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Golden Rules of Leadership

Posted: 05/06/2018 by broadyesl in leadership, Uncategorized
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Excerpt from 5 mindsets that contribute to poor results:

The following five specific mindsets may cause you and others to behave in unproductive ways that diminish results and stifle your ability to work well with others:

  • To be right, not wrong
  • To be respected, not disrespected
  • To be in control, not out of control
  • To be appreciated, not unappreciated
  • To be safe, not unsafe  

at http://smartbrief.com/original/2018/04/5-mindsets-contribute-poor-results?utm_source=brief

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Dissent and Disagreement, Unpacked

Posted: 01/06/2018 by broadyesl in leadership, Uncategorized

Reblogged from Paul Kei Matsuda:

From http://bigthink.com/paul-ratner/how-to-disagree-well-7-of-the-best-and-worst-ways-to-argue

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Useful ideas to create safe spaces at work that empower all team members at http://www.syracuse.com/news/index.ssf/2018/04/adon_allen_leadership.html

About Leading So Others Will Follow

Posted: 01/05/2018 by broadyesl in leadership, Uncategorized
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Does your leadership result in followers? If not, read more here at https://hbr.org/2018/04/how-humble-leadership-really-works

Dissent as A Driver For Progress

Posted: 06/04/2018 by broadyesl in leadership, Uncategorized
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How to use disagreement to empower team members. More at https://leadershipfreak.blog/2018/03/18/intelligent-disobedience-5-ways-to-invite-disconfirming-feedback/

What can you learn from your colleagues and how can you frame your interactions with them? Read more at https://www.facultyfocus.com/articles/teaching-professor-blog/those-indispensable-colleagues/?st=FFemail&utm_campaign=Faculty%20Focus&utm_source=hs_email&utm_medium=email&utm_content=61393627&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-8Jze9PhdNxZ3Hdac2Abh1qoWyZ2XZFE28h6vk8ACpcAdn8iKyEgs5iYVlh59ywBu2dGo3UIBY1WehvFCslGRRgqT1AZzu-gbsYBanAH0sRCEzWKlA&_hsmi=61393627

Many of us dread meetings and feel that they do not provide any outcomes for attendees. However, there are some easy steps that can make meetings more meaningful to attendees. Read more about neuroscience-based considerations to add value to your meetings at http://smartbrief.com/original/2018/01/meeting-leadership-5-tips-neuroscience