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 following sayings might not be as full of as much character compared to some of the more colorful southern expressions, but they are great lines to shape your business practices around.
Some leadership advice is obvious. Some of it is stuff you learned in kindergarten (please, thank you). But every so often, you’ll encounter some real–and relevant–pearls of wisdom.
Have you noticed there’s a difference between a good leader and a great leader?
Virgin Group chairman Richard Branson has spent his entire career pushing the envelope.
Motivational quotes are everywhere. They’re on sports advertisements, billboards, T-shirts. In fact, there’s a decent chance that many of your laptops have a desktop background that features an image of a motivational quote. Admit it.
To help you get above the fray, I have collected the following 17 daily affirmations for leaders. They may seem simple, and they are, but they’re also very powerful.
Visiting the U.S. this week, Pope Francis is showing off a leadership style we can all learn from.
Look at any CEO running a profitable company and you’ll find someone who has figured a few things out. One trait many of these leaders have in common: consistency.
Any successful person will tell you he or she did not get there without the advice and counsel of other wiser men and women. I’m constantly asked by younger people how to find mentors and what to do once you think you’ve encountered one.