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5 Routines To Clear Mental Clutter

5 Routines To Clear Mental Clutter | leadership | Scoop.it
Endless distractions are leading us to ruin our health. But giving your mind time to "rest and digest" can reverse the damage.

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Are you ready to be a social age leader? | SmartBlogs

Are you ready to be a social age leader? | SmartBlogs | leadership | Scoop.it
Industrial Age leadership was good, or at least efficient. It enabled us to get the most out of every worker; expectations were set; consequences for not m (“@tedcoine: The social age isn't for sissies!
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Why You Need To Feed Your Brain Different Experiences

Why You Need To Feed Your Brain Different Experiences | leadership | Scoop.it
You wouldn't eat one food all the time, so why do you spend all of your workday in front of a screen?
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12 Promises You Should Make to Yourself and Keep Forever

12 Promises You Should Make to Yourself and Keep Forever | leadership | Scoop.it
Practical Tips for Productive Living

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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, September 25, 2014 10:58 AM

I am not sure we own our lives, but we can be responsible for it and what happens in it. I found many teachers and their bosses were always looking for ways to not be responsible. What do you want from me was a common question.

 

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Marcela Contreras M's curator insight, September 26, 2014 12:46 PM

Think positive, just do it. 

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Manager and machine: The new leadership equation

Manager and machine: The new leadership equation | leadership | Scoop.it
What would it take for algorithms to take over the C-suite? And what will be senior leaders’ most important contributions if they do? Our answers to these admittedly speculative questions rest on our work with senior leaders in a range of industries, particularly those on the vanguard of the big data and advanced-analytics revolution. We have also worked extensively alongside executives who have been experimenting most actively with opening up their companies and decision-making processes through crowdsourcing and social platforms within and across organizational boundaries.
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The Traits That Lead To Success - And How To Tell Who's Got Them

The Traits That Lead To Success - And How To Tell Who's Got Them | leadership | Scoop.it

Technology changes quickly. Companies implode and people switch jobs every few years.

 

If 30% of information in some fields becomes obsolete in a year, how long does expertise last? says Liz Wiseman in her forthcoming book, Rookie Smarts: Why Learning Beats Knowing in the New Game of Work.

 

It’s not that expertise isn’t helpful, but success comes from constantly approaching work as a “perpetual rookie,” Wiseman writes, someone who is “living and working perpetually on a learning curve.” People who can do that will thrive. Here’s how to recognize someone who’s always in back-to-school mode:

 


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, September 15, 2014 6:52 PM

Being a good leader often means approaching situations with a rookie mindset. Here's how to tell if you are up to the challenge.

Don Cloud's curator insight, September 22, 2014 1:51 PM

"Being a good leader often means approaching situations with a rookie mindset." 

 

Without this "rookie" mindset, a leader will gravitate towards him/her knowing the answer or relying too heavily on "experts" who supposedly know the answers.  And this will inevitably lead to groupthink and static thinking.

 

Instead, ask thoughtful questions and inspire the same of those around you -- this is the only path to critical thinking and innovation ... and to create the organizational culture that naturally thinks and operates in this way.