- Producer13/05/2017How Companies Can Foster Work-Life Integration to Maximize ProductivityNews flash for employers: too many traditional work management models are antiquated in today's high-tech Information Age. Put simply, they don’t result in high productivity, accountability or employee engagement. New times call for new...
Comments26/05/2017 #17 Aaron 🐝 SkogenYou know @David B. Grinberg, it comes down to "Life". While I don't like the song as much, I love the lyrics:
“no such thing as spare time,
no such thing as free time,
no such thing as down time,
all you got is life time… go!”
—Henry Rollins, Shine
Now apply that to the various aspects of life, whether personal or professional and you have something.
I didn't mean to sidetrack, yet felt like sharing that. Enjoyed learning about the ROWE method. It seems that many of the organizations I have worked with are still stuck in 20th (some even in 19th) century employment models. Which begs the question, are we ready for change? There are days, and despite our best efforts, that I think the answer is a "no".
Interesting statistic I heard a while back from the Dept. of Labor, that ~65% of kindergartners today will work in jobs that don't even exist today. . . I wonder what the model will look like for my 5 year old in 20 years. . .26/05/2017 #16 CityVP 🐝 ManjitFirst of all David, this article and thinking in it is excellent with one proviso which is the expression "work-life".
It is good that we are challenging the nonsense term "Work-Life Balance" and it represents 20th Century thinking, but changing it "Work-Life Integration" makes sense but it is still placated in 20th Century thinking.
What you have written is an ideal situation but this is not the world most organizations live in. If proof be needed that they are not, it is in acceptable prejudices such as ageism still dominant both as mythologies and memes - 20th Century thinking.
The modern organization is still on the track of career path thinking. This is why I find personal branding as a concept equally antiquated as the expression "work-life". The career path is predicated on education, then the career-path and then retirement. This is classic 20th Century mind.
Your article and thinking is not antiquated, because the 21st Century value in it lends to what I call "Life Path Thinking". Life path is the integration because it first places meaning back in the home, and secondly it does not discern about work which is paid and which is beyond profit (Note I did not use the equally antiquated wording NON-PROFIT).
Organizations continue to hire leaders with 20th Century thinking - we hire people with antiquated notions of leadership. I know when an organization has hired 20th Century leadership because that organization uses antiquated terms. LIFE PATH not work-life. In this regard I am the voice of the 21st Century.16/05/2017 #13 Danish CharlesGreat article.
I believe adapting new techniques eg: Automation process and using support of useful software’s in production and operation side will help to improve productivity and better result. Developing technical research team is a useful part for every industry.15/05/2017 #12 Pascal DerrienSome topics of interests inded and great pointers, companies are not at the races on this, I was given 4 Mach hires a while back along side a book on how to manage millennials I laughed and never read the book they all left the company , different values and not caught in the rat race yet for some that's it14/05/2017 #7 Chris 🐝 Guest Cert.Prof.Acc.SAThanks David, very thoughtful article. The elephant pic says it all "Balance is Key". Some people may need the discipline of being in the office to produce their best/ other may thrive by working from home. The model should always allow both options in my opinion.
Having said one needs to reflect on why the Yahoo CEO (for e.g.) stopped the "working from home" concept; there must have been a downside?14/05/2017 #6 Lisa 🐝 GallagherExcellent buzz as usual @David B. Grinberg. You brought up a lot of great points. I can think of jobs where people are employed to work 8-10 hours per day and possibly put in on average 3-4 hours. I'm going back to my experience in an office. I will say, it seems those who were paid less did more work and upper level managers spent a lot of time doing nothing ( I kid you not). Now, I don't want to insinuate that it's like this in most offices, that was my personal experience.
This made me laugh but there is truth in it: "Even work-life balance experts are awful at balancing work and life." I'm sure it is hard but it's possible if people brainstorm. Integration is key.
Personally, I'd love to see many more Companies who can afford to have work done outside of an office hire more remote workers. I'm going to be frank, there would be less people on disability if they were able to work from home. There are many capable workers who would work hard and be dependable if they were afforded jobs within their homes. There are opportunities in larger cities for hotels, airlines (IE; Customer Service, Reservations etc... ) but not in rural areas. I hope we see trends changing.14/05/2017 #4 Phil FriedmanMany good points here, David, plus more than a small measure of wisdom. As you correctly point out, people should be paid for what they produce, not for the hours they spend producing virtually nothing. As a consultant, I would add that people are entitled to be paid for what they know, as well as for what they do. Because what they know can make or save money for those who employ them. Thanks, David, for speaking truth. Cheers!14/05/2017 #3 Erroll -EL- WarnerThe problem is most Human Resources and recruiting professional don't have the modern equipment to do their jobs. In addition, most are not exposed to the latest training strategies and techniques to perform their job effectively. A recent survey stated that 60% of executives are not satisfied with their Human Resources and recruiting team. Those executives are the ones to blame rather having them complaining. Institutions are recruiting low-level talents and placing them into competitive positions they are unable to manage. Such situation creates dissatisfaction among employees. Also, many organizations lack open communication which intern prevent the creation of innovative ideas and transparency.13/05/2017 #2 Javier 🐝 beBeeGreat buzz @David B. Grinberg. Many thanks
"Work-life balance has been eclipsed by a new buzz term: work-life integration."
Most succesful entrepreneurs are an example of work-life integration instead of "work life balance" as separates lifes. In my humble opinion we have only one life and integration is powerful.
- Producer26/05/20176 Benefits of Flexible Working Hours for Start-UpsEntrepreneurs are faced with the difficult decision of having a fixed or flexible work schedule for their employees. The digital age has brought with it the option to work from anywhere. Remote working and flexible hours are tomorrow’s norm....
Comments26/05/2017 #11 David B. GrinbergKudos, Juan, on another brilliant buzz full of important insights and astute advice. I've been a long-time proponent of work flexibility because, put simply, it just makes good business sense in today's fast-evolving mobile, digital and virtual high-tech workplace.
Thus, I hope employers take note of the business benefits you point out of allowing flexible work options for employees -- which, as you note above, increases engagement, productivity, morale, job satisfaction, and company loyalty (among other things).
FYI, here's my buzz from June 2016 on the Top 10 reasons why telework makes good business sense https://www.bebee.com/producer/@dbgrinberg/top-10-reasons-why-telework-makes-good-business-sense-in-the-digital-age26/05/2017 #9 Matt 🐝 SweetwoodQuite frankly this is at the heart of why most people, including myself, would chose to work for a start-up. After having run a company that operated for 12 hours a day, 7 days a week, I wanted a job that afforded me the time-space to be creative in way that was better for me. A traditional CEO role at a traditional company would simply have me in the same grind I left when I sold my business. beBee offices are in a Wework in New York which is filed with start ups. The flexibility of work hours can be seen on the faces of people walking around there. They are happy, they socialize more and just seem way more creative. This is a great post, sharing... @John White, MBA @Virag Gulyas26/05/2017 #7 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.thank you, start-ups will be grateful for this post!26/05/2017 #6 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.king bee post!26/05/2017 #4 CityVP 🐝 ManjitI am glad that this buzz leads with the word "Workers' and not "Employees". Workers should denote those people who do the work. That is not necessarily true with the word "employees" when it means being employed under someone else's dime. Employees are pampered in large organizations but workers still do the work.
The next key word is agile. Agile works when the workers an organization hires are really good, they know how to do the job and the organization has headhunted the best of the best - so why then would an organization stand in their way and create rules that impeded and get in the way of their job. If you hire the best, let them work and here flexible hours are intelligent hours. It is a win-win - a worker that wants to work and wants to flourish using abilities and gaining new abilities.
The reason organizations with bloated HR need to create policies is because not all organizations can command the best minds, so an organization hires B-Players or what Steve Jobs called BOZO LEADERSHIP and the whole organization is then either dumbed down or policy driven because the policy is to protect the organization from bad workers. This is when comedies like Office Place find their material for "TPS Reports" and having these "Lumbergs" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fy3rjQGc6lA In this case flexible work is a crazy idea - to give people who are experts at playing the game, the opportunity to game flexible time - not good.
Bottom dollar, hire really good people, get out of the way unless they ask for development and then work on a win-win basis, but hire a good person and throw them into an "employee culture" and expect the good person to be the one who is burned. So if your organization needs to downsize, do not call me - I have become very tired watching over decades, this kind of BS. Flexible work is not BS but it needs to stay clear of BS in order to create a win-win scenario.26/05/2017 #3 AnonymousThank you @Juan Imaz for sharing your excellent approach to enlight the flexibilty's prism. I like very much the idea like compensating differentials to steer the work efficiency needs, targeted. That can be an entire package of well-being in corporate life, to reduce the paradox of the risk intermingling between work and family life, if strict boundaries can be set and shared both sides.
- Producer05/05/2017Partner with my team for Recruitment ServicesI add passion, value and purpose to my personal and professional life.My professional purpose is to transform the way employer's interact with job-seekers and help recruitment grow; Transform the way companies interact with customers and help...
Comments06/05/2017 #22 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#12 my pleasure @🐝 Fatima G. Williams!!!06/05/2017 #17 Tausif MundrawalaBeing an excellent bee you are a wonderful human being as well. You are at the right place at thecroght time. Your traits as a friend and a person allows you to be an effecient HR person. If the need arises then would surely contact you for job. I am blessed with such a wonderful friend. I wish you luck for your future endeavors my friend,@🐝 Fatima G. Williams06/05/2017 #16 🐝 Fatima G. Williams#1 Sign up on www.aptresources.ae for job opportunities and send me a message or email on firstname.lastname@example.org to help you source candidates.
To those interested in my recruitment services. Let's get on a call to discuss the services and terms of the business and also to better understand the kind of people you want in your team.06/05/2017 #12 🐝 Fatima G. Williams#2 Thank you for all the support @@Julio Angel 🐝Lopez Lopezjuli and @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.lie and @Chris 🐝 Guest Cert.Prof.Acc.SAChris 🤗🐝🤗06/05/2017 #4 David B. GrinbergFatima, I wish you all the best and much continued success with your important work. I've shared this buzz on three hives: "Human Resources Professionals" and "HR Recruitment" and "Recruitment."
Please have a wonderful weekend and keep buzzing. Thanks for all YOU do!05/05/2017 #2 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.wow queen bee shining star, what a beautiful post!!!! @🐝 Fatima G. Williams
- Producer19/04/201740 Years of Research Proves Women Are Better Managers Than Men Because They Tend to Have This Crucial SkillIn a Gallup report based on over four decades of research, including the analysis of 27 million employees' responses, female managers outperform their male counterparts when it comes to driving employee engagement. Gallup defines engaged employees...
- Producer19/04/20177 Essential Elements to Consider When Writing an International Executive ResumeI had the privilege last Friday of listening to a webinar led by Tim Windhof, an international executive resume/CV writer. Tim explained many of the challenges U.S. and Canadian writers can face when writing these job search documents for an...
- Producer18/04/2017Are you wasting money and time on leadership training? Some very interesting research suggests there is a strong negative correlation between the amount of money spent on leadership training and development, and people’s confidence in their leaders. (My Bold) “Leadership training and development...
Comments21/04/2017 #13 Judy MackenzieI have worked with leaders and managers all my career. I have created and trained management staff in some innovative but still classroom based learning. I have to admit these programs didn't have the kind of longstanding impact I had hoped for.
The most effective and applicable results came from group coaching on collective challenges and opportunities. Everyone is too busy to sit still when the learning is not immediately applicable and results oriented with follow-up support. I say NO to the big black binders on the bookshelves of managers across the country.
There is one small issue (total tongue in cheek) with group coaching and that is there must be a philosophy or strategy to tie the coaching too. That is still lacking in too many companies.19/04/2017 #11 Phillip HubbellTwo things…leadership courses, as conducted by companies, is often about the latest touchy feely effort to not actually lead. A lot of it is about codifying some sort of egalitarian process of trying to make people be happy and loyal in the face of job loses designed to make the stock look better. Second, a lot of these programs are aimed at the people who will not be considered for promotions because everyone doesn’t get to be a leader, so trying to teach everyone to be one is kind of pointless. Leadership training should be directed only at those who have a chance at becoming one, even though the qualities the programs are trying to instill don’t really make someone stand out as the company’s first choice.19/04/2017 #10 Jerry FletcherLeadership is truly a sticky wicket. The conundrum, to my way of thinking, is emotion versus logical. The idea that we must share the vision of an outcome before we are willing to accept a leader sounds good logically but it doesn't account for charisma, charm and persuasiveness. To be a good leader you supposedly need a good Emotional Quotient score and that gives you a lift in confidence. Again, there is a chasm between emotion and logic that is not being dealt with. How can we leap the chasm?19/04/2017 #9 Devesh 🐝 BhattUnlike Master, Superior, Manager, Guide,Guru, Mentor, Frontrunner and popular synonyms leader has some additional synonyms like Pioneer, inventor, Initiator, discoverer and the overly debated word disruptor which i feel as a mismatch.
In India, training saves taxes and Leadership is a much loved word because many in management like to "follow" US trends.
People seek leaders when then are unable or unwilling to lead themselves. People doubt leaders because they do not want to give another power but do so immediately out of fear and doubt.
Wannabe leaders often question power centres and not the source of power itself, the undercurrents of shared fears beneath the evident shared interests.
A leader is someone with a functional solution permitted by the rest to implement it. Maybe it is out of trust, maybe it is a desperate scenario and the trust is built along the way. It hardly matters because leaders are gauged in retrospect and that too is reduced to the scale of sceptism wherein few are considered lucky to get away with messups.
My clients try to force fit a leadership program within my consulting assignments as a way to save taxes and look good to their management, everywhere i have the same thing to say.
Find a solution, find a way to get it implemented with justifiable credit to all involved. If people see you as a doer, they will follow.19/04/2017 #8 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#7 Fascinated by this idea "jantelagen" and the moment I read it, I was whirling around Google wanting to know much more about this, and found links like this
http://blogs.transparent.com/swedish/the-downfall-of-jantelagen-%E2%80%93-social-media/ View more#7 Fascinated by this idea "jantelagen" and the moment I read it, I was whirling around Google wanting to know much more about this, and found links like this
Personally I am interested in the idea of equanimity and jantelagen seems to be blend of equanimity, humility and political correctness. I am not a fan of political correctness but I have a soft spot for equanimity.
Each individual must process jantelagen commensurate to so many variables and factors of their own being, and as i read various links across the net about this, that is the first thing that came through, that the knowledge, nuance, experience and disposition of the individual discussing jantelgan both coloured and informed what it actually is.
By itself it is an interesting cultural practice. There is both an intelligent aspect to it and a restrictive and suffocating aspect. Close19/04/2017 #7 Bengt Hahlin#6 Hi Sue,
Yes, it is in a strange way both a complex and “simple” subject at the same time.
I made a comment (see below) on a buzz from @john-white about “haters” which I also think have some bearing on this discussion too. I.E. the pressure from society/school/work etc. against those who stand out as achievers. Except of course for sports stars and certain celebrities (which makes for an interesting discussion about our society’s values).
All of this, plus other “things”, doesn’t exactly make it easy to find the leaders with the “right stuff”. Nonetheless, this makes it even more important that we as a society succeed with this.
“In Sweden and the other Nordic countries it is called ”Jantelagen”. It has been around for a long time. But it is not so much about hatred as envy and a condescending attitude towards individuality and success. Jantelagen refers to a mentality that de-emphasises individual effort and places all emphasis on the collective, while discouraging those who stand out as achievers.
The author Aksel Sandemose in a novel from 1933 formulated the 10 laws of Jante like this:
1. You're not to think you are anything special.
2. You're not to think you are as good as we are.
3. You're not to think you are smarter than we are.
4. You're not to convince yourself that you are better than we are.
5. You're not to think you know more than we do.
6. You're not to think you are more important than we are.
7. You're not to think you are good at anything.
8. You're not to laugh at us.
9. You're not to think anyone cares about you.
10. You're not to think you can teach us anything.”18/04/2017 #6 Sue BryanThank you for this Bengt. Leadership is a complex subject. I think that few people, through their schooling have ever seen strong leadership in action, as western schools depend so heavily on controlling behavior through manipulation, bullying, shaming and sometimes - rewards, not strong leadership.18/04/2017 #5 Harvey Lloyd#4 In leadership we have to focus on the whole and then serve the individual to that end. Some how we have gotten this upside down. We are serving the individual at the expensive of the whole. I don't want to pour unity down every ones throat but but leadership requires the whole of the goal to be first. Secondarily we can tame schedules and execution around the individual.
Great conversation and we need to discuss these variables as we look at growing from where we are to where we want to be.18/04/2017 #4 Bengt Hahlin#2 Hi Harvey,
A very valid point. It is always useful to look at a problem/situation from very different angels/views. In addition, the way the education standards/results in Western Europe and USA have gone down in the last decades is not encouraging. Nonetheless, this in no way diminishes the leadership role, but it makes it much harder.18/04/2017 #2 Harvey LloydI share your observations but look at the other side of the coin. Those being lead. Leaders can't lead those whose views are so narrow as to exclude others/group's/goals that are based on the whole of the company/country or region. Leaders are attempting to lead folks to a goal who are all individuals, developing their brand.
My report card from many years ago had a check box on it that related to this other side of the coin, Does not play well with others.
Until education begins in the area of common good that we can all live within, the leadership will not be able to organize teams towards goals effectively.
- Producer15/04/2017LEADERSHIP CLINIC! AMAZING!Of late, I came across an Advertisement regarding “LEADERSHIP CLINIC!” Leaders are ailing, failing to comply, their skills needed to be honed. So that they can deliver effectively and manoeuver the crisis they are confronting, locally, nationally...
Comments16/04/2017 #12 John RylanceThe Charge of the Light Brigade had no backup plan and look what happened to them.
Actually I suspect plan A, includes alternatives to cover all possibilities. Not to do so is foolish. You can't always predict what someone else is going to do. Their actions may need plan B, if you've only got one approach then your plan you will fail.
Winning formulas need to be flexible, changing them at any stage. Isn't a sign of failure it's proof you are reacting to ever changing situations.16/04/2017 #9 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeIn an advanced version of the tortoise and hare story is that at the end they decided to share responsibility and found a common ground on which they could elaborate. One to carry the other onland and the other to carry the mate in water.Leadership can find creative solutions instead of conflicts.
Thank you @debasish majumder for your interesting read. Sharing16/04/2017 #8 Wayne Yoshida@debasish majumder - Interesting you selected the picture of Elizabeth Holmes of Theranos for this post. She is not one of my heroines. She is one of my examples of how **not to lead** and how not to make decisions and I disagree with her about not having a plan B.
Take look at this story, you may find it interesting....
http://www.vanityfair.com/news/2016/09/elizabeth-holmes-theranos-exclusive16/04/2017 #7 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.very inspirational @debasish majumder 'nothing is impossible in the dictionary of man' true!
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Comments14/04/2017 #1 CityVP 🐝 ManjitExcellent Jennifer ! Love the Recruitment Queen brand and how you have let it sit in the background with emphasis on job seekers and the employers showcased at the fair. It is quite a challenge to have this many employers to be at a job fair, free of employment agencies and people selling educational courses. Well done !
- Producer13/04/2017Producing the best!Image credit: Paroxysm on Human Resource Management In his buzz, Why the Best Make the Worst?, Ali Anani challenges us with the following question and statement: “Why the best fail to produce the...
Comments13/04/2017 #7 CityVP 🐝 ManjitWe don't often do the simplest thing which is to deal with people as a human being, instead we have policy makers and then we force fit the human being through a prescribed prescription, and often my angst at human resource practices is at this most simplest level. Human as a resource then stops being human as a being and meaning flies away, leaving the mean, and thus our organizations actually contribute to a mean world, rather than a meaningful world.13/04/2017 #5 debasish majumdera tool being designed and developed out of the observation being made by one in an ambiance nature facilitate him to exist. for example, taking notice of the beck of a bird, an idea of forceps being triggered in ones faculty and accordingly a tool being come into effect, precisely with an intention to do the work comfortably and conveniently in accordance to ones requirement, unlike the dispensation of a bird. however, we cannot undermine ones skill how to gain expertise by utilizing the concern tool. though it could be an approximate idea, but surely an abstract one which usually accelerate the pace of civilization enormously and of course beyond any tentative assumption. in the same soil texture we can observe in nature mango and citrus fruits both produced simultaneously! so, i guess, it is pretty difficult from apparent presentation, what quality is hidden on one or in what condition, how one may emerge, giving a new dimension to the produce itself. however, intriguing insight indeed @Sara Jacobovici! enjoyed read. thank you very much for the share.13/04/2017 #2 Mohammed A. JawadAn excellent, thought-provoking post. Perhaps, we ought to realize that it's in the right knowledge that makes us sensible to cultivate chiseled culture, and this in turn make everything clear and easy to give best outcomes. Indeed, investing time in people with sound teachings and mentoring is the best initiative.13/04/2017 #1 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee@Sara Jacobovici- I shared this buzz on three hives not because I am only honored to have a mention in it, but also of its deep meanings. You completed the Golden Circle by writing "But if you define the criteria as, the individual can demonstrate that he or she is able to take initiative, then you are able to produce the best because you understand how and under what circumstances the individual can thrive". The why is answered promptly by the understanding how and then what to extract the best out of people. It is not only the simple rule; now, I also believe it is the simple rules of asking as well.
This is a buzz you can be proud of for long times.
- Producer29/03/2017What do you see when you look at this picture?There seems to be some question regarding this photograph...Is it ...a pithy motivational saying for your wall? a commentary as to why many people miss opportunities?a reminder that nothing comes without hard work? just a bad picture with a scratch?...
Comments03/04/2017 #2 CityVP 🐝 ManjitI don't view this as opportunity in relationship to the work required to realize that opportunity but of course I can, nor do I view it as the opportunity lost due to organizational leadership that fail to cultivate vigorous debate between its executives - the example given is suffice and we tend to look this scenario through the lens of focusing on leadership rather than hidden talent.
What I look at is the literal view of it, which is all the talent left on the shelf because executives view them as hired hands and cannot get beyond the prejudicial view of seeing people either as a "workers". Unless a leader is vested in creating a relational system that provides deeper insight into talent the extent of under-utilized talent is massive loss in potential and abilities.
Overlooking people reminds me of William Golding's book "Lord of the Flies" - that leadership is contextual, in a different setting it yields different leaders and missed opportunities - but the prejudice which is inherent today, whether we are prejudiced through seeing workers as workers, or we ascribe to our own personal brand tribe, that leads me to the kind of opportunity that is the gravest oversights imaginable, underestimating the talent that is in our midst, simply because they wore overalls.
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- Producer26/03/2017Coaching:¿Gran herramienta?Hace unos meses recibí una sesión de coaching. Sí, esa palabra que está en boca que todos, que todo el mundo se ha lanzado a ofrecer sin ton ni son . Iba bastante a ciegas, pues reconozco que aunque no dejo de escuchar esta palabra por doquier...
Comments26/03/2017 #3 CityVP 🐝 ManjitThe difficulty in coaching definitely is knowing we have a top notch coach rather than a coach who brands themselves as a coach. Unfortunately, when a coach is hired by a business, the feedback for that coach is generally positive because employees generally play nice.
After all their boss got the coach into the business and criticism of the coach can feel like criticism of the boss for hiring them. With that positive reaction from mediocre or average coaching sessions, one can see why this field encourages charlatans and people who do not resemble the best coaches.
I agree that a great coach is someone who can bring the best out of us and can be spotted by the fruits the coach creates, or as you say
"La sesión no me ayudó a decantarme de forma definitiva por una de las opciones consideradas, pero sí me dejó bastante impresionada la habilidad de la coach para acceder a mi subconsciente o mejor dicho, para hacer conscientes mis pensamientos del subconsciente"
That alone is something great coaches reach within us because they make us think, without taking ownership of our own choices. Even in asking a question, a great coach has the patience to listen and sometimes asks the questioner the first opportunity to answer their own question. More often then not, the coachee discovers that they had the answer at the sub-conscious level and they do reach what is latent or hidden within us and draw this out.
The first time I came a cross an extraordinary coach, I realized how much I did not know about coaching as a practice. It was one thing planning a coaching session, another to brand ourselves as a "successful coach" but a great coach is only known through what they transform without seeking to transform us, it is their practice which does that - average coaches can claim that, advertise that but only in practice do we know what a great coach really is.26/03/2017 #1 Juan J. TamayoHola Andrea, hace ya un tiempo escribí un artículo sobre eso del intrusismo en el Coaching, a ver qué te parece, un saludo cordial >>>>> https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/el-intrusismo-en-coaching-juan-j-tamayo
- Producer20/03/2017SHOW, DON'T TELL: WHY RECRUITERS SHOULD ASK FOR MORE THAN A RESUMEOriginally published by ReWork, CornerstoneOnDemand's blog for Human Resources professionalsEmployers must take it on faith that the skills described on candidates' resumes accurately demonstrate that they have the “right stuff" to meet the...
Comments21/03/2017 #6 AnonymousThe cost of poor hires is very high. The return on investment in using the techniques describe in the post is high.
I use a practical test in interviews for IT developer roles. It is a simulation of a real problem that requires the candidate to think on their feet and to use a wider range of skills than simply cutting code. The code produced is not really the point of it. Some information is given up front. There is more information that can help if the person asks for it. If they don't ask they don't get. They are given clear instructions that set out very specific requirements for the exercise. It is designed to allow the candidate the opportunity to demonstrate and showcase their having the wider set of skills needed in the modern developer role. This approach does make a difference. It is not perfect, but it does reduce the risk of making a poor hiring decision. The smartest people with the best qualifications and skills who get through the recruitment process can still be toxic to a real team. Part of what recruitment is about is keeping the toxins out. Decontamination is very costly.21/03/2017 #5 Martin WrightI can see this method will work for a lot of companies. However so many recruiters play "We're too busy" game to actually try this out.
It may well be that if an organisation is looking for that something extra they need to provide the staff and the time to the search process to enable them to actually find them.21/03/2017 #2 Lisa 🐝 GallagherThis gives me hope @Lynda Spiegel. When I was hired as a Respiratory Technician- I had zero experience in Respiratory. I was a Nurses Aide for 2 years at the same hospital before applying for the job. The job was called "OJT Respiratory Technician." OJT= On the job trainee. We had 6 months worth of training, College level testing and hands on testing before we were allowed to go out on our own and do our jobs. There were many jobs like this available back in the early 80's. I'm fairly certain I receieved this job because my boss was looking for the qualities you described above. I know he was also looking for people who were able to function under a lot of stress and were fairly quick learners. I was fortunate because today, most people aren't looking at a person holistically and many smart, emotionally capable people get passed by. I forgot to mention, I got to know many people in my 2 years on the job including, the Respiratory Therapists, this also helped me to attain the job because of my reputation. :) Thanks for sharing this! Sharing again.
- Producer30/01/2017Tu currículum no sirve para encontrar trabajoEl recurso al currículo es hoy una estrategia demasiado tradicional y poco eficaz cuando se busca un empleo. Es cierto que limitarse sólo al CV supone quedarse corto y no aportar mucha diferencia.Cuando una empresa lee tu currículo no percibe...
Comments23/05/2017 #88 Denis Gómez VazquezHola, me gustaría que alguien me pudiera resolver una duda que tengo con respecto al hilo. Hace un par de semanas me quedé sin empleo, no es la primera vez que estoy en esta situación. Lo primero que hice es ponerme via email en contacto con la gente que conozco y he conocido para informarles de mi nueva situación y de si conocen a alguien que pueda tener necesidades que se ajusten a mi perfil. Obviamente, la gente es muy amable y todo el mundo te intenta ayudar diciendo que les pases el curriculum y que miraran en su circulo a ver si hay algo. El tema es que la gente en unos días se tiende a olvidar de ti, y ojo, lo veo lógico, porque cada uno tenemos un día a día, con problemas y obligaciones.
Por lo que mi pregunta es la siguiente, ¿que debo hacer para recordar a estos contacto que sigo aquí en la misma situación? ¿Volver a ponerse en contacto no sería ser un poco pesado? Agradecería vuestros consejos.20/05/2017 #86 Javier 🐝 beBee@Rafael García Romano creo que este artículo es uno de los más vistos .... al menos a Google le encanta
https://www.google.es/search?q=tu+curriculum+no+sirve&oq=tu+curriculum&aqs=chrome.0.69i59j69i60j69i57.5510j0j4&client=ms-android-samsung&sourceid=chrome-mobile&ie=UTF-812/05/2017 #82 Mónica Salvador RodriguezEstoy totalmente de acuerdo, llevo tres años formando a personas desempleadas y el curriculum tal y como lo conocemos no les ha servido para encontrar trabajo. Trabajar su marca personal y hacer networking si que ha marcado la diferencia en muchos casos. @Candy Barreto Díaz @Sibell Reverón ¿Están de acuerdo?19/04/2017 #79 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#78 In England we called them CV's as well when we applied for jobs, but what I find interesting is that Latin meaning or origin of the word "curriculum vitae" means "LIFE PATH". When I learned that, it accords with three things I am in accord with
1. Life Path over Career Path
2. Human Voice over Marketed Voice
3. Appreciation over Followership
Life path is a 21st Century flow and being, career path is a 20th Century production line a.k.a. education - career - retirement.
Just as we are not going to get rid of the 20th Century in the way work is done, nor are the Taliban going to get rid of medieval philosophy either. The 20th Century was Edward Bernays and Frederick Winslow Taylor, two world wars and the epoch of the industrial revolution.
An example of an organization using a 21st Century way for modern job search is a company like ziprecruiter
Personal brand is not the the value proposition in job search, it is to own the highway from where people can be profiled in hundreds of places. Ian Siegel has done a brilliant job, kudos to him. What's not to love about their 21st Century mindset. Reid Hoffman calls this type of thinking blitzscaling and ever since I heard about that, I am interested in knowing who comes close to it. My vote is ziprecruiter.
Blitzscaling is detailed here: https://medium.com/cs183c-blitzscaling-class-collection18/04/2017 #78 Javier 🐝 beBee#77 @CityVP 🐝 Manjit Curriculum Vitae is a precious latin gift. LATIN root languages as Spanish, use CV instead of Resume.
A curriculum vitae, commonly known as a CV, is an alternative to writing a resume to apply for a job. While a resume is typically a page or two in length, a CV is more detailed and longer. A CV often contains more information on one's academic background than a resume18/04/2017 #77 CityVP 🐝 ManjitAs I come back to this buzz, it reminds me that curriculum vitae does not mean "career path", even though today it is viewed as a resume. Curriculum Vitae in Latin means LIFE PATH. That is a very important distinction.
The value of this buzz remains strong, but the meaning of Curriculum Vitae as "Life Path" absolutely informs my focus. The theme I wrote about in March for "Life Path" will now become a meeting theme for our Toastmasters campus club meeting I am hosting in May https://www.bebee.com/producer/@cityvp/my-curriculum-vitae
People do need to pay attention to the details mentioned in this buzz if they are using job search strategies, but I have also deemed the words "curriculum vitae" to be significant in their actual meaning and the meaning of LIFE PATH is one of higher order thinking and being.24/03/2017 #74 Daniel Gutierrez Perez 🐝Me gustó el artículo, en lo particular, poniendo mi punto de vista como reclutador, a mi no me importa del todo las experiencias laborales o la situación académica de la persona, sino la pasión que ésta desempeña dentro de la empresa, pudo ser albañil por 10 años y haber estudiado únicamente la educación básica y entrar a mi empresa buscando una oportunidad como vendedor y resultar ser el mejor vendedor por su pasión por las ventas y no por su experiencia laboral o formación académica, ninguna experiencia académica o laboral dicta que serás el mejor en un puesto, sí, que serás capaz sí, pero sólo la pasión y dedicación te harán el mejor en ese puesto. Y es cierto, las relaciones sociales son el pilar más fuerte cuando de encontrar trabajo se trata, de hecho tengo un artículo en el horno que trata sobre eso.
Eso sí, me ha sorprendido la plataforma de beBee, ya que te permite crear un perfil laboral completo, te mantiene en un ambiente más serio segmentado además te permite demostrar lo que sabes a través del bloggin, herramienta que a mi parecer, muestra tus principales , es por eso que aún beBee me mantiene interesado y primeramente Dios, espero continúe así....
- 22/02/2017My good friend of many, many years Venky has written another great piece, and this one on Networking but written in a way which the thinker thinks and not merely networks.
A Millennial's No-Nonsense Guide to Networking by @Venkataraman RamachandranA Millennial's No-Nonsense Guide to Networkingwww.linkedin.com Few years ago, when I used to work for a "Work-Hard-Party Harder" Gen-X consulting firm, Networking was the in-thing. It had a mysterious sex...
Comments22/02/2017 #4 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#3 Dear Laurent [ @Laurent Boscherini ] Venky is one of the great examples of a "learning journey". Take a look at his blog http://www.venkinesis.in/
From the time he was in college to today as millennial moving closer towards his 30's, not only have I watched him grow, but it was his mentor that sent him along with his other students to study me when I was writing online as "Mark Zorro", and that was years before he started officially blogging in 2007. Actually the task they were assigned was to be the first person who could find out who was behind "Mark Zorro".
Venky was the only one who succeeded in that task because he realized it is not about the person or a personal brand, but the task that the professor set for his students is about the life in that writing, which he wanted to see as an exploration in their own life. In the end it was great because he respected my privacy and I valued his developing and emerging mind, spirit and being and Venky continues to grow & develop.
He writes about his mentor with an awesome reverence and respect, especially since the professor in India even today, while that professor totally sits in the background, but who should be well proud of his charge or protege -that same student that I have watched over the years transform into a fine man, thinker and practitioner.
- Producer22/04/2016Top 5 Career Lessons for Millennials & Gen ZAs a 40-something member of Generation X, I have some career advice for Millennials. This advice is also applicable to Gen Z, the younger demographic following in the footsteps of their Millennial predecessors. These two groups represent a new...
Comments19/02/2017 #22 CityVP 🐝 ManjitThe core of this buzz is excellent. Personally I am developing a new twitch about marketing labels such as millennials, gen x, boomer etc - for if we are able to be conditioned to the label, maybe we will be the depicted stereotype. That is about the label.
The wisdom of a life in work carry timeless principles - maybe the the third item I see differently i.e. network on social media, because I prefer the simpler "network intelligently" . Social media is "media" and young people know that, and for them it is superfluous to say that networking today is virtual - the reality of mobile is a day-to-day reality for each successive generation that is making their way into the work world and those yet to come.
Young people are not extending their nervous systems, they are extending their inner circle so there is no loss of immediacy of people in those closely knit and small private groups. Where young people do feel the pinch and pain is in finding a job, even one that is well below their capability and in this regard the market is steadily becoming dog-eat-dog.
I have no qualms in the advice given here, very sound and to the point. The labels well as honourable Jews may say, they are Meh!19/01/2017 #18 Brian McKenzie#16 @Harvey Lloyd "I find that all too many people rely on education, experience and other very tangible things when presenting themselves." I have found HR Departments are far more interested in your Spirit Animal than education, experience, or precedence of revenue performance. *Hint - mine is a Minotaur with a Scorpion Tail armed with a Soviet Rocket Propelled Grenade Launcher - I call him Pavel.18/01/2017 #16 Harvey Lloyd@David B. Grinberg this applies to all. I am finding that 40+ somethings are in the job market or want to be and they are having the same difficulties.
If there was any one piece of advice that draws us to your well designed post it would be the word value. I am you are a certain value. The question to answer is how i am valuable to the employer or customers i seek. The fundamentals you have displayed here are excellent. Putting teeth in them requires developing a value set that potential money making opportunities want you.
I find that all too many people rely on education, experience and other very tangible things when presenting themselves. What a potential company wants to know in the end can they make money with you. I use the word money in a very broad sense. Not just profit, but also your interaction with others and how you will impact the total landscape.
Knowing your fit within the structure before you interview or sell will show through in the process. Projecting yourself within the organization once in, is something that creates value going forward.26/10/2016 #8 David B. Grinberg#7 Thanks for sharing your excellent insights @Flávio Rodrigues Vieira. I agree that when life knocks you down, the best thing is get right up again. Try and try and try until you succeed. The interesting thing is people recall the breakthroughs and successes, rather than any setbacks it took to get there along the way.26/10/2016 #7 Flávio Rodrigues Vieira@David B. Grinberg How wise my friend, thanks for sharing, I had the opportunity to read before, before working in the insurance industry, already delivered pizza as you age 16, was apprenticed to marketer, worked in shops convenience, stockist, general assistant, trainee salesman in a construction material store, fitter, painter, mason, were so many learning efforts, I believe that a great lesson is to determine, once in a music studio that also worked the director told me something very interesting, to achieve success he needed to drop 10 times, and the secret was always the same, the determination fell? get up, fell again? get up again, as long as life continues to follow their dreams, they will come!23/04/2016 #5 David B. Grinberg#4 Thanks for sharing you valuable feedback Neville. Yes, I concur that labels can indeed be divisive, especially in the workplace setting. In fact, I like to say that age is just a number. However, the media and society at large continue to perpetuate labels for various generations and then articulate their purported strengths and flaws, etc. This strikes me as a right of passage per se of every new generation coming of age, as the media tries to dissect their attributes or lack thereof. I recall, for instance, when I was growing up Gen X was dubbed, "The Lost Generation" and other unflattering terms. I'm sure that Gen Z will be the next demographic to come under scrutiny by media and society as they start to enter the work world. Thanks again for your thoughtful comments, kind sir!23/04/2016 #4 Neville Gaunt@David B. Grinberg that's a lovely read! Now a thought... what if we stopped talking of gen X or Y, Millennials, baby-boomers and the like and just spoke of human beings? At 57 years old your blog is totally relevant to people my age and those of my parents' age. Labels may be useful to put things in context but don't you find they can be damaging too?
- Producer03/02/2017Who you are and How do you tell it to othersThis is my first producer in English... The reason why I am doing it, it´s because I would like to explain something I have already spoken on a producer I´ve written before in Spanish. But I am going to talk about this topic telling you a real...
Comments20/02/2017 #7 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#6 Raquel, in the 20th Century there was a distinct relationship between leader and followers. Leaders thought, followers acted. What then is 21st Century leadership? Some say it is the leaderless which is actually anarchy. This is still anarchy that is in the traditional form of fight the power and not anarchy in the form of leadership networks.
Brazil Uprising Points to Rise of Leaderless Networks
Anarchy itself can be 20th Century or it has a 21st Century form which correlates to self-organizing systems and here the ant is used as an example of efficient networks.
Leader-less ants make super efficient networks
What makes me not an anarchist is knowing I am a human being and not an ant, nor am I a swarm that can give rise to new types of uprising. Leadership of humanity then is the leadership of our own individual humanity and as a result develop an ability to think and learn from the lessons of history. We lead our own humanity.
If ants can solve network design problems without help of a leader, then what can we solve if we are actually units of leadership and not followers. How does this create a 21st Century network? Do you see why I like the phrase "leaders create more leaders"?18/02/2017 #5 CityVP 🐝 ManjitIf you are wandering what the Bob Dylan reference is about - see here
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/trumpets-trumpeters-cityvp-manjit17/02/2017 #4 CityVP 🐝 ManjitRaquel, I look forward to following your buzzes and they don't have to be written in English. Where my hat of intelligence lands, there I am happy to engage the translation because at the end of the day - intelligent is intelligent no matter what language is spoken.
I don't see a lion when I look in a mirror because I think as a society we spend too much time in the mirror and that the great change is for us to look into the window that is where we are right now, because there is a whole world outside - and the 21st Century should be more about opening windows than looking at mirrors simply because we have a network of digital mirrors.
Bob Dylan - Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window?
Glad to make your bebee acquaintance, now and for the days to come as we buzz what ever way the DNA of destiny buzzes :-)
- 16/02/2017This is one of these baseline quotes that I shared with @Federico 🐝 Álvarez San Martín just now when he provided information on UX activities ad methods in a product and service design cycle.
he hard part is that in hiring smart people, an organization is also limited by the capability and dimension of thinking their CEO has - and that is not the same for every organization.
Some CEO's are able to see 5 years down the road, other CEO's can only see whatever they project in their latest personal branding efforts.
How does a CEO have time for an image makeover if they have capability which is unquestionable, proves itself over time and makes a difference in the market - surprising all?media.licdn.com
- 08/02/2017Outside of beBee Dr. Richard Claydon is one of the most intriguing minds I have come across, his latest posting is indicative of an individual living through his work process and continuously improving and evolving his thinking about work. On the way he acknowledges people who are informing him. In his latest post he mentions Jeffrey Rothfelder
In his comments he acknowledges respondents like Eitan Reich
While I may not have time to follow up on these people and their particular center. Claydon is definitely one of the edges I am glad to have noted in my on-going and personal learning journey.Culture eats strategy for breakfast! Doesn't it?www.linkedin.com Peter Drucker once said, "Culture eats strategy for breakfast". Or maybe it was lunch? Perhaps even dinner? It is, or course, apocryphal. Ducker...
Comments08/02/2017 #2 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#1 With my compass point Center and Edge :
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/center-edge-cityvp-manjit?trk=pulse_spock-articles View more#1 With my compass point Center and Edge :
Center and Edge is an articulation about my own learning journey and for me to think how I should adjust my compass.
This buzz is a part of that adjustment. Claydon both explores but also encourages interaction and what I love about him is in his particular journey he draws on a deep knowledge of philosophies and a sharp intellect driven by how he sees through his lens that includes the lens of irony. I love his thinking, but if the mind does not come to the mountain, then the mountain will come to the mind. (mountain being beBee of course). Close
- Producer07/02/2017Chaves do Sucesso Para Empreendedores Brasileiros - beBee 2017No mundo corporativo, há questões valiosíssimas que devem levadas em consideração por todos os empreendedores, gestores e administradores. Afinal, aprender nunca é demais, principalmente se tratando de um universo tão abrangente, como o de...
Comments07/02/2017 #2 CityVP 🐝 ManjitHi Alex - nice find! Looks like IBM have stats specific to different countries, the link below is in English for UK and Ireland study
More key for me is the underlying study that they have produced here:
IBM surveyed 818 CEO's for this study of which 7% were from South America region, so I am focusing on the questions the study asked rather than the results they compiled as to what is valuable for my own perspective and personal probe for insights. The CEO report is from a larger report that surveyed 5,247 C-Suite Execs. Definitely not 1.7 million CEO's but I don't care about that, what matters to me is that this report contains quality context and ideas - not the statistical veracity of the actual report.
On my initial browse through of the IBM report, it yet again confirms my belief that this is not the time for me dwell on old school persona but focus my attention on new school technologies. If I am prepared to make my own brain hurt as I study this, this is a very good thing and I will arrive at highly personalized insights - and so I definitely want to avoid joining the herd mentality and contribute to vanilla groupthink or what I call executives who are yesterday's people. Retro and nostalgie are fun and still sells big, I certainly am not selling this as a way of life but this report is a really good find for my own individual learning journey.
This is why I also LOVE!!! and I mean LOVE !!!! your opening paragraph in your buzz [This is beautifully expressed in ANY language]
" Afinal, aprender nunca é demais, principalmente se tratando de um universo tão abrangente, como o de negócios. "
Obrigado Alex !!! Obrigado !!!
- 06/02/2017Latest post on having an employee-focused plan in business-focused administration #employeeengagementAn Employee-Focused Plan During a Business-Focused Administration | The Huffington Posthuff.to Whether you love him or hate him , or you are somewhere in between, there is no doubting that Trump will do what it takes to benefit businesses. I am a...
- ProducerHigh Five For Transformation From WithinReal transformation occurs when we see the truth in a given situation. We are not always able to manage that process well all by ourselves. It helps to walk the journey with a trusted professional. Someone who looks at our blind spots from a higher...
Comments04/02/2017 #33 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.thank you @🐝 Fatima G. Williams, you are one of a kind!04/02/2017 #32 🐝 Fatima G. Williams#28 Thank you @CityVP 🐝 Manjit Your words are golden ! "At the heart of his bringing out or drawing out is the essential definition of education" This quote says it all. The expertise of bringing out the beautiful is an art by itself. And only by learning one is able to practice such an art. And learning starts with self.
Thanks dear @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc. You thrive beautifully too :) #beBeesforever04/02/2017 #31 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#25 Precious comments @🐝 Fatima G. Williams. thank you!04/02/2017 #30 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#27 @🐝 Fatima G. Williams, you are one of a kind, a power woman who is making a difference in this world. Thank you for your comments. I wish you all the best in your professional life. You thrive.04/02/2017 #29 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#28 dear @CityVP 🐝 Manjit, it is with great respect that I read your words. They mean a lot to me. May you be blessed for being such a wonderful person. Thank you so much.04/02/2017 #28 CityVP 🐝 ManjitAt the level of coaching, these are five foundations for what I look for in a brilliant coach. Great coaches can make these five foundations look easy and it is only when we take on a coaching role, the actual ability of a person that has expertise is fully appreciated. Coaching is not a beauty contest but it is about the expertise of bringing out the beautiful.
At the heart of his bringing out or drawing out is the essential definition of education. This is what education means and should be and why coaching is also a critical competency for the 21st Century as an element of transformation that is fundamental to understand. After half a century of HR practices, I expect intelligent people to say this is a wake up call - so long as we remain awake and understanding the journey ahead is an awakening, and we need to appreciate the role of great coaching on this journey. I for sure do.
A great coach creates a safe space and cultivates the sacred in trust, when I read this, I see this in Liesbeth's words and I see a practitioner that is one with her practice. I say kudos to Liesbeth. A great buzz from a brilliant servant leader.04/02/2017 #27 🐝 Fatima G. WilliamsThis buzz is also a good wake up call . In the process of advising/Coaching we forget to follow the same to happen in our lives. @Deb 🐝 Helfrich says "We become more ourselves through "an intimate dialogue with someone who knows how to listen so deeply, we hear ourselves." Sometimes that someone we can talk to is our-selves.
Self-transformation is also a key element of growth. I'm thinking that @CityVP 🐝 Manjit would have some extremely valuable to add to this buzz as well.
Tweaking with respect what dear @Sara Jacobovici says here " Self- transformation is to emphasise the importance of follow-up during each step of the process; what's been said and what's been done in response, synopsis of what has been "heard" and finally, at the end what have we achieved as a result of it all."
Life will expand indefinitely, but as human's are we improving ourselves. IMHO It's boils down to self-transformation through learning , meditation , etc etc and with Coaching we not only guide others to become a better version of themselves but in the process are transforming ourself as well.04/02/2017 #25 🐝 Fatima G. Williams@Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.. I love and agree to all the points you highlight here.
* Listen without judging to what is being told between the lines.Start from scratch with every coachee. It is not our story.* - Each individual is unique and has to be appreciated for their uniqueness.
According to me the transformational process is where, one makes one realise more positives than flaws and uses those positives as an incentive to make one commit to fixing those flaws. Then real transformation happens.
Yes We deserve the very best in our life. Let us enjoy every step within the transformational process! Love this buzz Thank you :) Sharing across31/01/2017 #23 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#21 beautiful reply @Franci Eugenia Hoffman! Thank you so much for your precious view.31/01/2017 #22 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#20 exactly @Kevin Baker, well observed!31/01/2017 #21 Franci🐝Eugenia HoffmanYour 5 Key points are meaningful guides to apply to our everyday living. If you take and analyze each one and listen within your mind, meaning absorb the intent, then you're setting yourself up for the transformation process and its benefits. Listening to those who are willing to help you is a major step toward you helping others.31/01/2017 #19 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#18 wow @Deb 🐝 Helfrich, this is truth from the highest quality. So appreciate you!31/01/2017 #18 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#16 I have been pondering for a few hours how meaningfully simple @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc. has rendered the complexity of our lives.
There is nothing more precious to a person facing challenges than giving our time with ears wide open.
I met a new connection yesterday who belongs in our network and he offered these profound words: "Our secret life is renewed through meditation, prayer, yoga, sleep, exercise, the quality of our listening, the an intimate dialogue with someone who knows how to listen so deeply, we hear ourselves." (https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/we-alone-our-aloneness-kashmir-birk)
We become more ourselves through "an intimate dialogue with someone who knows how to listen so deeply, we hear ourselves."
These minds of ours swirl so fast. When we coalesce our thoughts into words for someone we can trust to work at just listening, we meet ourselves through our own voices.31/01/2017 #17 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#16 thank you @Cyndi wilkins, well said. Emotions just prove that we are human. Feeling and sharing them creates a deeper bond.31/01/2017 #16 Cyndi wilkins"Sharing emotions is sacred. Handle it with care." I think we are on to something deeper here @Deb 🐝 Helfrich...The challenge is not so much the in "feeling" the emotion itself, but rather the FEAR involved in sharing it with others...Vulnerability is terrifying...Our own fear of it is our biggest obstacle...Thank you @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc....This ties in nicely with what I see emerging here with collaborative efforts among many in network;-)31/01/2017 #15 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#14 manipulation never works on the long term well added @Mohammed Sultan. Our limited beliefs can sabotage growth, that is true31/01/2017 #14 Mohammed SultanStrategic change goes beyond manipulating people skills to manipulating the org culture,strategies and structure.It's likely to result in a transformation in the workplace that may alter everything ,altering what people do,the skills ,the org tone ,the alignments and may be the way they compete.The major enemy of change is the top executives held beliefs which resist change.These beliefs usually works as a gravitational forces that held the whole org back to resort to the status quo ,favoring established directions that proved successful in the past based on their wrong assumptions.They also instead of helping the active change agents ,they tangle up the strategy and make it hard for them to implement.31/01/2017 #13 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.'Weaknesses' are charming opportunities for growth.31/01/2017 #12 Harvey Lloyd#8 I agree and appreciate your input. You nailed one of my weaknesses that is carry over from the construction years. Follow up is something that i have to schedule, focus and get really organized around. In construction ego took care of follow up. Ego doesn't go over well in the professional world.
My wife will let me know when i have slipped back into "construction mode" she is a saint. I just have to hide the two by fours. So i have a great resource at my side for assisting in followup. Thank you for your support of my success @Sara Jacobovici.
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- Russ Coffman discusses his "Silver Bullet of Leadership" and serves his opinion around the context of the US Army's Human Dimensions Strategy.The Silver Bullet of #Leadershipthestrategybridge.org The demands on the military leaders of the future will change. However, effective leadership empowered by social intelligence allows our men and women to lead and inspire their followers today and in the future. Leaders that care enable our...