• 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 »
    16 hours 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 »
    16 hours 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 »
    16 hours 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 »
    16 hours 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 »
    16 hours ago
  • When Those Who Know Won’t Share
    NYT - Oct 20
    There is no “I” in team, we are told. It’s important for workers to share information and collaborate. So why would employees deliberately hide knowledge from their colleagues? And yet they do, all the time. Read »
    16 hours ago
  • How Successful People Make The Most Of Their Mornings
    Business Insider - Oct 20
    Great mornings don't just happen. They're planned and nurtured. Read »
    16 hours ago
  • Peter Thiel’s Advice For Founders: ‘What Are You...
    Forbes - Oct 20
    Peter Thiel wants to know what sets you apart–and what you’ll do to protect that uniqueness from imitators. Read »
    16 hours ago
  • 3 Ways To Be A Better Leader
    Shape - Oct 20
    Whether you want to dominate that corner office someday, see a career in politics, or strive to take charge of a new project at work, most of us could benefit from a leadership skills refresher. Read »
    17 hours ago
  • Promoting Employees Based On Seniority Will Destroy...
    CEO.com - Oct 20
    Some companies grow at such a rapid rate that promotions seem like a daily occurrence. If that’s the case for your company, you might be tempted to start promoting based on seniority instead of performance in order to... Read »
    21 hours ago
  • Decoding Leadership Presence
    Switch and Shift - Oct 17
    Does someone with leadership presence always make a good leader? Can someone without presence lead effectively? Many career gurus will say leadership presence is essential to becoming a good, and ladder-climbing leader. In... Read »
    3 days ago
  • Leadership Is A Process, Not A Position
    CEO.com - Oct 17
    Editor’s Note: This article is part of our “Leadership Presence” series, a weeklong effort co-hosted by CEO.com and Switch and Shift. Follow the discussion here and stay up-to-date with our daily and weekly... Read »
    3 days ago
  • What You Eat Affects Your Productivity
    HBR - Oct 17
    Think back to your most productive workday in the past week. Now ask yourself: On that afternoon, what did you have for lunch? When we think about the factors that contribute to workplace performance, we rarely give much... Read »
    3 days ago
  • How To Avoid Being A Superficial Leader
    Switch and Shift - Oct 17
    Want to lead? Then you need to be credible. Your team needs to understand that you know what is going on. No one respects a leader that appears superficial, or that shows himself as disconnected from what is really going... Read »
    3 days ago
  • How To Lead Breakthrough Change At Work
    Forbes - Oct 17
    Anyone who has tried instituting change at work or worked for someone making the attempt knows that the experience can be rough. As Mary Shelley wrote in Frankenstein: “Nothing is so painful to the human mind as a great... Read »
    3 days ago