How To Play To Others’ Intelligence

Liz Wiseman Speaks

 

Click this link to read ‘How To Play To Others’ Intelligence‘, an interview with Liz Wiseman featured in the Washington Post.

Liz Wiseman discusses her management theories with Tom Fox, a guest writer for On Leadership and vice president for leadership and innovation at the nonprofit Partnership for Public Service. Fox also heads up their Center for Government Leadership.… Read the rest

Take a Job You Aren’t Qualified For

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Have you ever turned down a job because you believed you may not be qualified for it?

Read Liz Wiseman’s new blog Take A Job You Aren’t Qualified For and add some tools to your job searching tool belt. Discover how stepping out of your comfort zone can lead to exhilarating growing opportunities.

Published on mariashriver.com, a place for inspirational stories from architects of change.… Read the rest

Shopping for Your Next (Multiplier) Boss

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by Rob DeLange, September 2013

Have you ever been in a job interview at that critical point when the interviewer makes that timeless inquiry: “Do you have any questions for me?”  Some people use that opening to ask about team characteristics and more specifics about the job.  While those things are important, remember also that this is a perfect time to find out if the hiring manager tends to lead like a Diminisher or a Multiplier.

There’s a lot at stake—not only your future job satisfaction, but also the trajectory of your career.  You may recall from Multipliers: How Read the rest

Liz Wiseman Appears on “Money For Lunch”

Tuesday, July 9th 2013, Liz Wiseman joined Bert Martinez, host of the talk radio show, “Money For Lunch” to discuss “Multipliers” and “The Multiplier Effect”. In this compelling interview, Liz reflects on her own inspiration to write “Multipliers”, takes the floor to compare the difference between a Multiplier and Diminisher, and offers deeper insights into the unintentional actions of an “Accidental Diminisher”.

Running time is 20 minutes.

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Thinkers50: Vote for Liz Wiseman

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The Wiseman Group is proud to announce that Liz Wiseman, our President, has officially been nominated for Thinkers50 Top Management Thinker of 2013. Launched in 2001, the Thinkers50 list is now the premier global ranking of management thinkers.

***UPDATE***

October 3rd, 2013

Liz Wiseman has officially made the shortlist of Thinkers50 nominees!

To view the shortlist of Thinkers50 nominnees click here.

To learn more about Liz Wiseman click here.

Thank you for your continued support!… Read the rest

Are Our Education Leaders Wasting Our Most Vital Resources?

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This past week, Liz Wiseman author of Multipliers and The Multiplier Effect was published in the Huffington Post for her blog entitled, “Are Our Education Leaders Wasting Our Most Vital Resources?”

An excerpt from the article:

“With schools winding down the year, the debate over the future of education is winding up. Collectively we face what might be the challenge of this decade: to rethink and revitalize education at a time when the life we are preparing students for is changing as fast as our budgets are shrinking. The political leaders and education pundits make a case for investment in … Read the rest

Unleashing Student Potential by Multiplying School Leaders

Unleashing Student Potential by Multiplying School Leaders

TME PanelistsEducation leaders from the Los Altos and Menlo Park school districts met with authors Liz Wiseman, Lois Allen, and Elise Foster on May 16th to explore a new model of leadership based on their recently-released book, The Multiplier Effect:  Tapping the Genius Inside Our SchoolsThe authors and participants engaged in a lively discussion about the impact that a “genius-maker” vs. “genius-at-the-top” style of leadership can have on teachers, students and the community. With a panel of school administrators and teachers, they explored practical ways that school leaders can incorporate Multiplier … Read the rest

Liz Wiseman Will Speak at the California HR Conference

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The Wiseman Group is proud to announce that Liz Wiseman, author of the WSJ bestselling book “Multipliers” will be giving the keynote at this year’s California HR Conference.
“The California HR Conference® by Professionals In Human Resources Association (PIHRA) is committed to furthering the professional development of California HR professionals and to bringing new ideas and approaches to your organizations. They are building on 55 years of experience to present thought-provoking learning sessions, engaging networking events, and a vast exposition hall. Join over 2,000 HR professionals as they offer more track options, more schedule flexibility, and more ways to re-certify … Read the rest

Your Optimism Might Be Stifling Your Team

Is it possible that a can-do attitude that worked so well for you as an individual contributor may actually work against you as a leader?

Check out Liz Wiseman’s blog post on Harvard Business Review which outlines the pitfalls of optimism and how not acknowledging the downside can diminish a team. Find out how Nike, Inc.’s chief of global design, John Hoke, sparked a transformation in his organization once he realized the restrictive impact his and his management team’s optimism was generating.… Read the rest

Meet the 2012 Education Multiplier of the Year, Erik Burmeister, Hillview Middle School

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Erik Burmeister, principal of the Hillview Middle School in Menlo Park, was honored as the 2012 Education Multiplier of the Year in recognition of his ability to amplify the intelligence and capabilities of people around him.  Erik’s leadership style reflects the key Multiplier principal of being a “genius maker” by tapping into the collective intelligence of the teachers and staff to create a nimble organization and environment of innovation.

The Multiplier of the Year award is sponsored annually by The Wiseman Group, a leadership research and development center headquartered in Silicon Valley.  Erik was selected from dozens of nominees in … Read the rest