Lesha Reese helps leaders through coaching to step into their authentic leadership to better serve and support their teams. Here writing for Forbes she challenges and asks the burn question, Can you still have a Why in a large corporate?
The experience of waking up every morning and going to work in a way that feels in complete alignment with your soul and your authentic self sounds like a dream to most. In many ways, it’s the ultimate goal. This idea has been gaining momentum, especially in recent years with the growing popularity and relatability of thought leader Simon Sinek, who has given much-needed life to the concept of finding and living our why. He gives voice to an idea that resonates deeply and plants the seeds of possibility within ourselves.
Jack Zenger is the CEO of Zenger/Folkman, a strengths-based leadership development firm. He is the author and co-author of 13 books including including How To Be Exceptional: Drive Leadership Success by Magnifying Your Strengths. Here (originally in Forbes), he shares his insights on the value of “Peer Consulting”. How much of your talent and ability do you believe your current organization uses? For the past 50 years I have asked this question of groups of executives and managers—and the average response over the past 50 years has been amazingly consistent.read more
Daniel Lubetzky, KIND Founder & CEO, is a model example for leading human-centered workplaces that thrive. Here is Marcel Schwantes' Principal and founder of Leadership From the Core's take on Daniel's success. A growing body of research on employee motivation...read more
The world is in need of better leadership role models. Around the world—in companies, governments, religious institutions—self-serving leaders have harmed their investors, employees and customers alike. Blanchard offers a critical reminder at a critical time that only...read more
In management theory, certain concepts from yesteryear no longer hold true. Like, for example, the idea that people must be driven to perform. Writing here for Inc, Marcel Schwantes, Principal and founder of Leadership From the Core gives his take own the upside nature of empowered leadership.
Over the years, I’ve learned that driving people (as if they were cattle or cars, steering them wherever we want them to go) no longer holds a favorable place in collaborative work cultures.read more
This story is about three things: dress codes, leadership and common sense. When I was a CEO I used the same mechanism and believe me it is highly effective; you can’t talk about empowerment and decision making if you’re still telling people how to dress in the morning. If they are good enough to work for you they can probably work that out! Here is Bill Murphy Jr, executive editor of operations, Some Spider, and founder, ProGhostwriters.com’s take on the issue. (Origanally appraered in Inc.com. It’s about a $62 billion company with roots going back 100 years–the kind of giant, legacy organization you might think would get bogged down with bureaucratic minutiae. And it’s about how it wound up with a dress code running only two words long.read more