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How the psychology of the England football team could change your life 

How the psychology of the England football team could change your life  | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
The era of hard-talking, tyrannical managers is over – both on and off the pitch. “Football, which I love and work in, is really bad at talking,” says Caulfield. “It does instructing and telling off but it doesn’t do talking and listening and empathy that well. It sounds a bit fluffy but that’s the world in which we now live, and the world in which these players have grown up.” Southgate, he says, realised early in his coaching career that instilling fear wasn’t going to work. “We all need a telling-off now and then – and he’s good at that, by the way – but you’ll get far more from putting your faith in people than you will anything else. People had this lazy opinion that he’s too ‘nice’ and they see kindness as weakness, but it’s the most unbelievable strength if you use it in the right way.”

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David Hain's curator insight, July 12, 8:53 AM

I know they lost last night in the semi-final, but this article still resonates, and the contents (reframing, learning from failure, etc) will help them go further in future. Positive psychology really works, and tomorrow's leaders need to get on board with it - because the England football team is in effect an analog for every team that wants to deliver collective success and well being!

Tom Wojick's curator insight, July 12, 11:02 AM

A great example of a coach/leader utilizing Relationship - Centered Leadership: Presence (EQ), Resiliency, Trustworthiness, Moral Courage, Purpose, Authenticity

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The Neuroscience of Changing Your Mind

The Neuroscience of Changing Your Mind | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.

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The Great Humanistic Philosopher and Psychologist Erich Fromm on What Self-Love Really Means and Why It Is the Basic Condition for a Sane Society

The Great Humanistic Philosopher and Psychologist Erich Fromm on What Self-Love Really Means and Why It Is the Basic Condition for a Sane Society | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
"In the experience of love lies the only answer to being human, lies sanity."

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" In loving I experience “I am you,” you — the loved person, you — the stranger, you — everything alive. In the experience of love lies the only answer to being human, lies sanity." 
Note the similarity between Fromm's notion of Love (self love, love to others and humanity) and the practice of Loving Kindness meditation.
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"In the experience of love lies the only answer to being human, lies sanity."

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" In loving I experience “I am you,” you — the loved person, you — the stranger, you — everything alive. In the experience of love lies the only answer to being human, lies sanity." 
Note the similarity between Fromm's notion of Love (self love, love to others and humanity) and the practice of Loving Kindness meditation.
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Nine Scientists Share Their Favorite Happiness Practices | Greater Good Magazine

Nine Scientists Share Their Favorite Happiness Practices | Greater Good Magazine | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
For the International Day of Happiness, here's some inspiration to help you feel more connected, grateful, and satisfied with your life.

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From Pink Milk to Smart Questions, How to Be a Rebel Leader

From Pink Milk to Smart Questions, How to Be a Rebel Leader | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
The way that we typically think about the effect of asking questions—especially when we are in leadership positions—is just plain wrong.  We fear that others will judge us negatively for not having all the answers, when in truth it’s just the opposite. When we interact with others by asking questions, our relationships grow stronger, because we are showing genuine interest in learning about them, hearing their ideas, and getting to know them more personally. As a result, we gain their trust, and our relationship becomes more interesting and intimate. If you are worried that by asking a question you may come across as incompetent, you have that wrong also: People think of us as being smarter when we ask questions than when we don’t.

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David Hain's curator insight, June 18, 4:51 AM

I am so lucky that people pay me to ask 'stupid' questions in my work! There are many variations of "The Emperor's New Clothes" out there. Asking why is one simple way to surface them.

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Ignoring bad leadership may be risky business — here’s why. •

Ignoring bad leadership may be risky business — here’s why. • | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Bad leadership affects 10%-16% of US employees. This comes to an annual cost of close to $24 billion. If you haven’t considered how the “dark side” of leadership may be affecting your employees and your organization, now might be the time to give it some thought!

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5 Ways to Improve Your Soft Skills | Duke Today

5 Ways to Improve Your Soft Skills | Duke Today | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Interpersonal skills – such as managing time and positively interacting with others – are important for overall success

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David Hain's curator insight, July 3, 4:24 AM

Since the soft stuff is the hard stuff, any tips on how to develop your human interaction skills are worth spending 3 minutes on!

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Leaders: It’s OK to not know everything

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When your job hinges on how well you talk to people, you learn a lot about how to have conversations -- and that most of us don't converse very well. Celeste Headlee has worked as a radio host for decades, and she knows the ingredients of a great conversation: Honesty, brevity, clarity and a healthy amount of listening. In this insightful talk, she shares 10 useful rules for having better conversations. "Go out, talk to people, listen to people," she says. "And, most importantly, be prepared to be amazed."

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Jerry Busone's curator insight, July 14, 9:18 AM

Conversations are one skill everyone can up their game. Very passionate about this topic  ... winning and losing conversation by conversation ...yet this key skill is something we font consciously work on... its a day to day effort.

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If You’re So Successful, Why Are You Still Working 70 Hours a Week?

If You’re So Successful, Why Are You Still Working 70 Hours a Week? | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Companies recruit overachievers, then exploit their insecurity.

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(Empathic Leadership)What Does Empathy Look like in Everyday Leadership?

(Empathic Leadership)What Does Empathy Look like in Everyday Leadership? | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
“When you show deep empathy toward others, their defensive energy goes down, and positive energy replaces it. That’s when you can get more creative in solving problems.” – Stephen Covey

 

Empathy allows us to help set others up for success. Everyone struggles, faces obstacles, and feels excluded on occasion. Everyday leaders create an environment of inclusion and support where every member of the team can succeed. Through their empathy, everyday leaders make an impact on the lives of those around them.

 

Liz Stincelli is passionate about recognizing and inspiring the leader in each of us.  

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Nine Reasons Why Globalization Can’t Be Permanent

Nine Reasons Why Globalization Can’t Be Permanent | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Since the late 1990s, globalization has seemed to be the great hope for the future. Now this great hope seems to be dimming. Globalization sets up conflict in the area of jobs. Countries around the world compete for development and jobs. If there is not enough cheap-to-produce energy to go around, huge wage disparity is likely…

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(Empathic Leadership) Empathy: A Major Skillset In Demand For Leader

(Empathic Leadership) Empathy: A Major Skillset In Demand For Leader | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it

How do you learn to be more empathetic? I have developed what I call the Empathy Self Audit. It is a way to assess your empathy and do some self-reflection in this area. Ask yourself the following:

Are you aware of how others are feeling?Do you try to avoid hurting the feelings of others?

Do you respect the way others feel, or do you put them down or tease them?

 

Do you care about the feelings of others?

 

Does the display of strong emotions bother you, or do you understand and appreciate what they are experiencing?

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Learning the skill of empathy is in demand, and working with an executive coach can speed up the process. If you are not aware of your own emotional state, then your emotional self-expression will be weak as well. To begin this journey, I suggest taking an emotional intelligence assessment to discover your skill gaps. Your success as a leader is dependent on developing empathy and self-awareness.

 

Melinda Fouts, Ph.D.

, is an international executive coach.


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The 5 Pernicious Patterns Most Leaders Cannot See —

The 5 Pernicious Patterns Most Leaders Cannot See — | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
The hidden forces that sap our ability to innovate & change.

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The Great Humanistic Philosopher and Psychologist Erich Fromm on What Self-Love Really Means and Why It Is the Basic Condition for a Sane Society

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"In the experience of love lies the only answer to being human, lies sanity."

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Sandeep Gautam's curator insight, December 5, 2017 7:48 AM
" In loving I experience “I am you,” you — the loved person, you — the stranger, you — everything alive. In the experience of love lies the only answer to being human, lies sanity." 
Note the similarity between Fromm's notion of Love (self love, love to others and humanity) and the practice of Loving Kindness meditation.
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What might explain the unhappiness epidemic?

What might explain the unhappiness epidemic? | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Changes in how we're spending our free time is a likely culprit.

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Screen use is related to, and rather causes, unhappiness in teens (as well as adults). But screen use of less than an hour , or in moderation, is actually good for happiness.  
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What might explain the unhappiness epidemic?

What might explain the unhappiness epidemic? | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Changes in how we're spending our free time is a likely culprit.

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Sandeep Gautam's curator insight, January 27, 12:23 PM
Screen use is related to, and rather causes, unhappiness in teens (as well as adults). But screen use of less than an hour , or in moderation, is actually good for happiness.  
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18 trends for learning organisations

18 trends for learning organisations | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
On June 7, 2018, I gave a presentation about “HR trends and the opportunities for learning organisations”. I tried to cover 18 trends in 45 minutes, and as the beamer lost connection a couple of times, the actual presentation time was less. I realise it was probably a bit too much for some people in the audience to digest, at the end of a long and intensive conference day. For the audience of last week, and for all others who are interested in the subject, I prepared a summary, that can be digested as slow or fast as you want.

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David Hain's curator insight, June 12, 5:12 AM

Some very useful thought starters from Tom Haak around issues relevant tour organisational future.

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How Humble Leadership Really Works

How Humble Leadership Really Works | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it

Servant-leaders have the humility, courage, and insight to admit that they can benefit from the expertise of others who have less power than them. They actively seek the ideas and unique contributions of the employees that they serve. This is how servant leaders create a culture of learning, and an atmosphere that encourages followers to become the very best they can.

Humility and servant leadership do not imply that leaders have low self-esteem, or take on an attitude of servility. Instead, servant leadership emphasizes that the responsibility of a leader is to increase the ownership, autonomy, and responsibility of followers — to encourage them to think for themselves and try out their own ideas.

Here’s how to do it.


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David Hain's curator insight, June 19, 5:00 AM

They call it servant leadership, but it seems to me it's really just being a good human who accepts leadership responsibility!

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Should We Be Happy At Work?

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Leaders stand to gain a lot by creating a happy work environment. The average person spends 90,000 hours at work over their lifetime. Is it unreasonable to expect that the majority of those should be happy ones?

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Beyond empowerment - are we ready for the self-managed organization? Doug Kirkpatrick at TEDxChico - YouTube

"Self-Management, simply stated, is an organizational model wherein the traditional functions of a manager (planning, coordinating, controlling, staffing and directing) are pushed out to all participants in the organization instead of just to a select few. Each member of the organization is personally responsible for forging their own personal relationships, planning their own work, coordinating their actions with other members, acquiring requisite resources to accomplish their mission, and for taking corrective action with respect to other members when needed."


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David Hain's curator insight, July 6, 3:04 AM

Doug Kirkpatrick on a new way to organise enterprises based on self-organisation.

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Leaders: It’s OK to not know everything 

Leaders: It’s OK to not know everything  | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Disruptive times call for transformational leaders to let go and become more complex themselves to navigate effectively. Little attention has been paid to the cognitive and emotional load that dynamic change creates for leaders. It’s an especially onerous burden, because the very nature of disruption means that leaders must steer their organizations into – and through – a fog of uncertainty.

It’s increasingly clear that to “do” agile, you must “be” agile. How do you do that? By growing more complex ourselves. To do that requires building a bigger inner self so complexity feels simpler and allows us to move with greater purpose, clarity, inner calm and impact. Instead of getting frustrated with all the challenges or with ourselves and our habits, it pays to make the habit your friend.

In our experience, these five personal practices can contribute meaningfully to the mindset required to lead effectively in transformative times. They serve as building blocks of personal inner agility:

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David Hain's curator insight, July 10, 5:47 AM

If we are being our authentic selves, we admit to what we don't know. Why should it be different in a leadership role? Apart from the unlikeliness of knowing everything, people spot faking in a heartbeat!

Ron McIntyre's curator insight, July 13, 10:27 AM

Absolutely a factor. This is why I suggest a adaptive leadership style to handle the VUCCA world we live in today.

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'Nowconomics' And The Change Pandemic: Why You Need A Better Framework For Decision Making

'Nowconomics' And The Change Pandemic: Why You Need A Better Framework For Decision Making | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it

Never before has it been so important for the C-suite to keep an eye on the macro and micro environment. Blink and you might have missed a seismic shift that could be cataclysmic. However, it’s not just the ability to maintain a forensic appreciation of the latest trends that are needed -- it’s the capability to adapt. But organizational change takes time -- particularly the decision making process behind the change. Therefore, a decision making framework through which all opportunities are assessed relative to the organization and external factors is probably the one essential business process in today’s fast-paced landscape.


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David Hain's curator insight, February 9, 5:16 AM

Some useful models for strategic decision making in a 'blink and you've missed it' environment.

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Us versus Them: Reframing Resistance to Change

Us versus Them: Reframing Resistance to Change | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it

Anyone attempting to lead change in an organization knows to expect some resistance. Change is not a rational process; no matter how positive the future you are creating, it’s natural for humans to struggle with it.

Such resistance is no less frustrating for being predictable. At times, it can seem that all that stands between you and your goals are a few naysayers and whiners. And to those on a mission, such reactions can seem like putting one’s head in the sand. “The old business is not coming back,” one CEO told me. “We have to innovate or we will die.” Faced with negative remarks, critical questions, or stony silence, change champions naturally begin to interact more with those already on board, consciously or unconsciously distancing themselves from those who “don’t get it.

Gradually, a wall begins to form between “us” and “them” — champions who support the change, and resisters who openly or quietly oppose it. Unfortunately, approaching change with an “us versus them” mind-set actually increases pushback. When we think of people as resisters, we don’t truly engage with them. We tend to discount their perspective, assuming that if we are right, they must be wrong.


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David Hain's curator insight, February 12, 7:04 AM

People who resist change initiatives may be Luddites - or they may be Guardians, hold continue to see value in the way things are done. How you regard them will likely determine your approach, and your success rate!

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This School Focuses On Teaching Students Happiness, Not Math

This School Focuses On Teaching Students Happiness, Not Math | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
A modern new school in rural India turns the traditional education model on its head–focusing instead on cultivating happy students and compassionate people.

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