5 Attributes of Highly Successful Companies

5 Attributes of Highly Successful Companies

These are turbulent times. The news cycle is too fast. Climate change is wreaking havoc with fires, floods, and droughts. Rising inequality and political unrest have brought polarization and violence. Technology is disruptive and markets are volatile. How do you lead through such acceleration and uncertainty?

A new book offers a recipe for how to reset your business to last a hundred years. Maureen Kline, writing here for Inc, takes a look at a new book that wrestles with the need for adaptation and sustainable thinking.

Do You Have The Vision To Be Agile?

Do You Have The Vision To Be Agile?

It’s an organization’s North Star that enables agility in times of change and transformation. We all know that in today’s business world it’s essential to stay flexible and be agile. Here is a portion of Jan Bruce’s take on the importance of a clear sense of purpose in enabling agility. Jan is the CEO and co-founder of meQuilibrium, the only human capital management platform based on the science of resilience, writing here for Forbes.

5 lessons from a former Navy SEAL that will challenge your view of leadership.

5 lessons from a former Navy SEAL that will challenge your view of leadership.

It goes without saying that lessons learned on the battlefield serve as poignant examples for leadership in action; after all, people’s lives are at stake. So without further ado, here are five powerful lessons that will change the way you view leadership forever. The leader is ultimately responsible for the success or failure of the team

How to Unlock Your People’s Performance Potential at Work

How to Unlock Your People’s Performance Potential at Work

Lack of engagement in the workplace and failure to get the most from our people isn’t a result of lack of awareness. Various surveys and polls indicate that 80 – 90% of organizational leaders recognize that lack of engagement is preventing them from getting the most from their people. This failure to maximize human potential is costing businesses money and productivity.

7 Personality Traits Every CEO Should Have

7 Personality Traits Every CEO Should Have

When people hear the title of CEO, those three letters that command respect, they tend to imagine a relentless titan on a quest for entrepreneurial greatness. What comes to mind is the fiery temperament of a visionary like Steve Jobs, or the competitive drive of a leader like Travis Kalanick. Instead, they shared more traditional qualities, such as a strong sense of self-awareness, prioritization skills and, most of all, a willingness to listen and hear new ideas from their fellow leaders.