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Fertile vs. Fruitful – Does cash stifle creative experimentation? | Can Scorpions Smoke?

Fertile vs. Fruitful – Does cash stifle creative experimentation? | Can Scorpions Smoke? | Leadership Development, brain Science, Change management | Scoop.it
“How’s business?” I was surprised that this simple inquiry had stumped me.  Thinking that I’d not understood the question, the friendly pixelated face on Skype said “Are you busy?" I paused.  “I don’t know” I eventually responded, adding to the confusion.  I was currently immersed in a lot of activity but was this 'good business?'  Trying…
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Learning groups: seven things we've realised about social learning

Learning groups: seven things we've realised about social learning | Leadership Development, brain Science, Change management | Scoop.it

When the Foreign Office’s Diplomatic Academy decided to launch its new Foundation Level, we decided to try to stimulate learning groups across 200+ locations in a global workforce of 14,500 people. No trainers, no formal courses, no experts on planes. We wanted teams to organise the face-to-face element for themselves, based around the e-learning, online materials and guidance.
 
Here are seven things we learnt. Some of them the hard way. 

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How Facing Your Shadow Can Liberate You - The Dream Catcher

How Facing Your Shadow Can Liberate You - The Dream Catcher | Leadership Development, brain Science, Change management | Scoop.it
Does the idea of facing your shadow intimidate you? This article provides easy guidelines that will help you accept and embrace your shadow self.

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[New Blog Post] Are there certain qualities about yourself that you’re unable to change because it’s difficult for you to look at? Do you sometimes find yourself projecting your insecurities on to others? Are there specific habits, memories or tendencies which you find challenging to transform?

Our shadow self is an entity that exists in the deep recesses of our subconscious mind. It houses the most repulsive and unpleasant parts of our being that we prefer not to confront. Most people are uncomfortable or too busy to deal with these unresolved aspects of their being and are therefore susceptible to the potentially negative effects of the shadow no matter how hard they try to repress it or numb it with food, drugs, anti-depressants and alcohol.
 
The key to managing our shadow self is by facing it head on and then balancing it with the other aspects of our personality. In this article I provide a clear outline of the techniques that you can use to work with your shadow to generate a sense of equanimity and stability in your life.
 
By uncovering and embracing our shadow side, you will open the doorway for happiness, fulfilment and true enlightenment.
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[New Blog Post] Are there certain qualities about yourself that you’re unable to change because it’s difficult for you to look at? Do you sometimes find yourself projecting your insecurities on to others? Are there specific habits, memories or tendencies which you find challenging to transform?

Our shadow self is an entity that exists in the deep recesses of our subconscious mind. It houses the most repulsive and unpleasant parts of our being that we prefer not to confront. Most people are uncomfortable or too busy to deal with these unresolved aspects of their being and are therefore susceptible to the potentially negative effects of the shadow no matter how hard they try to repress it or numb it with food, drugs, anti-depressants and alcohol.

The key to managing our shadow self is by facing it head on and then balancing it with the other aspects of our personality. In this article I provide a clear outline of the techniques that you can use to work with your shadow to generate a sense of equanimity and stability in your life.

By uncovering and embracing our shadow side, you will open the doorway for happiness, fulfilment and true enlightenment.
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Why Decisions Get Second-Guessed, and What to Do About It

Why Decisions Get Second-Guessed, and What to Do About It | Leadership Development, brain Science, Change management | Scoop.it
Start by clarifying the decision-making process.
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Seth's Blog: Deconstructing urgent vs. important

Seth's Blog: Deconstructing urgent vs. important | Leadership Development, brain Science, Change management | Scoop.it
A six-year-old who throws a tantrum and refuses to go to school is escalating into the urgent. Going to school every day is important. Mollifying an angry customer is urgent, building systems and promises that keep customers from getting angry...
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Creating a Culture Where Employees Speak Up

Creating a Culture Where Employees Speak Up | Leadership Development, brain Science, Change management | Scoop.it
Inclusivity benefits the bottom line.
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Employees speaking up is easier said than done. Organizations need to invest in developing this skills set in individuals. Especially to speak up when the stakes are high and the emotions are strong. How can employers equip their managers to have these crucial conversations?

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Two Things to Do After Every Meeting

Two Things to Do After Every Meeting | Leadership Development, brain Science, Change management | Scoop.it
Don’t let progress end when the meeting does.
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Second Curve, Global Business - BBC World Service

Second Curve, Global Business - BBC World Service | Leadership Development, brain Science, Change management | Scoop.it
The business commentator and social philosopher Charles Handy talks about his new book.
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After the 'portfolio' career, Handy comes up with the 'Second Curve'...start changing when are at the top of your curve...

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Fertile vs. Fruitful – Does cash stifle creative experimentation? | Can Scorpions Smoke?

Fertile vs. Fruitful – Does cash stifle creative experimentation? | Can Scorpions Smoke? | Leadership Development, brain Science, Change management | Scoop.it
“How’s business?” I was surprised that this simple inquiry had stumped me.  Thinking that I’d not understood the question, the friendly pixelated face on Skype said “Are you busy?" I paused.  “I don’t know” I eventually responded, adding to the confusion.  I was currently immersed in a lot of activity but was this 'good business?'  Trying…
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The fruitful - fertile metaphor is so liberating as compared to the feast-famine one so common in the independent consulting world...

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Do You Have a Manager’s Mindset?

Do You Have a Manager’s Mindset? | Leadership Development, brain Science, Change management | Scoop.it
If you’re trying to do your team’s work for them, probably not.
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Simple insights for an expert transitioning into a manager role...

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Fixed vs. Growth: The Two Basic Mindsets That Shape Our Lives | Brain Pickings

Fixed vs. Growth: The Two Basic Mindsets That Shape Our Lives | Brain Pickings | Leadership Development, brain Science, Change management | Scoop.it
How to fine-tune the internal monologue that scores every aspect of our lives, from leadership to love.

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As a great believer in the Growth mindset...

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This explains a lot of behaviors of people. -Lon

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 "The passion for stretching yourself and sticking to it, even (or especially) when it’s not going well, is the hallmark of the growth mindset. This is the mindset that allows people to thrive during some of the most challenging times in their lives."

Carol Dweck


Challenges promote growth. Pursuits that have a foundation of passion will allow you to overcome failure, resilience to recover from failure, and ultimately success.

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Inner Management The Missing Link to Leadership Excellence

Inner Management The Missing Link to Leadership Excellence Inner Management The Missing Link to Leadership Excellence.
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Worth a listen...universal principles, simply conveyed

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How to Stop Overplanning (Even If You’re a Perfectionist)

How to Stop Overplanning (Even If You’re a Perfectionist) | Leadership Development, brain Science, Change management | Scoop.it
It’s making you more stressed, not more organized.
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Failing to plan is planning to fail

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How Loss Aversion and Conformity Threaten Organizational Change

How Loss Aversion and Conformity Threaten Organizational Change | Leadership Development, brain Science, Change management | Scoop.it
What CEOs can do to overcome them.
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Why Organizations Forget What They Learn from Failures

Why Organizations Forget What They Learn from Failures | Leadership Development, brain Science, Change management | Scoop.it
It’s tough to innovate and be safe at the same time.
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Corporations Weren’t Designed to Run on Code

Corporations Weren’t Designed to Run on Code | Leadership Development, brain Science, Change management | Scoop.it
The big problem with the global digital economy.
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Plants grow, people grow, even whole forests, jungles, and coral reefs grow — but eventually, they stop. This doesn’t mean they’re dead. They’ve simply reached a level of maturity where health is not about getting bigger, but about sustaining vitality. There may be a turnover of cells, organisms, and even entire species, but the whole system learns to maintain itself over time, without the obligation to grow.

Companies deserve to work this way as well.

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Change Management and Leadership Development Have to Mesh

Change Management and Leadership Development Have to Mesh | Leadership Development, brain Science, Change management | Scoop.it
If you’re struggling with one, you’re probably struggling with both.
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Marry your leadership development efforts with your change management program...they work very well together. 

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Don’t Let Your Company Get Trapped by Success

Don’t Let Your Company Get Trapped by Success | Leadership Development, brain Science, Change management | Scoop.it
Five keys to staying on top.
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8 Powerful Ways to Mold Your Children Into Leaders

8 Powerful Ways to Mold Your Children Into Leaders | Leadership Development, brain Science, Change management | Scoop.it
Whether they spend the bulk of their days in the mailroom or the corner office, we want our children to grow to be courageous, passionate and authentic. We want their actions to inspire other people to be their best, to get more out of life than they ever thought possible.

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donhornsby's curator insight, November 30, 2015 8:18 AM

We can mold our children into leaders, but only if we work at it. Few things in life are as worth your time and effort as this.

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Emilie Wapnick: Why some of us don't have one true calling | TED Talk | TED.com

Emilie Wapnick: Why some of us don't have one true calling | TED Talk | TED.com | Leadership Development, brain Science, Change management | Scoop.it
What do you want to be when you grow up? Well, if you're not sure you want to do just one thing for the rest of your life, you're not alone. In this illuminating talk, writer and artist Emilie Wapnick describes the kind of people she calls "multipotentialites" -- who have a range of interests and jobs over one lifetime. Are you one?
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The Best Leaders Are Constant Learners

The Best Leaders Are Constant Learners | Leadership Development, brain Science, Change management | Scoop.it

Seek, sense, share. 

 

To find their way in societal shifts, leaders cannot rely on static maps, nor can they hope to manage complexity through fixating on the details.

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Yes we all learn everyday...but how much time do we invest in learning deliberately? On reflecting...on consciously calibrating our way of being and doing...

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Mindfulness at work: Your path to improved performance, increased resilience ... - NEWS.com.au

Mindfulness at work: Your path to improved performance, increased resilience ... - NEWS.com.au | Leadership Development, brain Science, Change management | Scoop.it
EVER had that experience when you forget a person’s name moments after being introduced to them? Or halfway through writing a report you get distracted by a ringing telephone?
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Easy steps to include the latest 'management trend' around mindfulness in your repertoire...

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Peter Senge: The Heart of Transformation

Peter Senge: The Heart of Transformation | Leadership Development, brain Science, Change management | Scoop.it

Walter Link and Peter Senge discuss inner work, organizational development, sustainable agriculture and how to change society and organizations.

 


Via Kenneth Mikkelsen
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Senge has further developed his thinking after the prolific '5th Discipline'. I am particularly enthused by the neuroscience data that proves ancient wisdom such as the mindfulness practices from Buddhism.  

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Kenneth Mikkelsen's curator insight, September 7, 2015 12:12 PM

Quoting China’s Confucius, Peter Senge summarizes: ‘To become a leader, you first have to become a human being’. 


Ante Lauc's curator insight, October 1, 2015 3:19 AM

PS is autopoietic person, but his followers are far from learning organization. We need it, because we are full of failures.

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10 Great Resources for Systems Thinking and Complexity in Health ...

10 Great Resources for Systems Thinking and Complexity in Health ... | Leadership Development, brain Science, Change management | Scoop.it
Fred Nelson We believe the following ten resources to be great systems thinking and complexity in health resources for health professionals in all fields seeking to apply these ideas to their work. 1.
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