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Adam Grant Aug 10
A lesson it took me too long to learn: Liking someone does not mean you'll like working with them... or work well with them. When choosing collaborators, don't forget to consider how dependable they are—and whether they have different skills but similar values.
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Ralph Aug 3
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Nothing could be worse than returning to normality. This pandemic is a portal, a gateway from one world to the next. We are in a space between worlds. We are reminded: use your imagination wisely.
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Jon Husband Jun 26
Most competency models are based on / generated from what worked to deliver high performance in the past. There is some degree of generic-ness to that, but it is increasingly less effective in the swirling constant change of work woven into connected flows of information
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Dan Pontefract May 20
You're now a remote leader. Have you asked your team member's the following yet? 1) How is your mental health? Physical health? 2) Do you feel valued by me? The team? 3) Are you feeling lonely? 4) Are you working with a sense of purpose? 5) What can I do to help you right now?
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Ralph May 22
Although communication skills help us ask questions, to get information, it does not always mean that we are really connecting well with one another. We can build relationships by asking different questions.
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Ralph May 7
Florian Schneider, who has died at the age of 73, helped forge a new future for electronic music 🎵A real visionary that created “new quality” by connecting his vision and technique, 🎹 influencing many others, for decades
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Ralph May 5
Speaking about our “new normal“
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Dan Pontefract May 4
The organization that isn’t proactively supporting the mental wellness of its employees today is the one that will have much to answer for post pandemic. 👇👇👇
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The number of consultancy firms recycling old leadership platitudes for use in a crisis is depressing, dangerous and pathetic
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Ralph Apr 9
Has your organization been forced into unplanned remote work? If so, join TELUS experts at our upcoming English based webinar to learn more, On April 15th 1PM EST.
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Jon Husband Apr 9
"Knowledge, power and an historic shift in work and organizational design" ... work/org design has begun to respond, shift to remote work is a massive vector ...
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Ralph Apr 7
Replying to @jonhusband
Doing fine thank you Jon. Keeping safe... I hope all is well with you too.
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Ralph Apr 7
Replying to @jonhusband
Yours was right, the rest of us are a very late
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Ralph Apr 7
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Dan Pontefract Apr 4
I am tired of people complaining about companies. “The network is slow.” “My call dropped.” Telecom has been deemed an “essential service.” Start appreciating what they do & how much they contribute. My thoughts.
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Ralph Apr 7
Replying to @jonhusband
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J.K. Rowling Apr 3
No quote tweeting, but if you're a 'life coach' who's on here implying people are losers if they aren't learning a new skill/building a brand while on lockdown, maybe stop. People have challenges you know nothing about. Sometimes getting through something is more than enough.
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Jabe Bloom #BLM Mar 25
A learning organization (in Resilience Engineering terms) is one in which the organization is (continuously?) discovering the boundaries at which the current model of competence begin breaking down and limiting the organizations ability to adapt to (emergent) complexity.
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Dion Hinchcliffe Mar 26
My observation: The community seems to be one of the most impactful and long lasting outbranchings of . That and the community. So many obsessed about the tools (including, often, me), but it was always about the ideas and people, and what they did.
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