You’re Never Too Young To Be A Leader: Here’s How (Forbes)

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While new employees are usually not seen as leaders, young employees can still develop leadership skills. Employees who have just started at a company have not yet earned the respect of their peers. Older employees tend to believe that younger workers are arrogant, and see their attempts to lead as disrespectful. It is important for young employees to take on tasks while acting respectfully, to be able to develop their skills.

Often, lack of confidence is what holds young leaders back the most.

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How to manage for collective creativity, Linda Hill [TED]

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Dr. Linda A. Hill, business professor at Harvard Business School, reveals how organizations with effective leadership can generate group creativity in this TEDxCambridge Talk, “How to manage for collective creativity.” Through years of research and analysis on innovative leadership, she uncovers unexpected results of what it takes to lead organizational innovation.

If we want to build organizations that are consistently innovative, Dr. Hill says we must practice new approaches to leadership.

There is rarely one person responsible for widespread innovation.

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