™ for drivers to engage employees for success.
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