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"Bruce Elkin provides a powerful life-organizing framework with which you can refocus your life on what matters most. If you read this book, be prepared to let go of stress, distress and extraneous burdens — and re-energize your life. Policy Voice. The dangerous rhetoric of culture change. Quentin Millington , 18 Feb 2013 In this first of four articles on culture within organisations, I explore the three layers of culture and the difficulty of leading change.

The dangerous rhetoric of culture change

As the world struggles to free itself from the beleaguered global economy, 'culture change' has become a watchword of politicians, executives and others keen to champion a better future. This is the rhetoric of optimism: cultural evolution is a chance to expunge what we believe to be diseased, nurture what is fresh and healthy, and create opportunities for others and ourselves. The Hames Report. We are responsible not only for what we do but also for what we could have prevented Peter Singer - Ethicist Leaders across the world, young and old, men and women, in every sector of society, are encountering a moral dilemma that is fundamentally different from the many ethical dilemmas they face every day of the week.

The Hames Report

What is far more intriguing is that possibly 99.9% of those in leadership positions go about their business entirely unconscious of this fact. Pope Benedict XVI and the Leadership Issue No One Wants to Talk About - Gretchen Gavett - Our Editors. By Gretchen Gavett | 5:27 PM February 11, 2013 An edited interview with Harvard Business School professor and leadership historian Nancy F.

Pope Benedict XVI and the Leadership Issue No One Wants to Talk About - Gretchen Gavett - Our Editors

Good Organizational Citizenship Requires Basic Civility. The process of leadership is dependent upon responsive organizational citizens that recognize the ethical imperative to assume full responsibility for their behavior in the workplace.

Good Organizational Citizenship Requires Basic Civility

At a minimum, good organizational citizenship requires treating others with professional courtesy and respectful civility . I have to confess that’s not always easy, especially when you work with people that march to the beat of a different ethical drummer . There is a fine line between “righteous indignation” and incivility , and those that cross that line usually do so with a healthy dose of self-deception . Good organizational citizenship requires initiating professional courtesies to everyone at work independent of their response to those courtesies. We are only responsible for how we choose to treat others, not how they will respond. Book helping managers face their dragons. Comments (0) BUSINESS strategist Patricia Lustig has published her second handbook aimed at helping senior managers face the challenges of long-term success.

Book helping managers face their dragons

The 7 Rules of Highly Effective Habits. This is a guest post by Barrie Davenport of Live Bold & Bloom.

The 7 Rules of Highly Effective Habits

I have a coaching client who weighed over 400 lbs. She never exercised and ate a poor diet consisting of a lot of junk food and sweets. She didn’t socialize much because she was embarrassed about her appearance. At age 33, she’d never had a date. Although she longed to go to Europe, she wouldn’t travel by plane because she couldn’t fit in the seat.

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Now think of five potential solutions. If you found the first easier than the second, don’t worry. Just How Powerful Are You? - Nilofer Merchant. When you write online, no one checks to see if you have a journalism degree before they start to read.

Just How Powerful Are You? - Nilofer Merchant

If you experience an earthquake and want to report on its danger or safety, no one asks your credentials before you report to Ushahidi. 10 Laws of Productivity. You might think that creatives as diverse as Internet entrepreneur Jack Dorsey, industrial design firm Studio 7.5, and bestselling Japanese novelist Haruki Murakami would have little in common.

10 Laws of Productivity

In fact, the tenets that guide how they – and exceptionally productive creatives across the board – make ideas happen are incredibly similar. Here are 10 laws of productivity we’ve consistently observed among serial idea executors: 1. 30 Qualities of Highly Successful People. Warren Buffett is successful for investing and building long-term businesses. Bill Gates is successful for creating a software empire that has changed the way we use computers.

Gandhi was successful for leading India into independence from the British. Success comes in many ways and forms. Steps to an ecology of conversation - an exploration with... Invalid quantity. Please enter a quantity of 1 or more. The quantity you chose exceeds the quantity available. Please enter your name. Please enter an email address. Please enter a valid email address. Please enter your message or comments. Please enter the code as shown on the image. Please select the date you would like to attend. Traditional Strategy Is Dead. Welcome to the #SocialEra - Nilofer Merchant. By Nilofer Merchant | 10:34 AM September 12, 2012. The End of Leadership. Rebalancing the Portfolio of Your Life. Have you ever fantasized about your great escape? You know, the stressful job, the daily grind, the loveless marriage. What if you made a break for it and actually got all the way to the land of plenty only to find that it wasn’t what you really wanted?

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