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Doug George

As AI Makes More Decisions, the Nature of Leadership Will Change - 1 views

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    "A shift from the hard to soft elements of leadership is not exclusive to the AI age. Meta-analytic studies reviewing 50 years of research suggest that personality traits such as curiosity, extraversion, and emotional stability are twice as important as IQ - the benchmark metric for reasoning capability - when it comes to predicting leadership effectiveness."
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    Companies like Nestlé have implemented extensive reverse mentoring programs. These initiatives are meant to institutionalize the process of learning to accept, welcome, and leverage the knowledge of team members, peers, and employees for the benefit of the business.
Megan Peterson

3 Leadership Styles to Strive For, and 3 to Avoid - 5 views

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    "A good leader should always ... " How you finish that sentence could reveal a lot about your leadership style. That's the idea behind a management survey tool called the Leadership Development Profile. Created by psychologist Susanne Cook-Greuter and professor Bill Torbert, the survey relies on a set of 36 open-ended sentence completion tasks to help researchers better understand how leaders develop and grow.
Michael Wahl

10 Leadership Tips From America's Corner Deli Guy - 3 views

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    Thirty years ago today, two former University of Michigan students who had met in jobs at a restaurant opened the doors of a gamble. Zingerman's Deli was meant to replicate a great New York deli, except that it was located in a college town.
Chad Ehnis

Team Leadership - Developing Your Leadership Skills Free eBook - 2 views

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    Free eBook to Team Leadership - Developing Your Leadership Skills. This free eBook has been written for managers who find themselves in a team leadership role. I received this link through one of my LinkedIn groups. I've downloaded the e-Book though I can't speak to the contents as I haven't read it yet. Follow the link, fill in your contact info and download away. I hope it's a good and worthy read. Enjoy!
Chad Ehnis

5 key rules for leading from the middle - 8 views

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    Let's face it, most people lead from the middle, or at least they try to. Since there is typically just one seat AT THE TOP in any given organization, others who aspire to leadership MUST do it from somewhere in the pack, right?
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    Excellent article!
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