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Dismantling the HR Ego: Collaborating with External Skeptics

This series takes a deeper look at what’s happening inside human resources and talent acquisition now. Over three parts, we’ll hold up the mirror for self-reflective HR and TA pros keen to open their eyes to the vulnerabilities impacting the work they do, from inside, outside, and the echo chamber surrounding the space. Ego impacts […]
Tags: Motivation, Featured, Networking, News, Communication, Tech, Recruiting, HR, Guest Post, Collaboration, Branding, Blog Posts, Talent Acquisition


Engineering Beauty

The fourth and most understandable error we made...was to have turned over all aspects of freeway route selection and design to the engineering profession. Of course, engineering is an absolutely necessary element in the road-building process. But engineering proficiency...is not all that is required. ... Freeways do not exist apart from the world. ...even the Division of Highways recognizes the fact that values of a sort that do not lend themselves to narrow economic analysis are important. ....
Tags: Education, California, Economics, Collaboration, Jazz, Menlo Park, WB, St Patrick, Oroville Dam, Stefan Kac, Aesthetics, Interdisciplinary Issues, Engineering and Engineers, Pushkarev, Bronson (william, William BronsonHow


Détourn or Deform?

"A Maximum of Openness: Jacqueline de Jong in conversation with Karen Kurczynski" in Expect Anything Fear Nothing (2011) ed. Rasmussen and Jakobsen p. 195 JdJ: ... If you look at it, you can see that I printed it in the smallest font possible so that no one could read it. And it was on purpose. I was already at that moment not very happy with the guys in Drakabygget, mainly Thorsen, I must say. The Drakabygget people were making détournements of articles of mine, such as "Gog and Magog," in thei...
Tags: Art, Collaboration, Jazz, Appropriation, Rasmussen, Gog, Stefan Kac, Jakobsen, Thorsen, Détournement, Remix Culture, Kurczynski (karen, Situationists, Karen Kurczynski, De Jong (jacqueline, Fakes And Fakery


The Covid-19 Lessons That Business Leaders Should Keep After the Pandemic

Good leadership skills may differ across businesses, yet few of these skills prepared leaders to manage the turmoil over the past year. The pandemic has shown that leadership skills fundamentally matter, and also highlighted what leadership skills are particularly important in navigating uncertainty – in politics, business, and in our personal lives. So, what has made some people respond to the unprecedented changes of the pandemic better than others? Ideas of what constitutes a good leader have...
Tags: Lyft, UK, Leadership, Leaders, Empathy, Ford, Collaboration, Teams, Deloitte, Kpmg, Adecco, Leadership Lessons, Pandemic, Remote Teams, Social Purpose


Your Leadership Operating System: Ego Or Eco?

“The Ego is an exquisite instrument. Enjoy it, use it – just don’t get lost in it.” – Ram Dass We’ve worked with them and for them – individuals in leadership positions who prioritize profits over people, place a greater value on transactions than interactions and view themselves on a higher level than those around them. While their ego-driven ambition may be effective in generating short-term gains, attaining goals is different from achieving growth. In his best-selling classic business book, “...
Tags: Leadership, Leaders, Collaboration, Collins, Ego, Jim Collins, Eco, Otto Scharmer, High-performing Teams, Ecosystem Leadership, Leadership Ecosystem


How to use Microsoft 365's remote collaboration tools to work effectively from home

Microsoft 365 makes it easy to work and collaborate remotely. wundervisuals/Getty Images Microsoft 365 offers a number of remote collaboration tools, including SharePoint, OneDrive, and more. A Microsoft 365 subscription lets you collaborate remotely with almost anyone who has a computer. Microsoft also has a communication app called Teams that lets you chat and share files instantly. Visit Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Microsoft offers a wealth of collaboration to...
Tags: Microsoft, Trends, Remote Work, Working From Home, Collaboration, Microsoft Office, OneDrive, Skype, Sharepoint, Microsoft Word, Skype Skype, Dave Johnson, Microsoft Thomson Reuters, Microsoft 365, Tech Insider, Microsoft Teams


How to build a brand that elevates your business

Building a brand is often synonymous with building a business. Your brand communicates what do and what you stand for, and it helps build trust with potential clients. Here are a few tips for building a brand that'll ultimately boost your business.
Tags: Marketing, Brand, Service, Radio, Collaboration, Partners, Teams, Agent, Partnership, Branding, Personal Brand, Brokerage, Select, Mauricio Umansky, Back To Basics, Theme-month-202104


[PODCAST] Beezy – Employee Collaboration in a Post-COVID World with Michael Hicks

Beezy – Employee Collaboration in a Post-COVID World with Michael Hicks Today on the RecruitingDaily Podcast, we have Mike Hicks, Chief Marketing Officer at Beezy here to talk about collaboration, especially employee collaboration, in a post COVID world. So we’re going to imagine a world where COVID is not dominating everything in our lives and we’re […]
Tags: Productivity, Technology, Featured, News, Podcasts, Trends, Company Culture, Tech, Employee Engagement, Data, Collaboration, Branding, Michael Hicks, Blog Posts, Hr Technology, RecruitingDaily Podcast


Inviting your employees to write and define your business values can strengthen company culture - here's how

When your employees feel ownership over the company's values, they're more motivated to embrace them. Ezra Bailey/Getty Images Michael Simpson is an entrepreneur and CEO of PAIRIN, a Denver-based career services platform. He asks his employees to define and solidify his company's values at a yearly mountain retreat. By giving his employees ownership over team values, Simpson says they were more motivated to embrace them. See more stories on Insider's business page. Starting...
Tags: Entrepreneur, Trends, Strategy, Company Culture, Values, Collaboration, Denver, Nordic, Simpson, CEOs, Contributor, Michael Simpson, Employee Feedback, Company Values, Pairin, Contributor 2019


Messaging app Wire raises $21 million

Wire, the end-to-end encrypted messaging app and service, has raised a $21 million Series B funding round led by UVC Partners. As the company said a couple of years ago, the company is focusing on the enterprise market more than ever. While Wire started as a consumer app, it never managed to attract hundreds of millions of customers like other messaging apps. That doesn’t mean that Wire is a bad product. The app lets you securely talk with other people using text messages, photos, videos and voi...
Tags: Security, Fundings & Exits, Startups, Europe, Tech, Encryption, Gartner, Collaboration, Messaging App, Wire, UVC Partners, Morten Brogger, Right now Wire, Messaging Layer Security MLS Wire


It’s Past Time to Rethink the Role (and Label) of Manager

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Tags: Leadership, Strategy, Collaboration, Execution, Industrial Revolution, Digital World, Leading Change, Leadership Caffeine, Just One Thing, Art of Managing, Management Innovation, Think Differently, Manager as Middleware, Rethinking the Role of Manager


Are these Sacred Cows or Trojan Horses? 

Like me, are you fascinated and yet irritated by the mythology that  surrounds modern working practices?   By mythology, I mean that growing collection of words and phrases describing working practices that  have long lost their true meaning.    Some examples   If you are not sure what I mean, here are a few examples .    Balance:  Disguising indecision as a bland compromise that attempts to achieve many things but ends up accomplishing nothing .   Collaboration:  Creati...
Tags: Leadership, Workplace, Preparation, Leaders, Workplace Culture, Balance, Creativity, Mythology, Collaboration, Excellence, Breeden, Leadership Practices, Jake Breeden


Collabio lets you co-edit documents without the cloud

Meet Collabio Spaces: An office suite app with a cloudless co-authoring twist that looks helpful if you need to collaborate on documents without having to worry about losing control of your data or the thread of changes. The p2p software lets multiple people co-edit a document locally — from a mobile device or desktop computer — without A) the risk of uploading sensitive information to the cloud (i.e. as you must if you’re using a shared document function of a service like Google Docs); or B) t...
Tags: Apple, Google, Productivity, Startups, Apps, Tech, Remote Work, Czech Republic, Prague, SaaS, Collaboration, Google Docs, P2p, London UK, Libre Office, Goroshko


7 Strategies To Build Collaborative Relationships

Perhaps, one of the positive outcomes of this pandemic has been the fact that many more organisations have begun to realise that effective collaboration is imperative for long-term success. In a crisis situation, it becomes even more important that organizations pull together experts with unique, cross-functional perspectives to solve rapidly changing, complex problems that have long-term implications. The diversity of experience allows a group to see risks and opportunities from different angle...
Tags: Leadership, Communication, Collaboration, Collaborative, Collaborate, Strategies, Workplace Relationships, Collaborative Relationships, Gaye Hendrick


Are geniuses real? The neuroscience and myths of visionaries

Revolutionary ideas and culture-shifting inventions are often credited to specific individuals, but how often do these "geniuses" actually operate in creative silos? Tim Sanders, former chief strategy officer at Yahoo, argues that there are three myths getting in the way of innovative ideas and productive collaborations: the myths of the expert, the eureka moment, and the "lone inventor." More than an innate quality reserved for an elite group, neuroscientist Heather Berlin and neurobiologist Jo...
Tags: Yahoo, Success, Neuroscience, Intelligence, Brain, Creativity, Innovation, Collaboration, Mind, Genius, Tim Sanders, Bach Beethoven, Heather Berlin, Joy Hirsch


Taking A Look At The New Zenith DEFY 21 El Primero Felipe Pantone

I am happy to admit that my taste in watches spans from the classic and reserved to the more “out there” and wacky pieces. I’ve made no secret of my love for avant-garde and non-traditional watch design. It’s not always easy for brands to step outside of conventional design, either by their own self-imposed boundaries […] Visit Taking A Look At The New Zenith DEFY 21 El Primero Felipe Pantone to read the full article.
Tags: Watches, Collaboration, Chronograph, El Primero, Hot Take, New Zenith, El Primero Felipe Pantone


「Deaf-World in Japan」Presentation and Webinar at University of Findlay - Valuable Feedback and Corrections

Thanks to all at the University of Findlay and all of the webinar participants. My friend and colleague, Mark Bookman, a Ph.D. Candidate in East Asian Languages and Civilizations at the University of Pennsylvania, also zoomed in to the presentation. He is close to finishing his dissertation on the history and politics of disability in Japanese and global contexts. Mark is an expert on the kinds of things I was talking about in Part Two of my lecture. He gave me some valuable feedback and I want...
Tags: Japan, Disability, Anthropology, Collaboration, University of Pennsylvania, Mark, University of Findlay, Presentation Feedback, Mark Bookman


Passive collaboration is essential to remote work’s long-term success

Mohak Shroff Contributor Mohak Shroff is head of engineering at LinkedIn. He leads the engineering teams responsible for building, scaling and protecting LinkedIn. In 1998, Sun Microsystems piloted its “Open Work” program, letting roughly half of their workforce work flexibly from wherever they wanted. The project required new hardware, software and telecommunications solutions, and took about 24 months to implement. Results were very positive , with a r...
Tags: Startups, Column, Microsoft, Labor, Linkedin, Tech, Collaboration, Video Conferencing, Sun Microsystems, Telecommuting, Whiteboard, COVID, Distributed Workforce, Mohak Shroff


Pando Moto and Zero Motorcycles Have Some EV-Inspired Clothing For Your Closet!

Three Pieces, One Design Just like the guys from Donut Media said (here’s the video), you can’t own a Tesla without a cringey vanity plate tacked onto the back to inform everyone else on the roadways that you’re a witty genius that has decided to give up traditional petrol-powered transportation and instead opted for the way of the future. I guess the same can go for your electric motorcycles too. Pando Moto and Zero (your favorite E-bike manufacturer) have teamed up to bring you some sweet col...
Tags: Tesla, Motorcycles, Collaboration, Motorcycle News, Donut Media, Zero Motorcycles, Pando Moto


The Happenstance at the House on the Hill

During the grind of lockdown, musicians exchanged notes on modes of creating through the barrier The post The Happenstance at the House on the Hill appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Music, Technology, House, Collaboration, Musicians, Friday, Sound, Hill, Live-streaming, Lockdown, Top Six, Happenstance, Shane Cooper, COVID-19, Centre for the Less Good Idea, In Concert @ House on the Hill


Album review: ‘Indaba Is’, a rite of remembrance

The collaborative album Indaba Is, facilitated by Siyabonga Mthembu and Thandi Ntuli, is greater than the sum of its parts The post Album review: ‘Indaba Is’, a rite of remembrance appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Music, Collaboration, Jazz, Friday, Album Review, Pandemic, Giles Peterson, Thandi Ntuli, Sunny Side Up, Brownswood recordings, Siyabonga Mthembu, George Floyd, Sibusile Xaba, Sisonke Xonti, Ndabo Zulu, Artistic Community


Why You Need a Family Mission Statement

Despite the pandemic turning our home and work lives upside-down for the past year, it has also provided us with a perspective that would have been hard to imagine in a pre-COVID-19 world. On my best, most optimistic days, I can see how the pandemic forced my family to slow down its increasingly frenetic schedule. It…Read more...
Tags: Articles, Values, Collaboration, Lifehacks, Brainstorming, Mission Statement


Are Working For A Boss Who Is A Tornado?

Having a disruptive leader means you need to take special precautions Image Credit: jan jernmark So the big question that I have for you is what kind of boss are you currently working for? Right now it is very trendy to be a disruptive leader. These types of bosses have a take-no-prisoners management style that can both ignite new trends within the company while at the same time crushing the competition. However, it turns out that there is also a darker side to these types of boss...
Tags: Career, Careers, It, Manager, Collaboration, Deadline, Charismatic, Dissent, Jim Anderson, Management Style, Charming, IT manager skills, IT manager training, IT team building, Disruptive Boss, Take-no-prisoners


Are You Working For A Boss Who Is A Tornado?

Having a disruptive leader means you need to take special precautions Image Credit: jan jernmark So the big question that I have for you is what kind of boss are you currently working for? Right now it is very trendy to be a disruptive leader. These types of bosses have a take-no-prisoners management style that can both ignite new trends within the company while at the same time crushing the competition. However, it turns out that there is also a darker side to these types of boss...
Tags: Career, Careers, It, Manager, Collaboration, Deadline, Charismatic, Dissent, Jim Anderson, Management Style, Charming, IT manager skills, IT manager training, IT team building, Disruptive Boss, Take-no-prisoners


Who is this man? DOOM collaborator John Robinson on the Villain’s approach to life and art, part one

Living in Georgia in the US for a few years, John Robinson, aka Sci, built a close bond with DOOM. In this two-part interview, he reminisces on the moments they shared The post Who is this man? DOOM collaborator John Robinson on the Villain’s approach to life and art, part one appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Music, US, Atlanta, Georgia, Rap, Hip-hop, Collaboration, Friday, Doom, John Robinson, SCI, Next Level, Stahhr, Bigg Jus, Fondle ’Em Records, Scienz of Life


Who is this man? DOOM collaborator John Robinson on the Villain’s approach to life, part two

Living in Georgia in the US for a few years, John Robinson, aka Sci, built a close bond with DOOM. In this two-part interview, he reminisces on the moments they shared The post Who is this man? DOOM collaborator John Robinson on the Villain’s approach to life, part two appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Music, US, Atlanta, Georgia, Rap, Hip-hop, Collaboration, Friday, Tumi, Doom, John Robinson, SCI, Scienz of Life, Sub Verse Music, Ben Sharpa, Special Herbs


How data can defeat the next pandemic

This coronavirus pandemic is very much still ongoing, but now is the time to discern its lessons so that we are more prepared for the next one. Michael Dowling, president and CEO of Northwell Health, shares how their health system is collecting and utilizing vast amounts of health data to best care for patients and to quickly identify and manage COVID-19 surges. "I would say that we probably had the most elaborate dashboard of any health system dealing with this crisis," says Dowling. Northwe...
Tags: Health, Science, Government, Virus, Public Health, Innovation, Collaboration, New York State, Northwell Health, Dowling, Pandemic, Global Issues, Michael Dowling, Coronavirus, Dowling Northwell Health


Can better data defeat the next pandemic?

This coronavirus pandemic is very much still ongoing, but now is the time to discern its lessons so that we are more prepared for the next one. Michael Dowling, president and CEO of Northwell Health, shares how their health system is collecting and utilizing vast amounts of health data to best care for patients and to quickly identify and manage COVID-19 surges. "I would say that we probably had the most elaborate dashboard of any health system dealing with this crisis," says Dowling. Northwe...
Tags: Health, Science, Government, Virus, Public Health, Innovation, Collaboration, New York State, Northwell Health, Dowling, Pandemic, Global Issues, Michael Dowling, Coronavirus, Dowling Northwell Health


2021 Trends: Open-Source Creativity

In November, we launched our annual trends report – Think Forward 2021: The Social Reset. It features the six key trends that we expect to shape social media over the next 12 months. This post looks at the sixth trend covered in the report: Open-Source Creativity. For more, check out the full Think Forward report here. Creativity on social has always thrived through the removal of gatekeepers, the democratisation of tools and the fluidity of remixing what’s already available online. But spe...
Tags: Trends, Seo, Social Media Marketing, Creativity, Charli Xcx, Collaboration, Thought Leadership, Digital Trends, Dua Lipa, RCI, Digital Collaboration, Tiktok, Melissa Ong, Think Forward 2021, Open-Source Creativity, Reese Cooper


Why large groups of people often come to the same conclusions

Large groups of people everywhere tend to come to the same conclusions.In small groups, there's a much wider diversity of ideas.The mechanics of a large group make some ideas practically inevitable. People make sense of the world by organizing things into categories and naming them. "These are circles." "That's a tree." "Those are rocks." It's one way we tame our world. There's a weird correspondence between different cultures, though — even though we come from different places and very differe...
Tags: Psychology, Decision Making, Amazon, Facebook, Social Media, Personality, Innovation, Collaboration, University of Pennsylvania, Debate, Cooperation, Nature Communications, Annenberg School for Communication, Damon Centola, Douglas Guilbeault, Network Dynamics Group NDG