01 Aug

Competent Leader

The Most Important Leadership Competencies, According to Leaders Around the World

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Leading the Team You Inherit

Idea in Brief What’s Wrong Most team-building frameworks assume that you get to cherry-pick members and set the direction and tone from day one. But leaders usually don’t have that luxury; they must work with the people they inherit. What’s Needed Leaders who are taking over and transforming a team need guidance on how to navigate the transition and improve performance.

The New Science of Building Great Teams

Artwork: Andy Gilmore, Chromatic, 2010, digital drawing If you were looking for teams to rig for success, a call center would be a good place to start. The skills required for call center work are easy to identify and hire for. The tasks involved are clear-cut and easy to monitor.

Leaders expanded cognitive process

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25 Jan

Power four

The Power to see, hear and feel what is seen, heard and felt NOW instead of what should be, could be, was, or will be.

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25 Jan

Self-actualizers

Self-actualizers, he noted, shared a unique ability to engage in moments in which they felt truly alive, creative, and integrated.  Maslow described eight elements of self actualization:

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25 Jan

Power Two

The Power to reach out for what you want instead of what you should want, not having to wait for someone to offer it to you.

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25 Jan

Power One

The Power to take risks in your own behalf instead of only waiting for a change in the situation to make it possible for you to have what you want for yourself.

 

 

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