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Understanding “New Power”

The crowd is challenging traditional leadership. Here’s how to harness its energy.

Forms of Power | Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships

Power is often thought of in a negative and coercive manner (‘power over’ being seen as domination or control of one person, group or institution over another). However, there are alternative expressions of power that pave the way for more positive thinking and action.

5 ways a manager can earn his subordinates respect & trust

Leadership Fundamentals: Transparency and Trust

The leadership fundamentals of trust and transparency are the fundamentals of leadership that stands between ordinary results and extraordinary results.

Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni

The Five Dysfunctions of Team is a team development model that explores the fundamental causes of organizational politics and team failure. Initially applied...

5 Powerful Things Happen When A Leader Is Transparent

Trust and transparency have become popular workplace demands as employees seek to be aware of what is real and true. People have grown tired of surprises and want to exist in a work environment that allows one to have greater clarity of thought – by eliminating the unknowns that continue to creep into our minds with each decision we make or relationship we foster. If you survey the workplace, besides the need for job security and career advancement opportunities – employees want to be a part of a workplace culture that puts a premium on delivering the truth. They desire their leaders to be proactive in sharing where the company is headed and forthright about its future. In other words, they just want transparency so they can plan and protect themselves. Five powerful things that happen when a leader can be transparent.

Trust in Organisations: Pauline Voortman at TEDxRadboudU 2013

Pauline M. Voortman is a 'reflective practitioner'. She works as a trainer and consultant specializing in trust in organizations. She has experienced that wh...

The Neuroscience of Trust

Compared with people at low-trust companies, people at high-trust companies report: 74% less stress, 106% more energy at work, 50% higher productivity, 13% fewer sick days, 76% more engagement, 29% more satisfaction with their lives, 40% less burnout.

Busy is the New Stupid

I'll attempt to make this a short post, because you're busy, and I'm busy too. Really busy.

Siemens’ C.E.O., on Building Trust and Teamwork - The New York Times

“The difference between a good team and a great team is usually mind-set,” says Peter Löscher, C.E.O. of Siemens.

7 Misunderstood Truths About Workplace Trust | Psychology Today

What is the most misunderstood word at work? Most of us think we know what workplace trust is and isn't - but the truth is we often don't. Do you?

Build Trust, Negotiate Power Dynamics and Communicate Effectively « Collaboration Coach

When there is trust, partners are more open with each other and comfortable with conflict; they see it as a product of active engagement and the dynamic nature of collaboration. While some partners may have more influence, capacity, resources and/or commitment than others, the power dynamics can be managed effectively. Trust is also a by-product of good communication.

Partnering brings together organisations with very different interests and values, so trust cannot be assumed from the outset. It has to be earned over time. Cultivating productive working relationships at three levels (among individuals, partnering organisations, and other stakeholders) can pay dividends in terms of the achievement of mutually agreed goals.

5 Strategies to Build Trust and Increase Confidence | Psychology Today

The ability to build trust is essential to our wellbeing and to our success in life. We are aware of this, because when a breach in trust occurs, our world is shattered. Yet, in a world filled with uncertainties, building trust can be a huge challenge. How can we build trust? I share 5 effective strategies I use to build trust in countries affected by armed conflict.

The Five Dysfunctions of a Team

Lencioni’s 5 Dysfunctions of a Team – Taskworld Blog – Medium

Ahhhh, organizational politics. You can love watching Game of Thrones and the mental and physical chess battles that unfold, but it doesn’t mean you want to live them every day in your workplace…