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12 Things Successful Women Do Differently

12 Things Successful Women Do Differently | management, culture, teamwork,motivation, | Scoop.it
Every woman has her own definition of success. But there are certain traits that most successful women share.
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Nigel Marsh: How to make work-life balance work | Video on TED.com

TED Talks Work-life balance, says Nigel Marsh, is too important to be left in the hands of your employer.
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Marketo Infographic: True Colors: What Your Brand Colors Say About Your Business?

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The insidious power of brand content

The insidious power of brand content | management, culture, teamwork,motivation, | Scoop.it
In advertising, brand content is the new black – the latest hope for an ailing industry (The insidious power of brand content http://t.co/TuLmQyug -- Guardian Tech (@guardiantech)...)...
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It’s Culture that Drives Results

It’s Culture that Drives Results | management, culture, teamwork,motivation, | Scoop.it

People really want to know your results, what are your strategies, what are the issues, what it is that you’re doing to drive your business.

They’re focused on the bottom line.

Never do you get people asking about the culture, about leadership, about the people in the organization. Yet, it’s the reverse, because it’s the people, the leadership, the culture and the ideas that are ultimately driving the numbers and the results.

 

This article contains an introduction to the book All In by Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton which details their 7 step guids to develop a culture where people buy-in


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Virtual Success: The Dark Side of Virtual Teams

Virtual Success: The Dark Side of Virtual Teams | management, culture, teamwork,motivation, | Scoop.it
Poor management, communications breakdowns, unsuitable or badly integrated team members, ill-equipped staff, personality clashes — there are many reasons why virtual teams fail. Not surprisingly,...

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Nine Attitudes of Emotionally Intelligent Leaders and Managers

Nine Attitudes of Emotionally Intelligent Leaders and Managers | management, culture, teamwork,motivation, | Scoop.it

If you would like to find out about 6 ground breaking secrets to accelerate your journey on developing great emotional intelligence read on and register to receive a free report.


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How to build a successful virtual team

How to build a successful virtual team | management, culture, teamwork,motivation, | Scoop.it
Great teams are in essence the backbone of every organization. Putting together the perfect team is not always easy, however. It is very important to choose the correct people for the particular portions of the team so that the team achieves its...

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Why You Need to Ask for Feedback...and How to Use It

Why You Need to Ask for Feedback...and How to Use It | management, culture, teamwork,motivation, | Scoop.it
Lifehack contributor Royale Scuderi examines the importance of feedback...why we need it and how to use it.
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Marketing Is Dead

Marketing Is Dead | management, culture, teamwork,motivation, | Scoop.it
In our social media-infused world, traditional marketing logic just doesn't work.

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The Myth of Learning Styles

The Myth of Learning Styles | management, culture, teamwork,motivation, | Scoop.it

The most popular current conception of learning styles equates style with the preferred bodily sense through which one receives information, whether it be visual, auditory, or kinesthetic (for some reason, no one claims that there are tactile or olfactory learners). We use this sensory definition of learning styles in the examples below, but our conclusions apply equally to other definitions.


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Linda Alexander's comment, July 9, 2012 8:29 AM
While many valid points were certainly made, the article doesn't bust any myths. Foremost, too many folks are capitalizing on learning style books and programs that are not grounded in scientific evidence and may actually harm the way we "think about thinking" and classroom learning. We need to move beyond popular psychology, left and right brain divisions, and attempts to number specific learning styles; theories and programs not thoroughly vetted by evidenced-based research or the cognitive sciences. The brain is far more complex, holistic and malleable than generally believed today. The continual efforts to divide and conquer brain functionality limits the way we view human intelligence, creativity and sparking individual potential. Nonetheless, most of us readily admit we've generally advanced in our thinking with kudos to some of the early learning styles and multiple intelligence myth busters. Moreover, we continue to learn more about processing skills, learning and intelligence in ways that will open doors for children and serve positive purposes in classrooms....
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4 Steps to Successful Virtual Team Building

4 Steps to Successful Virtual Team Building | management, culture, teamwork,motivation, | Scoop.it
Team building in a virtual team is difficult; but it is not impossible. Here are four key steps for successful team building in a virtual office.

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Have You Tried Talking To Your Customers? | The Intercom Blog

Have You Tried Talking To Your Customers? | The Intercom Blog | management, culture, teamwork,motivation, | Scoop.it
RT @destraynor: I wrote a post on the @intercom blog on the importance of user communication and killing speculation.

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The Only Management Strategy You'll Ever Need

The Only Management Strategy You'll Ever Need | management, culture, teamwork,motivation, | Scoop.it

"In one sentence, what is the key to leading people?"


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“Leadership is an affair of the heart!”: Stanford HPM Graduation ...

“Leadership begins with you and your belief in yourself” says Dr. Posner. He describes leadership as a broadly available resource that anyone can manifest, no matter how young, how isolated or with limited resources.

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Becoming a better entrepreneur

Becoming a better entrepreneur | management, culture, teamwork,motivation, | Scoop.it
1. Be the first to offer a product or service in the market. Be an inventor.

2. If you can’t be the first, then be the best.

3. Be holistic and rather than just atomistic

4. Find your passion, and when you find it, be passionate about it.

5. Be bold. Be a deeper diver. Explore the ocean; investigate the tips of the icebergs. In other words, explore places or opportunities where no one is exploring.

6. Don’t stop innovating, until your reach the ultimate form of sophistication, that is, simplicity.

7. Make more sacrifices and wait longer.

8. Be prepared to pass on failures, financial problems, and criticisms.

9. Be unbreakable and flexible. Learn how to set allowances and margin of errors.

10. Orient yourself to become customer-oriented and people-oriented.


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Teamwork! Somebody That I Used to Know - Walk off...

Teamwork! Somebody That I Used to Know - Walk off the Earth (Gotye - Cover) (by walkofftheearth) (Video: Teamwork!
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