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Source: http://www.jarche.com/2013/11/connected-leadership-is-not-the-status-quo/ As a result of improved trust in the workplace, leadership will be seen for what it is - an emergent property of a network in balance and not some special property available to only the select few.

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The Connected Leaderis not the status quo

mimiandeunice.com

Harold Jarche jarche.com

Sunday, 28April, 2013

Leadership is the trait people who have been successful

ascribe as the reason for their success.

It is one of those properties that appears to be

empirically unverifiable and is probably fictional.

- Stephen Downes (2011)Sunday, 28April, 2013

AmbiguityComplexity

Deal with it! Nurture it!

CreativityCritical Thought

Life in perpetual etajarche.com

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Its the network ...

The 21st century workplace is all about understanding networks,

modelling networked learning, supporting and strengthening networks.

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Openness

TransparencyDiversityof Ideas

enables reinforces

fosters

trust

knowledge flows & trust emerges with loose hierarchies + strong networks

AKA wirearchy

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How a Knowledge Network in Balance Functions

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As networked, distributed workplaces become the norm, trust will emerge

from environments that are open,

transparent and diverse.

jarche.com

Sunday, 28April, 2013

Openness

TransparencyDiversityof ideas

enables reinforces

fosters

socialnetworks

knowledgesharing

innovation

trust

support & reinforce social networks to share knowledge

jarche.comSunday, 28April, 2013

As a result of improved trust,

leadership will be seen for what it is -

an emergent property of a network in balance

and not some special property available to only the select few.

jarche.comSunday, 28April, 2013

In todays workplaceit is a significant disadvantage

to not actively participate in social learning networks.

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To know the culture, be the culture.

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mimiandeunice.com

The constant demand for more controlled processes

(e.g. compliance training) fails to build resilience into the organization.

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When one group sees the glass half full while the other has no glass,

how can there be meaningful dialogue?

Leadership by walking around - getting executives off their butts

and out of their offices & board rooms is a good start.

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ServantLeadership

Networked Contributors

Connected LeadershipLoose Hierarchies & Strong Networks

ListeningAnalyzing

Setting ContextBuilding Consensus

TransparentDiverseOpen

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