• 5 Ways To Establish A ‘Quick Win’ Culture...
    Entrepreneur - Aug 31
    We all want to win big. We want to create a success story -- something that crosses boundaries, gathers speed and lasts a lifetime. But a success story can’t be formed in one go; it needs to be written line by line and... Read »
    13 hours ago
  • Relax, Turn Off Your Phone, And Go To Sleep
    HBR - Aug 31
    As a child, I was a terrible sleeper. My parents would often find me awake at 3 AM with a flashlight under the covers reading a Hardy Boy, Nancy Drew, or Tom Swift book. When I was 9-years-old, my pediatrician prescribed an... Read »
    13 hours ago
  • Why Leadership Development Programs Fail:...
    Forbes - Aug 31
    In response to an argument McKinsey made for why leadership development programs fail, we made two cases for how they succeed: when they set and communicate realistic expectations [Part 1], and when they are built on solid,... Read »
    13 hours ago
  • 10 Habits To Help You Become A More Generous Leader
    Inc - Aug 31
    When you think of success, the first association to come to mind is probably not generosity, a term we think of in relation to giving to charity or picking up a lunch check. Being a generous leader isn't about any of... Read »
    13 hours ago
  • 5 Steps To Making Your Strategic Initiatives A Reality
    Chief Executive - Aug 31
    According to Franklin Covey, one of the biggest reasons companies do not achieve their strategic objectives is because they have too many strategic initiatives going on at the same time. In this article, we will discuss how... Read »
    13 hours ago
  • 4 Ways To Keep The Team Working Together Without An...
    Entrepreneur - Aug 31
    Today’s work environment is radically different from the traditional “office culture” of the past. The days of working synchronously together in a cubicle-ridden office from 9 to 5, Monday through Friday, are long... Read »
    13 hours ago
  • Why Your Employees’ Suggestions Aren’t...
    HBR - Aug 31
    A lot of companies use an ever-more-sophisticated array of online social tools in an attempt to connect their people, get a flow of ideas going, and spur innovation. But after an initial flurry of activity, the initiatives... Read »
    13 hours ago
  • The Secret To Elevating The Best And Worst HR Leaders...
    Forbes - Aug 31
    Why do some employees dislike HR? Perhaps it’s because employees don’t like being told how to behave in a systematic and strict way. Others lament that HR is so focused on enforcing policies and procedures that they lack... Read »
    13 hours ago
  • 3 Ways A Positive Company Culture Can Unravel Quickly
    Inc - Aug 31
    A great company culture today can create a poor company culture tomorrow. Just ask Greg Schott, CEO of MuleSoft, a business software company that gained unicorn status in May with a $1.5 billion valuation. One... Read »
    13 hours ago
  • Distinguishing Qualities That Define True Leaders:...
    CEO.com - Aug 31
    Abraham Lincoln reviewed his troops at least 62 times during the Civil War, and they admired him for it. In “366 Days in Abraham Lincoln’s Presidency,” Stephen A. Wynalda chronicled the troops’ reactions. “Lincoln... Read »
    16 hours ago
  • 5 Undeniable Reasons Every CEO Needs an Exit Strategy...
    CEO.com - Aug 19
    Whether you’re looking to flip your company quickly and walk away with a bundle of cash or hoping to see your “baby” grow over time, there’s one thing you need in your entrepreneurial tool belt: a quality exit... Read »
    1 week ago
  • 6 Points Along An Entrepreneur’s Journey To...
    Entrepreneur - Aug 14
    Indeed, many culture-change initiatives start out with compelling rationales, committed leaders and zealous launches, only to have the wheels come off the wagon before promise can yield payoff.  When great starts have poor... Read »
    2 weeks ago
  • 4 Tips For To Maintain Company Culture While...
    Inc - Aug 14
    When my company, WalkMe, grew from 40 to 150 people within a year and a half, I knew that I didn’t want the “growth rings” of my company to “grow abnormally thick.” I saw a need to maintain a close-knit startup... Read »
    2 weeks ago
  • Create A Culture Where Difficult Conversations...
    HBR - Aug 14
    I worked as a consultant for many years before becoming the CEO of Red Hat. One of the most surprising aspects of that work was that people would open up to me, an outsider, about all the elephants in the room — but they... Read »
    2 weeks ago
  • Seven Things Only Cowardly Managers Say
    Forbes - Aug 14
    Strong leaders say things like “Great job!” and “Please” and “Thank you.” They say things that healthy people with normal self-esteem say every day. Cowardly managers can’t say “Thanks” or “You... Read »
    2 weeks ago