• The Antidote To Our Anxious Times Is A Learning...
    HBR - Jul 29
    Through the election-season upheaval in the U.S. and the Brexit vote in the UK, working-class people are making it clear that they’re worried about the future. And in one big way, their anxiety is justified. Many of their... Read »
    2 hours ago
  • How To Thank Your Employees Like You Mean It In Three...
    Entrepreneur - Jul 27
    "Thank you." These two simple, monosyllabic words mindlessly slip off our tongues every day, almost reflexively. We utter them so much they've all but become meaningless, out and about, at home and especially at the... Read »
    2 days ago
  • Research Narcissists Don’t Like Flat...
    HBR - Jul 27
    Flat organizations are having a moment. Research has shown that reducing hierarchy can lead to more satisfied employees andspeedier decision making, and some companies have concluded that flatter structures would work... Read »
    2 days ago
  • Much Ado About Managing Millennials
    Forbes - Jul 27
    There is an abundance of data collected and hypotheses developed about how to manage millennials: the next generation of business people who are disrupting the way we do everything and are creating never before seen... Read »
    2 days ago
  • How Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins’ Leadership Style...
    Fortune - Jul 27
    When Chuck Robbins moved into the CEO job at Cisco ”CSCO” , people wondered what kind of leader he would be. After all, his predecessor, John Chambers, had held that post for 20 years and was a hard act to follow. But... Read »
    2 days ago
  • Leadership That Triggers Employee Success Right...
    Switch & Shift - Jul 27
    Great employees have an intangible that sets them aside from their peers, and that is they have an unyielding desire to exceed their colleague’s expectations, and always seem to add that extra personal touch as that last... Read »
    2 days ago
  • Leaders Need To Move Margins To Center Stage
    Forbes - Jul 27
    There seems to be a tendency to forget that the world economy was under some strain even before the U.K.’s Brexit vote. Bank interest rates hovering just above zero in major economies, stubborn national deficits and the... Read »
    2 days ago
  • The Common Myths About Performance Reviews, Debunked
    HBR - Jul 27
    Performance appraisals are one of the most ubiquitous, and also one of the most unpopular, protocols in workplace. In fact, several companies have recently made headlines in their attempts to go about them differently. But... Read »
    2 days ago
  • How To Create An Exponential Mindset
    HBR - Jul 27
    Digital business models are a bit of a misnomer. It’s not digital technology that defines them; it’s their ability to create exponential value. The music and video industries, for example, weren’t redefined by... Read »
    2 days ago
  • Six Shrewd Moves For Entrepreneurial Success
    Entrepreneur - Jul 26
    Being a 21st-century startup entrepreneur isn't just about setting up a business, making a little profit, and then leaving it and jetting off to go set up another one elsewhere. No, you need to give your business the needed... Read »
    3 days ago
  • Midsize Companies Shouldn’t Confuse Growth With...
    HBR - Jul 26
    Most management writing focuses on startups or large companies, but if recent performance is any indicator, midcap companies are the place to be. U.S. organizations with $10 million–$1 billion in revenue make up... Read »
    3 days ago
  • How A Coach’s Words Built Confidence, Stressed...
    Forbes - Jul 26
    Chris Myers played offensive line for 10 years in the NFL. As a center with the Houston Texans, Myers earned two trips to the Pro Bowl. He won a national championship in college playing for the Miami Hurricanes. In... Read »
    3 days ago
  • Great Leaders Aren’t Superheroes: They Create...
    Switch & Shift - Jul 26
    Superheroes have appeared on our television screens since the 1950s with Superman, Spiderman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Incredible Hulk and The Six Million Dollar Man becoming part of our cultural heritage. They protect the... Read »
    3 days ago
  • How “Neutral” Layoffs Disproportionately...
    HBR - Jul 26
    In an effort to be transparent and fair to employees, organizations use formal rules to decide who stays and who goes during layoffs. But my analysis shows that because companies rely heavily on position and tenure to make... Read »
    3 days ago
  • Isn’t It Obvious? How To Be More Overt
    Forbes - Jul 26
    Are you surprised when your team sometimes does things or behaves in ways that are diametrically opposed to what you believe or hope that they will do? When you see this, do you think that they should have known... Read »
    3 days ago