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How to Become a Hyper-Learner

STAYING relevant in this Digital Age requires that we learn, unlearn, and relearn as a way of being. Ed Hess calls it Hyper-Learning. How well we think, learn, and engage in the human tasks of the future depends on how well we manage and optimize what’s going on with our minds, brains, and bodies. Humankind has always faced these challenges but what is different today is the intensity—the timeframe we have available to learn, unlearn, and relearn. Our egos make us think we know more than we do ...
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Six Simple Ways To Master Inner Peace In 2021

Hang on, leaders: 2021 plans to be a wild ride. If you’re to operate at the top of your game, Ed Hess says you need to cultivate Inner Peace. Here are a few tips for getting started. The post Six Simple Ways To Master Inner Peace In 2021 appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Self Improvement, Personal Growth, Thinking Aloud, Self Development, Inner peace, Edward Hess, Ed Hess


Seven Things Every Leader Should Stop Doing In 2021

If you want to thrive in the new world of work, you’ve got a lot to learn — and a lot to unlearn. Ed Hess suggests you make quitting those outdated (and harmful) leadership behaviors your resolution for the upcoming year. The post Seven Things Every Leader Should Stop Doing In 2021 appeared first on Young Upstarts.
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These Seven Employee Behaviors May Well Predict Your Company’s Odds Of Survival

by Edward D. Hess, author of “Hyper-Learning: How to Adapt to the Speed of Change“ The old way of working is dead. Its death throes began decades ago, and the COVID shake-up has slammed the lid on the coffin. In a world of flux, we all have to be 24/7 learners, innovators, and collaborators. Yet most companies continue to allow, encourage, or even force workers to keep up their old rugged-individualistic, head-down, fear-driven, Industrial-Revolution-era ways. Many leaders don’t even realize th...
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First Look: Leadership Books for September 2020

Here's a look at some of the best leadership books to be released in September 2020. Don't miss out on other great new and future releases not listed here. Hyper-Learning: How to Adapt to the Speed of Change by Edward D. Hess The Digital Age will raise the question of how we humans will stay relevant in the workplace. To stay relevant, we have to be able to excel cognitively, behaviorally, and emotionally in ways that technology can't. Professor Ed Hess believes that requires us to become Hyper...
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Humility is the New Smart: Are You Ready?

S MART used to be a quantity game. “I know more than you. I get more things right.” But Ed Hess and Katherine Ludwig say that in the new Smart Machine Age, that’s losing game. The new smart is about quality. Specifically, the quality of your thinking, your listening, and your relating and collaborative skills. Are you ready? The Smart Machine Age (SMA) will revolutionize how most of us live and work. In Humility is the New Smart, the authors state that “smart technologies will become ubiquitous...
Tags: Facebook, Leadership, Personal Development, Jane Dutton, Barbara Fredrickson, Katherine Ludwig, Ed Hess, NewSmart Organization Optimal


6 Future-Proof Skills Your Next Hire Needs

One of the biggest and most befuddling challenges for global companies of every size is creating and maintaining a future-proof workforce. As automation and AI render formerly useful employees redundant, leaders looking to remain competitive in a rapidly changing business landscape need to hire and retain employees with future-proof skills that benefit their organizations for years to come. The End of Creative Destruction? For the global workforce, the stark, uncompromising reality is this: o...
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Humility Casts a Wide Net

HUMILITY casts a wide net and makes possible the work of leadership. Nothing facilitates community, collaboration, and innovation like humility. In Humility is the New Smart, Ed Hess and Katherine Ludwig define humility as “a mindset about oneself that is open-minded, self-accurate, and not all about me, and that enables one to embrace the world as it is in the pursuit of human excellence.” Their definition encompasses the mind of a leader that will be able to lead in a changing and uncertain ...
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