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What great coaches do -- and leaders should, too

What great coaches do -- and leaders should, too | Team Development | Scoop.it
Doing some post-game analysis of everything that goes right -- and wrong -- can help your team win
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While I have a different position on coaching, there are some good ideas in this article.

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Leadership By Virtue: Reasons why Leadership is not about manipulation

Leadership By Virtue: Reasons why Leadership is not about manipulation | Team Development | Scoop.it
a manipulation is, by definition, a form of persuasion and vice versa.
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Some insights from Jaro on a very important concept. Well worth digesting.

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Daniel Pink’s Required Reading

Daniel Pink’s Required Reading | Team Development | Scoop.it
A leading business author talks about the books that shaped his thinking and career.
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Interesting mix of books from Daniel Pink. All of them are worth reading even though the actual like may be somewhat vague.

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Leadership By Virtue: Steps to: People are energetic when …

Leadership By Virtue: Steps to: People are energetic when … | Team Development | Scoop.it
different approaches to energize people.

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Interesting thoughts on energizing people from Jaro.  Thanks for sharing Jaro.

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Asking Open-Ended Questions Helps New Managers Build Trust

Asking Open-Ended Questions Helps New Managers Build Trust | Team Development | Scoop.it

In many companies and organizations, new managers are selected as a result of their success in technical and operational roles. This seems to be a sensible approach, as the manager needs to understand the challenges facing his or her direct reports. At the same time, it’s fundamentally flawed. The skill set required to excel in a technical/operational role is different than the skill set required for success as a manager.


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Absolutely on the mark, thanks for sharing Jaro Berce.

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Winds Of Change At Dyson | Co.Design | business + design

Winds Of Change At Dyson | Co.Design | business + design | Team Development | Scoop.it
Can the pioneering vacuum maker transform itself into a full-blown tech company? An exclusive peek inside the house that suction built.
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The ultimate innovation story. Dyson has been one of my innovation hero's for some time. He understands the role of failure in innovation. I also love his message on retiring, "NO".

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Seth's Blog: When did you give up?

Seth's Blog: When did you give up? | Team Development | Scoop.it
The bureaucracy is no longer your enemy. The bureaucracy is you. And it's easy to blame your boss, or the dolt who set up all these systems, or the one who depersonalizes everything. The policies and the oversight and the...
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Another great message from Seth. Well worth embracing today.

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2 Reasons Employee Engagement is So Hard-- And What to Do About It

2 Reasons Employee Engagement is So Hard-- And What to Do About It | Team Development | Scoop.it
If you've ever been on the receiving end of employee engagement results, you most likely know the, "How in the world could they feel THAT WAY after ALL I've done?"...

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Some excellent ideas, albeit not new, that you can use to help understand employee engagement.

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The science of organizational transformations

The science of organizational transformations | Team Development | Scoop.it
New survey results find that the most effective transformation initiatives draw upon four key actions to change mind-sets and behaviors. A McKinsey & Company article.

Via Alexis Assimacopoulos
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Some excellent insights in this analysis but much of it has a basis in common sense great leadership.  Well worth reading for all leaders.

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The 5 Types Of Innovation For The Future Of Work, Pt. 5: Public Innovation

The 5 Types Of Innovation For The Future Of Work, Pt. 5: Public Innovation | Team Development | Scoop.it
As the world of work continues to evolve at a rapid pace, innovation continues to become both a top priority and a top challenge. For most companies, innovation is handled behind closed doors in a secluded part of the company that only a few have access to. This type of innovation [...]
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I totally agree with Jacob on this topic.  We need to expand our use of innovation and expand the sources. It is time for innovation to increase rapidly in every market if were are going to provide for the changing work environments taking place today.

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Leading Blog: A Leadership Blog: Missing Ingredients: Finding the Right Team Recipe

Leading Blog: A Leadership Blog: Missing Ingredients: Finding the Right Team Recipe | Team Development | Scoop.it
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There is a lot of common sense in this article, well worth reading.

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» Orientation Or Disorientation? - Business Model Innovation In Surgery

» Orientation Or Disorientation? - Business Model Innovation In Surgery | Team Development | Scoop.it
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No, I am not out of my mind!  There are some great nuggets of knowledge in this article that can apply to all businesses.

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When an Employee Quits and You Didn't See It Coming - blogs.hbr.org (blog)

When an Employee Quits and You Didn't See It Coming - blogs.hbr.org (blog) | Team Development | Scoop.it
Try to hide the shock.
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Some interesting insights worth pondering. How often do you get caught off guard?

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Innovation--You’re Doing It Wrong: How To Put Intuition And Ideas Before Tests And Analyses

Innovation--You’re Doing It Wrong: How To Put Intuition And Ideas Before Tests And Analyses | Team Development | Scoop.it
Douglas Van Praet describes how the unconscious and the emotional drive people, and how they, not tests, should drive the business of bringing ideas...
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Neuroscience is rapidly becoming one of the hottest topics for business today.  This is one article that does have some merit.

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Paxil Study 329 Retracted: How Psychiatry Got Bought Out by Big Pharma | Psych Central Professional

Paxil Study 329 Retracted: How Psychiatry Got Bought Out by Big Pharma | Psych Central Professional | Team Development | Scoop.it
A recent reanalysis of a 2001 Paxil (paroxetine) study has put into serious doubt the whole field of psychiatry and how it conducts clinical trials (Le Noury et
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While this article deals primarily with the process for promoting pharma products by Psychiatrists it can also be applied to other Pharma products.  It can also create a skepticism for any product testing regardless of category. If money creates the influence then authenticity is lost in the shuffle. Skepticism can breed disrespect and disrespect can lead to disillusionment and unrest. No wonder we have trouble with any level of authority today.

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Why Leaders Don’t Listen | Leadership Freak

Why Leaders Don’t Listen | Leadership Freak | Team Development | Scoop.it
When was the last time someone let you know you mattered by listening to you? Real listening is the dodo bird of leadership. 13 reasons leaders don't listen: Time. Be honest. You don’t have time to listen. Inconvenience. Listening is an inconvenience to leaders with a bias toward action. Knowledge. The more you think you know…
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Great insights from Dan Rockwell on Listening. While many will consider the reasons for not listening as valid, I much more agree with Dan in terms of it being transformative for the leader and the team when done correctly.

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7 Key Character Traits of Serial Entrepreneurs | OPEN Forum

7 Key Character Traits of Serial Entrepreneurs | OPEN Forum | Team Development | Scoop.it
Matt Paxton of Clutter Cleaner reveals what makes serial entrepreneurs likely to try, try again.
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Some very interesting insights about entrepreneurs who continually drive the innovation engine.

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A misguided idea of leadership: could this be the ultimate leadership mistake? - Zealise Blog

A misguided idea of leadership: could this be the ultimate leadership mistake? - Zealise Blog | Team Development | Scoop.it
If you want to fulfil your leadership potential and be more effective as a leader, you don’t need to be more politically savvy – you need to be more “strategically savvy.” You need to be more inclusive. Only then will you build the trust and common purpose that delivers strategic alignment, and ensures sustainability and success, through strategically savvy people.
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Some great insights from my friend Bay Jordan on the idea of driving leadership.


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12 habits of successful tech CEOs

12 habits of successful tech CEOs | Team Development | Scoop.it
Tech CEOs share what makes them different -- the hobbies, habits and traits that influence how they run their companies

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Some interesting insights. What do you think?

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Jacqui Hogan's curator insight, September 15, 2015 9:40 AM

Agree with most of these, especially being a life long learner. But not staying hands on, or at least only enough to retain your understanding of the tech. Too many IT CEOs stay too hands on and neglect their businesses!

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Finding Your True North

Finding Your True North | Team Development | Scoop.it
I had the great pleasure of interviewing Jennifer Sertl, CEO of Agilty 3R just recently. We talked of the importance of authenticity and other matters at the heart of leadership. Here is the interview. I make no apologies that it weighs in at over 20 minutes - every second was worth it in terms of her insights and experience, backed up her academic study and personal reflection in the fields of psychology and organisation development. Here's some of the tasty bites of the elements that I most en

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I am a huge believer in being authentic and I believe this interview opens some eyes to the concept. Very similar to Bill George's work but with a slight tilt to it. Great interview.

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David Hain's curator insight, September 11, 2015 4:55 AM

Excellent interview between Peter Cook, @AcademyOfRock, and @JenniferSertl - many insights on the heart and future leadership!  Recommended!

Ian Berry's curator insight, September 11, 2015 7:26 PM

There's a lot to love about this conversation as I commented on one gem direct on the LinkedIn article. I also love the pieces about "brands" keeping promises at the behaviourial level, transcending the economy and technology, and all the insights about staying true to our essence

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The way we think about work is broken

The way we think about work is broken | Team Development | Scoop.it

What makes work satisfying? Apart from a paycheck, there are intangible values that, Barry Schwartz suggests, our current way of thinking about work simply ignores. It's time to stop thinking of workers as cogs on a wheel.



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Even though this is a year old there are some great insights in this TedTalk worth understanding in our day to day world.

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Clouds ahead: What an IT career will look like five years out

Clouds ahead: What an IT career will look like five years out | Team Development | Scoop.it
IT infrastructure is increasingly giving way to the cloud. Here's how to remain relevant in the years ahead.
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Interesting discussion and insights worth reading if you are in the IT world. However, the elephant in the room is really in Security and Privacy. Especially as we do more and more wireless.

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7 Myths About Employee Engagement - Book Blog

7 Myths About Employee Engagement - Book Blog | Team Development | Scoop.it
Employers have a lot of wrong ideas about what employee engagement is, and how to make it better.
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Some interesting insights on Employment Engagement. Generally, I agree with the concepts because it is a very complex issue and there are no singular processes that will work for everyone.

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Boosting global competitiveness through service delivery culture - The Nation Newspaper

Boosting global competitiveness through service delivery culture - The Nation Newspaper | Team Development | Scoop.it
Most successful global brands are built on a track record of excellent service delivery culture.
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Interesting insights on service delivery.  Worth reading.

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Infosys putting together crack team of coders to break programming & software ... - Economic Times

Infosys putting together crack team of coders to break programming & software ... - Economic Times | Team Development | Scoop.it
The team will also focus on new technologies such as analytics and cloud computing and work in futuristic projects in areas such as artificial intelligence.
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I find it interesting that an Indian company is thinking this futuristic but they have done this effectively in the past.

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Learning, Talent, and Leadership Development: Evolution or Revolution? - ATD

Learning, Talent, and Leadership Development: Evolution or Revolution? - ATD | Team Development | Scoop.it
Learning and talent development are undergoing a transformation in organizations today.
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Is it time for a revolution in Leadership Development? Needs to be disrupted.

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