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11 Quotes from Sir Richard Branson on Business, Leadership, and Passion - Forbes

11 Quotes from Sir Richard Branson on Business, Leadership, and Passion - Forbes | Value Based Leadership | Scoop.it
11 Quotes from Sir Richard Branson on Business, Leadership, and Passion
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I've always been a fan of Richard Branson.
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John Maeda & The Art of Leadership

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Late afternoon sessions were over on the first day of TEDGlobal, and John Maeda, president of the Rhode Island School of Design, was walking against the flow of the large and noisy crowd gathered at the Edinburgh International Conference Center. Maeda and his frequent writing collaborator, a Stanford MBA and RISD executive named Becky Bermont, were looking for a quiet place to talk. They eventually found one in a windowless side hallway and invited me to join them.


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Harvard Business School’s Michael Porter Discusses Value-Based Health Care Delivery in Nashville

Harvard Business School’s Michael Porter Discusses Value-Based Health Care Delivery in Nashville | Value Based Leadership | Scoop.it
Today, the Nashville Health Care Council hosted Michael Porter, the Bishop William Lawrence University professor at Harvard Business School, for a discussion on value-based health care delivery.
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Curating yourself in social learning spaces: adding value

Curating yourself in social learning spaces: adding value | Value Based Leadership | Scoop.it
I was having a long conversation yesterday afternoon with someone who is just returning to work after five years away, raising children. She was pondering on how to 'get' Twitter, how to do somethi...

 

Our reputation, our value within social learning spaces, is based upon our ability to do more than just churn information. We need to be able to find things out, but we need to be able to do things with that information, and we need to be able to change our stance and style according to the situation.

 

===> One size no longer fits all: we are in a constant state of flux and only the agile will thrive. <===


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Heather Bunney's curator insight, March 17, 2013 11:34 AM

It’s about the storytelling, not just the facts

Allan Shaw's curator insight, March 19, 2013 1:14 AM

The human side of technology is critical to its effective use in an educational context, perhaps many other contexts as well. If the technology is not used with some discernment and if it cannot amplify considered views then it is wasteful of the effort of involvement.

Aleshia Clarke's curator insight, June 13, 2013 10:22 AM

My sister refuses to use social media, but she allows my niece to use it unsupervised. Not only is that dangerous, but it is also a lost opportunity to interact within her daughter's social life. This is particularly important to a single mom who works overtime to make ends meet. It doesn't require a huge time commitment; just having a "presence" on Facebook would be sufficient. I feel that my niece is not getting "enough" of her mother. Perhaps she would be less prone to create online drama if my sister was there listening in and guiding her. 

 

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Empathy: A Gateway to Objectivity in Leadership

Empathy: A Gateway to Objectivity in Leadership | Value Based Leadership | Scoop.it

Most leaders have learned along the way that empathy is a critical leadership skill but few have an understanding of why. Empathy is a form of attention that goes beyond the intellect and involves directly sensing what it is like to be in someone else's shoes. How do we do this?

 

We sense what other people are experiencing or feeling by sensations that arise in our own bodies. All of us are like walking antennas, receiving and registering the felt experience of those around us. Some of us are better at this than others.

 

Jan Birchfield, Ph.D

Founder, Princeton Leadership Development (PLD)

http://princetonleadershipdevelopment.com/bios.html


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The Power of Reflection

The Power of Reflection | Value Based Leadership | Scoop.it
Tips on how to get more out of everyday life experience. (Have you seen this one?: The Power of Reflection http://t.co/531TPg2N2o #leadership)
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