• 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 »
    19 hours 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 »
    19 hours ago
  • The Leadership Paradox
    HuffPo - Mar 2
    Peter Drucker, who many consider the father of modern management, once said, "We know almost nothing about management, that is why we write so many books on the subject." The same might be said for leadership. There are more... Read »
    19 hours ago
  • The Power Of Thinking Small To Win Big
    BBC - Feb 27
    Simplicity. It doesn’t just make your everyday life better — there’s an equally big payoff to companies that embrace the logic of simplicity, especially when undertaking what sound like complex... Read »
    3 days ago
  • Why Being A Mentor Is Worth The Effort
    Fast Company - Feb 27
    There is a common phrase in medical education that covers all of the steps of successful learning: "See one, do one, teach one." First, you observe someone else performing a process. Then, you learn to do it yourself.... Read »
    3 days ago
  • Why The Best Leaders Make Their Team Look Good
    Inc - Feb 27
    Everyone wants to look good. Just stroll down the "health and beauty" aisle at your local Target, by far the largest section of the store with every brand in the known universe (plus a few from the unknown universe). There's... Read »
    3 days ago
  • 5 Companies That Do Less, Better
    CEO.com - Feb 27
    As businesses grow, they become more complex. Chronic complexity is draining company resources and creativity. When organic growth slows, CEOs are prone to moving their organizations into adjacent markets. To meet the... Read »
    3 days ago
  • You Have To Be Fast To Be Seen As A Great Leader
    HBR - Feb 26
    It’s obvious that business is moving faster and faster and that to keep up, leaders at all levels need to know how to pick up the pace. That’s easy to say. But is it so? Is there a correlation between speed and... Read »
    4 days ago
  • The 5 Types Of Mentors You Need
    Fast Company - Feb 26
    When we talk about mentorship in the workplace, we often focus on finding one person who can help to guide us through the challenges we will face at work. It might be better to think about the set of people you need to have... Read »
    4 days ago
  • Your Attitude Is Everything If You Want To Succeed
    Lolly Daskal - Feb 26
    When it comes to success, many of us never even think about our attitude. Most of us are so busy just trying to live our lives, with all our hundred responsibilities and our thousand tasks and our million commitments, that... Read »
    4 days ago
  • What CEOs Are Afraid Of
    HBR - Feb 24
    Deep-seated fears — of looking ridiculous, losing social status, speaking up, and much, much more — saddle children in the middle school lunchroom, adults on the therapist’s couch, and even, my research has found,... Read »
    6 days ago
  • 6 Ways New CEOs Can Lead An Established Company...
    Entrepreneur - Feb 23
    In many industries, innovation always wins over tradition, regardless of how rich a company’s history may be. No matter who your founders or customers are or what industry acclaim you have to boast, the fact is you’re... Read »
    1 week ago
  • How Leaders Should React When Someone Disappoints
    CEO.com - Feb 23
    “Why?” the CEO of the hedge fund yelled at one of his portfolio managers. “Why would you increase that investment? What were you thinking?” The portfolio manager muttered a weak defense which the CEO promptly and... Read »
    1 week ago
  • 4 Lessons CEOs Can Learn From The Brian Williams...
    Chief Executive - Feb 20
    And when an event comes to light such as that which was recently experienced by NBC Nightly News anchor and managing editor Brian Williams, it not only tarnishes the person, it can also tarnish the brand. Williams was... Read »
    1 week ago
  • The Importance Of Taking Notes
    LinkedIn - Feb 20
    In my experience, 99 percent of people in leadership roles don’t take notes. What’s more, males are less likely to take notes than their female counterparts. I recently met with 30 chief executives for a dinner-table... Read »
    1 week ago