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What do I need to study to become an effective leader? The Ten Woods Institute's Ten Knowledge Areas of Leadership is a good place to start!
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Counterfeit Leadership

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Many leaders cause irreparable damage. They’re afraid to address difficult issues, make tough decisions, and introduce change to achieve long-term success.
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Successful Failure

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Leaders who can’t fail won’t succeed because failure is essential to success. A world without failure is dead. Furthermore: Leaders frequently fail at letting others fail.


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Build a Culture of Accountability | Driving Results Through Culture

Build a Culture of Accountability | Driving Results Through Culture | Ten Knowledge Areas of Leadership | Scoop.it

Clear goals set a standard; they create a target. Make your effort, then evaluate how well you performed. Did you hit the bullseye? (Did you hit the target, even?) Assess then refine your effort to hit the bullseye on the next pass.


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Emotional Intelligence at Work: Your Performance Appraisal | Psychology Today

Emotional Intelligence at Work: Your Performance Appraisal | Psychology Today | Ten Knowledge Areas of Leadership | Scoop.it
Your Performance Appraisall can be inspirational...here's how! By Dr Hendrie Weisinger...

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Communications & Society: Connectivism and Complexity

Communications & Society: Connectivism and Complexity | Ten Knowledge Areas of Leadership | Scoop.it
To my mind, complexity is concomitant to networking. We can think of networks as static, fixed entities, much like the pictures in our books, as shown to the right

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How to Get People to Do What They Say

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Four ways to create a culture of accountability. Go ahead and add your recommendations to the list.

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Giving Criticism Like a Pro

Giving Criticism Like a Pro | Ten Knowledge Areas of Leadership | Scoop.it
Stop talking if you’re a critical boss.

 

You may say, “I’m just being helpful.” Unrequested criticism is like a drive-by shooting – there’s no responsibility for positive outcomes. It’s sleazy and easy.

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A New Look at Leadership and Emotional Intelligence | Psychology Today

A New Look at Leadership and Emotional Intelligence | Psychology Today | Ten Knowledge Areas of Leadership | Scoop.it
Despite the considerable research from psychology and neuroscience, leaders who are clearly deficient in emotional intelligence continue to be recruited, chosen and promoted in organizations.

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Tracy Saville's comment, July 2, 2012 10:27 AM
The core of my work in the world revolves around emotional intelligence - waking people up to their own mastery or lack thereof. In West Point Global Leadership conferences, in top brass leadership programs across all military branches of the world, and in Harvard curriculum board meetings, or the UN training grounds for top foreign affairs negotiators you'll find a visible, 50% or better concentration on the internal workings of a human being in leadership development.

The world's challenges and our human progress and evolution is dependent upon our ability to finally accept that EQ mastered is critical to everything at every level when it comes to human experience. Hitler lacked it entirely, and it could be said that deeply rhetoric-inspired dogma junkies such as the Tea Party or fundamentalist Christians who believe others will go to Hell for not believing in their version of the bible are deficient in the EQ department.

In Aaron Sorkin's words in his new series The Newsroom, thanks Psychology Today for throwing truth at stupid. It isn't a question of difficult as much as it is a question of dangerous. It is downright self-defeating and dangerous to continue to allow emotionally unintelligent people lead anything.

It ought to be a pre-requisite for having a baby, driving a car, getting married, starting a company, leading anything, including the Boy Scouts, and for the love of Gaia or whatever God or gods you worship, please oh please make it rule that every person who runs for elected office in the world ought to have to pass an EQ test. Daniel Goleman….you’re our man.

I don't normall espouse this aggressively, but it's time to get on with it.
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Leadership Agility: How to Improve It - Elephants at Work

Leadership Agility: How to Improve It - Elephants at Work | Ten Knowledge Areas of Leadership | Scoop.it
The importance of being an agile leader is not a new concept, however mastering it continues to be challenging. Today, we’ll discuss why Leadership Agility is important, what’s getting in the way of doing it well and how to improve agility at work.

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Leadership and EQ - RealTime Leadership

While technical skills remain important, our emotional intelligence (referred to as EQ or EI) is just as important as our IQ. In fact ... Daniel Goleman, a thought-leader on the topic of EI, says this about emotional intelligence: ...

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The Connected Culture - interesting take on creating simplicity from chaos!

The Connected Culture  - interesting take on creating simplicity from chaos! | Ten Knowledge Areas of Leadership | Scoop.it

Create simplicity from chaos.  The ‘connected culture’ of an organization is the point at which chaos meets order coupled by an infinite and unobstructed flow of corporate commonality.


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The myth of management efficiency | Psychology Today

The myth of management efficiency | Psychology Today | Ten Knowledge Areas of Leadership | Scoop.it
leaders have mistakenly used efficiency to drive business results, often with disastrous results.

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7 Traits of Truly Inspiring Leaders

7 Traits of Truly Inspiring Leaders | Ten Knowledge Areas of Leadership | Scoop.it
The managers who inspire employees and colleagues to achieve greatness tend to have these characteristics. Do you?

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