A culture of trust yields higher engagement, happier employees, greater productivity, and higher profits. And it all starts in the brain.
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
When you appoint technical experts to leadership positions without the appropriate management skills, they believe that it’s their technical experience which will save them, and they start to believe that either they have, or need to have all the answers.
Staff at Swedish firm Crisp explain why they decided to bin the boss Do you really need someone to tell you what to do at work? Three years ago, Swedish software consultancy Crisp decided that the answer was no.
Heineken Mexico CEO, Dolf van den Brink, estimates that the company is saving several million dollars a year by selling their used paper bottle labels to paper companies to make napkins and tissues.
Time and effort spent on macromanagement enables leaders to be as clear, decisive, and disciplined at the macro level.
There’s no question that most business leaders are usually highly intelligent. But what if the very thing propelling you forward in the beginning was, in reality, now the one thing holding you back?
High-trust organizations operate on a dividend, or performance multiplier if you will, which increases speed and decreases costs.
To most business professionals, the idea of firing your managers sounds insane. However some of the most successful companies do in fact run manager-less
As you start to grow from a tiny startup into something that resembles a more mature company, your #1 priority becomes surrounding yourself with incredible leaders who can do their jobs better than you ever did.