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This Inspiring TED Talk Celebrates Imperfection as the Key to Success

This Inspiring TED Talk Celebrates Imperfection as the Key to Success | Network Leadership | Scoop.it

True innovation starts with ditching the ideal of perfection.

 

Studies have shown that self-doubt can potentially be a major hurdle to women's success. There's evidence we might not ask for a promotion, apply for a job we're absolutely qualified for or execute on a big idea because we're not as confident in our abilities as men.

 


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Most girls are taught to avoid risk and failure. We're taught to smile pretty, play it safe, get all A's. Boys, on the other hand, are taught to play rough, swing high, crawl to the top of the monkey bars and then just jump off head first.

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Dané Davis's curator insight, March 10, 2016 5:43 PM

Are we still teaching our girls growing up to avoid risk and failure, while their counterparts are taught to play rough, swing high, and crawl to the top of the monkey bars just to jump off head first?  Are we perpetuating habits that stiffen women in their future success? 

Melissa Ness's curator insight, March 15, 2016 9:12 AM

Most girls are taught to avoid risk and failure. We're taught to smile pretty, play it safe, get all A's. Boys, on the other hand, are taught to play rough, swing high, crawl to the top of the monkey bars and then just jump off head first.

Donna Farren's curator insight, March 29, 2016 2:15 PM

Most girls are taught to avoid risk and failure. We're taught to smile pretty, play it safe, get all A's. Boys, on the other hand, are taught to play rough, swing high, crawl to the top of the monkey bars and then just jump off head first.

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Positive & Appreciative Leadership –

Positive & Appreciative Leadership – | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
When I talk about positive leadership it is often interpreted as saying that Leaders should be up-beat to the point of responding with “happy clap”, that is not what positive leadership is all about.

Positive Leadership is informed by scientifically proven positive psychology principles.

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What if every Leadership Program equipped participants to identify, talk about, and Intervene to address White Privilege? | Leadership Learning Community

What if every Leadership Program equipped participants to identify, talk about, and Intervene to address White Privilege? | Leadership Learning Community | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
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Advanced facilitation - with John Buck (6 sessions Oct-Dec) Tickets, Thu, Oct 18, 2018 at 8:30 PM

Advanced facilitation - with John Buck (6 sessions Oct-Dec) Tickets, Thu, Oct 18, 2018 at 8:30 PM | Network Leadership | Scoop.it

This 6-session training is designed for those who have some experience with sociocracy but would like to deepen their skills in sociocracy and practice facilitation. These online classes will be held by John Buck in cooperation with Sociocracy For All. 
John Buck has extensive leadership experience with government and corporations, including managing more than 200 people on information technology projects. John is the first person, not native to the Netherlands, to be certified in the circle-organization method of governance (dynamic governance), thus, becoming the first certified consultant in dynamic governance in the United States. As head of GovernanceAlive LLC, he has introduced dynamic governance to a wide range of businesses and organizations, assisting them in designing work and making group decisions effectively by “rewiring” their basic power structure. He earned a Master’s degree from George Washington University and is coauthor of We the People: Consenting to a Deeper Democracy – A Guide to Sociocratic Principles and Methods and Company-wide Agility with Beyond Budgeting, Open Space, and Sociocracy. John is currently on the boad (mission circle) of Sociocracy For All. 
This intensive, experiential class grows deep skills for guiding many kinds of meetings. It draws on Sociocracy (Dynamic Community Governance) and also includes elements of Agile and Open Space as well as presentations by guest speakers on neuro linguistic programing (NLP), emotional intelligence, and new software designed with consent-based decision-making in mind. Participants will get practice in teaching others how to facilitate. The class meets six times over a nine-week period.
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A few words about the schedule/timing: The classes have been scheduled in a way so that people from very different time zones are able to participate. The sessions fall into a time when some countries change their clock (from summer to winter time and vice versa). Overall, it is most convenient to keep the time constant for European Central Time (Paris time) at 20.30 CET. This means, however, that everyone outside of that time zone has to carefully check each session individually for the actual time in their time zone. The session times in the list below have links that display each event time on a world clock, adjusted for daylight savings. 
Thur, Oct 18 - 2:30pm New York, 20.30 Paris, 5:30am Melbourne next day
Thur, Oct 25 - 2:30pm New York, 20.30 Paris, 5:30am Melbourne next day
Thur, Nov 1 -  3:30pm New York, 20.30 Paris, 6:30am Melbourne next day
Thur, Nov 8 -  2:30pm New York, 20.30 Paris, 6:30am Melbourne next day
Thur, Nov 29 - 2:30pm New York, 20.30 Paris, 6:30am Melbourne next day
Thur, Dec 13 - 2:30pm New York, 20.30 Paris, 6:30am Melbourne next day
Each class session is 2 hours (120 minutes)

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Skills For A Local Revolution

Skills For A Local Revolution | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
PeoplesHub is an online interactive school where you can learn and share new tools, skills, and strategies for making change where you live.
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:: Facilitator as Energy Conductor

:: Facilitator as Energy Conductor | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
Three years ago, I had a client situation where two people engaged in an intense conflict during a gathering I was facilitating and I felt terribly unequipped how to handle the conflict. I knew I needed more training in order to be of best service my clients amidst these kinds of intense, unexpected conflict situations.

I became fascinated with conflict. First, I completed a 9-month Integral Facilitator program and then a two-year MA in Leadership with a focus on Peace Building and Conflict T
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Managing conflict and group energy is particularly important within networks. This article makes the case that the role of the facilitator is not just to "hold a safe space" but to help generate, direct, and focus a network's attention and energy. Especially useful is the power of directing attention to polarities, identifying (stating) the conflicts, and giving permission to disagree. These practices free members from feeling the need to defend, identify, or entrench around a position or issue. 
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Action learning facilitator training courses

Action learning facilitator training courses | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
Train as an action learning facilitator via ILM endorsed course. Regular courses at our London venue, or in-house courses for organisations.
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Our Future Needs Systems Leadership

Our Future Needs Systems Leadership | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
If we think in systems using all of our intelligences, then VUCA won't stop us.
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Essential Pillars of Effective Shared Leadership – Virtual Teams for Systemic Change –

I sure have, and so had every other social venture leader who attended our recent webinar “Whose Job is it Anyways?”. It’s not surprising, given that the maps and methods for effective shared…
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Leading Networks toward Action: Facilitating Effective Discussions with Diverse Stakeholders - YouTube

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Leading with a Network Mindset: Training Opportunities | Leadership Learning Community

Leading with a Network Mindset: Training Opportunities | Leadership Learning Community | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
LLC is partnering with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to offer a series of trainings to people and organizations interested in understanding more about how networks can amplify collective efforts to make sure that everyone has the opportunity to lead the healthiest life possible.
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The Reflection Pool: White Supremacy in the Workplace by FSLN Admin :: Food Systems Leadership Network (powered by Entrepid)

The Reflection Pool: White Supremacy in the Workplace by FSLN Admin :: Food Systems Leadership Network (powered by Entrepid) | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
The Reflection Pool: White Supremacy in the Workplace
Reflections by the Wallace Center's Susan Schempf

Perfectionism--- check
Sense of Urgency-- chec
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Resilience Women Asheville Cultivates a Culture of Consent | Circle Forward

Resilience Women Asheville Cultivates a Culture of Consent | Circle Forward | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
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The Response: Disaster collectivism and community resilience

The Response: Disaster collectivism and community resilience | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
Last year was an awakening for people all across the United States. Sixteen climate-fueled disasters left the country with a death toll in the thousands and $300 billion in damages. The severe storms, wildfires, inland floods, crop freezes, drought, and tropical cyclones touched nearly everyone in one way or another.
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Hey people with privilege, you need to be OK with making mistakes and being called out

Hey people with privilege, you need to be OK with making mistakes and being called out | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
Hi everyone, before we begin this week’s post, a quick announcement: If you’re in Seattle, the community-centric fundraising summit originally scheduled for September 27th has been postponed until …
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Designing Leadership Support/Development Approaches that are Race Conscious and Contribute to Racial Equity | Leadership Learning Community

Designing Leadership Support/Development Approaches that are Race Conscious and Contribute to Racial Equity | Leadership Learning Community | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
Appreciation and update: First of all, a huge appreciation to the many folks who have been contributing to our collaborative work to create a useful and rich racial equity resource for folks who provide and fund leadership development.
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Leading with a Network Mindset: Training Opportunities | Leadership Learning Community

Leading with a Network Mindset: Training Opportunities | Leadership Learning Community | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
LLC is partnering with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to offer a series of trainings to people and organizations interested in understanding more about how networks can amplify collective efforts to make sure that everyone has the opportunity to lead the healthiest life possible.
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Hey progressives, can we stop using the tools of social justice to tear one another down?

Hey progressives, can we stop using the tools of social justice to tear one another down? | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
Hi everyone. This might be another one of those serious posts, so please take a few deep breaths and eat some dark chocolate. While perusing an online group, I witnessed a conversation between seve…
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The Empathy Effect

The Empathy Effect | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
Empathy is undergoing a new evolution. In a global and interconnected culture, we can no longer afford to identify only with people who seem to be a part of our “tribe.” As Dr. Helen Riess of Harvard Medical School has learned, our capacity for empathy is not just an innate trait—it is also a skill that we can learn and expand. With The Empathy Effect, the leading researcher presents a groundbreaking teaching book to help us learn essential skills for transforming the way we relate to others in any situation.
 
“Nourishing empathy lets us help not just ourselves,” says Dr. Riess, “but also everyone we interact with, whether for a moment or a lifetime.” Drawing from her empathy training curricula now used internationally in health care, business, and education, she takes us step by step through her EMPATHY program.

 

Here you’ll learn to enhance empathic behavior in yourself and others; recognize and reverse dehumanization and scapegoating tactics; practice empathy at work, home, and in everyday settings; discover ways to build empathy in groups and leadership positions; and much more.


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The Mediator's Toolkit

The Mediator's Toolkit | Network Leadership | Scoop.it
Learn how to formulate and ask penetrating, paradigm-shifting questions for successful outcomes in any conflict.Knowing how to formulate and ask incisive questions to get to the core of a conflict, challenge entrenched thinking, and shift …
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