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How can leaders provide invisible support?

November 5, 2012 Simon Leadership Development

One of the most interesting insights I gained from the 2012 Neuroleadership Summit was Kevin Ochsner’s research suggesting that ‘invisible support’ could be more brain friendly and effective than ‘visible support’. For many years now I have espoused the principle that the primary function of a leader is to create an environment in which their […]

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ASTD Conference 2012 – Wednesday

May 9, 2012 Simon Leadership Development

For my final session at ASTD 2012 I thought I would try something a little different and went to the Leader as Storyteller presented by Evrim Kuram of Dinamo Training and Consulting. Evrim means evolution in Turkish (which was so memorable because of her first story) and the lady herself had a delightful presentation style […]

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ASTD Conference 2012 – Tuesday

May 8, 2012 Simon Leadership Development

Following her impactful performance on yesterday’s panel session, I decided to switch my planned first session today and attend Beverly Kaye’s May I See Your Whine List? How managers can support development. Key messages from Bev’s intro were: – Organizations should begin to reward people for just growing in their careers. – What sounds like a whine […]

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