• Emotional Intelligence Doesn’t Translate Across...
    HBR - Apr 20
    One of the greatest assets we have as natives of a culture is our ability to quickly “read” another person’s emotions. Over time we learn how to understand whether our colleagues are truly interested in a project or... Read »
    13 hours ago
  • How To Prepare For A Smooth Transition To The Corner...
    Fast Company - Apr 20
    Good news: You’re next in line to be CEO, or at least in the horse race. If you’re like most execs on the ascent, you’re both hungry for the opportunity and at least a tiny bit anxious. Perhaps there’s a voice in... Read »
    13 hours ago
  • 3 Things To Consider Before Starting Your Own Business
    Fortune - Apr 20
    Starting your own business can be extremely rewarding, but it can also be extremely challenging. Here are some of my best tips for those looking to become an entrepreneur: Don’t over think things If you have a great... Read »
    13 hours ago
  • 5 Strategy Lessons From Bill Gates, Andy Grove And...
    Forbes - Apr 20
    If there were a Mount Rushmore for technological innovation, Bill Gates, Andy Grove, and Steve Jobs would be the faces looking outward. The longtime CEOs of Microsoft MSFT +2.86%, Intel INTC +0.68%, and Apple AAPL +2.3% have... Read »
    13 hours ago
  • How To Stand Out As A Leader: 6 Tips
    Inc - Apr 20
    To get ahead in business and life you need to be intentional about how you conduct yourself. That's according to Jim Calandra, CEO of breast imaging technology startup Gamma Medica. Here's his advice on how to stand out as a... Read »
    13 hours ago
  • The Big Risk of Letting Employees Know Where They...
    Quartz - Apr 20
    It’s possible to rank employees in entirely new ways in the age of big data. People in sales are used to seeing their numbers compared. But now everything from how well truck drivers drive, to individual author web traffic... Read »
    13 hours ago
  • Change Behavior Quickly With This Best Practice
    Great Leaders Serve - Apr 20
    Recognize and reward the behaviors you want to see repeated. This is a universal and timeless principle of leadership. Professor Michael LeBoeuf called it the “greatest management principle.” Maybe, maybe not, however... Read »
    13 hours ago
  • Multitasking Lowers Your Productivity
    Switch and Shift - Apr 20
    How many times are you interrupted in a typical day? It can be incredibly discouraging to work a full day and feel as if you’ve accomplished nothing. All of the “quick questions” from your coworkers turn into hours... Read »
    13 hours ago
  • The Key to Creating Socially Conscious Businesses
    Fast Company - Apr 20
    On a broad scale, how do we create altruistic organizations that can really transform society and transform economic systems? This is the field I’ve been studying since I left the corporate world eight years ago, and I’m... Read »
    13 hours ago
  • There’s A Difference Between Cooperation And...
    CEO.com - Apr 20
    Everyone seems to agree that collaboration across functions is critical for major projects and initiatives. The reality, however, is that meshing the skills and resources of different departments, each focused on its own... Read »
    13 hours ago
  • CEOs Don’t Care Enough About Capital Allocation
    HBR - Apr 17
    In his 1987 letter to investors, Warren Buffet made the following observation: “the heads of many companies are not skilled in capital allocation, and … it is not surprising because most bosses rise to the top because... Read »
    3 days ago
  • 3 Lessons For Greatness In Mentorship
    Forbes - Apr 17
    The readers of my weekly blog and I have enjoyed a fruitful relationship over the past few years, but if you’re brand new to my posts because of Forbes.com, then you might be asking yourself: Do we really need more sports... Read »
    3 days ago
  • How You Give Employees A Fantastic Friday
    Inc - Apr 17
    TGIF. You've worked hard all week, and so have your employees. As people start pondering what to rent on Netflix this weekend, production naturally goes down. But that's okay! As long as you acknowledge this fact and make... Read »
    3 days ago
  • 5 Ways To Maintain Your Credibility As A Manager
    HuffPo - Apr 17
    Employees look to their leaders for continual direction and motivation. It can be exceedingly difficult to lead a team toward common goals if you have not established a credible rapport with your employees first. But what... Read »
    3 days ago
  • Work Habits That Make People Hate You
    BBC - Apr 17
    Everyone office has that one person who just doesn’t seem to play nicely with others. Most of us worry about making big blunders at work, but it’s often it’s more subtle habits or behaviours that are the worst... Read »
    3 days ago