2013 December

Employee Advocacy and the Employee-Brand Relationship Model | Social Media Today

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes To wrap our heads around how to activate employees as builders of brand relationships, it’s important to understand the employee-brand relationship from the angle of the employee’s experience. See on socialmediatoday.com

Top 10 Eureka Moments: Shower, Sleep and Drive

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes When do you get great ideas? This was the title of one of my latest posts. 211 Managers and professionals from all over the world described as a comment their eureka or AHA-moments. Thank you to all See on www.linkedin.com

Constant and Strategic Innovation is a Must: It’s About Providing More Value Than Anyone Else

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes Is innovation important? Ask Blockbuster if they saw Netflix coming. Here’s a hard truth: The market will always be searching for something new—and you, not your competitor, must be the one to give See on www.linkedin.com

‘Rank-and-Yank’? That’s Not How It’s Done

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes By Jack and Suzy WelchEvery now and again—recently, for instance, with the announcement that Microsoft will be changing its performance-appraisal system—some news event unleashes a fresh round of See on www.linkedin.com

Five Bosses You Don’t Want (Or Want to Be)

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes By Jack and Suzy WelchWhat is lousy leadership? Here are a few of the most common ways leaders can get it wrong and too often do.The first and perhaps most frustrating way that some people blow See on www.linkedin.com

When To Go With Your Gut

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes By Jack and Suzy WelchAs a general rule, gut instinct is nothing to be ashamed of. Quite the opposite. It’s really just pattern recognition, isn’t it? You’ve seen something so many times over your See on www.linkedin.com

2013: The Year in Ideas | TED Blog

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes TED published more than 250 talks in 2013. Here, the 15 themes that seemed to resonate the most in this incredible year. See on blog.ted.com

5 Things Every Presenter Should Know About People, Animated

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes On the art of moving words that move people. “The human brain starts working the moment you are born and never stops until you stand up t See on www.brainpickings.org

How Will You Measure Your Life?

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Conflict Strategies for Nice People

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes Conflict is a necessary part of a functioning team. But it doesn’t need to be mean. See on blogs.hbr.org

3 Big Ideas to Steal From Netflix

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes Take a look inside CEO Reed Hastings’ people management manifesto–a document that’s won much admiration among Silicon Valley execs. See on www.inc.com

To Optimize Talent Management, Question Everything

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes Rethink even the most fundamental ideas, such as “employment” and “organization.” See on blogs.hbr.org

The Real Implications of the 80-20 Rule

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes Visualize a baseball stadium full of 50,000 of customers and prospects in your category. How can you increase the business you’re getting from these customers? Well, with a captive audience like this See on www.linkedin.com

Out with the Old (but Really Great Business Stories), in with the New

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes A selection of our favorite business journalism from 2013, and a few new stories to kick off your year. See on blogs.hbr.org

Guerilla Hiring Guide 2014 for Hiring Managers

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes … aka, how to stop hiring “90-day wonders”As the economy starts to recover in 2014, expect an acceleration in new hiring and a parallel increase in the quit rate. This double-whammy will force See on www.linkedin.com

The Ideas that Shaped Management in 2013

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes Important, useful, and original thinking from the past year. See on blogs.hbr.org

Should Leaders Focus on Results, or on People?

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes It’s a trick question. See on blogs.hbr.org

The Most Overlooked Hiring Factor

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes Think you already know the critical attribute you’re looking for in a candidate? Think again. See on www.inc.com

Mark Twain’s Top 9 Tips for Living a Kick-Ass Life – This Page is About WORDS!!!

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes You may know Mark Twain for some of his books, but what you may not know is how much of a bad ass he was at living life. See on thispageisaboutwords.com

Building a Feedback-Rich Culture

See on Scoop.it – Different Strokes You’ll need four key elements. See on blogs.hbr.org

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