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The Real Leadership Lessons of Steve Jobs

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Walter Isaacson: The Real Leadership Lessons of Steve Jobs http://t.co/hC9ElUu7 via @HarvardBiz #innovation #apple #stevejobs...
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Ten Qualities of an Effective Team Player - For Dummies

Ten Qualities of an Effective Team Player - For Dummies | My Learning Record | Scoop.it
If you were choosing team members for a business team in your organization, who would the best team players be?

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Find out more about yourself and how you operate in a team by taking a free psychological test

Find out more about yourself and how you operate in a team by taking a free psychological test | My Learning Record | Scoop.it

What is your team role? Take the free team roles test now and find out.

Or... Jung personality test;  measures your preferences for dealing with and relating to people, processing information, making decisions and organizing your life. What you bring to a team!


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Team Role Theory - Belbin Team Roles

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An introduction to Belbin Team Role theory. Describes each of the 9 Belbin Team Roles and their associated strengths and allowable weaknesses. Check out the FREE resources for more information. What role do you play? Can you spot others?


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Merrill Reid Social Styles

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Have you ever wondered why you hit it off with some people immediately, while with others it's like oil and water? That's because there are four primary behavioral styles, each with a very distinct and predictable pattern of observable behavior. Once you understand these patterns, you have the key to unlock your ability to get along with nearly anyone.

 

The social styles link will you identy your preferred style, those around you.


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Why All Leaders Are Social Workers — Employee Engagement with David Zinger

Why All Leaders Are Social Workers — Employee Engagement with David Zinger | My Learning Record | Scoop.it

"Good managers are leaders, good leaders are managers

managing is as much about lateral relationships among colleagues and associates as it is about hierarchical relationships

Good leaders level and know that when we work socially we are all on the same level even thought we have different strengths, functions, tasks, and responsibilities."

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You can't drive into the future if you're looking into a rear vision mirror | Saxton Speakers Bureau

You can't drive into the future if you're looking into a rear vision mirror | Saxton Speakers Bureau | My Learning Record | Scoop.it

A short article, but a good reminder!!

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Leading Blog: The 11 Essential Elements Needed to Achieve True Collaboration

Leading Blog: The 11 Essential Elements Needed to Achieve True Collaboration | My Learning Record | Scoop.it

True collaboration is the “synergistic relationship formed when two or more entities working together produce something much greater than the sum of their individual abilities and contributions.” It results in something that did not exist before. The focus is on results and not process. 


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Personal Development Plans – Make Them Work | Improve Yourself!

So, by our title you can assume that we mean the vast majority of PDPs don't achieve anything, quite right. In my experience most PDPs end up as highly aspirational, one-sided documents which do little to move anything forward.
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The 5 Qualities of Remarkable Bosses

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Consistently do these five things and the results you want from your employees--and your business--will follow.
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15 Of The Best Leadership Books That Every Business Owner Needs To Read | Addicted 2 Success

15 Of The Best Leadership Books That Every Business Owner Needs To Read | Addicted 2 Success | My Learning Record | Scoop.it
Whether you are starting a Small Business or coaching a basketball team, you need to posess great skills in leadership. Leaders can either make or break a team or company.
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Five Keys to Legendary Leadership

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Leadership — genuine, influential, effective leadership — is a subtle thing. It’s not something that readily reduces to a cookie-cutter recipe or paint-by-numbers formula. We all know that...
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Taking A Team’s Temperature

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The chemistry of a creative team is absolutely critical for making ideas happen. Yet when a problem is brewing, our tendency is often to block it out.

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The de Bono Group - Six Thinking Hats

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Six Thinking Hats® is a simple, effective parallel thinking process that helps people be more productive, focused, and mindfully involved. And once learned, the tools can be applied immediately!

You and your team members can learn how to separate thinking into six clear functions and roles. Each thinking role is identified with a colored symbolic "thinking hat." By mentally wearing and switching "hats," you can easily focus or redirect thoughts, the conversation, or the meeting.


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The Steve Jobs Approach To Teamwork

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“Great things in business are never done by one person. They’re done by a team of people.” – Steve Jobs,


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Another free Mind Mapping tool; MindMeister

Another free Mind Mapping tool; MindMeister | My Learning Record | Scoop.it
Online Mind Mapping and Brainstorming - available for Web, iPhone, iPad and Android...

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Team Collaboration means team work and communication

Team Collaboration means team work and communication | My Learning Record | Scoop.it
Collaborating with coworkers is inevitable but it doesn't have to be a bad thing. Team collaboration is about team work, communication and expectations.

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Feelings Beat Thoughts For Fast Complex Decisions

Feelings Beat Thoughts For Fast Complex Decisions | My Learning Record | Scoop.it
Think or blink? The debate continues with new research on quick, emotion-based decision-making.

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The Five Stages of Team Development

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Most experts agree that teams progress through five different stages of development, which include forming, storming, norming, performing, and adjourning or transforming. This article discusses the five stages of team development, identifies the expected outcomes and challenges, and provides suggestions to ensure teams effectively move through each phase.


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Leveraging Others - Teamwork

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The author describes the importance of using teams to get work done, to achieve results, and succeed in meeting organizational objectives. Simply put, the world-class leader cannot do everything alone.
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