• When Not To Treat A Colleague As You’d Want To Be...
    HBR - Mar 3
    Roger was a young rising star. He had always been successful, and prided himself on his brains, speed, and ability to deliver impressive results. His company had just appointed him to take over a troubled country operation... Read »
    6 hours ago
  • What Are The Most Common Mistakes First-Time...
    Fortune - Mar 3
    We see this situation all too often. Two friends, the best of mates, decide to become 50/50 partners in a new venture. The friends decide that they will both be Directors of the company and equally own 50% of the issued... Read »
    6 hours ago
  • How To Stop A Presentation That’s Going Badly
    Forbes - Mar 3
    I learned at Skip Barber’s racecar driving school that “when you spin, put both feet in.” This means that if you’re on the racetrack and your car spins out, press the clutch and brake hard, fast and simultaneously.... Read »
    6 hours ago
  • 5 Game-Changing Leadership Lessons You Can Learn From...
    Inc - Mar 3
    There is one time of year when baseball players have a chance for a fresh start. They can rid themselves of the sting of last season's painful losses. They also can curb the heightened expectations and huge egos that come... Read »
    6 hours ago
  • How Travel Can Make You A Better Leader
    Fast Company - Mar 3
    Bruce Poon Tip can’t keep track of the number of countries he’s traveled to. The CEO of the adventure travel company G Adventures knows travel means more than a way to escape the daily grind. Throughout his globe... Read »
    6 hours ago
  • Leadership Training Backed By Former US Presidents
    Entrepreneur - Mar 3
    As entrepreneurs and business professionals, there's a good chance that you've taken a leadership course here or there. But there's a new type of program in town – and it's backed by a group of leaders who know a little... Read »
    6 hours ago
  • 4 Simple Ways To Earn The Trust Of Others
    BBC - Mar 3
    "Trust me." The phrase is used so frequently it has become almost meaningless. Of course, everyone wants trust. Companies want you to trust them. Colleagues want and need your trust to get their work done. In many... Read »
    6 hours ago
  • Making Hierarchies More Fluid
    Switch and Shift - Mar 3
    We have a love-hate relationship with hierarchy in organizations. On the downside, hierarchy equates with bureaucracy—that frustrating, time-wasting system of rules, approvals, and delays that most of us would say is an... Read »
    6 hours ago
  • CEOs Optimistic On Sales; Jobs—Not So Much
    USA Today - Mar 3
    CEOs of major U.S. companies said they are more optimistic than they were late last year that sales and capital spending will rise in the next six months, according to a survey by the Business Roundtable. Their outlook... Read »
    7 hours ago
  • The Rhythm Of Great Performance
    CEO.com - Mar 3
    For nearly 15 years, I’ve been making the case — in my writing and with corporate clients — that employees can be more productive by working fewer hours and taking more time for rest and renewal during the work... Read »
    11 hours ago
  • The Difference Between Coaching Rookies And Veterans
    HBR - Mar 2
    After years of playing at the top of his game, Tiger Woods hit a rough patch, struggling to win major tournaments. In February 2015, he pulled out of the Honda Classic, declaring his play “not tournament-ready.” Paul... Read »
    1 day ago
  • The Perks Of Hiring A Millennial
    Fortune - Mar 2
    For those who believe the stereotype that millennials are “entitled,” this may seem like unnecessary advice. But entitled or not, I promise this advice will shape the direction of a millennial’s career. In a recent... Read »
    1 day ago
  • Self Promotion Is A Leadership Skill
    Forbes - Mar 2
    Despite the fact that most women understand the importance of self-promotion for their advancement, they do not intentionally use it. We have been conditioned to take the back seat and wait to be recognized. As a... Read »
    1 day ago
  • 7 Most Required Leadership Skills For 2015
    Inc - Mar 2
    I had the chance recently to be a part of the forecasting and goal setting, for an mobile app company for 2015. As I observed the room full of very intelligent executives, I couldn't stop considering which skill set this... Read »
    1 day ago
  • Why Your Workplace Culture Sucks And How To Fix It
    Fast Company - Mar 2
    You evaluate your employees annually? Great—now why don’t you do the same for your office culture? For one thing, office culture is a lot harder to measure than employee performance. Your employees might not be... Read »
    1 day ago