Human Capital Strategies March 25 through March 31
Happy Monday Everyone! I hope you all had a wonderful weekend, and not too many April Fools Day jokes played on you.
Welcome to the latest edition of Human Capital Strategies! Each week, we give you insight into the 5 most interesting blog articles of the week. They will help you improve your most important assets, your people and yourself. This week, we feature posts, which contain information on leadership development, organizational culture change, a few great quotes, Disney vs. Apple and much more!
We hope you enjoy!
See you next week!
Sean Glaze (Guest Post), Michael Hyatt’s Intentional Leadership Blog: How Penguin Leadership Will Change Your Team Culture
What do penguins know about leadership? A lot more than you think, in this post, Sean explains how a penguin’s leadership skills can cure a toxic culture! Check out this article to see how you can start leading like a penguin and make a splash!
Follow Michael on Twitter: @MichaelHyatt
Follow Sean on Twitter: @leadyourteam
John C. Maxwell, John Maxwell on Leadership: From my files: Mistakes
We all make mistakes, without mistakes we would not be able to grow and succeed. In this post, John shares eight of his top quotes on mistakes.
Follow John on Twitter: @JohnCMaxwell
Ken Blanchard, How Gov Leads: Nine Strategies for Implementing Change
Do you believe that it is time for your organization’s culture to change? Do you feel as if you have no say in the matter? In this post, Ken explains a “change model” that Pat Zigarmi and Judd Hoekstra have developed. Ken goes on to explain each of the nine strategies and outcomes that the model covers about dealing with change.
Follow Ken on Twitter: @kenblanchard
Joshua Gans, Harvard Business Review: Disney Nailed Attention to Detail Long Before Apple
Paying attention to detail is one of the most important things to do to be successful, yet many people do not take the time to slow down and make things perfect. In this post, Joshua discusses two of the greatest companies of all time. These are Apple and Disney. Check out this blog post to see what makes these companies so great!
Follow Joshua on Twitter: @joshgans
Kate Nasser, Smart SenseAbilities Blog: Leaders, 6 Positive Replies to Transform Complaints Into Action
Do you have employees or co-workers who constantly complain? In this post, Kate discusses the question, “What will engage employees to move from complaints to action?” Kate then provides six positive replies that will transform the complaints into action.
Follow Kate on Twitter: @KateNasser