Links for January 16 2011

Without Integrity and Trust, Rewards and Recognition are Meaningless by Dan McCarthy on Great Leadership Quote: At the end of the day, no perfect system of measurement, tracking, or scoring can overcome a culture that lacks integrity and trust. People can always figure out a way to beat a system. However, in a culture that’s […]

Links for June 28 2009

Why Your Corporate Message Isn’t Being Heard by Jason Falls on Social Media Explorer The 7 Sins of Customer Service by Valeria Maltoni on Conversation Agent Productivity gains in software engineering are powering innovation by Auren Hoffman on Summation Boosting Engagement While Cutting Costs by Jeannie Ruhlman and Cheryl Siegman on Gallup’s Organizational Performance Blog […]

Meetings & Trust: Do they go together?

Carmine Coyote had a great post over on Slow Leadership today titled “The More Meetings, The Less Trust“. The introductory paragraph sums it up nicely (emphasis mine): In the list of activities that waste time and cause worthless frustration at work, meetings rank very near the top. Not only do many meetings fail to result […]

Networking is more than technology

The last few years has seen the rise of Internet based social networking. Web sites like Facebook, Myspace, LinkedIn and others have done a lot for networking but it seems like a lot of people think that networking stops as soon as you ‘connect’ with someone. Charles Green at the Trust Matters Blog had a […]

“Cube Rules” on Networking

Scott Herrick has a very good post on his Cube Rules blog titled “Networking for Shy People” that is definitely worth the read whether you are shy or not. One of the clearest descriptions Ive ever read of networking is provided by Scott when he writes (emphasis is mine): First, learning that “networking” isn’t something […]