Manish Bahl sur Twitter : "Wake up call. So many digital chiefs, so little #digital #leadership @Which50 #CEO #CDO #CIO. So many digital chiefs, so little digital leadership. The creation of Chief Customer Officers, Chief Experience Officers and the like is a clear symptom that an organisation has significant structural issues in dealing with digital disruption, according to one of Forrester Research’s top executives.
Carlton Doty, Forrester’s Vice President and Group Director, said at the Adobe Summit in Salt Lake City that the CMOs and CIOs don’t always see eye-to-eye on things. “Those organisations that have trouble in that executive relationship tend to be the ones that we start to see the emergence of these different, more contemporary roles — Chief Data Officers, for example, Chief Digital Officers.” @BlueFocus announces Top 50 Twitter #EmployeeSEAL 2015 Award #Leadership. 174 Flares Twitter 127 Facebook 3 Google+ 11 LinkedIn 33 inShare36 174 Flares × We are proud to announce the winners of the first annual #EmployeeSEAL Awards.
The SEAL—which stands for “Social Employee Advocacy Leaders”—recognizes those in the business community who lead by action, who evangelize through their passion, who inspire others to join the @SocialEmployee revolution through their tireless advocacy in the social sphere. The #EmployeeSEAL honorees are business men and women who are active, engaging and respected on Twitter and within their organizations—and who meet the following requirements: Must regularly produce some form of business-related online content (i.e., blog posts, tweets, news articles), and must be good storytellers.Must be active in social media (e.g., must have at least 200 followers on Twitter).Must be employed in an organization, profit or non-profit, or work as an entrepreneur.
The Best Leaders Are Insatiable Learners - Bill Taylor. By Bill Taylor | 9:00 AM September 5, 2014 Nearly a quarter century ago, at a gathering in Phoenix, Arizona, John W.
Gardner delivered a speech that may be one of the most quietly influential speeches in the history of American business — a text that has been photocopied, passed along, underlined, and linked to by senior executives in some of the most important companies and organizations in the world. I wonder, though, how many of these leaders (and the business world more broadly) have truly embraced the lessons he shared that day. Gardner, who died in 2002 at the age of 89, was a legendary public intellectual and civic reformer — a celebrated Stanford professor, an architect of the Great Society under Lyndon Johnson, founder of Common Cause and Independent Sector.
His speech on November 10, 1990, was delivered to a meeting of McKinsey & Co., the consulting firm whose advice has shaped the fortunes of the world’s richest and most powerful companies. The Financial Risk of Living a Long Time - Andrew O’Connell. 5 Social Skills Business Leaders Must Master. Meghan M.
Biro On September 24, 2013 (Editor’s Note: This week, TalentCulture founder, Meghan M. Biro is speaking at the Peoplefluent WISDOM2013 Conference about a topic that is central to the world of work: “Leadership, Workplace Culture and Brand Influence.” The Universal Causes of Human Behavior. Today’s quotation isn’t new.
Aristotle lived in the days before most all of the technology we take for granted was invented. But what hasn’t changed is human nature. The Gift of Creativity. Last week, I began a series of posts/leadership tasks designed to provide gifts to those who complete them (and when completed, they manifest gifts for those they lead).
I built this 12 day series on the theme of the 12 Days of Christmas (probably my least favorite Christmas song). The Employee-Motivation Checklist. Great leaders make all the difference.
In business, we see the impact of great leaders such as Tony Hsieh, who took the helm of online shoe retailer Zappos.com from founder Nick Swinmurn. Under Hsieh’s leadership, the company grew from $1.6 million in sales in 2000 to more than $1 billion in sales in 2009. Surprise! Four Strategies for Coping with Disruptions - Rosabeth Moss Kanter. By Rosabeth Moss Kanter | 8:22 AM April 19, 2010.
11 Tough Truths That Every Great Leader Knows. No matter how confident someone may seem, everyone is afraid of failing, because "we are afraid of screwing up.
We are afraid of looking stupid. " Every leader should study world's creative achievers. My previous column called for creative leadership to cope with complexity and dynamism in business.
But how can we move beyond traditional leadership development methods and turn numbers-oriented managers into creative leaders? Body Language Mistakes that Male Leaders Make. 10 Essential Leadership Models. While there have been thousands of books written about leadership, there are a handful of leadership models that have served me well as a leader and leadership development practitioner. Great Leadership. The thoughtLEADERS Blog: Leadership, Communication, Strategy. Simon Sinek: How great leaders inspire action. Column: Cultivate a Culture of Confidence. One difference between winners and losers is how they handle losing. Even for the best companies and most-accomplished professionals, long track records of success are punctuated by slips, slides, and mini-turnarounds. Talent Circles: Talent Networks Done Right HR. Talent Network vs. Online Social Network My philosophy on building any type of community and relationships online is simple, “Go where the people are,” which is why I’m an advocate of online social networks like Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn to engage a target audience.
For the marketing department, recruiter or HR, any interaction online influences your organization’s employment brand with the end goal of developing and establishing a candidate pipeline. Why Rent Your Talent Community When You Can Buy? Is Creativity a Bad Trait for a Senior Leader? Title: Recognizing Creative Leadership: Can Creative Idea Expression Negatively Relate to Perceptions of Leadership Potential? (Fee required.)Authors: Jennifer S. Unlocking Passion through Enterprise Social Networks. Leadership Lessons from Dancing Guy. Why Great Leaders Are in Short Supply - James S. Rosebush. By James S. Rosebush | 9:06 AM March 30, 2012. The 9 Faces of Leadership.
An Offer You Can't Refuse: Leadership Lessons From "The Godfather" How to Lead and Harness the Potential of Clever People. Managing clever people is a topic that leaders find to be inherently difficult (and sometimes frustrating) mainly because clever people possess the self-knowledge that they don’t really want to be managed. They are highly talented individuals with skills and knowledge ‘passports’ that contribute largely to their company’s success . The New Science of Building Great Teams. What is the relationship between culture and strategy.
Corporate culture is an incredibly powerful factor in a company’s long-term success. Engagement Without the Ring. Are Women Better Leaders than Men? - Jack Zenger and Joseph Folkman. By Jack Zenger and Joseph Folkman | 10:14 AM March 15, 2012 We’ve all heard the claims, the theories, and the speculation about the ways leadership styles vary between women and men. Our latest survey data puts some hard numbers into the mix.
Wilfred Jarvis - Contact Us. Minh Le is President and Founder of the Wilfred Jarvis Institute, a training and consulting organization dedicated to achieving lasting results and effectiveness for leaders and their organizations.
Delwilliams.visibli. Our Greatest Deficit: Future-Oriented Leadership. Are You a Team in Name Only? 3 Questions to Help You Find Out. Leaders who want to make their team more effective often ask me for help with teambuilding, training in team skills or advice on restructuring.