• The Right Way To Onboard A New (And Big) Executive
    Forbes - Sep 30
    It always seems like finding a new executive to join your team is the hard part, but the truth is, successfully integrating them and getting the desired outcome is the real challenge. If you’re a first time CEO or... Read »
    14 hours ago
  • If You’re Missing This One Thing, It Could Be...
    Entrepreneur - Sep 30
    When a storm has passed, floodwaters have receded, or the flames on a burning building are put out, what remains is not just the physical damage, but the toll it's taken on impacted businesses. While many businesses... Read »
    14 hours ago
  • How To Handle A Back-Stabbing Co-Worker
    Forbes - Sep 30
    I work with a great team, but one of my teammates is a problem. We’ll call her Annie. She is a back-stabber. Our manager can’t tell and who is going to tell him? I don’t want to go to my manager and say “Annie blamed... Read »
    14 hours ago
  • Top-Down Management Structures Are Crumbling–...
    CEO.com - Sep 30
    Not long ago, employees succeeded in the workplace by producing consistent, high-quality work as specifically directed by their managers. Once promoted into middle management, however, their measure of success became the... Read »
    14 hours ago
  • Nine Things To Cover In Your Year-End Performance...
    Forbes - Sep 29
    As we move into the fourth quarter and end of the year, it is performance review time at many companies. Even if your company already has a specific structure for its performance reviews, you want to design your own agenda... Read »
    1 day ago
  • The One Quality That Separates Great Leaders From...
    Fortune - Sep 29
    Twenty-eight years ago, I raised my right hand and took an oath to defend the Constitution of the United States. Twenty-eight days ago, I took off my Army uniform, put on a business suit, and joined McChrystal Group. From... Read »
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  • How The Best CEOs Get The Important Work Done
    HBR - Sep 29
    If you’re a chief executive officer, your job is to execute. It’s written right into your title. But what does it mean, in terms of daily tasks, to be the company’s top “executer?” After all, CEOs don’t actually... Read »
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  • Bringing More Do Leaders To The Thought Leader Table
    Forbes - Sep 29
    Thought leadership has two main benefits: it provokes potentially new thinking for the reader, while giving the writer a platform to share their point of view. Sometimes the writer isn’t selling anything other than an... Read »
    1 day ago
  • National Coffee Day: Great Leadership, Business, And...
    CEO.com - Sep 29
    Great leadership and the right team make a workplace successful, but it's coffee that keeps it caffeinated and alert. I'll take my coffee with more coffee, please. Read »
    1 day ago
  • When You’re The Boss– And The Youngest...
    Fortune - Sep 28
    Thomas Saueressig assumed the role of chief information officer at the German software company SAP in May, which means he now leads a team of 1,500. He’d turned 31 the month before. Luckily, Saueressig—who is No. 5... Read »
    2 days ago
  • The Real And Biggest Entrepreneurial Shift Is From...
    Entrepreneur - Sep 28
    The driving force for many business owners is success. Success is money for some and freedom for others. However, I do believe success just part of the real goal. For many that get success, they wonder what is next. They... Read »
    2 days ago
  • How The Best CEOs Get The Important Work Done
    HBR - Sep 28
    If you’re a chief executive officer, your job is to execute. It’s written right into your title. But what does it mean, in terms of daily tasks, to be the company’s top “executer?” After all, CEOs don’t actually... Read »
    2 days ago
  • Leadership In Crisis
    Huff Po - Sep 28
    We are witnessing the most dysfunctional campaign for the presidency in our lifetime. Does anyone really believe that despite the promises by all candidates that they will solve our problems that the real solutions to... Read »
    2 days ago
  • Six Ways The Presidential Debate Was A Microcosm Of...
    Forbes - Sep 28
    He barked, and she smiled. He interrupted, and she spoke of her grandchild. He established dominance, while she exuded warmth. Last night’s debate was a microcosm of the gender issues that play out in workplaces every day.... Read »
    2 days ago
  • To Recruit A Top Team, First Learn Your Weaknesses
    CEO.com - Sep 28
    Bad hires can bury your business. After I committed to a tech leader who didn’t fit the office culture and couldn’t deliver, my company faced its worst operating period in over 12 years. To cope with the slump, we cut... Read »
    2 days ago