Adam Robinson is Co-founder and CEO of Hireology. Here, writing for Inc, he explores a fresh approach to culture, recruitment and that old cliche': "employer of choice". Amanda Lannert is the CEO of Jellyvision, where she's led the company to exceptional growth and...read more
Here’s something to seriously ponder, some thoughts and insights from Inc, written by Marcel Schwantes, Principal and founder, Leadership From the Core: Research is saying that a new hire’s decision to stay with a company long-term is made within the first six months of employment. Think about that for a minute. It means your average employee hasn’t made up his or her mind about staying or leaving your company until, quite possibly, month six on the job.read more
Great Place to Work — the global research consultancy that partners with Fortune to conduct the annual study of those “best companies” — has already confirmed that trust is the human behavior you cannot afford not to have. It found that 92 percent of employees believe that their managers are people they can trust.read more
Millennials are wonderful. And no, I’m not just saying this because I raised three of my own. I’m saying this because it’s the truth, says, Frances McIntosh, who helps leaders, teams, and organizations build stronger relationships through effective communication. This article originally appeared in Forbes.com.
With their creative and elastic minds, their ability to work with passion and their hunger for knowledge, millennials are exciting — not to mention educational —to be around. Just as with any other generation, isn’t it time we start acknowledging their strengths?read more
Leadership means people watch you–not to what you want to say or do, or mean to, but what you actually say and do.
According to Joshua Spodek, Author of, ‘Leadership Step by Step’ Attention to detail counts. We concur! Not sometimes, but always. What Vince Lombardi said about winning applies to leadership: “Leading is not a sometime thing; it’s an all the time thing. You don’t lead once in a while; you don’t do things right once in a while; you do them right all of the time. Leading is a habit. Unfortunately, so is failing to lead.”
Research has shown that only about 8% of company leaders excel at both strategy and execution. Leaders who master both strategy and execution start by building a bold but executable strategy, addressing the questions “What are we great at?” and “What are we able to achieve?” rather than coming up with lofty plans and asking functional and business-unit teams to do their best to execute. Next, leaders must ensure that the company is investing behind the change, which means linking the budget closely to the strategy.read more