While the rich and powerful are widely regarded as ‘winners,’ long-term success comes from only strong relationships and your lasting impact.
Comparing yourself to others is holding you back. Here are 3 ways to leave that old habit behind and get people to see your true strengths!
The toughest test of a manager is how they address mediocrity. There is no silver bullet to address lackluster performance but there are four leadership practices that can help.
Millennials are a generation comfortable with change. We experienced everything from floppy disks to Uber, and we understand change is part of life. Yet constant change can result in lost focus.
Data scientists and financial analysts, examined a sample of 930 of those CEOs to come up with the traits and patterns that most predicted which ones became a CEO
You know a great leader when you’re working for one, but even they can have a hard time explaining the specifics of what they do that makes their leadership so effective.
Introverts are considered to be too ‘quiet’ and ‘unassertive’ to successfully handle the many challenges of management roles in anything but an ancillary capacity. Here are some of the traits that an introvert brings to the table when it comes to good management and ROI.
In light of several high-profile public incidents in which brands came under fire (United Airlines and Pepsi, for example), the author highlights three basic realities businesses are facing. First, now that everyone has a cell phone camera and access to social media, the speed of shame is as fast (and as ruthless) as the internet.
Working 50 to 70 hours isn’t unheard of though. Are the extra hours worth it? The actual relationship between working hours and productivity might surprise you.
Consultants Jack Zenger and Joseph Folkman recently shared a study they conducted with more than 330,000 bosses, peers, and subordinates. These are the top 7 skills that Zenger and Folkman found leaders need to demonstrate if they want to succeed.