Depreciating Intellectual Capital

LDRLB

Hamel argued that on biggest challenges facing large companies was senior leadership “inability to write off their own depreciating intellectual capital. What are you doing to keep your knowledge from depreciating? Yesterday, I finally got around to listening to the latest Office Hours podcast from Daniel Pink. Dan’s guest for the month was Gary Hamel, author of What Matters Now (review forthcoming) and The Future of Management (review not need – buy the book).

Depreciating Intellectual Capital

LDRLB

Hamel argued that on biggest challenges facing large companies was senior leadership “inability to write off their own depreciating intellectual capital. What are you doing to keep your knowledge from depreciating? Yesterday, I finally got around to listening to the latest Office Hours podcast from Daniel Pink. Dan’s guest for the month was Gary Hamel, author of What Matters Now (review forthcoming) and The Future of Management (review not needed – buy the book).

Preview Thursday: Conversations Worth Having

Lead Change Blog

Conversations have two dimensions: appreciative-depreciative and inquiry-statement. The first dimension describes the nature of our conversations as either appreciative–adding value–or depreciative–devaluing. Depreciative Conversations.

Quote of the day: Frederick Douglass

Crossderry Blog

Those who profess to favor freedom, and yet depreciate agitation, are men who want crops without plowing up the ground. They want rain without thunder and lightning. They want the ocean without the awful roar of its many waters. — Frederick Douglass Filed under: PMO.

4 Ways to Avoid False Humility

Leading Blog

In short, you start believing your own self-depreciating falsehoods. H UMILITY IS A CHOICE. When you meet a humble person you know you will be accepted, respected and listened to. They won’t try to manipulate you, control you, criticize you or try to impress you. They are safe.

The Best Leadership Books of 2016

Leading Blog

Superbosses can be fierce or gentle, belligerent or self-depreciating, but whatever their style, they do a much better job inspiring and teaching because they get in their trenches with protégés, leading by example and giving them personalized attention they require to move up quickly.

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Three Secrets Presentation Pros Keep To Themselves.

Rich Gee Group

Power it down to make a point — get them to focus — but then bring it back up by asking a question or make a self-depreciating comment to make them laugh. To be honest, there are times when I’m scared.

My 2 bits on Bitcoin and Brexit

CEO Blog

The argument can be made that this will make it an appreciating currency rather than a depreciating on. I am highly worried about Brexit even though I buy nothing and sell nothing in England and rarely go there. I have almost no interaction although I do know a few people who speak English. I worry the ripple effect of the vote will cause a worldwide recession. We are in delicate times and it does not take much to turn psychology.

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Do You Need a Leadership Storm?

Modern Servant Leader

Over time, this results in a drought of leadership and depreciates our greatest asset: the people. Storms that may seem destructive, often bring positive results. A leadership storm can have the same impact.

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Relief At Last? Small Business Jobs Act Signed by President

Women's Leadership Exchange

Extension of 50% Bonus Depreciation: The bill extends – as the President proposed in his budget – a Recovery Act provision for 50 percent “bonus depreciation&# through 2010, providing 2 million businesses, large and small, with the ability to make new investments today and know they can receive a tax cut for this year by accelerating the rate at which they deduct capital expenditures. The top 10 songs for small businesses may be changing.

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The Heart of a Warrior

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Healthy Habits Of Successful Leaders – An Expert Roundup

Joseph Lalonde

Cars that depreciate and have almost no value in a few years. Becoming A Healthy Leader There are plenty of ways to become a healthy leader. I’ve shared various ways you can become a healthy leader over the last couple of weeks.

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But My Business Is Different… | N2Growth Blog

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The Leadership Walk

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Love and Leadership | N2Growth Blog

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Leadership and Opportunity | N2Growth Blog

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Why Businesses Fail | N2Growth Blog

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Business Model Architecture | N2Growth Blog

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Shut-up & Listen | N2Growth Blog

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