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The characteristics and development of wise leaders.
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How well do we make time for what we desire and value most deeply?

How well do we make time for what we desire and value most deeply? | Wise Leadership | Scoop.it
Monastic time management is about putting values into practice, practicing what we preach.

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donhornsby's curator insight, May 10, 8:48 AM
How well do we make time for what we desire and value most deeply? Are we wasting time on being productive when we could be accomplishing something more important?
Meus's curator insight, May 10, 1:31 PM

We all need to find time for what really matters.

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The Golden Age Of Management Is Now

The Golden Age Of Management Is Now | Wise Leadership | Scoop.it
We live in a golden age of management, that combines continuous innovation with disciplined execution. It is as passionately romantic as it is relentlessly practical. 24 recent books constitute a new canon of management.

Via Celine Schillinger, Pascale Mousset, Jean-Philippe D'HALLUIN, Fabrice De Zanet, Philippe Vallat
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Celine Schillinger's curator insight, August 11, 2013 6:50 PM

1.       From maximizing shareholder value to profitable customer delight.
2.       From sustainable competitive advantage to continuous strategic adaptation.
3.       From a pre-occupation with efficiency to co-creating value with stakeholders.
4.       From uni-directional value chains to multi-directional value networks.
5.       From steep hierarchies to shared responsibilities.
6.       From control and bureaucracy to disciplined innovation.
7.       From economic value to values that grow the firm.
8.       From command to conversation.
9.       From managing the machine to stewardship of stakeholders.
10.      From episodic improvements to a paradigm shift in management.

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Are You an Alpha Male Leader?

Are You an Alpha Male Leader? | Wise Leadership | Scoop.it
When drive, competitiveness and commitment are too much.

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(From the article) There is a place for alpha-like behaviour in organisations which need the drive, competitiveness and commitment of such leaders. However this should be balanced with models of leadership that connect, build and nurture. Once this has been achieved, organisations like Amazon (named as one of the most stressful companies to work for) will discover that employees who work without fear can be driven to new heights.
 

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donhornsby's curator insight, March 10, 10:38 AM
(From the article) There is a place for alpha-like behaviour in organisations which need the drive, competitiveness and commitment of such leaders. However this should be balanced with models of leadership that connect, build and nurture. Once this has been achieved, organisations like Amazon (named as one of the most stressful companies to work for) will discover that employees who work without fear can be driven to new heights.
 

nathalie chiasson's curator insight, March 11, 7:46 AM
(From the article) There is a place for alpha-like behaviour in organisations which need the drive, competitiveness and commitment of such leaders. However this should be balanced with models of leadership that connect, build and nurture. Once this has been achieved, organisations like Amazon (named as one of the most stressful companies to work for) will discover that employees who work without fear can be driven to new heights.
 

Jaro Berce's curator insight, March 15, 6:17 AM
(From the article) There is a place for alpha-like behaviour in organisations which need the drive, competitiveness and commitment of such leaders. However this should be balanced with models of leadership that connect, build and nurture. Once this has been achieved, organisations like Amazon (named as one of the most stressful companies to work for) will discover that employees who work without fear can be driven to new heights.