great article from Havard professor Linda Hill. She suggests the following rules for leadership:
- Give up your “grand plan.”
- Admit that you don’t have all the answers
- Be a storyteller
- Encourage collaboration
- Allow for conflict
- Don’t “lock down” a path until you absolutely must.
- Experiment locally
- Believe in everyone’s genius
read the full text @ 8 New Rules of Innovative Leadership | SUCCESS.
Excellent article from Jesse Lyn Stoner (@JesseLynStoner). She sees the following ways of decision-making:
So there is a huge range between individual decision on one side and unanimous consent on the other extreme – clearly indicating that it is not “either-or” but many shades of grey also in between.
read the full article @ Situational Team Decision-Making: Collaboration Does Not Require Consensus – Jesse Lyn Stoner.
great article from Lolly Daskal (@LollyDaskal) on what to focus to become better in our communication. summary of focus points:
- One-size-fits-all communication.
- Lack of attention to tone.
- Avoiding the difficult conversation.
- Holding back what’s on your mind.
- Reacting instead of responding.
- Indulging in gossip.
- Closing your mind.
- Speaking more and listening less.
- Thinking you are being understood
read more @ Inc.com
The WEF has published their view on six key principles for ethical leadership. This covers the following leadership traits and behaviour:
- Stop and think
- Extend trust
- Have two-way conversations
- Demonstrate moral authority
- Shape the context
- Lead with purpose
read more at Six principles for ethical leadership.
Barbara Kimmel (@BarbaraKimmel) is the Executive Director of Trust Across America-Trust Around the World has recently published an interesting article about communication practices that help to build trust. Enjoy rading and following her advice at 12 Communication Practices That Build Trust- Trust Across America-Trust Around the World™.
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