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Increase Focus, Clarity, Creativity & Compassion: Practice Mindfulness | JenniferConnell.com

Increase Focus, Clarity, Creativity & Compassion: Practice Mindfulness | JenniferConnell.com | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it

I have always believed everyone is a leader in their own right and it is a choice to tap into and exercise leadership qualities be it for your family, your neighborhood, civic group, kids sports teams, professional group, personal growth, or unexpectedly helping a friend or stranger in a time of need. No title is necessary to be considered a leader and indeed it is an exciting proposition for one to elicit their leadership qualities to contribute to the greater good, personally or professionally.


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Through this post, Jennifer Connell highlights a bunch of "mindfulness"'s characteristics and benefits, such as:

  • Becoming more focused and sharpen your attention.
  • Cultivating compassion.
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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, January 25, 2014 7:24 PM

Being present and attentive is essential in human relationships and our relationships with the universe.

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Responsive.org - Manifesto

Responsive.org - Manifesto | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it

About the Responsive.org Manifesto

The Responsive Organization Manifesto describes the disruptive factors impacting work today and the fundamental shifts organizations are making to take advantage of those changes. This document is not meant to be exhaustive or to convince people who may not already agree. It is only meant to catalyze those who do agree around a common starting point. Many business and thought leaders are already thinking deeply about these shifts. This document is a common framework around which like-minded people can connect and develop the deeper insights necessary to act.
In the spirit of emergence and experimentation, this manifesto is meant to be a living document which will be updated as our understanding of these shifts and how to communicate them improves.

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Corinne BUHAGIAR's curator insight, February 9, 2016 3:45 PM

The picture is self-explanatory !

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Leadership in the Agile Organization

Leadership in the Agile Organization | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it
Why is “agile” organization design so important in 2018? Companies are only a few years into a decades-long shift away from corporate hierarchy into a world
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Dr. Karen Dietz's curator insight, February 10, 1:50 PM

I love the research shared in this organization that makes the point about the need for agile organizations.

 

Becoming an agile organization is critical to meet the push for digital transformation that is going on today and in the future.

 

I particularly like the comparison chart between today's org common org model, and the future model of an agile company.

 

Where are you at, and where are you headed with this fundamental shift in how business gets done?

 

This review was published by Dr. Karen Dietz for her Tech Leaders curation: www.scoop.it/t/tech-leaders 

Volkmar Langer's curator insight, February 11, 3:27 AM
Designing  a shift  from corporate hierarchy into a world of “company as a network.” - worth to read
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Transformation: Non, vous n’avez pas un problème d’exécution

Transformation: Non, vous n’avez pas un problème d’exécution | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it
C'est une histoire maintes fois vécue: "Notre stratégie de transformation est parfaitement claire. Mais on a un gros problème d'exécution" me confie ce membre du CODIR d'une entreprise du CAC40. En clair, les ruptures surgissent de partout, on dépense des millions en plans de transformation, on met du digital et du startup partout, et rien -…

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La première qualité d’une stratégie est de refléter les capacités de l’organisation. C’est en particulier vrai pour la transformation. Si la stratégie a un problème d’exécution, c’est que l’exécution est un problème stratégique que la stratégie a ignoré.

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20 Cognitive Biases that Screw Up Your Decisions (Infographic)

20 Cognitive Biases that Screw Up Your Decisions (Infographic) | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it
We analyse the latest infographic on cognitive biases and relate it to the recruitment process. 
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L’intelligence artificielle en entreprise, une stratégie et des ambitions à renforcer - Le Cercle

L’intelligence artificielle en entreprise, une stratégie et des ambitions à renforcer - Le Cercle | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it
Malgré leurs investissements en matière de Big data sur les dernières années, les entreprises font face à des obstacles afin d’intégrer la composante algorithmique au cœur de leur modèle d’affaires.
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Comment tirer un véritable ROI de l’intelligence Artificielle. 

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COVER STORY: People and Culture Determine Digital Survival - Not Technology

COVER STORY: People and Culture Determine Digital Survival - Not Technology | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it
Digital transformation has moved from strategy to a matter of survival, according to Australian executives and analysts. So who is doing it well and what do they have in common? In an examination of Australian organisations who are getting digital right, some common themes emerged: digital transformation is no longer
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How Artificial Intelligence Will Reshape the Global Order

How Artificial Intelligence Will Reshape the Global Order | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it
The debate over the effects of artificial intelligence has been dominated by two themes. One is the fear of a singularity, an event in which an AI exceeds human intelligence and escapes human control, with possibly disastrous consequences. The other is the worry that a new industrial revolution will allow machines to disrupt and replace humans in every—or almost every—area of society, from transport to the military to healthcare.
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L'entreprise digitale à la recherche de nouvelles formes de management

L'entreprise digitale à la recherche de nouvelles formes de management | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it
L’« entreprise digitale », et le modèle qui en découle, sont souvent perçus comme un mélange de pragmatisme productiviste et d’utopie californienne, et si ce n’est pas totalement faux, cela résume quelque peu sommairement l’histoire des nouvelles formes de management en vigueur au sein de ces entreprises. Certes, on ne peut nier …
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Design thinking for employee experience management

Design thinking for employee experience management | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it
Design thinking takes aim at the heart of unnecessary workplace complexity by putting the employee experience first–helping to improve productivity by designing solutions that are at once compelling, enjoyable, and simple.
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How to go agile enterprise-wide: An interview with Scott Richardson | McKinsey & Company

How to go agile enterprise-wide: An interview with Scott Richardson | McKinsey & Company | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it
Successfully scaling agile starts with a strategy that’s consistent from the front lines to the C-suite.
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Although agile is a fabulous improvement, its various modes of implementation (e.g., Scrum) are not perfect. For example, product owners do not always have all the answers. Frequently they do not have better [customer] insights nor better ability to prioritize than any other team member. Where possible, a better approach is to have the teams interact directly with customers, for example to codesign products and services with them using design thinking.

It’s truly amazing the insights you can get, and the superior products you can build, when you use human-centered design like this. The insights from direct customer observation or cocreation are far superior to relying on customer-survey results or the opinions of our relationship-management staff.

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The ‘Adaptable Leader’ is the New Holy Grail — Become One, Hire One

The ‘Adaptable Leader’ is the New Holy Grail — Become One, Hire One | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it
Anne Dwane, CBO at Chegg, has had to adapt a lot in her career as she's started and sold companies. Here's what she learned.
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Oldies but always good to remember from time to time!

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To Be a Strong Leader, There Are 6 Things You Must Give Your People (Most Rarely Do)

To Be a Strong Leader, There Are 6 Things You Must Give Your People (Most Rarely Do) | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it

The impact of work cultures on the bottom line is a hot business topic. More execs and HR leaders are connecting the dots on how an ecosystem of commonly held values, beliefs, and positive work behaviors drives engagement, innovation, and high performance.

Yet culture doesn't just happen. It takes visionary, servant leadership at the top creating the environment for intrinsically motivated employees to release discretionary effort.

These are selfless leaders who shine the spotlight on others instead of themselves. They have one thing in mind: How do I empower my tribe to reach their potential? You'll find that they are givers--in a personal, leadership, and organizational sense.


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So true, nothing to add... Just do it!

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Andrea Ross's curator insight, June 13, 2017 6:19 AM

As leaders we can sometimes think we are too busy to consider the organisational health of the company as we can be consumed with bottom line results. This article reminds us all that commonly held beliefs, strong values and positive work behaviours do drive engagement and ultimately stronger results. If you like this article then do read The Advantage by Patrick Lencioni who focuses solely on the benefits of building a cohesive leadership team who cited "The single greatest advantage any company can achieve is organisational health". Happy Reading and Happy Holidays. 

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5 Great Ways Entrepreneurs Create Winning Cultures - Resource Partners

5 Great Ways Entrepreneurs Create Winning Cultures  - Resource Partners | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it
Long-term success isn't possible without the right company culture and smart entrepreneurs will make sure that from the start they have a winning culture in
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Leadership: A mix of sense making, management, pro-activity, awareness and openness to others (companies, methods, practices...), curiosity, taste for innovation, and empathy...

 

Can't be complicated! :D

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12 Critical Competencies For Leadership in the Future — Medium

12 Critical Competencies For Leadership in the Future — Medium | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it
“ The rate of change in the business world today is greater than our ability to respond.”
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David Ednie's curator insight, April 26, 2016 4:28 AM

If you had to pick 3 what would they be? Here is my vote for the Top#3:

1. Develop an Adaptive Mindset

5. Anticipate and Create Change

7. Be an Agile Learner

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Rethinking Hierarchy in the Workplace

Rethinking Hierarchy in the Workplace | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it
Flat structures, research shows, can create more functional teams.
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Navy SEALS exemplify this idea. Strict hierarchy dominates out in the field: When a leader says go left, they go left. But when the team returns for debrief, “they literally leave their stripes at the door,” says Greer. The hierarchy disappears; nobody is a leader, nobody a follower. “They fluidly shift out of these hierarchical structures,”

 

Such a good example to follow!

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L' économie de la connaissance

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Les 3 étapes fondamentales de toutes révolutions : 1. Ridicule 2. Dangereux 3. Évident

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Why Even AI-Powered Factories Will Have Jobs for Humans

Why Even AI-Powered Factories Will Have Jobs for Humans | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it
The greatest gains come when machines and people work together.
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As Musk himself tweeted last April, “Yes, excessive automation at Tesla was a mistake. To be precise, my mistake. Humans are underrated.”

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Les 4 qualités qui feront de vous un vrai leader

Les 4 qualités qui feront de vous un vrai leader | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it
Quelles sont les qualités communes aux dirigeants les plus respectés ? En voici quatre.
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Google Spent a Decade Researching What Makes a Great Boss. They Came Up With These 10 Things

Google Spent a Decade Researching What Makes a Great Boss. They Came Up With These 10 Things | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it
Google's spent the last 10 years studying the habits of effective managers. You can learn a lot from their conclusions.
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CEOs should stop saying this about tech

CEOs should stop saying this about tech | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it
Here’s something that I sometimes hear CEOs and other business leaders say –  and seemingly without much forethought. “Of course, the technology is the easy bit..” It’s one of those trite phrases that gets picked up and repeated in everyday corporate life, as if they were statements of obvious truth and wisdom, upon which we all …
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Absurdités en entreprise - Julia de Funès, à l'USI

Informations et inscription sur http://www.usievents.com Embarquement immédiat pour un voyage philosophique ! Décryptons avec un regard décalé le monde des affaires, pour mieux le comprendre et moins le subir. Nous ferons voler en éclats les clichés, le sérieux, les idées toutes faîtes, les lourdeurs du balisé, les (im)postures comportementales en cultivant le point d’interrogation. Non pas pour tout prendre à la légère, mais pour considérer avec humour et distance ce monde qui fait parfois des process, du conformisme, de la soumission à l’avis général, et à l’ère du temps le sommet des priorités, au détriment du sens de ce qui est entrepris.

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7 Skills Managers Will Need In 2025

7 Skills Managers Will Need In 2025 | Leadership, Strategy & Management | 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, 2017 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, 2017 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, 2017 7:43 AM

Interesting insight...

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7 Questions That Will Change The Way You Lead Forever

7 Questions That Will Change The Way You Lead Forever | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it
Article originally written by James Carbary

Coaching is one of the most powerful leadership and sales tools.

It can be tempting to dismiss it as time-consuming or handholding, but both of those assumptions are mistaken. In his book, The Coaching Habit, Michael Bungay Stanier gives busy leaders advice on how to coach effectively.

In ten minutes or less, you can ask strategic and thought-provoking questions that can help drive beneficial changes in behavior, help build team cohesiveness, and get things done effectively.

Here are his seven questions to add to your coaching toolbox to make your life easier and get big results.

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David Hain's curator insight, July 13, 2017 6:47 AM

Some really excellent coaching questions here, for professional coaches and managers alike!

Ron McIntyre's curator insight, July 16, 2017 11:11 AM

These are some basic questions that can start the ball rolling. The real power comes in the listening and coaching that follows.

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Leadership Development: The Path To Becoming Our Highest Self

Leadership Development: The Path To Becoming Our Highest Self | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it

Perhaps the most surprising element in business today is that we often behave in ways that are extremely ineffective and quite beneath us. Even those among us who are highly educated senior-level professionals fall into these traps. 


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clara noble's curator insight, June 15, 2017 8:49 AM
Working on the being part of human... what about you?
Jerry Busone's curator insight, June 30, 2017 7:51 AM

#leadership #development #offthebenchleadership

CCM Consultancy's curator insight, November 2, 2017 1:41 AM

Make it your goal to become a person: a human being worthy of your own admiration and respect.

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The Easy Daily Habits 24 Executives Say Give Them an Edge

The Easy Daily Habits 24 Executives Say Give Them an Edge | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it

You might be surprised at the routines these high achievers swear by.

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The most successful people I know share some common traits. They're confident, hard-working, astute with money, and health conscious. They also stick to certain routines proved over time to work. Check out these quotes from 24 successful executives who credit simple daily habits for helping them get ahead in business and life.

 

 

  1. Get a head-start at home.
  2.  No phones during family time.
  3. Floss every night.
  4. Say "hello" to everyone and take interest in what they are working on.
  5. Build relationships with face-to-face time.
  6. Stand for 15 minutes out of each hour.
  7. Make the right enemies.
  8. Exercise.
  9. Use the "bassackward" agenda.
  10. Do something daily to expand your network.
  11. Take a five-minute time out for personal reflection.
  12. Don't do the things you are good at.
  13. Give yourself time.
  14. Create a prioritized daily to-do list.
  15. Pray and give thanks every morning before your feet hit the ground running.
  16. Drink more water.
  17. Think of projects as white-water rafting.
  18. Celebrate every employee.
  19. Find a way to notice and recognize at least one employee a day.
  20. Connect with people on a personal level.
  21. Read positivity every day.
  22. Never assume that you know what matters most to your customer.
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4 Types of Leaders Who Aren’t Ready for Coaching

4 Types of Leaders Who Aren’t Ready for Coaching | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it

All over the world, leaders are using coaching to gain a competitive edge. But does coaching solve every problem one might encounter in the workplace? “No. It’s not a panacea,” says coaching expert Patricia Overland in an article for Chief Learning Officer. “Determining when coaching is a good investment can be challenging.” Overland shares a couple of examples from her experience when a leader may not be ready to learn and apply coaching skills. Overland explains that offering coaching without addressing these underlying beliefs is usually a recipe for failure.

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