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14 Benefits of Mindfulness. {Infographic}

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After studying this infographic and perusing all the benefits of mindfulness (and how mindfulness actually works), I'm going to be more mindful about being mindful.

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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, March 24, 2014 11:19 PM

This is a very detailed infographic with a little history, practical elements, and a lot about benefits.

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Everyone a Network Weaver – HiveMind Institute –

In February 2017, we posted an article called “Activism and the New Science” where we explored the power of social network analysis (SNA) in a context of civil society movements. We explored how…
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7 Articles to Improve Your Workplace Culture

7 Articles to Improve Your Workplace Culture | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
A reading list to help your organization look inward and examine how to better foster a culture where employees are empowered to thrive, collaborate, and innovate for maximum social impact.
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Coming of Age Digitally

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In the 2018 Digital Business Report, MIT SMR and Deloitte find that digitally maturing organizations encourage distributed leadership and a healthy appetite for experimentation.
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Complexity inside and out – Benefit Mindset –

Stephen Hawking has called this century, ‘the century of complexity’. The moment mainstream culture awakens to the complex nature of reality. The realisation that while the universe is comprised of…
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What Great Listeners Actually Do

What Great Listeners Actually Do | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
Good listening is much more than being silent while the other person talks. To the contrary, people perceive the best listeners to be those who periodically ask questions that promote discovery and insight. These questions gently challenge old assumptions, but do so in a constructive way. Sitting there silently nodding does not provide sure evidence that a person is listening, but asking a good question tells the speaker the listener has not only heard what was said, but that they comprehended it well enough to  want additional information. Good listening was consistently seen as a two-way dialog, rather than a one-way “speaker versus hearer” interaction. The best conversations were active.


Good listening included interactions that build a person’s self-esteem. The best listeners made the conversation a positive experience for the other party, which doesn’t happen when the listener is passive (or, for that matter, critical!). Good listeners made the other person feel supported and conveyed confidence in them. Good listening was characterized by the creation of a safe environment in which issues and differences could be discussed openly.
Good listening was seen as a cooperative conversation

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New Leadership

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The Changing Face of Modern Leadership


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John Thurlbeck, FCMI FRSA's curator insight, January 31, 2016 9:12 AM

Loved this infographic from HBR/Daniel Goleman about some fundamental modern-day leadership focus!

Joe Boutte's curator insight, May 31, 5:56 PM

A nice infographic and article that expresses volumes of leadership books.

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Life transitions: A collective inquiry for women system leaders

Systems leadership is characterized by leadership traits that resonate and align with feminine skills and ways of knowing: leveraging and building networks; valuing and nurturing deep relationships; working in decentralized teams; listening to intuition; scaling deep and scaling up; working at the cultural levels — are all skills required for working in complex systems and towards systems change. At this pivot moment for our society:

Our Questions here: What are emerging trends in our leadership for systems change and how can we centre and celebrate these together? How might we leverage and strengthen our leadership capacities when our skills are so badly needed? How can we purposefully pass wisdom up and down the generations, valuing both those women who’ve come before us and those who are coming after us? How can we bring more awareness and value to our leadership styles?

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connected coaching

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My work over the past several decades has confirmed that the best leaders are constant learners. The essence of leadership or management in organizations today is helping make your networks smarter, more resilient, and able to make better decisions. Those in leadership positions need to be good learners.
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Simple Habits for Complex Times: Powerful Practices for Leaders: Jennifer Garvey Berger, Keith Johnston: 9780804799430: Amazon.com: Books

Simple Habits for Complex Times: Powerful Practices for Leaders: Jennifer Garvey Berger, Keith Johnston: 9780804799430: Amazon.com: Books | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
Simple Habits for Complex Times: Powerful Practices for Leaders [Jennifer Garvey Berger, Keith Johnston] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. When faced with complex challenges or uncertain outcomes, many leaders believe that if they are smart enough
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This Quiz Shows How Well You Handle Uncertainty

This Quiz Shows How Well You Handle Uncertainty | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
The answer might say a lot about your politics and your beliefs.
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Why the Leader is the Network

Why the Leader is the Network | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
I am saddened to learn that Mila Baker passed away recently. While I did not know her personally, she was a mentor from a distance.A few years ago, I read her book about peer-to-peer leadership an…...
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The Power Manual

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All social relations are laden with power. Getting out from under dominant power relations and mastering power dynamics is perhaps the most essential skill for change agents across all sectors seeking to ignite positive change in the world.This …
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5 Things A Social Leader Does Every Day

5 Things A Social Leader Does Every Day | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
Social Leadership is not just about thinking, it’s about taking action, every day. The culture of an organisation is co-created through the actions of every individual, in the moment, through the things they say and do. So whilst our journey to Social Leadership may start with introspection, it rapidly moves to action. As we curate…

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Learning Leaders Inspiring Community Action Through Appreciative Inquiry

Learning Leaders Inspiring Community Action Through Appreciative Inquiry | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
This article in the AI Practitioner outlines the formation, work and growth of the Using Our Influence (UOI) collaborative. Learning leadership, developed and expressed through Critical Appreciative Inquiry (CAI), is described as an approach for transformative community empowerment and...

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Complexity inside and out – Benefit Mindset –

Stephen Hawking has called this century, ‘the century of complexity’. The moment mainstream culture awakens to the complex nature of reality. The realisation that while the universe is comprised of…
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From Me to We — the shift in behavior I see in powerful communities

On our journey to help people build more meaningful communities, I have been thinking a lot about the following hypothesis and I’d be so grateful for any thoughts, feedback and inputs. This is total…
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Your roles in this new world

Your roles in this new world | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
This video addresses one of the questions I see leaders struggle with most. Can I still make decisions? And if I do, how will this not contradict what this is all about? This transition seems to need forceful leadership, but how is that not old style top-
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Complexity, Equity and the Place of “Expertise”

Complexity, Equity and the Place of “Expertise” | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
“Mutual learning is only possible when all participants are willing to be wrong … willing to learn, to explore new ideas, to go off the map, out of the known, and together grope in the …
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Walk the Talk: Invest in Consultants of Color #DisruptPhilanthropyNow —

Walk the Talk: Invest in Consultants of Color #DisruptPhilanthropyNow — | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
As a woman of color and small business owner, I see little opportunity for growth within the foundation community. While there’s all sorts of conversation about racial equity “in the work,” I’ve seen little evidence that philanthropy has updated its own internal practices to reflec
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Inspiration and tools for creating the future we want. Courage to live it now.

Inspiration and tools for creating the future we want. Courage to live it now. | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
Inspiration and tools for creating the future we want. Courage to live it now.
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What might ‘Healing’ the International Development Sector look like?

Last year I interviewed 30 women working in international development and humanitarian work. Without fail each woman I spoke with expressed great passion for the work she does. Many linked their…
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How to Be Better at Uncertainty

How to Be Better at Uncertainty | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
The benefits of uncertainty include better decision-making, increased empathy, and increased creativity.
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