While the rich and powerful are widely regarded as ‘winners,’ long-term success comes from only strong relationships and your lasting impact.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Charismatic leaders can be narcissistic and self-serving, and ultimate destructive to the organizations they lead. If humble leaders are more effective than narcissistic leaders, why do we so often choose narcissistic individuals to lead us?
I’ll never forget my confusion the first time I saw someone promoted to a senior management position who most people would never want to work for.
Often considered entitled, narcissistic, and suffering from unrealistic expectations, Millennials have sometimes gotten a bad rap in the workplace.
What makes somebody credible is your ability to trust them. You determine whether or not I’m credible to you. You really have to build that relationship so you can understand what people want from you.
CFOs who embrace change and set challenging goals for the organisation are more likely to develop profit growth opportunities for their company, while a strict and traditional CFO could be bad for business. This is not just my opinion but now there is research behind it.