Accelerating innovation through transformation
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Changing behaviors and habits for innovation and transformation acceleration
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Fire Up Teams by Creating Opportunities to Learn

Fire Up Teams by Creating Opportunities to Learn | Accelerating innovation through transformation | Scoop.it
Over the years, I've had the privilege of leading people who are creative, smart and high functioning. The challenge of leading exceptional people is… well… exceptionally challenging.

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Pintolaranja's curator insight, July 16, 2013 3:39 AM

For this, one needs to be ready to listen.

Fake listening doesn't count. Fake listening is the type of pseudo listening where one acknowledges the idea someone else is trying to bring to the table and then immediately turn it down by stating it is not valid or not interesting for whatever reason. Fake listening only leads to frustration and gossip and speculation because the person who gets refused will most likely become known for making stupid proposals.

So, really listen and always take the best out of what someone in your team is saying, use that to grow as a whole and include the others in the discussion. If a goal is not already there, start by setting one up, so the discussion is objective.

My 50cents from my own experience.

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Mindfulness as a management tool

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When speaking about mindfulness many people associate it only to yoga and eastern philosophies or generally speaking the “soft stuff”. You may also think: what does that have to do with management and leadership?

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5 Reasons Why Being Agile Is More Important Than Being Perfect

5 Reasons Why Being Agile Is More Important Than Being Perfect | Accelerating innovation through transformation | Scoop.it
Find out why speed wins in business, and why perfection gets second place.

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