• Coca-Cola Renews Push To Slim Operations Under...
    Bloomberg - Apr 25
    Coca-Cola Co. will step up its bid to transform the company into a far leaner operation under incoming Chief Executive Officer James Quincey after quarterly earnings missed estimates. The soda giant vowed to cut costs by... Read »
    3 months ago
  • 8 Reasons Giving Your Employees A Raise Will Hurt...
    Entrepreneur - Mar 7
    Employees expect the occasional pay raise. It’s a way to recognize and reward them for all of their hard work and can reduce employee turnover. At the same time, giving your employees raises shouldn’t be a decision that... Read »
    4 months ago
  • What Tech Employees Want
    Wall Street Journal - Mar 7
    Finding and keeping the best workers is a challenge even for the most famous of companies. Nikki Waller, global management editor of The Wall Street Journal, discussed hiring and developing workers with Lori Goler, global... Read »
    4 months ago
  • No — I Won’t Hire The CEO’s Nephew
    Forbes - Feb 28
    Dear Liz, I've been a follower of yours since 2015. Your columns give me confidence, and just recently I had an opportunity to use all the confidence I've got. I'm the Manager of Digital Marketing in my company. My... Read »
    4 months ago
  • Five Steps To Help Yourself Recover From A Setback
    HBR - Dec 13
    This was not your best week. Something didn’t go right. Let’s say it was a negotiation that didn’t play out your way. What do you do afterward? You might go to a bar with friends, talk to your spouse, or call your... Read »
    7 months ago
  • Five Things Smart Leaders Are Doing To Make 2017...
    Forbes - Dec 13
    2016 has seen its fair share of organizational crises. From Wells Fargo to Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7, to Whole Foods Market, the Cincinnati Zoo, Dyn Inc. – and the list goes on. Some of these organizations managed their... Read »
    7 months ago
  • How The Most Emotionally Intelligent CEOs Handle...
    HBR - Dec 13
    Most of the CEOs I’ve met and worked with had years to prepare for their jobs. As they entered middle management, most of them learned that being a good leader is more important than being a good do-er. Many have... Read »
    7 months ago
  • Four Leadership Insights About Employee Motivation...
    Switch & Shift - Dec 13
    Our mental picture of the holiday season may look like this: snow falls gently to the ground; carollers go door-to-door dressed in quaint costumes singing traditional holiday favorites; children press their faces against... Read »
    7 months ago
  • How To Scale Your Company With Small Teams
    Entrepreneur - Dec 13
    When a company’s size grows to more than 10 people, something fundamentally changes. The fun and the tight-knit feeling you had in a small team goes out the window. Communication becomes more difficult. People do their own... Read »
    7 months ago
  • Three Questions You Must Answer Before You Present...
    Forbes - Dec 13
    Whether you’re an entrepreneur, CEO or middle manager, virtually everyone has to create (and present) business plans. And while there are literally thousands of business plan templates available, they will all fail if you... Read »
    7 months ago
  • Good Bosses Switch Between Two Leadership Styles
    HBR - Dec 9
    Think back to the last team project you participated in at work. How did the person running the project lead the group? Did they lead by presenting a plan and using their authority to insist that others follow along? Or did... Read »
    7 months ago
  • Takeaways From Fortune Businesspersons Of 2016
    Huff Po - Dec 9
    Fortune magazine’s 2016 edition of its annual Businessperson(s) of the Year present an interesting portrait of leadership in 2016. Fortune’s list was developed based on their own analysis of 12-36 month’s profits,... Read »
    7 months ago
  • Trust And The Unbalanced Employee Experience
    Entrepreneur - Dec 9
    In 2001, George A. Akerlof, A. Michael Spence and Joseph E. Stiglitz were awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics for their theory on how markets operate when transactions involve asymmetrical information. Asymmetrical... Read »
    7 months ago
  • Your Leadership Development Program Needs An Overhaul
    HBR - Dec 9
    Most companies make big investments in leadership development, rolling out intensive internal programs for high potentials, sending key leaders off to expensive executive education programs, or hiring personal coaches for... Read »
    7 months ago
  • Our Fear Of Female Leadership: The Sweeping Promise...
    Huff Po - Dec 9
    “Our country wanted change, and Clinton did not represent change,” is something I’ve heard 1 billion times since the election. And my stomach sinks each time. Change is one of those vague and subjective terms, like... Read »
    7 months ago