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How does a leader get people engaged so they are willingly involved and do what needs to be done, even going the extra mile and producing results beyond expectations? See my new blog #leadership advisor #engagement #sarahcornally #realleaders http://www.sarahcornally.com/thoughts/blog/item/44-ten-questions-for-leaders-who-want-to-create-real-engagement.html

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Our inability to masterfully engage with difference or a challenging situation can lead to conflict – AND there are ways to express yourself clearly without the dynamic becoming a conflict, combative or defensive. Fear / worry about speaking up can be addressed by weighing up the cost of NOT speaking up. #leadershipcapacity #conflict #constructivefeedback http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dr-travis-bradberry/5-secrets-to-mastering-co_b_12389998.html?platform=hootsuite

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Supporting people in your organisation to effectively deal with bullying strengthens the overall organisational culture. #workplacebullies #organisationalculture #bullies&power http://www.sarahcornally.com/thoughts/blog/item/47-how-to-connect-to-your-power-in-the-face-of-a-bully.html

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Getting feedback is important in improving performance – and constructive feedback is generally well understood. However even when co-workers or staff are constructive, they often get a reactive response from supervisors. Despite best intentions and genuine interest in feedback, it can trigger deep set responses; having the inner resources to accept feedback is where the gap seems to be. #highperformance #leadershipcapacity #brandleadership #HBR https://hbr.org/2016/10/can-employees-really-speak-up-without-retribution?platform=hootsuite

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Comprehensive overview of our cognitive biases – how some are useful, while others can seriously undermine our effectiveness and relationships. Humans use biases to deal with too much information, overcoming confusion, having to act quickly – often with limited information, and which pieces of all the information we absorb do we remember? Downsides of our biases include – we miss things, we conjure illusions, quick decisions can be flawed & our memory reinforces error. #cognitivebias #unconsciousbias #leadershipcapacity #mindsetshift http://qz.com/776168/a-comprehensive-guide-to-cognitive-biases/
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