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The Challenge of Pro-Active Leadership and the Danger of Procrastination

The Challenge of Pro-Active Leadership and the Danger of Procrastination | Vocation and career | Scoop.it
Leadership is supposed to transform companies in ways so that they are better able to meet future challenges. Too often, however, leaders fail in making the right decisions when it matters, as they lack a pro-active attitude.
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Kenneth Mikkelsen's curator insight, November 21, 2013 7:34 AM

Are you guilty of procrastination?

“Procrastination stands for leader’s tendency to delay making important decisions while executing the less important ones.”

David De Cremer of China Europe International Business School - CEIBS discusses how and why procrastination as an individual tendency underlies the lack of pro-active leadership.

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#Richard Branson on Increasing #Employee Engagement

#Richard Branson on Increasing #Employee Engagement | Vocation and career | Scoop.it
“Success in business is all about people, people, people.”
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Lisa McCarthy's curator insight, August 12, 2014 6:13 AM

How can companies increase engagement? An insightful New York Times article by Tony Schwartz and Christine Porath included a survey of more than 12,000 employees that identified four drivers: physical (having the opportunity to recharge); emotional (feeling valued); mental (having the ability to work autonomously); and spiritual (feeling connected to a higher purpose).

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How to Prioritize Projects? – Part 2

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“Now that we have examined the pros and cons of the purely financial approach to portfolio let us turn our attention to a more balanced approach called the “scoring model”.The essence of the scoring”
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#Hr #RRHH #empresas #Pymes Three Secrets of Organizational Effectiveness

#Hr #RRHH #empresas #Pymes Three Secrets of Organizational Effectiveness | Vocation and career | Scoop.it
“ How the practices of pride builders can help you build a high-performance culture.”
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How to See Messages in the Facebook App Without Downloading Messenger

How to See Messages in the Facebook App Without Downloading Messenger | Vocation and career | Scoop.it
Good news, Facebook Messenger haters -- there's a way to keep your messages in the main app without downloading Messenger.
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5 ways emotional unavailability may be affecting you at work

5 ways emotional unavailability may be affecting you at work | Vocation and career | Scoop.it
We usually think of emotionally unavailable people as people who are unable to commit in romantic relationships. The reality is that all humans are emotionally defended to some extent. We humans tend to have a very poor understanding of ourselves. We are often overly aware of how others may be mistreating us and yet completely miss the subtle and not so subtle ways in which we may be pushing other people away. In this post I will focus on some ways in which emotional unavailability shows up at work
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30 Tips To Build Your Personal Brand From 37 Experts

30 Tips To Build Your Personal Brand From 37 Experts | Vocation and career | Scoop.it
“When it comes to building your brand online, the most important thing to do from the beginning is to define your identity and be original. Many businesses make the mistake of trying to be everyone’s best friend. “Be unique. Don’t create a brand that’s just like everyone else’s,” says Jeet Banerjee of Statfuse.com. In the […]”
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How Do You Build Trust In A Trust-Deficient World?

How Do You Build Trust In A Trust-Deficient World? | Vocation and career | Scoop.it
Trust is the operating system of every organization and every relationship. Think about that metaphor. If the operating system on your computer is flaky, nothing seems to work right. Even if you have the best software programs, an unreliable operating system will cause you constant grief. The same goes for the trust levels in organizations and relationships. Where trust is fragile, people are always looking over their shoulders. They’re reluctant to share information, collaborate, or accept accountability for results. In low-trust environments, everything seems to slow down. Nobody seems willing to do much of anything without a lot of hoop-jumping and multiple approvals.
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donhornsby's curator insight, July 16, 2014 6:16 PM

(From the article): Finally, aside from the fact that it’s simply the right thing to do, here are ten benefits of being trustworthy.

Psychological well-beingMeaningful friendships and business relationshipsFaster, more efficient decision makingGreater personal effectiveness in groupsGreater support for your decisionsCareer promotionsWin/win opportunitiesRole modeling trustworthy behaviorMore time for creativity and relaxationMore money in your pocket (people want to do business with those they trust)
Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, July 16, 2014 9:35 PM

Trust is not an operating system. It is not a commodity. It cannot be manufactured. It is earned in the daily relationships we have with other people. It is situational and contextual. When I consider the ten key elements of servant-leadership, they are the hard work used in entering relationships and building trust in the daily give and take.

AlGonzalezinfo's curator insight, July 16, 2014 11:58 PM


I really appreciate the following trust benefits listed in the article:


  1. Psychological well-being
  2. Meaningful friendships and business relationships
  3. Faster, more efficient decision making
  4. Greater personal effectiveness in groups
  5. Greater support for your decisions
  6. Career promotions
  7. Win/win opportunities
  8. Role modeling trustworthy behavior
  9. More time for creativity and relaxation
  10. More money in your pocket (people want to do business with those they trust)