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Weekly Video Post: about Teamwork…

May 21st, 2009

Here’s this week’s video post in our series about leadership, HR, performance and teams…

Not all of the videos posted are of educational content. Sometimes, a demonstration can be stronger than the latest PowerPoint presentation by THE Leadership Gourou…

Whether you chose to use it or not, to please your eye or for your one-person-show in front of your staff next week, please enjoy this week’s post and don’t forget to comment!

Thank you for watching this video post and see you next week.

Until then, may your week be truly engaging… and may your comments get flourishing!


Weekly Video Post: Creating an Innovation Mindset

May 13th, 2009

Hello again to the Weekly Video Post - where we seek, find and deliver useful videos on leadership, HR and teams. This week, we’re exploring the question of organisational innovation in an amazing post by Harvard Business Publishing.

In shore: “An interview with Vijay Govindarajan, Professor, Tuck. To create an innovation mindset, managers must bring in fresh voices from outside their company, encourage collaboration, and consider how emerging markets’ needs can spur ideas for innovative offerings.”

And Here’s the video:


Thank you for watching. New video next Wednesday.

May your week be truly engaging… and may your comments get flourishing!


Weekly Video Post - A small Introduction to Belbin Team-Roles

May 7th, 2009

Following my last post, which I hope you did enjoy, I am posting a short video on Belbin Team-Roles, one of my areas of specialization. It will allow you to better understand what the different roles are and how you can get them to efficiently work together in an organization.

Do watch it if you’re interested in the team roles. I will be posting more on team roles in the next few weeks.

May your week be truly engaging… and may your comments get flourishing!


Weekly Video Post: Why Team Velocity Slows down

April 8th, 2009

Welcome to this week’s video post. In an I.T. oriented presentation, “Max” covers the reasons why team speed is directly related to the size of the teams. Do watch it with an open mind, and try to find how it applies to your industry! Although slightly technical and geeky, I personally found it extremely enriching!

At this point, I would like to sincerely appologise to all of you who missed my weekly reading list last weekend. I do promise to catch up with it this week. Part of my excuse (I know, they don’t work) is in the fact that I did spend quite some time preparing for my next hosted article, which should show up in the next few weeks.

Thanks for your patience, thanks for following Staffdoor and see you this weekend!

In the meantime, may your week be truly engaging… and may your comments get flourishing!


Weekly Video Post: Where will we find tomorrow’s leaders?

March 25th, 2009

Welcome on this week’s video post. An interesting view by Linda A. Hill, Professor, Harvard Business School on the future of Leadership and how we can best identify and find tomorrow’s leaders and how to construct an environment that will facilitate this quest.

Key phrases:

  • Leadership from behind
  • Leadership as collective genius

Enjoy!

Thank you for viewing our post and see you next Wednesday! If you do have a comment, feel free to leave it below or to send a message to whatIthink@staffdoor.com

May your week be truly engaging!


Weekly Video Post: Emotional Intelligence, Social Intelligence and Leadership

March 20th, 2009

A new series on Staffdoor Blog!

From this week onwards, we will be promoting a publicly available video on Leadership, Team building or Organisational performance. When? Every Wednesday. Don’t miss a single publishing by registering to our RSS feed. This week, an interesting post by Harvard Business Publishing on Social Intelligence and Leadership.

Thank you for viewing our post and see you next Wednesday!

May your week be truly engaging!