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Leadership Challenges for 2013: Are People Your Most Important Asset?

Leadership Challenges for 2013: Are People Your Most Important Asset? | Wise Leadership | Scoop.it
As we hopefully continue our recovery in 2013, where will leadership focus? Will we rebuild the trust we lost with employees when the recession started and jobs were eliminated at a record pace?
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Is Everyone a Leader?

Is Everyone a Leader? | Wise Leadership | Scoop.it
We believe everyone is a leader and, together, we can co-create a better future. However, we recognise that not everyone agrees with us. This article explores different perspectives of leadership.
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How to create an agile organization | McKinsey & Company

Transforming companies to achieve organizational agility is in its early days but already yielding positive returns. While the paths can vary, survey findings suggest how to start.

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#HR Five Strategies to Challenge Negative Thoughts

#HR Five Strategies to Challenge Negative Thoughts | Wise Leadership | Scoop.it

Break out of this self-destructive habit to become more productive in work and life.


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Why most CEOs lack emotional intelligence

Why most CEOs lack emotional intelligence | Wise Leadership | Scoop.it
As I looked into Igor’s face, it was imperative that I accurately interpret his reaction to my words. Emotional intelligence is not taught at the FBI Academy, but it was essential for me to understand the difference between anxiety and sadness when interviewing people like Igor. I needed to know whether I could trust him to help me in my investigation. You may never need to interview an individual whom you suspect of being a foreign spy. It is possible, however, that you will need to impress a new client or calm down an frustrated customer.

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Tom Wojick's curator insight, September 26, 9:22 AM

Maybe most do lack EQ, however the good news is they can explore,  learn and strengthen this critical leadership competency. 6seconds.org is a great resource to begin the process.

Jose Luis Yañez's curator insight, September 29, 4:38 PM
Why most CEOs lack emotional intelligence
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Four Ways to Gain Perspective on Negative Events

Four Ways to Gain Perspective on Negative Events | Wise Leadership | Scoop.it
Here are four simple techniques for “self-distancing,” a research-tested way to break cycles of rumination and recrimination.
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(Empathic Leadership) Forbes: Become A Better Leader Through Self-Empathy

(Empathic Leadership) Forbes: Become A Better Leader Through Self-Empathy | Wise Leadership | Scoop.it

There are many different leadership styles and qualities that make a good leader, but people tend to be most attracted to and influenced by leaders who are empathetic.

 

Start With Self-Empathy

How we feel about and relate to ourselves directly impacts how we relate to the world and interact with others. We tend to place the blame for difficult feelings, such as anger or jealousy, on the actions of other people or our surroundings. Most people assume that our feelings are the result of other people or external circumstances. However, our feelings actually arise based on whether we perceive our needs as being met.

 

When we perceive our basic human needs, including our need to be acknowledged and respected, as being addressed, we're content. When we perceive that they aren't being met, or that they are being under-addressed, that's when feelings of frustration, anger, sadness and jealousy emerge.


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7 Skills Managers Will Need In 2025

7 Skills Managers Will Need In 2025 | Wise Leadership | Scoop.it

We all know that the work landscape is changing. The jobs that will be in demand are shifting as more are automated by artificial intelligence, machine learning, and robots. Teams are becoming more disparate and globalization has added new collaboration challenges. At the same time, more millennials are taking on management roles, and even our work spaces will undergo changes between now and 2025.

 

“Change will be happening so quickly that 50% of the occupations that exist today will not exist 10 years from now. So we’re going to be living in an environment that is extremely adaptable and changing all the time,” says Liz Bentley, the founder of Liz Bentley Associates, a leadership development consulting firm.


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Susanna Lavialle's curator insight, August 23, 4:15 PM
The management is also changing - not only the managing of change - or the field of change management
CCM Consultancy's curator insight, August 24, 1:20 AM

Emotional Intelligence has gotten a fair amount of attention  but it will only become more important as the workplace changes over the next eight to 10 years. Effective managers will create environments that focus less on where and how people work, but which measure success based on results and output..

Jerry Busone's curator insight, August 29, 7:43 AM

Interesting insight...

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The Brutal Truth About Why Being a Leader Is So Hard

Here's why leadership is so tough.
What makes this mentality so difficult is that, in every capacity, it asks that you, as a leader, put yourself last.

It's a removal of the ego. You can't just rage out of impatience, or get upset because other people aren't working the way you want them to work. You can't show your frustration--even if everyone else is. You can't sit back and complain when times get tough, you have to be the positive force that changes the tide.

You, as a leader, have to take a step back from your impulsive, emotional reactions, and instead operate from a place of calm understanding. And that's a skill that isn't taught in school, it's not taught in after-school clubs, or even on sports teams.

It's learned through watching closely others who embody that trait.

And it's learned through diligent self-inquiry, and constantly practicing the art of being flexible in the way you communicate and lead others.

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Three Surprising Insights about Success and Happiness

Three Surprising Insights about Success and Happiness | Wise Leadership | Scoop.it
The path to a healthy, successful, and meaningful life may not be what we expect.
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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, August 2, 2:19 PM
What we have and who we are is sometimes undervalued. Being mindful of what we have done and who we focuses on being authentic in the following ways: being trustworthy, grateful, humble, authentic, and forgiving; being good problem solvers with high standards. It sounds like good teaching and teachers.
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From CSR to CEO

From CSR to CEO | Wise Leadership | Scoop.it

Doing good is good business. In this world where the bottom line matters, hitting KPIs and meeting shareholders’ expectations trumps goodness, we’re always quick to dismiss this over-idealistic thought.

But this idealism when backed by strategy, culture building, passion and talent development can, in fact, benefit the corporate individual, the business and community. It can be the paradigm shift in what leads a business to flourish – transforming ordinary employees to committed outstanding leaders.


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Sally Brownbill's curator insight, August 2, 4:56 AM

This article looks at employees increasing desire for meaningful work with companies that act ethically and how CSR programmes can provide that while equipping employees with skills and experience mindset shifts to help navigate the volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA) world of today. 

 

The article is interesting as it discusses how CSR programmes can educate future corporate leaders while addressing needs and challenges of the community and society that they serve or sit within, which aligns with elements of Corporate International Service Learning (CISL) programmes.

 

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#HR Does working as a group actually help us learn?

#HR Does working as a group actually help us learn? | Wise Leadership | Scoop.it
As is almost always the case when humans are involved, the truth varies. Assuming there are no particularly irksome or troublemaking individuals upsetting the group harmony, there are some ways working in groups can be helpful when it comes to learning, and other ways in which it may be more of an obstacle. So, here are the pros and cons of teamwork.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, July 23, 5:34 PM

Really believe in it but not so good at it myself.

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UK workplaces at risk of “contagious leadership"

UK workplaces at risk of “contagious leadership"

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Ron McIntyre's curator insight, July 23, 6:13 PM

Interesting, what do you think?

 

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Mindfulness practice leads to increases in regional brain gray matter density

Mindfulness practice leads to increases in regional brain gray matter density | Wise Leadership | Scoop.it
Therapeutic interventions that incorporate training in mindfulness meditation have
become increasingly popular, but to date little is known about neural mechanisms associated
with these interventions. Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), one of the most
widely used mindfulness training programs, has been reported to produce positive effects
on psychological well-being and to ameliorate symptoms of a number of disorders. Here,
we report a controlled longitudinal study to investigate pre–post changes in brain
gray matter concentration attributable to participation in an MBSR program.

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Suzanne Izzard's curator insight, July 7, 11:12 AM
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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, July 7, 11:33 AM
The more research we have into the impacts of mindfulness and meditative practices the more they may become part of our daily living. Hopefully, this does not mean a formulaic way of meditating and being mindful
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An Introduction to Complexity Theory – Jun Park – Medium

An Introduction to Complexity Theory – Jun Park – Medium | Wise Leadership | Scoop.it
Complexity Theory allows us to better understand systems as diverse as cells, human beings, forest ecosystems, and organizations, that are only partially understood by traditional scientific methods…

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Brain stimulation could boost your creativity. Here's how

Brain stimulation could boost your creativity. Here's how | Wise Leadership | Scoop.it
New brain stimulation techniques can help to boost creativity and encourage inspirational voices.

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Can Self-Compassion Make You Better at Public Speaking?

Can Self-Compassion Make You Better at Public Speaking? | Wise Leadership | Scoop.it
Don’t imagine your audience in their underwear. Instead, try being kind to yourself.
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Building Real Collaboration into Your Organization

Building Real Collaboration into Your Organization | Wise Leadership | Scoop.it


Across sectors and sub-sectors, collaboration is considered critical to organizational success—just ask. Has your organization identified collaboration as a fundamental leadership skill? Check. Listed it as an organizational value? Done. Do you deliberately and consistently shape your organization for impactful internal and external collaboration?


How focusing on the three organizational pillars of culture, people, and leadership can help fuel meaningful collaboration.

 


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Managing deep uncertainty: Exploratory modeling, adaptive plans and joint sense making

Managing deep uncertainty: Exploratory modeling, adaptive plans and joint sense making | Wise Leadership | Scoop.it
Community member post by Jan Kwakkel How can decision making on complex systems come to grips with irreducible, or deep, uncertainty? Such uncertainty has three sources: Intrinsic limits to predictability in complex systems. A variety of stakeholders with different perspectives on what the system is and what problem needs to be solved. Complex systems are…

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Empathy, Self-Reflection: The 'Soft-Skills' of Today's Leaders

Empathy, Self-Reflection: The 'Soft-Skills' of Today's Leaders | Wise Leadership | Scoop.it

"The world is dramatically reshaped and operates differently. We have gone from an industrial economy where we hired hands, to a knowledge economy where we hired heads, to a human economy where we hire hearts. When machines can out process, outperform and even outthink us, it is the things that machines can not do, the things that come from the heart, that are uniquely valuable and can never be automated or commoditized.” ~ Dov Seidman

So yes, artificial intelligence has everybody trying to figure out this new dynamic, but as the statement attests, some of our roles will always be immune to this new ground-breaking technology. Leaders today should realize that great leaders are the ones that exhibit a skill set that is not replicable. To put this more succinctly, they lead from the heart.


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Leadership in crisis – the new Growth Business opportunity

Leadership in crisis – the new Growth Business opportunity | Wise Leadership | Scoop.it
Leaders are scared and struggling in this new era of extraordinary and unexpected disruption.

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donhornsby's curator insight, August 17, 9:26 AM
Our findings focus on the enormous potential to change things by modifying culture, mind-set and behaviour. Behaviour and profound lack of understanding of the changing public mood explain a series of leadership failures in the public and private sectors in recent months.
 
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#HR Psychology Of Fraud: Why Good People Do Bad Things

#HR Psychology Of Fraud: Why Good People Do Bad Things | Wise Leadership | Scoop.it

Enron, Worldcom, Bernie Madoff — the past decade has brought us a long parade of headlines involving unethical behavior. And that's led researchers to a disturbing conclusion: The vast majority of us are not only capable of behaving in profoundly unethical ways, but without realizing it, we do it all the time. 


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Kenneth Mikkelsen's curator insight, August 4, 11:50 AM

In general, when we think about bad behavior, we think about it being tied to character: Bad people do bad things. But that model, researchers say, is profoundly inadequate.

 

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Leadership in crisis – the new Growth Business opportunity

Leadership in crisis – the new Growth Business opportunity | Wise Leadership | Scoop.it
Leaders are scared and struggling in this new era of extraordinary and unexpected disruption.

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donhornsby's curator insight, August 17, 9:26 AM
Our findings focus on the enormous potential to change things by modifying culture, mind-set and behaviour. Behaviour and profound lack of understanding of the changing public mood explain a series of leadership failures in the public and private sectors in recent months.
 
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How Becoming A Good Listener Can Make You A Better Leader

How Becoming A Good Listener Can Make You A Better Leader | Wise Leadership | Scoop.it

Running a business is an inherently emotional experience. Even the most stoic leaders are bound to find themselves becoming invested not only in outcomes, but in people and processes as well.

 

While emotional leadership is often regarded as a liability, lack of personal investment can also bring about negative outcomes.

 

I’ve learned that the best leaders are those who can recognize emotionally-charged situations, rise above the passions of the movement, and maintain a level head. Good leaders are quick to listen and slow to anger.


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leafprovide's comment, July 31, 4:50 AM
Like teaching (educate and pedagogy are etymologically about leading) leading is about listening first. Sometimes asking questions furthers the conversation and understanding of others. They solve their problems.
libertopereda's curator insight, July 31, 4:09 PM

What does it mean to listen? Listening points to four levels: what we can see and hear, the emotions and thoughts, the sensations and what's wanting to emerge (or not). How much of our listening is directed to each of these four levels? Do we really listen when we speak? Do we listen inwards, outwards, both, or neither? Listening comes from the feminine side of us, specially deep listening. What is needed for a deeper listening? What is all this noise telling us?

Andrew Man's curator insight, August 5, 4:05 PM
Good leaders listens first
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How the Science of Well-Being is Evolving

How the Science of Well-Being is Evolving | Wise Leadership | Scoop.it
The field of positive psychology was born when researchers noticed that psychology was awfully negative—focusing on illness and suffering but mute on the topic of how to thrive and flourish.

Two decades later, you could say that positive psychology is moving past this dichotomy of positive and negative, toward a more nuanced perspective on the good life. At least, that was one of the themes at the International Positive Psychology Association’s 5th World Congress, a four-day conference held earlier this month that brought together more than 1,300 researchers, practitioners, students, and journalists in Montreal, Canada.

Researchers shared the complexities and complications they were uncovering about the elements of well-being, from gratitude and mindfulness to passion and grit. Here are some of their insights.

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David Hain's curator insight, July 27, 6:33 AM

Insights from the latest wellbeing research. It's not as simple as following god/bad buzzwords!

Sandeep Gautam's curator insight, July 27, 6:54 AM
PP 2.0 is more nuanced
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#HR Leadership Development Model - Leadership and Management - Development

#HR Leadership Development Model - Leadership and Management - Development | Wise Leadership | Scoop.it
To give clarity to my paradigm on leadership and management, I set out below my leadership development model which gives on overview of my own philosophy.

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