• Your Employees Don’t Care? Get Them Back In The Game
    BBC - Oct 21
    If you think the best way to keep people engaged at the office is to make nice and ban negativity, Emma Parry has a story to tell you. Parry, a research fellow in human resource management at Cranfield University School... Read »
    13 hours ago
  • Before You Respond To That Email, Pause
    HBR - Oct 21
    Someone sends you an email message or a text, and you’re unsure how to respond. It’s about a complex negotiation, or a politically sensitive situation. Or maybe it’s just from a person who unnerves you. For a... Read »
    13 hours ago
  • How Successful People Handle Toxic People
    Forbes - Oct 21
    Toxic people defy logic. Some are blissfully unaware of the negative impact that they have on those around them, and others seem to derive satisfaction from creating chaos and pushing other people’s buttons. Either way,... Read »
    13 hours ago
  • 5 Practical Things Men Can Do For Gender Equality At...
    Fast Company - Oct 21
    There is no shortage of advice for women who want a more level playing field at work: We should learn to accept criticism, stop apologizing, change our tone of voice, learn how to negotiate, sit at the table, and "lean... Read »
    13 hours ago
  • 6 Quotes On Management From Business Leaders
    Inc - Oct 21
    It takes a lifetime to achieve the kind of business leadership success you imagine today, and it's a practice--similar to medicine--that can never be perfected. That's actually good news; it means that you can always improve... Read »
    13 hours ago
  • Growing The Ranks Of Women Execs: 3 Tips For Becoming...
    HuffPo - Oct 21
    I'm heartened to see female CEOs in all sorts of organizations -- political, business and not-for-profit -- but women still represent a tiny minority of CEOs worldwide. Just 5 percent of Fortune 500 CEO positions and 5.3... Read »
    13 hours ago
  • To Fight Ebola, Stop Pointing Fingers
    HBR - Oct 21
    The burgeoning Ebola crisis hit home for Americans the other week with the death of a Liberian man in Dallas. Blunders in the treatment of Thomas Eric Duncan put two well-intentioned nurses at risk and potentially exposed... Read »
    13 hours ago
  • The Power Of Being Your Best
    Lolly Daskal - Oct 21
    The most important aspect you can bring to your leadership is to strive to be your best. That means setting high expectations and standards and refusing to accept anything less. This same principle applies to you personally,... Read »
    13 hours ago
  • 5 Reasons It’s Incredibly Difficult To Rely Upon...
    Forbes - Oct 21
    The marketplace continues to change fast, and as it does leaders are still trying to figure out how to best change with it. They are learning the hard way that they must touch the business just as much as they lead it.... Read »
    13 hours ago
  • It’s Your Job To Tell The Hard Truths
    CEO.com - Oct 21
    Rashid,* the CEO of a high-tech company and a client of mine for nearly a decade, called to tell me we had a major issue with some of the newer members of his leadership team. What comes to mind when you think of what... Read »
    17 hours ago
  • Using Your Culture To Attract Top Talent
    Forbes - Oct 20
    Drab offices, deafening silence, draconian rules — these are the trademarks of stifling workplaces. And if your aspirational employees are working in this kind of environment, believe me, they won’t stay long. Read »
    1 day ago
  • Executive Talent Search Focuses On Adaptive Leadership
    WSJ - Oct 20
    The war for talent is now global, with Chinese and Indian companies joining the competition as they expand abroad. Yet the pool of top workers is getting smaller because of increased demands, says Damien O’Brien, global... Read »
    1 day ago
  • Stop People From Wasting Your Time
    HBR - Oct 20
    Sometimes it’s hard to escape, especially when the time-waster is your boss (one friend recalls a supervisor who “called meetings just to tell long, rambling stories about her college years” and would “chastise... Read »
    1 day ago
  • Two Convenient Myths About Leadership
    Forbes - Oct 20
    Academic credentials and technical experience do not make someone a leader capable of taking a organization and people to new heights. Read »
    1 day ago
  • You Know Your Company Needs More Women, But Do You...
    Fast Company - Oct 20
    Everyone is talking about the “diversity problem.” I even get tired of hearing about it myself. But it doesn’t seem like many really stop to ask, why is this a problem? Read »
    1 day ago