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If Humble People Make the Best Leaders, Why Do We Fall for Charismatic Narcissists?

If Humble People Make the Best Leaders, Why Do We Fall for Charismatic Narcissists? | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Human beings hunger for superheroes.
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Ron McIntyre's curator insight, April 12, 2017 6:28 PM

Excellent Question and yes there is a bit of the old HERO Man Leadership school in that process.  

Ron McIntyre's curator insight, April 15, 2017 1:21 PM

As was so appropriately pointed out in the article, the choice is ours.  Always has been and always will be so let's choose wisely who we follow.

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Is Management Humane? Behind The Scenes Of The 10th Peter Drucker Forum

Is Management Humane? Behind The Scenes Of The 10th Peter Drucker Forum | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it

Overall, the Drucker Forum was packed with speakers and their brilliant opinions on what’s wrong with managementand its inhumane way of operating. There simply needed to be more examples of how we can fix it. Over the years of its existence, the Drucker Forum has made great strides regarding global representation, as well as gender and cultural diversity. For example, the 2018 version saw a record number of women participate as chairs or speakers. Thirty-eight percent is impressive. By 2019, I hope it becomes 50 percent.

If there was one comment that should act as a call to action for attendees, it came from Paul Polman (ex Unilever CEO):

“You’re not going to solve problems by attending conferences. You have to do something. If you don’t take action, you’re as guilty as those who created the problems in the first place.”

“Do something,” is the perfect manner in which to say we need more examples of the how.


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David Hain's curator insight, December 7, 2018 11:06 AM

Strong on diagnosis, not so hot when it comes to practiacl solutions - thoughtful musings on the latest Drucker forum from Dan Pontefract.

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87 Fun Office Activities Games and Activities That Make Work Awesome

87 Fun Office Activities Games and Activities That Make Work Awesome | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
If you're looking for some fun office games and activities to make your company a better place to work, this is the only list of ideas you need.

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High-Performing Teams Need Psychological Safety. Here’s How to Create It

High-Performing Teams Need Psychological Safety. Here’s How to Create It | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Five ways to build trust.

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Ron McIntyre's curator insight, October 12, 2017 5:15 PM

What do you think?

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What 2 Best-Selling Researchers Say Are the 10 Biggest Truths About Leadership

What 2 Best-Selling Researchers Say Are the 10 Biggest Truths About Leadership | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Two award-winning authors reveal 10 timeless leadership principles based on 30 years of research.

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Chart: What Great Leaders say to Engage Teams

Chart: What Great Leaders say to Engage Teams | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it

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Jerry Busone's curator insight, February 23, 2017 12:44 PM

#ADPELEFY!&. Nice visual on what the best say often

Jerry Busone's curator insight, February 23, 2017 12:46 PM

#ADPELEFY17

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Empathy and motivation to step up leadership.
 
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4 Movies Scenes You Should Watch to Be a Better Manager

4 Movies Scenes You Should Watch to Be a Better Manager | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Inspiration to be a better manager can come from anywhere, including movies. Watch these 4 movie scenes to be a better manager.

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What Is an Empathy Map & How to Create One

What Is an Empathy Map & How to Create One | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
What is an empathy map? It's a key tool that helps you better understand your customer base. Learn how to use empathy maps in this blog post.

 

How to Create an Empathy Map 1. Decide on a customer persona.

Before diving in, it's important to understand who your customer is. Start by analyzing customer data. Figure out some average demographics and psychographics associated with your customer base.

 

For instance, according to Chron.com, the average Starbucks customer profile includes high-income high-spenders, busy people living in cities, and healthier professionals, among others. Using these insights can help Starbucks come up with a customer profile, such as "Jackie, 28 years old, lives in Boston and makes an income of $90,000 as an account executive. She regularly attends spin classes, is vegetarian, and enjoys sushi and rooftop bars." Similarly, you should come up with a customer persona to which the empathy map is directed.


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(Empathic Leadership) The Quickest Way to Great Leadership Won't Happen Without Improving These 3 People Skills

(Empathic Leadership) The Quickest Way to Great Leadership Won't Happen Without Improving These 3 People Skills | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Build relationships with more empathy.
In several studies, empathy has been found to be a critical driver of human performance. Specifically, the ability of leaders to listen and respond with empathy.

 

 In business conversations that value relationship-building, thinking about a team member's circumstance, understanding someone's challenge and frustration, and developing perspective about what motivates an employee to high performance opens up all kinds of possibilities for other team members to help one another.


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Eight Reasons Why Awe Makes Your Life Better

Eight Reasons Why Awe Makes Your Life Better | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Starting 15 years ago, scientists have been studying the complex and mysterious emotion called awe—one you might have felt if you’ve stood in front of the Taj Mahal, hiked among towering redwoods, or had your mind blown at a concert, play, or ballet.

Inducing goosebumps and dropped jaws, awe experiences are remarkable in their own right. Moreover, a growing body of research suggests that experiencing awe may lead to a wide range of benefits, from happiness and health to perhaps more unexpected benefits such as generosity, humility, and critical thinking.

In our busy lives, seeking awe may be low on our list of priorities. But we might be underestimating its power. “One simple prescription can have transformative effects: Look for more daily experiences of awe,” writes the GGSC’s Dacher Keltner.

The latest research suggests that taking the time to experience awe—whether through engaging with nature, enjoying great art or music, or even bingeing on breathtaking YouTube videos—may be a pathway to improving your life and relationships.

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David Hain's curator insight, September 27, 2018 11:30 AM

We all need a bit of awe in our lives - science explores the benefits.

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What a high AWE is! 

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Why a human-centric culture matters to a finance career A human-centric culture requires a level of empathy because it focuses on the needs of others,

Why a human-centric culture matters to a finance career A human-centric culture requires a level of empathy because it focuses on the needs of others, | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it

What is a human-centric culture?
A human-centric culture requires a level of empathy because it focuses on the needs of others, such as employees concerned about workloads and customers needing their product delivered on time, while fulfilling the financial team’s role to maintain profitability.

Citera says it involves the personal touch: “You don’t operate from your desk and shoot emails. You have to be face to face. You have to have a seat at the table. It’s about becoming a true business partner.”

He says the human-centric finance team must participate in conversations around the organisation, enabling team members to direct, guide and highlight issues.


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What is holacracy? The management approach tested by Google and Zappos.

What is holacracy? The management approach tested by Google and Zappos. | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Ultimately, the greatest value of holacracy may be the idea of holacracy itself. It may not work for every company, but its premise is revolutionary. In essence, it asks for more soulfulness at work—for all of us, no matter our job title, to show up with more intentionality every day. It asks for us to engage with the terrifying act of transcending our egos.

“Look at the stuff that gets in the way of humans connecting fully as humans,” says Robertson. “It’s the politics, bureaucracy—instead of us being vulnerable, authentic creatures that fail. Let’s get a lot of that out of the way.”

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David Hain's curator insight, October 17, 2018 10:12 AM

Interesting article about the history and practice of holacracy. It probably isn't the future of work - much to complex for most organisations. But it points us firmly in the direction of a more human workplace where people at all levels act on their responsibilities in an atmosphere of common purpose. David Marquet's "Turn the Ship Around" never once mentions holacracy - but it does offfer a compelling story about a method of developing leaders at ever level.

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Why Managers Are Central to an Agile Culture

Why Managers Are Central to an Agile Culture | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it

There's growing awareness that organizations need to be far more agile.

Only half of employees globally clearly know what's expected of them at work -- it's hard to respond quickly and nimbly when you're not sure what your responsibilities are.

And most employees are unclear about what their organization stands for, while fewer believe strongly in their organization's values.

There's a reason leaders cite "culture" as an important priority.

Agility, if it exists in an organization at all, is dictated by culture.


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David Hain's curator insight, October 24, 2018 10:54 AM

Gallup on how mind set work, much more than tools,  is critical to being able to become agile.

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How to Be a More Patient Person - The New York Times

How to Be a More Patient Person - The New York Times | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Patience, the ability to keep calm in the face of disappointment, distress or suffering, is worth cultivating. The virtue is associated with a variety of positive health outcomes, such as reducing depression and other negative emotions. Researchers have also concluded that patient people exhibit more prosocial behaviors like empathy, and were more likely to display generosity and compassion.

A 2012 study in the Journal of Positive Psychology identified three distinct expressions of patience: 1. Interpersonal, which is maintaining calm when dealing with someone who is upset, angry or being a pest. 2. Life hardships, or finding the silver lining after a serious setback. And 3. Daily hassles, which is suppressing annoyance at delays or anything irritating that would inspire a snarky tweet.

The good news is that same study found that patience as a personality trait is modifiable. Even if you’re not a particularly patient person today, there’s still hope you can be a more patient person tomorrow. So if you find yourself getting exasperated more than you’d like, here are ways to keep those testy impulses in check.

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David Hain's curator insight, December 6, 2018 10:06 AM

Nice essay on patience, a lifetime quest for me and many others. The advice here to modify my habits makes sense.

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A Face-to-Face Request Is 34 Times More Successful than an Email

A Face-to-Face Request Is 34 Times More Successful than an Email | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
What’s most convenient isn’t always what’s most effective.

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Ron McIntyre's curator insight, April 16, 2017 4:43 PM

Very true insight but getting those F2F meeting are getting more and more difficult unless relationships have been previously established. Then the question of a good ole boys club syndrome can rear it's ugly head. Find the balance is a real art.

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You Just Had a Difficult Conversation at Work. Here’s What to Do Next

You Just Had a Difficult Conversation at Work. Here’s What to Do Next | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
What to say and do to make things less awkward.

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donhornsby's curator insight, May 30, 2017 2:43 PM
Actively building positive relationships after a difficult conversation is not easy, but it is a muscle you can build and it gets easier with practice. It can also give you a reputation as a go-to problem solver and collaborator — key skills for any leader.
 
Paulette Dotson's curator insight, June 14, 2017 4:24 PM
When things do not go as smoothly as you want with employees here are some strategies to help you address the issue.

Jillian Schaibly's curator insight, July 29, 2017 2:43 AM
This is a great article. As an administrator you are going to have tough conversations. It might be with a staff member, student, or parent and you have to know how to handle it professionally. This article gives great tips on how to deal with a tough conversation and what needs to happen after to move on.
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Should We Be Happy At Work?

Should We Be Happy At Work? | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
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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Finland Will Become the First Country in the World to Get Rid of All School Subjects

Finland Will Become the First Country in the World to Get Rid of All School Subjects | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
This is a real revolution in education.

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What the Best Transformational Leaders Do

What the Best Transformational Leaders Do | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Learn from Jeff Bezos and Reed Hastings.

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Why Leadership Development Is Still Stuck In The Dark Ages

Why Leadership Development Is Still Stuck In The Dark Ages | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Leadership Development fails to take into account the realities of who and what we are as human beings and will never succeed in producing the leaders we need. Only leaders that develop self-awareness will have the vision to lead effectively.

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Risks of 'domino effect' of tipping points greater than thought, study says

Risks of 'domino effect' of tipping points greater than thought, study says | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Scientists warn policymakers not to ignore links, and stress that ‘every action counts’

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10 reasons Finland's school system is better 

10 reasons Finland's school system is better  | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it

Many people are familiar with the stereotype of the hard-working, rote memorization, myopic tunnel vision of Eastern Asian study and work ethics. Many of these countries, like China, Singapore, and Japan amongst others routinely rank in the number one spots in both math and science.

Some pundits point towards this model of exhaustive brain draining as something Americans should aspire to become. Work more! Study harder! Live less. The facts and figures don’t lie – these countries are outperforming us, but there might be a better and healthier way to go about this.

Finland is the answer – a country rich in intellectual and educational reform has initiated over the years a number of novel and simple changes that have completely revolutionized their educational system. They outrank the United States and are gaining on Eastern Asian countries.

Are they cramming in dimly-lit rooms on robotic schedules?  Nope. Stressing over standardized tests enacted by the government? No way. Finland is leading the way because of common-sense practices and a holistic teaching environment that strives for equity over excellence. Here are 10 reasons why Finland’s education system is dominating America and the world stage


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David Hain's curator insight, September 11, 2018 10:59 AM

This article on the future of education is written from an American perspective - but it could just as easily be the UK that is the laggard when compared to Finland.

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How to Boost Your Empathy Factor at Work with author, Marie Miyashiro  

How to Boost Your Empathy Factor at Work with author, Marie Miyashiro   | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
Marie Miyashiro is an author, keynote speaker and trainer/consultant, specialised in bringing empathy into the workplace.

 

Her book, The Empathy Factor – Your Competitive Advantage for Personal, Team, and Business Success, has been translated into four languages. In this conversation, we talk about why empathy is so important, the ways to bring empathy into the workplace, which companies and industries are getting onboard with her vision and much more.

 

 


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Why Economists Can't Understand Complex Systems: Not Even the Nobel Prize, William Nordhaus

Why Economists Can't Understand Complex Systems: Not Even the Nobel Prize, William Nordhaus | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it

Nordhaus' approach to climate change mitigation highlights a general problem with how economists tend to tackle complex systems: their training makes them tend to see changes as smooth and gradual. But real-world systems, normally, do what they damn please, including crashing down in what we call the Seneca Effect.


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Philippe Vallat's curator insight, October 16, 2018 4:20 PM

Do read, do figure out by yourself. Limits to Thinking...

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The Mental Habits of Effective Leaders: My Interview with Jennifer Garvey Berger

The Mental Habits of Effective Leaders: My Interview with Jennifer Garvey Berger | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it
In this fast-paced digital economy, it’s impossible to see the changes that are on the horizon. That makes it difficult for leaders to prepare for what’s ahead. In her best-selling books, Changing on the Job, and Simple Habits for Complex Times, author and developmental coach Jennifer Garvey Berger teaches the skills and habits you can adopt today to make you more agile and adaptable to any scenario.

During our discussion, we explore some of the methods Jennifer uses to help individuals become better listeners, better learners, and better leaders. There was so much wisdom in this interview that it was difficult to decide what excerpts to share.

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David Hain's curator insight, October 24, 2018 10:38 AM

There is a lot of leadership wisdom in this podcast from the always excellent Farnam Street blog site.