• Mentor Or Best Friend: Which Management Style Is Best?
    Fast Company - Nov 25
    For decades, managers led with a heavy hand from corner offices. They demanded respect and expected employees to follow their direction. It was all about command and control, but the power-suit/power-lunch boss is a dinosaur... Read »
    9 hours ago
  • How To Create A Results-Oriented Culture
    Inc - Nov 25
    Creating a results-oriented culture doesn't start by finding people who are results-oriented. It starts by defining the results you want to achieve, and then finding people who are capable and motivated to achieve them. Read »
    9 hours ago
  • Why Open Leadership Has Become Essential
    Forbes - Nov 25
    You would not be reading this if open source software did not exist. Without open source standards, the Internet would not exist. This article would not exist. Those of you whose parents met on Match.com would not exist. All... Read »
    9 hours ago
  • Making Dumb Groups Smarter
    HBR - Nov 25
    Since the beginning of human history, people have made decisions in groups. As the saying goes, two heads are better than one. If so, then three heads should be better than two, and four better still. With a hundred or a... Read »
    9 hours ago
  • 3 Unorthodox Paths To Becoming A Better Boss
    Entrepreneur - Nov 25
    All business owners want to be good bosses. But, the road between desire and reality is not easy to traverse. Not everybody can be a good boss and far fewer become truly successful bosses. As somebody who is running the... Read »
    9 hours ago
  • How Failure Could Get You To The C-Suite
    Fortune - Nov 25
    As I wrote in a previous article for Fortune, Latin America has very few female CEOs. So this question really hits home and is one that I hope to hear asked more and more. Here are a few valuable lessons I have learned in my... Read »
    9 hours ago
  • The Top Mistakes Managers Make When Having Difficult...
    Fast Company - Nov 25
    If you’re a manager, you’re no doubt more than familiar with the sweaty palms and butterflies that come with having to deliver bad news. From a poor performance review to firing an employee, the most stressful... Read »
    9 hours ago
  • Why We Need Fewer Leaders
    Fox Business - Nov 25
    I’ll never forget what it was like landing my first VP job. Becoming a corporate officer at a public company was pretty heady stuff. There were just seven of us on the leadership team and 300 employees in the whole... Read »
    9 hours ago
  • The Social CEO (Infographic)
    CEO.com - Nov 25
    Are you stuck on the social media sidelines? The CEOs of the Fortune 500 are starting to get it: sociability matters. A new report from CEO.com and Domo examines the social presence of top business leaders to reveal... Read »
    14 hours ago
  • The Hard Data On Being A Nice Boss
    HBR - Nov 24
    There’s an age-old question out there: Is it better to be a “nice” leader to get your staff to like you? Or to be tough as nails to inspire respect and hard work? Despite the recent enthusiasm for wellness initiatives... Read »
    1 day ago
  • Why Hard Work Won’t Get You To The C-Suite
    Fortune - Nov 24
    I wish there was a road map to the C-suite, but clearly there isn’t. If there was, the numbers of women running Fortune 500 companies wouldn’t be so abysmal and we wouldn’t need all these diversity studies or... Read »
    1 day ago
  • 5 Difficult Conversations Managers Hate To Have
    Fast Company - Nov 24
    From delivering poor performance reviews to telling someone that their coworkers have been complaining about them, no one likes to be the bearer of bad news, but as a manager, it’s likely that you’ll face at least a few... Read »
    1 day ago
  • Leadership Experts Worry About Process, Leaders Worry...
    Forbes - Nov 24
    Leaders and the people who study them couldn’t be more different. Most management experts and gurus and consultants favor process over product. They believe that, if you manage according to certain rules and principles,... Read »
    1 day ago
  • Why Middle Managers Are So Unhappy
    HBR - Nov 24
    Who are the unhappiest among your workers? And what's driving them crazy? They may not be who you think they are. They aren't who we would have thought. Read »
    1 day ago
  • What Makes Employee Resilience Possible
    CEO.com - Nov 24
    Capacity is the sort of flat, familiar word we don’t typically give a second thought. It’s also the key to a high-performance work culture and a sustainably productive life. Capacity refers to the maximum amount that... Read »
    1 day ago