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Source: http://www.jarche.com/2013/11/connected-leadership-is-not-the-status-quo/ ...

Source: http://www.jarche.com/2013/11/connected-leadership-is-not-the-status-quo/

As a result of improved trust in the workplace, leadership will be seen for what it is - an emergent property of a network in balance and not some special property available to only the select few.

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  • Harold your Leadership thoughts are very provoking and cause me to ask: 1) While we have more 'means' of communication and knowledge than ever in history; surveys still say that 'communication' is the leading problem in companies today. 2) The 'new networks' really are a 'web'...a spider web of gossip, back stabbing, and misunderstood written language because there are limited (surface) relationships. 3) Pertinent, value-added, professional, synergy-team based networks are still the requirement.
    Leadership = Influence; Respect; Relationship; Trust
    Agree that 'staying busy' and therefore remaining 'isolated' is a poor excuse for shallow relationships. (Yes, let's get to where the action is -- where the rubber meets the road....Japanese Gemba)
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  • Fantastic presentation and being a leader is always a big responsibility. I've found being open about changes and involving everyone in what is going on is the best way to be a good leader
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  • Hi Tom. Yes, we do presentations and workshops.
    http://connectedworker.co.uk/workshops/the-connected-leader-workshop/
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  • Harold,

    Love this! The idea of network leadership is one I believe is the future of leadership and I like the way you present the 'wirearchy' of triangular flows...

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    • The Connected Leaderis not the status quomimiandeunice.comHarold Jarche jarche.comSunday, 28April, 2013
    • ‘Leadership’ is the trait peoplewho have been successfulascribe as the reasonfor their success.It is one of those propertiesthat appears to beempirically unverifiableand is probably fictional.- Stephen Downes (2011)Sunday, 28April, 2013
    • AmbiguityComplexityDeal with it! Nurture it!CreativityCritical ThoughtLife in perpetual ßetajarche.comSunday, 28April, 2013
    • It’s the network ...The 21st century workplace is all aboutunderstanding networks,modelling networked learning,supporting and strengthening networks.jarche.comSunday, 28April, 2013
    • OpennessTransparencyDiversityof Ideasenables reinforcesfosterstrustknowledge flows & trust emergeswith loose hierarchies + strong networksAKA “wirearchy”jarche.comwirearchy.comHow a Knowledge Network in Balance FunctionsSunday, 28April, 2013
    • As networked, distributed workplacesbecome the norm,trust will emergefrom environments that areopen,transparentand diverse.jarche.comSunday, 28April, 2013
    • OpennessTransparencyDiversityof ideasenables reinforcesfosterssocialnetworksknowledgesharinginnovationtrustsupport & reinforce social networksto share knowledgejarche.comSunday, 28April, 2013
    • As a resultof improved trust,leadership will be seenfor what it is -an emergent propertyof a network in balanceand not some special propertyavailable to only the select few.jarche.comSunday, 28April, 2013
    • In today’s workplaceit is a significant disadvantageto not actively participatein social learning networks.jarche.comSunday, 28April, 2013
    • To know the culture,be the culture.Sunday, 28April, 2013
    • mimiandeunice.comThe constant demandfor more controlled processes(e.g. compliance training)fails to build resilienceinto the organization.jarche.comSunday, 28April, 2013
    • When one group sees the glass half fullwhile the other has no glass,how can there be meaningful dialogue?“Leadership by walking around” -getting executives off their buttsand out of their offices & board roomsis a good start.jarche.comSunday, 28April, 2013
    • ServantLeadershipNetworked ContributorsConnected LeadershipLoose Hierarchies & Strong NetworksListeningAnalyzingSetting ContextBuilding ConsensusTransparentDiverseOpenjarche.comSunday, 28April, 2013