Leadership Insights on Leading Collaboratively

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Collaborative leadership requires reciprocity, humility, and modeling collaboration for team members. Discover tools leaders can use to foster collaboration.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Acquire insights on how to use collaboration to motivate teams.
    Acquire insights on the importance of being humble to become a good and effective collaborator.
    Acquire insights on how successful organizations collaborate virtually to get results.
    Acquire insights on collaborative leadership--what it means, and its benefits.
    Acquire insights on making collaboration effective by focusing on what you need to achieve and not the how.
    Acquire insights on requirements for collaboration.
    Acquire insights on several practical steps to ensure a healthy and productive team collaboration.
  • Acquire insights on how you can cultivate connectional intelligence.
    Acquire insights on how technology can help us to connect more intelligently.
    Acquire insights on discovering how having an open mind can help you find the answers you seek using connectional intelligence.
    Acquire insights on the five c's of connectional intelligence.
    Acquire insights on the suitable technologies one can use to collaborate effectively.
    Acquire insights on how you can make a group smarter than the smartest person in it.

IN THIS COURSE

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    1.  Use Collaboration to Motivate Teams
    2m 1s
    Leaders have an array of tools that can foster collaboration. FREE ACCESS
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    2.  Humility Is Key to Collaboration
    2m 21s
    Kelly Thompson explains why; if you want to be a good collaborator; you need to be humble. FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Results Through Collaboration
    3m 47s
    Successful organizations collaborate virtually with different people. 1) Collaboration requires reciprocity—a habit of giving. 2) Know whom to link with; successful teams network with stakeholders; not each other. 3) Collaboration assumes a complex task. FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Collaborative Leadership
    3m 38s
    Collaborative leadership means 1) identifying important partners through a broad network; 2) modeling collaboration for team members; and 3) knowing when to stop collaborating. Collaborate with different people to innovate and get out of the daily routine. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Making Collaboration Work
    2m 17s
    The key to effective collaboration is getting individuals to think together about the what, not the how. FREE ACCESS
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    6.  Three Requirements for Collaboration
    2m 3s
    Helpfulness, curiosity, and time are the three main elements needed for great collaboration. FREE ACCESS
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    7.  Tips on Team Collaboration
    3m 24s
    You can take several practical steps to ensure a healthy and productive team collaboration. John Foster shares how he develops highly effective teams. FREE ACCESS
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    8.  Connectional Intelligence
    1m 41s
    Collaboration is a good thing. However, having lots of collaboration doesn’t, on its own, always lead to benefits. What you need is connectional intelligence. Find out how you can cultivate this. FREE ACCESS
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    9.  The Human Connection
    2m 29s
    Technology can help us to connect more intelligently. However, first we need to have a clear purpose for the connection. And then you can explore how technology can help you to achieve that purpose. FREE ACCESS
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    10.  Using Connectional Intelligence to Ask Questions and Find Answers
    1m 51s
    You can get the most benefit from connectional intelligence when you know where to look for answers and what questions to ask. Discover how having an open mind can help you find the answers you seek. FREE ACCESS
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    11.  The Five C’s of Connectional Intelligence
    1m 35s
    In order to make the most out of your connections, you need to bear in mind the 5 C’s of connectional intelligence. Find out what they are. FREE ACCESS
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    12.  Connectional Intelligence Tools and Technologies
    2m 16s
    Effective collaboration often requires a range of suitable technologies. How can you decide which ones are best for you? FREE ACCESS
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    13.  Smart Groups: Making Two Heads Better than One
    4m
    Did you know that two heads are not always better than one? This is because we often collaborate with people who are similar to us. So how can you make a group smarter than the smartest person in it? FREE ACCESS

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