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Why so Afraid of Commitment?

Why so Afraid of Commitment? | Vision on Talent | Scoop.it
Are you afraid of making a commitment to your employees? Are you afraid of asking them to do the same to you? Maybe that's the problem.
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Voor de verandering: We hebben iets te vieren!

Voor de verandering: We hebben iets te vieren! | Vision on Talent | Scoop.it
De huidige wijze van organiseren qua structuur en cultuur is volgens Jan Rotmans niet meer houdbaar. En de verandering wordt een groot feest! Artikel van Richard van der Lee.
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Begin je (als organisatie) nu al met veranderen of wacht je tot het (bijna) te laat is.

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Doen is de beste manier van denken

Doen is de beste manier van denken | Vision on Talent | Scoop.it
'Durf te falen' Wederom een korte video vol inspiratie van Arthur Kruisman en Patrick Donath over hokjesdenken, een andere kijk op werk, de maandelijkse doping die salaris heet, turfsmurfen, en het...
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De jurk of een spijkerbroek?

De jurk of een spijkerbroek? | Vision on Talent | Scoop.it
Niets duurt voort, behalve verandering. Heraclitus (540 v.C.-480 v.C.) was een wijs man, want één van de zaken die niet zijn veranderd, is de actualiteit van deze uitspraak. De vraag is dan gelijk ...
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Leuren aan de deuren met talentontwikkeling

Leuren aan de deuren met talentontwikkeling | Vision on Talent | Scoop.it
De scholen zijn weer begonnen en het sportseizoen is al even bezig. De periode waarin kinderen het goede voorbeeld geven en er op uit worden gestuurd om aan de deur te ‘leuren’ met allerlei loten v...
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Are You a Role Model?

Are You a Role Model? | Vision on Talent | Scoop.it

Well, are you? The short answer, especially if you’re a leader or even just someone in a leadership position, is yes.

Your people watch you. No one is born with an innate knowledge of what it takes to succeed so they must learn it. They learn some of it by listening, some by reading, but mostly they learn from watching. If you are their leader or the person who is above them in a leadership position then it’s you they are watching.

 


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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, September 13, 2013 10:09 AM

I think all 'leaders' are role models. Are they modeling the right things is the question?

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Commitment and Engagement

Commitment and Engagement | Vision on Talent | Scoop.it

We see it all around us, yet inside of our organizations, we seem to ignore or forget the lessons.

 

Look to the web.  The highest traffic site on earth is Google, run by an ever growing company that, in many ways, seems to have their act together, if you read most of the business press. Yet number six on the list of highest trafficked websites is Wikipedia – a site where the content is created not by paid staffers, but by engaged volunteers who, supported (very) loosely by a paid staff, want to contribute and do so anonymously.


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John Lasschuit ®™'s curator insight, September 8, 2013 2:47 AM

Understanding, care, beleif, commitment

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Managersonline.nl - Geld en tijd verspillen of echt investeren in leiderschap

Managersonline.nl - Geld en tijd verspillen of echt investeren in leiderschap | Vision on Talent | Scoop.it
Geld over de balk smijten: schijnbaar is dit een wijdverbreide hobby binnen organisaties, zeker op het gebied van leiderschapsontwikkeling.
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3 Reasons Leaders Should Laugh More

3 Reasons Leaders Should Laugh More | Vision on Talent | Scoop.it
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Leaders are Real People!

Leaders are Real People! | Vision on Talent | Scoop.it
When we think of leaders we want them to be extraordinary, smart, innovative, peak performers, charismatic, invincible.  And often they are, however they are real people too; they hurt, they bleed, they cry, they laugh, they live, and they die.

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Rethinking the Work of Leadership

Rethinking the Work of Leadership | Vision on Talent | Scoop.it

Here we are in 2013 with organizational leadership models that continue to deny the social nature of organizations and wallow in inertia.

 

Our leadership practices remain authoritative. People are disengaged, distrusting and perhaps even disenfranchised.


Via Kenneth Mikkelsen, HR Trend Institute
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Dr. Dan Kirsch's curator insight, July 14, 2013 5:44 AM

If it were only so in the land of Dilbert.  Unfortunately this is pervasive in many organizations - lack of trust, lack of sharing knowledge and no collaboration all go hand in hand and are together the tools of a failure to innovate.

Andy Brough's comment, July 15, 2013 1:24 AM
Leaders will need to work hard to create a deeper sense of engagement, trust and empowerment
AlGonzalezinfo's curator insight, July 25, 2013 5:31 AM

Wonderul Scoop Kenneth!  I am currently working on understanding inclusion by exploring exclusion and this is absolutely perfect!  

 

While we may have a "diverse" employee base"  if we have authoritative and distrusting cultures, it is impossible to have inclusion!

 

 

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Talentontwikkeling vraagt om ruimte creëren, vertrouwen geven en leiderschap tonen - HRzone

Talentontwikkeling vraagt om ruimte creëren, vertrouwen geven en leiderschap tonen - HRzone | Vision on Talent | Scoop.it
Uit de Social Media Enquête TalentManagement van 2012 blijkt dat nog geen vijftig procent van de werknemers van mening is dat de huidige baan de ruimte geeft om invloed uit te oefenen op beslissingen die het werk beïnvloeden.
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The stats are in: Happy workers lead to innovative businesses

The stats are in: Happy workers lead to innovative businesses | Vision on Talent | Scoop.it
Businesses with happy workers perform better in the long run than businesses with unhappy workers, wellbeing researcher Nic Marks told the Happiness and its Causes conference in Melbourne yesterday, citing various studies to prove his case.

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Leading in a Systems World

Leading in a Systems World | Vision on Talent | Scoop.it
By Linda Fisher Thornton

The impact of our leadership decisions is felt far beyond the spaces where we work. The choices that we make may impact people, communities, the environment and society ...

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John Lasschuit ®™'s curator insight, June 5, 2013 12:11 PM

Playing it analogue in a digital world.

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Why Great Leaders Make Bad Managers - and That's OK

Why Great Leaders Make Bad Managers - and That's OK | Vision on Talent | Scoop.it

Leadership and management are very different skills. Yet most of the time, we expect corporate executives to wow us with their detail-oriented approach to management and then suddenly metamorphose into visionary leaders the moment they’re promoted.

It doesn’t usually work out, says Annmarie Neal, the author of the forthcoming Leading from the Edge (ASTD Press, 2013).

 

“A leader is somebody who sees opportunity and puts change in motion. A manager is somebody who follows that leader and sees how to structure things to create value for the company,” she says. “I’ve found that the best leaders weren’t really good managers. Yes, they understood the discipline, but they weren’t the best accountant, or the best technical person, or the best brand manager. They can do it, but they have a way of [thinking about the issues] at another level.”

 


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Inspiratievideo: Re-Imagining Work

Inspiratievideo: Re-Imagining Work | Vision on Talent | Scoop.it
Weer een prikkelende animatievideo van RSA over het 'werk' van nu en de toekomst. Het kijken meer dan waard!   De animatievideo van RSA: Re-Imagining Work
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New Blogging Series: “New Leadership in the New Economy: Diversity Matters”

New Blogging Series: “New Leadership in the New Economy: Diversity Matters” | Vision on Talent | Scoop.it

Leadership is no longer defined by years spent in the industry, seniority with the company or the number of gray hairs on our heads. Innovation and social strategies play an increasing role in who wins – and who gets left behind. Often by necessity, leadership is getting younger, stronger and more diverse


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De achterbankgeneratie

De achterbankgeneratie | Vision on Talent | Scoop.it
Dit is een tipje van de sluier van het boek 'De laptop op tafel', namelijk de voorpublicatie van het hoofdstuk 'De achterbankgeneratie' met als onderwerpen timemanagement en vergaderen. Veel leespl...
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I love my job.....do you?

I love my job.....do you? | Vision on Talent | Scoop.it
….do you?! #lovemyjob, je ziet het steeds vaker langskomen op Twitter. Nadat ik een aantal mensen op zondagavond hoorde klagen dat ze de volgende dag weer aan het werk moesten was mijn nieuwsgierig...
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On Leadership and Creating the Perfect Messaging

On Leadership and Creating the Perfect Messaging | Vision on Talent | Scoop.it

Effective leadership means that your vision, mission, and shared goals are clear for everyone involved. There is no room for inaccuracies, vagueness or ambiguity because these missteps only end up yielding lost time and poor results. This all boils down to being an effective communicator.


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Het voorwoord van Het Talentalfabet door Arko van Brakel: Talent heeft iets!

Het voorwoord van Het Talentalfabet door Arko van Brakel: Talent heeft iets! | Vision on Talent | Scoop.it
Talent heeft iets. Bij het woord talent denken we in eerste instantie aan jonge mensen. Maar een talent dat gedurende een lange levensreis is verrijkt met levenservaring leidt tot indrukwekkende wi...
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Rijnlands voor beginners | nieuworganiseren.nu

Rijnlands voor beginners | nieuworganiseren.nu | Vision on Talent | Scoop.it

Nu het Angelsaksische model onder vuur ligt, komt een ander model in beeld: het Rijnlandse. Maar wat is dat eigenlijk? En is het echt zoveel beter dan het Angelsaksische? Had het Rijnlandse Model bijvoorbeeld de crisis kunnen voorkomen? Het Rijnlandse Model in 7 vragen.


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John Lasschuit ®™'s curator insight, August 15, 2013 8:37 AM

Het Rijnlandse model heeft zeker meer te bieden dan Anglo-Saksisch model waar het neo-liberalisme een uitvloeisel van is. Maar niet vergeten moet worden is dat Anglo-Saksisch denken eigenlijk begonnen is met de VOC. Nederlands gedachtengoed dus. IJsland en de Scandinavische landen werken en denken nog het meest volgens het Rijnlandse model.

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Tegendraads....!

Tegendraads....! | Vision on Talent | Scoop.it
Recalcitrant, tegendraads, rebels, schopper tegen heilige huisjes, opstandig, andersdenkend, niet passend binnen het keurslijf en ga zo nog maar even door. Allemaal termen die in meer of mindere ma...
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Five Ways Leaders Help Others Belong, Not Just Fit In

Five Ways Leaders Help Others Belong, Not Just Fit In | Vision on Talent | Scoop.it
There's a big difference between fitting in and belonging. In fact, fitting in can be one of the biggest barriers to belonging, says researcher and author Brené Brown. Fitting in is about assessing...

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John Michel's curator insight, July 9, 2013 3:08 AM

Creating a sense of belonging for people requires that leaders be engaged. It means investing time and energy to understand what’s going on with their people, their hopes and dreams, their fears and insecurities. Fostering belonging is about humanizing the workplace and creating a safe space where people can be vulnerable, real and authentic.

Russ Bergeman's curator insight, July 9, 2013 8:07 AM

This is a great piece that describes the challenge that many organizations deal with on a daily basis – the difference between employees fitting in and truly belonging. The most productive employees, those who are engaged, feel a sense of belonging, not just fitting in.

 

Although leaders can play a role in developing a culture of engagement, it really starts with the hiring process. I am a major proponent of implementing a scientifically and validated assessment tool (e.g., ProfileXT) to help on-board the “right” people who will have a more natural fit within the organization.

 

It may seem relatively easy for people to “adapt” in order to execute in a job or career. But, eventually, this will catch up with employees and show up in their overall work performance. When an organization hires people who will culturally belong leaders have more time to concentrate on other high payoff activities.

 

To learn more about the ProfileXT and it use for on-boarding, promoting, team-building, etc., visit - http://theemployersedge.com/assessment or contact me – russ@theemployersedge.com.

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Can Anyone Be A Leader?

Can Anyone Be A Leader? | Vision on Talent | Scoop.it

I talk to people about leadership and becoming a leader. Some of them wish they were more effective at being a leader, some wish other people were more comfortable with their leadership, and some are not certain that they even want to be a leader. All of them have questions, and many of their questions grow out of a common concern.

Each of them, in one way or another, doubt that they can be a leader. They often ask me whether I believe that anyone, and everyone, can be a leader.


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Primeur, de eerste letter van Het Talentalfabet | Aanvalluh....

Primeur, de eerste letter van Het Talentalfabet | Aanvalluh.... | Vision on Talent | Scoop.it
Aanvalluh… Het eerste hoofdstuk van een boek over talent dat een voetbalkreet als titel draagt. Is dat niet erg vreemd? Nee, dat is niet vreemd maar juist heel erg van toepassing. Het is de kreet, ...
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