2013 April

The 4 Moments of Truth in the Hiring Process—and how to Handle Them

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10 Ways To Be Sensationally Successful At Your New Job

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes You just got a shiny new job, at a great company. Congrats! Your first day at a new job can either be the first day of the rest of your life… or the first of a series of endless “ See on www.linkedin.com

5 Steps to Build Self-Confidence

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#1 Book I’ve Read This Year, Critical Memory Skills For Any Leader

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes I just finished this amazing book called “Moonwalking with Einstein,” by Joshua Foer. One of my clients recommended it to me and I’m now spreading the word. It’s a book about the See on www.linkedin.com

What the Weekend Reveals about Your Life

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes Here’s a simple question that can tell you a lot about your life: on the weekends, are you running away from work, or towards other passions in your life?Which of the following best describes you?1. See on www.linkedin.com

Boomers, Stop Yelling at Gen Y to Get Off Your Lawn

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes Let Millennials bring their complete selves to work and navigate a world older folks can’t really understand. See on blogs.hbr.org

The best EI training? Real-life experiences.

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes Degrees in themselves do not guarantee any growth in emotionally intelligent leadership ability. Emotional Intelligence competencies develop in the midst of life. There are a wide variety of See on www.linkedin.com

Keep Listening, but Start Talking

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes When we meet with prospective investors, I don’t speak much, and for good reason. There are three founding partners: Clayton Christensen, Matt Christensen, and me. When Clay is in the room, people want to hear from him. See on blogs.hbr.org

Modes: A New Model for Leadership Development

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes An executive told me he was sobered by some performance feedback: he shut down empathy the instant he felt let down by someone’s performance.He would flip into micro-managing, just dictating to See on www.linkedin.com

“What did I learn today?” Is the best question to ask yourself every night!

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes Don’t just ask your kids what they learned today — ask yourself, too See on www.cbsnews.com

What great coaches do — and leaders should, too

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes Doing some post-game analysis of everything that goes right — and wrong — can help your team win See on www.cbsnews.com

The Three Best Predictors of On-the-Job Success

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes I’ve been interviewing candidates for 30+ years and tracking their subsequent performance for just as long. I’ve found that ability to do the work, fit with the actual situation, and See on www.linkedin.com

Ten Ways to Think Like an Infinite Player

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes People who approach life like an infinite game are the key to the shifting global culture and economy. The idea of approaching life as a game sounds startling, as if that means the players aren’ See on www.linkedin.com

Managing Millennials: How to Handle Their FOMO (Fear of Missing Out)

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes With increased time spent on social media, the Fear of Missing Out (FOMO) is sweeping Gen Y/Millennial employees (including myself), as we are exposed to information overload. FOMO refers to … See on www.tlnt.com

Want Help at Work? You Need to Go Beyond Just Asking For Things

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes One of the things that I observe over and over again is just how much help highly successful people get from others. Whatever they are doing, they seem to have a vast cross-functional team … See on www.tlnt.com

High Potentials: You Need to Feed Your Stars or Kiss Them Goodbye

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes I recall with sincere fondness the memory of playing certain childhood games — Sorry, Monopoly, LIFE, and one of my personal favorites, Chutes and Ladders. Now, each of these has … See on www.tlnt.com

4 Things You Can Do Right Now to Help Keep Your Best Employees

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes Editor’s note: Laura Kerekes is the Chief Knowledge Officer for ThinkHR. She will be contributing regularly to TLNT. The first quarter of the calendar year is the best time to consider … See on www.tlnt.com

HR as a Data Leader: How It Can Help Solidify Your Strategic Role

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes Readers of my blogs and articles know that my focus has often been on explaining Big Data. This Big Data phenomenon is quickly spreading throughout the business world. Those that understand … See on www.tlnt.com

Coping With Unlikeable Tasks: You Just Gotta Take Ownership

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes “Eat a live frog first thing in the morning, and nothing worse will happen to you the rest of the day.” — Mark Twain, American writer and lecturer. Have you found that perfect job yet? … See on www.tlnt.com

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT COMPETENCIES REDEFINED TO CREATE COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE

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