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.
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.
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.
When it comes to culture, every problem begins and ends in the executive suite. Go ahead and draft corporate values. Design pretty posters and put them up on every wall.
Successful leaders are the power and intellect behind their organizations. They are the visionaries charged with steering their brand around pitfalls.
Here are eight things that exceptional bosses tell their employees daily. Start using these daily (or begin looking for a boss who does), and watch your success skyrocket.
Like everyone in your workplace, millennials should be celebrated for the strengths of their differences. Where one executive sees someone with a selfie fixation, another leader sees a teammate who has meaningful and important insights into the next social trend.
The Hope Theory, which was tested in the early 1990s, finds that hope can play a dual role– working positively before the appearance of a problem, as well as after a problem has appeared.
Not all leaders are good and acknowledgement of this can often be the first step towards better leadership. In order to lead better, leaders and academics have turned to the idea of authentic leadership.