thought of the day…

our life is what our thoughts make it!!!!!



One day a famous mathematician called all the numbers for  a meeting.Surprisingly Zero was absent.They searched and searched and finally found him in a bush.Numbers 1 to 9 caught hold of zero and brought him to the meeting.

why were you hiding, Zero? asked the Mathematician.
Sir, I am only zero. Nobody values me.I was so sad that I hid myself,replied Zero.
The mathematician thought for a while, and asked number 1 to stand in front of the group.
what is his value?? asked the mathematician.
one, came the reply.
Then he made Zero stand to the right of one and asked what is the value of this number???
Ten, said all the numbers.
Now you see Zero,Number One was not as valuable.But when you stood next to One, you can make its value increase to ten,thousand and lakh.We all have a value.You do your part and you become valuable.

From that day Zero did not think that he was useless.He thought, If  I do my little part to the best of my ability,I am doing something worthwhile.Besides when I join hands with others, the value of each of us increases. We work better when we work  together.

The Frames of Leadership

East or west if you have this skills you are best!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Julian Stodd's Learning Blog

The Social Age rewards agility: the ability to frame and reframe problems, to deploy our communities and experiment, question and react at speed. It’s less about mastery of process, more about communication and collaboration. Social Leaders demonstrate a rounded skill set: a holistic mastery of these skills and a consistent demonstration of these behaviours over time. Reputation is founded upon this consistency.

The Frames of Leadership We can reduce leadership to be viewed within different frames, but it’s only in the holistic application that we can be effective.

In traditional terms, it’s a mixture of hard and soft skills: sure, there is an element of technology that needs to be mastered, but there is very little process. Social Leadership is more about storytelling, sharing and reciprocating than it is about performance reviews and competency frameworks. It may exist alongside these things, but the authority is garners is consensual, granted through the community.


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The oceans are full of our plastic – here’s what we can do about it

News @ CSIRO

Marine debris on a beach Parts of Australia’s coastline are littered with plastic rubbish, which finds its way into the oceans.

By Britta Denise Hardesty, CSIRO and Chris Wilcox, CSIRO

By 2050, 95% of seabirds will have plastic in their gut. That is just one finding from our national marine debris research project, the largest sample of marine debris data ever collected anywhere in the world.

The statistic is just one prediction of what’s in store if we don’t come to grips with the growing problem of rubbish at sea.

The issue of marine debris was recently brought to the world’s attention by the search for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370, which was reportedly hampered by objects that look similar to aircraft remains.

When you consider that six million tonnes of fishing gear is lost in the oceans each year, yet derelict fishing gear doesn’t even crack the top ten…

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Healthcare Radicals: Change in the NHS

Julian Stodd's Learning Blog

Introducing momentum is the thing: starting the ball rolling. Inertia is the enemy of change, but overcoming it can be overwhelming. In the Social Age, the ecosystem is in our favour though: amplification and momentum are inherent in socially led approaches. Engage with communities, build reputation and social authority, lead socially and effect co-created change. Simple. Well, almost…

Linking formal and social elements in change Linking formal and social elements in change

It’s a matter of balance: formal structure and a clear strategic imperative aligned with socially moderated thinking and leadership. The organisation creates the space: the community gives it momentum within a frame.

I’m fascinated by the changes underway in the NHS right now: the Healthcare Radical approach is empowering individuals throughout (and alongside) the formal structure to champion change. The very word ‘radical‘ is emotive and using it in an organisational context, brave. The foundation of the project is to…

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