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- 26/05/2017Almost everyone aspires to be a leader but the chief ingredient that makes a leader effective is the followers. Followers are an essential part of the leadership equation. My ongoing research on Leadership has led me to propose 7 Types of Followers:
1. Sycophants: the flatterers—yes people. Sycophants are not truthful and can set the leader up for a great fall.
2. Critics: the opposition. The detractor’s goal is to challenge and question the leader’s every behaviour and policy.
3. Realists: the constructive critical thinkers. If they agree with the current course of action, they will back the leader 100%. Alternatively, if they disagree, they will give constructive feedback.
4. Loyalists: the genuine supporters. They are highly engaged and work hard to support the leader.
5. Traitors: the silent haters and conspirators. They have strong negative emotional feelings about the leader and secretly work to undermine him / her.
6. Spectators: the observers. They hold a position of neutrality about the leader.
7. Opportunists: the freebooters. They see the leader as a means to an end.
Followers impact leaders and the Leadership process.
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- 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.
- Producer26/05/2017The Importance of Not Giving a ****When I was young, I lived my life according to everyone else’s expectations. Even when I thought I was blazing a trail and doing my own thing, I was still conforming to another group of people’s expectations. I was a giver and a people pleaser; a...
Comments26/05/2017 #7 🐝 Fatima G. WilliamsYeah I remember this dialogue in the movie big mama I guess " “If Mama ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy.”
Supercool buzz. I've stop taking people's bullshit as well. Too tiring my God!
Fake friend's, negative people, selfish people they better stay away from me coz I ain't gonna be ok with the crap they put up.
- 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 #12 David B. GrinbergJuan, I also want to add per point #6 that studies and anecdotal evidence show that more Millennials view work autonomy as a non-negotiable job criteria. Moreover, Millennial workers are in high demand and will soon comprise the majority of the global workforce compared to other age groups, especially as Baby Boomers and GenXers increasingly retire. I also assume that Gen Z -- the younger cohort of Millennials -- will also demand flexible work options as a prerequisite for considering any job offer. Although most members of Gen Z are still in high school, the oldest members of this demographic are starting to graduate college and embark on their first professional jobs. Therefore, flex work is a major incentive to them as well.
Thus, it's important for employers to recognize why flex work makes good business sense from the standpoint of recruiting, hiring and retaining the best available talent, particularly among a new generation of young people. Employers who ignore flex work options do so at their peril, as talented applicants will be hired by the competition. On the employee side, it's critically important to remember that with increased work autonomy comes increased accountability and trust by management.
Thanks again, Juan, for a terrific and timely read. FYI - here's another buzz I wrote about an emerging flex work management model: Results-Only Work Environments (ROWE) https://www.bebee.com/producer/@dbgrinberg/new-work-paradigm-for-millennials-gen-z-is-results-only26/05/2017 #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.
- 24/03/2017Featured on GlobalSpec's website - How does the current digital revolution compare with past industrial revolutions?How Does Today's Digital Revolution Compare to the Industrial Revolution of the Past? | Engineering360insights.globalspec.com Larry Boyer, Director of IHS Advanced Analytics, discusses today's digital revolution and how it compares to the earlier industrial...
- Producer26/05/20175 Tips To Cultivate Self ConfidenceChange is the only constant. Highs and lows are part of life and living but very often when they are internalised subconsciously they get projected outward by your behavioural traits. They are then one of the parameters of how you are perceived in...
Comments26/05/2017 #2 CityVP 🐝 ManjitIn the perfect world we live with a family that loves us and home is where our confidence is. This however is rare, either the home is torn asunder by economic pressures, or people try make their way to the outside world, and it is in this harsher environment that self-confidence becomes a survival skill. Counting on people who may or may not be the friends we think they are, needs us to rely more on prescription, then life is search for a happiness pill.
This is where me and @Javier 🐝 beBee can enjoy our difference, because two of his greatest idols are much more like me and they are Sevy Ballestros and Rafeal Nadal. Where I share a commonality with @Javier 🐝 beBee is the root of working class life.
Sevy pushed back at authority and wanted to change the game, and he was a kind of a daredevil. It is the dark and the light that made him. Nadal's greatest strengths stem from what some would see as a weakness, which is his capacity to doubt.
This is what Nadal said about confidence in at Time magazine article :
"On confidence .. http://time.com/108222/rafael-nadal-interview/
“I doubt about myself,” Nadal says. “I think the doubts are good in life. The people who don’t have doubts I think only two things: arrogance or not intelligence.”
Now if this reality does not fit the scenario of tips for confidence then don't shoot the messenger. I love a yin-yang life, I love healthy contradictions in character. I agree with Nadal but I am not him.
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- Producer25/05/2017#USBuzz #2: How to create a power profile on beBee This week Matt 🐝 Sweetwood & Virag talk about why it is crucial to fill in all the sections when you sign-up for any social media platforms, and especially when you register on beBee.com. Tag a friend you think would benefit from these...
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- Producer25/05/2017Dating Advice: Sex Is Better With the "Devil's Lettuce."“Drugs haven’t helped my sex life — neither has dating, for that matter.” AnonymousSome people need sex aids and stimulants more than others. I don’t because my sex life consists of writing about sex. When I’m not doing that, I practice alone a...
Comments26/05/2017 #23 Robert CormackI haven't seen the rubber mallet featured in a movie, @Chas Wyatt. I hold the rights to it, actually, something I intend to monetize at some point in the future. You can use it for sex, test reflexes or reset your partner's brain, depending on force and accuracy. I'll also write about it in the future as "Rubber Mallets I've Used and Loved"#2226/05/2017 #22 Chas ✌️ Wyatt@Robert Cormack, I had never heard the term "Devil's Lettuce" before; it must be a hold-out from the 50's 'Reefer Madness' propaganda. I do recall telling my dad that those exotic looking plants in the garden were "African Tomatoes". He only bought it for a short time period, though. I guess short-term memory loss explains recollections of epic orgasms. Is the rubber mallet featured in "Fifty Shades Darker", or something?🔨26/05/2017 #17 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee#7 (cont) The engineer exclaimed, "Oh--hash brownies!" I put on my widest grin and said, "yup." Within a few hours, the laughter was raucous coming from the R&D dept. The Engineer frantically came to me and said, "Were those hash brownies?" I said,"yes--grass brownies." He said, "Why didn't you tell me?" I said, "I did."26/05/2017 #15 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee#7 @Robert Cormack You'll want to read this along with Paul. So it was the 70s. I worked in an engineering dept. Women were being force-fed into the system by affirmative action. It was the beginning of semiconductor tech, and we were space cadets and said so. There was one engineer who was famous for dubbing test and production area's mistakes as hash-brownie time. I still remember his singsong tone--"It's HASH BROWnie time." Xmas came and I pulled his name out of the grab for gifts. I made the most deeelicious brownies ever. I had a coworker buy me an ounce of the best grass ever, whipped up a batch of chocolate gold with the better part of the ounce in it, and proudly presented my gift at Xmas.26/05/2017 #13 Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand AmbassadorWow, I learn something new every day here on beBee. Never heard of devils lettuce , being in Food 🥘 Logistics and Cold storage I thought is this a new produce item???? Made me laugh, please accept Bill Best Buzz Award for the evening 🥇🥇🥇🥇🥇. 👍👍👍👍🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝😊😊😊26/05/2017 #9 Robert CormackI hadn't hear of "Devil's Lettuce" until I was researching. Some things jump out at you and the next thing you know, you've got a post. Imagine finding our cattle outnumber women 27:1 in Wyoming. There really is humorous in everything. Thanks for reading, @Paul Walters#526/05/2017 #6 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBeeI don't write much about sex; I just read you. I swear I got off twiddling with the keyboard before MS stole my hands. Used to tell people it was better than sex. Now nothing works, so I read you. But you make me laugh. Horny no. But at least I'm better informed because of you. Thanks for a great read--and a great laugh.26/05/2017 #5 Paul Walters@Robert Cormack I had never heard the moniker . " the devil's lettuce' I bloody love that !!! You just made my day. Great piece thanks Robert ! Oh by the way , I live in a country where getting caught with a joint can get you up to 10 years in a not so nice place so I believe that the authorities believe that it is indeed 'the devils lettuce !
- Producer25/05/2017True Happiness Means Doing These 4 Things Every DayTo be happier at work, our knee-jerk reaction is to tackle the most obvious causes of stress and anxiety: micromanagement, poor communication, inefficient tools, lack of ownership and better work/life balance, etc.However, improvement in these areas...
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- Producer25/05/2017My Journey with Multiple Sclerosis.I woke up this morning, and my right hand was completely dead. I mean like this dead tumor hanging off the end of my arm. Like a skin tag. No feeling—no sensation—and my mind was screaming something about writing. How am I going to write? The only...
Comments26/05/2017 #39 Aaron 🐝 SkogenMS is such a horrible disease @Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee, I have no words. You are a brave soul Joyce, thank you for sharing. I will again be cycling in another MS150 ride in a few weeks to support The MS Society and the millions like you who suffer from MS. Your name is among the other friends and family what will be displayed on my "I Ride for" tag.26/05/2017 #38 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee#34 See--knowing what I know can be retraumatizing. My thought process translates such things into children being put at risk--a most horrendous thing if you ask me. Considering such things is what I think I should avoid in order to better manage my disease. But you might just as well ask me to stop breathing.26/05/2017 #35 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee#34 There is only one state that has abolished the Statute of Limitations for such abuses. I forget which. Massachusetts--where I live--changed the Statute of Limitations to 35 years. So from here on in, professionals (or anyone, for that matter) should be able to be prosecuted in this state. Mandatory Reporting Laws across the US are being diluted with "frivolous" reporting clauses. In Massachusetts, Mandatory Reporting Laws are currently under consideration for changes. Under current law, if the person has reached the age of majority, the abuse does not need to be reported. But predators do not stop predating, so it is hoped that all abuses that occurred against anyone as a child must be reported if the law is changed. This was my dilemma. I reported for a second time when I was about 29. So it wasn't reported. Records were whitewashed. Allegations were not recorded in any way. To my way of thinking, this was unethical. I'm in the process of having those allegations inputted into my records.26/05/2017 #34 🐝 Fatima G. Williams#32 A priest once tried to abuse me. He was for sure scared because I was a smart one big mouth. I told him I tell my mom and my favourite teacher everything I do. He said he'd give me pocket money when ever I needed and he would do a physical examination of me. I was not ill and I told him what for brother ? I dont need any money and walked away. Later I told this to my teacher who told me never to meet him alone again but she was too shy to explain what abuse was I guess! So I always took 2 or 3 friends with me when we had to meet him for our catechism class work. She had advised me not to tell anyone or my mother all this and I haven't till date. So thats how these black sheeps escape. I think I knew what abuse was only after I finished college. They never told about all this stuff when I was in school. Such a closed shell we lived in.26/05/2017 #33 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee#31 Complex trauma holds the following categories--severe child abuse, concentration camp survivors, and prisoners of war. Childhood sexual abuse can be viewed as complex trauma in some cases. Trauma is an injury, which, I am thinking, is why professionals are having such a hard time classifying it in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manuel (DSM). Professionals find it hard to admit the brain can be "injured" by events. I believe if you feel that an event has caused injury you can consider it traumatic. An example of my complex trauma is here: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@joyce-bowen/my-story-of-abuse26/05/2017 #30 🐝 Fatima G. Williams#29 I do hope you have a book written about all this stuff to publish and make known to this world all these decievers. I will market your book for free.
People need to accept and react to such people. Even now this is happening. Priest's who are supposed to protect are pouncing on young children. I think the solution to that would have the priests castrate themselves on their coronation. God forgive me if I’m wrong but thats how angry I am when I read about them abusing children.26/05/2017 #29 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee#25 Thank you for your Tweets, Fatima. Hopefully, I will get some of this stuff resolved. I was raked over the coals by so many due to my investigations, and the pathology of some of them is severe, so I will not even attempt some. But I can restore some of my reputation. Those who suffer complex trauma often go on to suffer what is called institutional trauma. It is fascinating to see all this stuff from the inside, but disturbing to have to unravel it for myself and others. Myself primarily.26/05/2017 #28 🐝 Fatima G. Williams#27 You get bored Lol your a treat Joyce. Everything you say in your post pretty much happens everywhere in the world. If we report the ones who deceive us who are celebrated by everyone we become pirates I suppose. A never ending topic and a never solving issue I should say.
Like imagine the way medical check up were introduced just so they can suck more blood and money from the people.26/05/2017 #27 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee#25 But the strength? I have no choice in the matter. Thank you for your comment. I do realize I could just give up and got to bed and did so for about a year. It's taking too damn long for my body to give out, so I got bored and here I am.26/05/2017 #26 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee#25 If you read @Ian Weinberg's stuff on neuroscience, he mentions in comments (I think or perhaps on one of my pieces on MS) that this disease can be caused by trauma. I am currently trying to relieve the sources of trauma I can. I have records loosely affiliated to https://www.bebee.com/producer/@joyce-bowen/deception that I am trying to have amended. It's a source of anger for me, and anger is not a good thing. I spoke to a woman yesterday. The policy is to allow the professional to deny the amendment, but I am accusing the professional of wrongdoing, so what gives? I told her I would simply upload the records to google+ with my statement of allegations and refer any of my current professionals to that site. She begged for time, so I'm giving her a few weeks.26/05/2017 #25 🐝 Fatima G. Williams@Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee Your strength to fight through this amazing. I don't know from where you get the strength to carry on but I admire you and I wish to have the same courage and confidence if something should befall me.
Your biggest weapon is you release/exform all that happens to you through words which is good for you in a way your telling your body that your will power is greater than what it's trying to do to you and I salute you for that. Sending you all the healing from the universe with love and hugs. I wish there's cure for every darn disease in the world or may be there is and we are deprived of it.26/05/2017 #24 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee#23 Remember--everything has a cost. We live in a society that requires you have money to survive. If I could, I would look into stem cell research. But hey. That's just the way it is. I was trying to find out about wheelchairs today, never mind voice to text. But thanks for the thought.26/05/2017 #23 Nicole ChardenetGod, Joyce, this is awful. Awful that you have to be afflicted with this beast of a disease. I can well imagine your panic at wondering how you're going to write with one useless hand. If you've not looked into voice-to-text technology yet, you might want to think about it. Don't let the bitch silence you.
May you have the strength to carry on and will your limbs back to usefulness like you did your hand today. (((hugs)))25/05/2017 #21 Todd JonesI am again left speechless, Joyce. You are both an inspiration and a warrior on many fronts. I also know that you are too proud to ask for help, so I will...
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