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How to Prepare for a Crisis You Couldn’t Possibly Predict

How to Prepare for a Crisis You Couldn’t Possibly Predict | Business Sense | Scoop.it
Some teams are good at handling the unexpected, but most aren’t. Under stress and time pressure, it’s difficult to stay calm, diagnose a problem, and come up with solutions.
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Why personality and not skill makes you a great employee

Why personality and not skill makes you a great employee | Business Sense | Scoop.it
Dr Travis Bradberry explores the results of a recent survey and looks at the qualities that make great employees stand out.
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New Perspectives On Leadership Learned From A 1,200-Pound Animal

New Perspectives On Leadership Learned From A 1,200-Pound Animal | Business Sense | Scoop.it
Sure, we may have a plan for how we want things to go or how we think they are going to go, but this doesn’t help us experience leadership as it’s happening.
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Is the era of management over?

Is the era of management over? | Business Sense | Scoop.it
Traditional hierarchies are giving way to more open and creative workplace cultures.
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The Role Of Leadership In Creating Digital Culture

The Role Of Leadership In Creating Digital Culture | Business Sense | Scoop.it
People need insight into what is happening and a clear context for why something is happening to be fully engaged and embrace change.
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Stop The Madness: Take A Moment-Based Approach To Leadership Expectations

Stop The Madness: Take A Moment-Based Approach To Leadership Expectations | Business Sense | Scoop.it
Identify the moments and behaviors that make up what leaders do now and what a great leader in the new reinvented company would do.
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Technical ignorance is not leadership

Technical ignorance is not leadership | Business Sense | Scoop.it

 . . . ignorance of technology is increasingly untenable. Decisions are only as good as the implementation that results.

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How To Train Your Mind To Dramatically Improve Your Leadership

How To Train Your Mind To Dramatically Improve Your Leadership | Business Sense | Scoop.it
By understanding and leading yourself more effectively, you can understand others and be able to lead them more effectively.
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The Importance Of Empathy In Leadership

The Importance Of Empathy In Leadership | Business Sense | Scoop.it
Ultimately, a true leader should focus on building trust, and an effective way to achieve this trust is through empathy.
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Sometimes, leaders forget that they depend on other people for everything!
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How To Easily Build A Strong Leadership Foundation

How To Easily Build A Strong Leadership Foundation | Business Sense | Scoop.it
Leaders are found everywhere. There are those who quietly lead without a title or an office.
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Leadership Is A Habit That Requires Practice

Leadership Is A Habit That Requires Practice | Business Sense | Scoop.it
The debate over whether leaders are born or made is over. But, while it is accepted that they can be developed, it is less well acknowledged that development has to be based on practice rather than building knowledge.
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Are traditional workplaces becoming obsolete?

Are traditional workplaces becoming obsolete? | Business Sense | Scoop.it
New technologies are transforming where, how and when people work, which has already led to reduced demand for conventional office space
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Towards a Reskilling Revolution

Towards a Reskilling Revolution | Business Sense | Scoop.it
As the types of skills needed in the labour market change rapidly, individual workers will have to engage in life-long learning if they are to achieve fulfilling and rewarding careers. For companies, reskilling and upskilling strategies will be critical if they are to find the talent they need and to contribute to socially responsible approaches to the future of work. For policy-makers, reskilling and retraining the existing workforce are essential levers to fuel future economic growth, enhance societal resilience in the face of technological change and pave the way for future-ready education systems for the next generation of workers.
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Bullshit jobs and the yoke of managerial feudalism - Open Future

Bullshit jobs and the yoke of managerial feudalism - Open Future | Business Sense | Scoop.it
Not since Dilbert has truth been spoken to power in soulless work settings. But the cartoon character’s successor may be David Graeber.
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Robots have been taking our jobs for 50 years, so why are we worried?

Robots have been taking our jobs for 50 years, so why are we worried? | Business Sense | Scoop.it
Robots have been taking our jobs since the 1960s. So why are politicians and business leaders only now becoming so worried about robots causing mass unemployment?
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True Leadership Defies Tidy Boxes And Labels

"I think of leaders as not fitting into a box. I believe real-world leadership is more complicated than neatly assigning myself to a box or a style. I think many would agree that it takes many styles or maybe a dominant style. What do you do when none of these labels fit?"

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Why getting the most out of your employees means coaching them

Why getting the most out of your employees means coaching them | Business Sense | Scoop.it
Research suggests that managers need to become coaches to get the best out of their employees.
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Is the era of management over?

Is the era of management over? | Business Sense | Scoop.it
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Effective Leadership Depends On How Well You Carry Out These 5 Things

Effective Leadership Depends On How Well You Carry Out These 5 Things | Business Sense | Scoop.it
What’s missing is oftentimes exactly what guides us.
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Edward Fernandez's curator insight, July 15, 4:38 PM
Leading is being a servant, not a manager. Managers boss people around, servants show by example what needs to happen and rely on others to collectively accomplish.
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4 Leadership Methods for Empowering Employees and Building Strong Teams

4 Leadership Methods for Empowering Employees and Building Strong Teams | Business Sense | Scoop.it
Realizing your responsibility to lead can be scary, but done right, leadership breaks down to communicating, informing and involving your employees, while never micromanaging them.
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How To Easily Build A Strong Leadership Foundation

How To Easily Build A Strong Leadership Foundation | Business Sense | Scoop.it
Your brand is determined by your character and how you choose to engage with your team. Those who are new to the leadership role will lay the pavers for the legacy that they believe they are building. The baseline of all leadership is grounded in the following 4 BE’s.
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How To Easily Build A Strong Leadership Foundation

How To Easily Build A Strong Leadership Foundation | Business Sense | Scoop.it
Your brand is determined by your character and how you choose to engage with your team. Those who are new to the leadership role will lay the pavers for the legacy that they believe they are building. The baseline of all leadership is grounded in the following 4 BE’s.
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The Face Of Leadership -- And How Your Team Might Be Reading Into It

The Face Of Leadership -- And How Your Team Might Be Reading Into It | Business Sense | Scoop.it
As leaders, it’s important that we don’t set our team members on edge by being unaware of how we’re presenting ourselves.
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