• 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 »
    1 day ago
  • Four Words That Reinforce The Gender Gap At Work
    Entrepreneur - Sep 29
    Though better than it’s ever been, being a working woman is far from a cakewalk. While big issues, like sexual harassment, still exist in the workplace despite great progress, it’s often smaller issues that slip under... Read »
    1 day ago
  • 40 Under 40: The Best Advice I Ever Got
    Fortune - Sep 28
    Good advice really can come from anywhere. Members of this year’s 40 Under 40 class found bits of wisdom that significantly influenced their strategy and work-life balance from parents, interview candidates, and even Jay Z... Read »
    2 days ago
  • Three Steps To Becoming The Company Captain Without...
    CEO.com - Sep 26
    A CEO’s departure is like a captain leaving his ship. A smooth, amicable transition lets the company weather the storm; anything less destroys the boat. “With the CEO gone, who will steadfastly guide us through... Read »
    4 days ago
  • Generational Differences: When They Matter, And When...
    Forbes - Aug 16
    Carol just can’t catch a break. She hustles to get her work done, turns in assignments on time, and does her best to connect with colleagues on the team. But for some reason, her teammates and manager don’t believe... Read »
    1 month ago
  • How To Make Your One-On-Ones With Employees More...
    HBR - Aug 8
    One-on-one meetings with direct reports often feel more hurried and disorganized than they need to be. It’s important to check in regularly with each of your employees, but how can you make the best use of the time? How... Read »
    1 month ago
  • Four C’s To Consider When Faced With Critical...
    CEO.com - Aug 8
    As CEOs, it sometimes feels as if our job title ought to be “chief decision maker.” Yet it is not uncommon for CEOs to struggle with the responsibility of decision-making. The Strategic Management Journal recently... Read »
    1 month ago
  • Do Your Managers Inspire?
    CEO.com - Aug 1
    As the leader of your company, you set the vision, and, to a large degree, define the culture of the organization. Of course, you can't do that alone, which is why you have a team of people helping you to achieve that... Read »
    2 months 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 »
    2 months ago
  • Why CEOs Should Understand Business On Top Of Their...
    CEO.com - Jul 10
    Many future CEOs may face an all-too-common problem: overspecialization. They may be easily drawn to a certain familiar field at an early career stage—in the realm of science, technology or fashion, for example—and... Read »
    2 months ago
  • Are You Leading By Example?
    CEO.com - May 26
    “Lead by example” is a well-worn piece of advice. We all nod our heads in rapt agreement when we hear it, but how many of us actually do it? We know that “Do as I say, not as I do” is a destructive mantra to embrace,... Read »
    4 months ago
  • Six Habits Of Effective Entrepreneurial Leadership
    Entrepreneur - May 25
    Everyone knows that you can’t grow a business without a team. Yet too often entrepreneurs and small business owners focus their attention on everything except how they are leading their teams. Entrepreneurs forget that not... Read »
    4 months ago
  • Five Ways To Show Your Appreciation For Others
    Switch & Shift - May 23
    What does it take to be a really great giver of recognition in the workplace, or anywhere for that matter? In some shape or form I get asked this question often. Such as, “What do I need to do to get recognition... Read »
    4 months ago
  • The Skills Most Companies Look For In Employees
    Fortune - May 17
    For me, there are two kinds of success: external or professional success and internal or personal success. Sometimes, in our younger years, we believe we are only measured on our external success and professional... Read »
    4 months ago
  • The Problem With Millennials? They’re Way Too...
    HBR - May 2
    Although generational differences are often overstated in the workplace, Millennials do face a unique challenge, thanks to the reality of modern 24/7 communication: “ruthless comparison” with their peers. In a recent... Read »
    5 months ago