Do You Know The Value of Your Social Capital at Work?

Lead Change Blog

The bottom line is, aside from your method of choice, how you say things is as important as what you say, particularly when it comes to building social capital. What is social capital and why is it important? What is social capital?

Do You Know the Value of Your Social Capital at Work?

ReImagine Work

The bottom line is, aside from your method of choice, how you say things is as important as what you say, particularly when it comes to building social capital. What is social capital and why is it important? What is social capital?

Are You The “Go-To Person” for Useful, Valuable Information? – This is Social Capital Worth Building (Insight from Jonah Berger, Contagious)

First Friday Book Synopsis

At work; in your “networking” world; what makes you useful – valuable – to those around you? I presented my synopsis of Contagious by Jonah Berger again yesterday, and this idea from the book just jumped out at me. If you are the “go-to” person for relevant, important, useful information – if you know something […]. Randy''s blog entries

How to Compete Like the World’s Most Innovative Leaders

Skip Prichard

Innovation Capital. And one of the most overlooked reasons for entrepreneurial failure is innovation capital. The dangers of not understanding, or overlooking, innovation capital are illustrated by the battle between two great inventors: Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla.

What Does Your Network Look Like?

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Recently, Jason texted me the title of a conference session he was sitting in—Social Capital: Using ONA to Unleash Potential Across an Organization. Networking Relationships Social Capital ONA performance SNAImage courtesy SMR Foundation.

Managing a Successful Career

Coaching Tip

Professor Wayne Baker in his book, "Achieving Success through Social Capital: Tapping Hidden Resources in Your Personal and Business Networks" says, "There is deeply rooted myth in North American culture that shapes our behavior. Let's not waste another minute.if

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Do you hate networking?

Coaching Tip

Increasing one's social capital is all knowing how to share knowledge so it not only adds value to the organization but also to your recognized worth within it. While all industries are knowledge-based today, personal knowledge and social capital capabilities are critical to professional service firms (such as consulting, investment banking and law) and research-driven firms that depend upon the capabilities of knowledge workers, both individually and working together.

Leadership: Collaboration

Coaching Tip

The new currency isn’t intellectual capital. It is social capital –the collective value of who we know and what we’ll do for each other. James M.

Influencers Wanted

Coaching Tip

But the rise of social media has highlighted the importance of networks , and companies are determined to capitalize on the power players lurking in their workforces. Making friends at the office has never been more rewarding.

Community: Often Overlooked Cause of Good Health

Michael Lee Stallard

As Malcolm wrote: In transplanting the paesani culture of southern Italy to the hills of eastern Pennsylvania the Rosetans had created a powerful, protective social structure capable of insulating them from the pressures of the modern world. connection culture community connection connection cultures malcolm gladwell social capitalA couple years ago I had the good fortune to meet Malcolm Gladwell at a Rotman Business School event and tell him how much I enjoyed his work.

Talking with Each Other @ Work

Coaching Tip

Other successful companies build upon social interaction to develop innovative concepts leading to disruptive product and service developments. Find out more about social capital by clicking here. Effective social networks that are built on the "law of reciprocity" flourish.

Decision Making Scenarios

Coaching Tip

This ''law of love'' is identified in many different ways--for example, in Wayne Baker''s bestseller, " Achieving Success Through Social Capital " (Jossey-Bass), this law of love in the workplace is described as the "law of reciprocity.". The path to reciprocity is indirect: reciprocity ensues from the social capital built by making contributions to others. Acts of contribution, big and small, build your fund of social capital, creating a vast network of reciprocity.

Schmooze Like a Pro: 5 Expert Tips on Networking

First Friday Book Synopsis

Here is an article written by Camille Reyes (New York City) for The Glass Hammer, an online community designed for women executives in financial services, law and business. Visit us daily to discover issues that matter, share experiences, and plan networking, your career and your life.” To check out a wealth of other free resources, [.].

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New World Companies: The Future Of Capitalism

Strategy Driven

Throughout the years, I have revised my description of these timeframes in a company’s life to take into account the emergence of what I call social response capitalism. I became increasingly aware of the financial ramifications of social response capitalism while working with new world companies. This is social response capitalism. This involves the assimilation of “social response values” into its products and services.

Social Capital Is as Important as Financial Capital in Health Care

Harvard Business Review

But effective cooperation, particularly in a setting as complex as health care, requires more than a resolve to play well together; it requires leadership to explicitly recognize the need to build social capital across the organization, and implement a strategy accomplish it.

Becoming a Network Linchpin

Coaching Tip

The best leaders build the ‘social capital’ of their organizations,” says Dr. Wayne Baker, author of Achieving Success Through Social Capital (Jossey-Bass, 2000).

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A Generation Gap Warning – I Think Face-To-Face Needs To Be Protected and Preserved, Especially In the Age of Facebook

First Friday Book Synopsis

Don’t let the real water cooler dry up… Standing up and leaning over a cubicle wall to actually talk to co-workers can earn you a lot of social capital. Lancaster Millennials social capital social media The M-factor -- How the Millennial Generation is Rocking the Workplace Trouble in River City water coolerLynne C.

Practicing the Law of Reciprocity

Coaching Tip

The Law of Reciprocity ( www.LawofReciprocity.com ) can work with social networks created among individuals in a group, team or organization by having individuals identify needs or requests and then having others in the organization respond to those needs or requests with resources or contacts. Baker: Achieving Success Through Social Capital: Tapping Hidden Resources in Your Personal and Business Networks. .

Work Together or Fail Alone

Coaching Tip

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5 Ways To Instantly Elevate Your Leadership

Joseph Lalonde

Invest in your social capital by connecting more powerfully with others. Social capital is one of the most valuable assets that can be possessed by leaders and organizations.

LeadershipNow 140: September 2016 Compilation

Leading Blog

Do You Know The Value of Your Social Capital at Work? Here are a selection of tweets from September 2016 that you might have missed: Criticism, Boundaries and Useful Feedback by @JesseLynStoner. Nobody Rises To Low Expectations by @tnvora. Learn from the Best: Google’s Nine Principles of Innovation via @IXchat. The Ambidextrous Leader by Julian Birkinshaw via @LBS. Want to Be a Good Boss? Start by Understanding Why You Want to Lead via @KelloggSchool.

How To Introduce People: Two Rules For Better Networking

LDRLB

Intro-bombing people by randomly showing up in their email inbox with a list of new people to talk to isn’t only inappropriate, but it will likely reduce the amount of social capital you’ve build with that person and that community.

The Law of Reciprocity

Coaching Tip

This ''law of love'' is identified in many different ways--for example, in Wayne Baker''s bestseller, " Achieving Success Through Social Capital " , this law of love in the workplace is described as the "law of reciprocity.". The path to reciprocity is indirect: reciprocity ensues from the social capital built by making contributions to others. Acts of contribution, big and small, build your fund of social capital, creating a vast network of reciprocity.

Your Social Media Press Kit

Coaching Tip

Since social media is becoming such an important tool for business, it is important that your business create a clear market presence message for those who want what you provide. Social media is also important for finding a new job or letting others know about your career strategy.

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4 Ways to a Better Bottom Line

Lead Change Blog

The GMI measures Intellectual, Psychological and Social Capital to reveal both strengths and areas for development. The face of business has changed.

Build a Simple System to Achieve Success

Coaching Tip

By being selective as to who we let into our social networks, we retain the ability of instantly collaborating with many people across time zones and borders. Effective social networks that are built on the "law of reciprocity" flourish.

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Elizabeth Pieters accepted into Forbes Human Resources Council

N2Growth Blog

Our mission with Forbes Councils is to curate successful professionals from every industry, creating a vetted, social capital-driven network that helps every member make an even greater impact on the business world.”.

Building Relationships Across Cultures In Today’s World

Tanveer Naseer

Our web of relations creates the foundation for our lives as social creatures, no matter what culture we come from. In many parts of China –– the art of networking in business revolves around a system of building social capital known as guanxi (gwan-shee).

Givers give without expectation of immediate return.

Coaching Tip

This 'law of love' is identified in many different ways--for example, in Wayne Baker's bestseller, " Achieving Success Through Social Capital " (Jossey-Bass), this law of love in the workplace is described as the "law of reciprocity.". Your Social Media Press Kit.

What do Blue Lobsters Have to do With Innovation? Everything!

Mills Scofield

The CEO either has to be or love Blue Lobsters, to be willing to invest not just money, but diligently invest his/her personal time, effort and social capital, finding and developing Blue Lobsters as well as assuring the culture will accept them.

The 5 Smartest Strategies to Build Influence in the Workplace

Career Advancement

Successful influencers cultivate alliances with people across the company who are in positions of leadership or who have strong social capital. “Leadership is intentional influence.” Michael McKinney~.

Shaking up Yahoo is an effective change management strategy.

Coaching Tip

Increasing one's social capital is all knowing how to share knowledge so it not only adds value to the organization but also to your recognized worth within it. Success = Human Capital (what you know and can do) X Social Capital (who you know and who knows you) X Reputation (who trusts you). Yahoo—that has struggled to come up with new ideas—is making a smart call. Most studies of telecommuting focus on how working from home affects employees.

The Serendipity Machine

Mills Scofield

” By opening its lounge to the growing network of independent professionals, Seats2meet.com began to build an interface between its business and the wealth of social networks. It is an attitude of openness and sharing that anyone operating within a social network needs to have anyway.

Well Connected People Get Results

Coaching Tip

Formula for Success: The formula for both personal and corporate success = your human capital (what you know and can do) times your social capital (who you know and who knows you) times your reputation (who trusts you).

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Job Search and Person-to-Person Networking

Coaching Tip

But online social networking may not always be separate from traditional networking since one so often leads to the other. The formula for success = your human capital (what you know and can do) times your social capital (who you know and who knows you) times your reputation (who trusts you). Baker: Achieving Success Through Social Capital: Tapping Hidden Resources in Your Personal and Business Networks.

All Work in Done Through Relationships

Coaching Tip

Positive social relationships — the uplifting connections associated with individuals’ interpersonal interactions— have beneficial effects on a variety of aspects of human behavior and health.

Is there a code to attraction?

Coaching Tip

This 'law of love' is identified in many different ways--for example, in Wayne Baker's bestseller, " Achieving Success Through Social Capital " (Jossey-Bass), this law of love in the workplace is described as the "law of reciprocity.". The path to reciprocity is indirect: reciprocity ensues from the social capital built by making contributions to others. Acts of contribution, big and small, build your fund of social capital, creating a vast network of reciprocity.

Mentoring Still Not Happening for Women in the Workplace

Great Leadership By Dan

Since women often have difficulty building social capital at work, mentoring is even more critical to their success.

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First, Know Yourself

Coaching Tip

Your success formula is based on: Your Human Capital (what you know and can do) X Your Social Capital (who you know and who knows you) X Your Reputation (who trusts you). You must know yourself to express yourself.

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Why Self-Awareness Matters

Coaching Tip

The formula for personal success = your human capital (what you know and can do) times your social capital (who you know and who knows you) times your reputation (who trusts you). " Know Thyself."

Real Dysfunction Today, Hidden in Plain Sight

Michael Lee Stallard

We are sorely deficient of what I refer to as connection (also known as community, social capital, belonging or meaningful relationships).

Use Your Super Powers For Good Not Evil

Management Craft

As leaders, sometimes we should spend a little social capital and roll the dice on a promising potential - cautious smautious. Have you ever had to deal with someone who abused their power/authority and made everyone miserable? Of course you have! That's why I found Sharlyn Lauby's post about the two types of power (bestowed and earned) that everyone has so interesting. Earned power comes from who we are and what we know.

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Social media summit

Lead on Purpose

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