Category: Leadership

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We Asked, You Answered: What Are Your Plans for Self-Improvement?

We Asked, You Answered: What Are Your Plans for Self-Improvement?

Since September is Self-Improvement Month, we figured now was the perfect time to check in with our readers and see what short- and long-term goals [...]
Is Your Approach Parent-Child Management or Adult-to-Adult Leadership?

Is Your Approach Parent-Child Management or Adult-to-Adult Leadership?

Years ago, when I was a rising leader in corporate-land, I worked for a company president who regularly asked a thought-provoking question, “Are we [...]
Office Politics Don’t Have to Be Toxic

Office Politics Don’t Have to Be Toxic

There’s no escaping office politics. It might get a bad rap, but the ability to network, build relationships, and influence others is critical in a [...]
How Leaders Can Be More Humorous At Work

How Leaders Can Be More Humorous At Work

“Humor doesn’t come with a user’s guide.” That’s the slogan of the Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor (AATH)—and possibly a warning for [...]
How One Successful Senior Executive Juggles All the Balls

How One Successful Senior Executive Juggles All the Balls

One of the impacts of the shift to working virtually is an increase in the number of topics we find ourselves dealing with on a daily basis. The ab [...]
Creating People-Centric International Organisations With AI

Creating People-Centric International Organisations With AI

The United Nations is both a fascinating playground for artificial intelligence applications and a showcase of AI implementation problems and soluti [...]
How CPG Advertising Has Changed

How CPG Advertising Has Changed

If you’re working with CPG clients, you should know that ad spend rose 4.5% last year to reach $20.1 billion in this sector. Kantar just released a [...]
The 10 Best Things To Discard To ‘Spring Clean’ Your Career

The 10 Best Things To Discard To ‘Spring Clean’ Your Career

This time of year, many people find themselves with an urge to purge what’s no longer useful, clearing away the outdated and unnecessary stuff clut [...]
Three Questions That Lead to Better Meetings

Three Questions That Lead to Better Meetings

The one thing that I think all of my clients agree on is that they’re sick of meetings. That tracks back to the quantity of meetings they have in a [...]
Rethinking the Role of Leaders in the Creative Process

Rethinking the Role of Leaders in the Creative Process

A strong vision and a more disciplined approach can actually equal more creative results. How does a modern dance choreographer get the most creat [...]
Best Communication Skills for the Workplace

Best Communication Skills for the Workplace

Typically, the basics of social interaction are straightforward and simple to follow. For instance, most of us learned the best communication skill [...]
Strategies for Improving Team Dynamics

Strategies for Improving Team Dynamics

When it comes to the business world, collaborative relationships are paramount for success. Without decent work dynamics, you’ll miss out on utiliz [...]
What Are Durable Skills And Why Is There A Shortage?

What Are Durable Skills And Why Is There A Shortage?

Durable skills are increasingly in demand, which means HR should start developing and hiring for these skills of the future. Durable skills have re [...]
How Four Generations Differ in Their Approaches to Work

How Four Generations Differ in Their Approaches to Work

By: Tim Elmore In 2020, I heard a 19-year-old member of Generation Z use the word cheugy as he made fun of someone who was trying too hard to be h [...]
5 Leadership Lessons: Thoughts on How the World Works from Ray Dalio

5 Leadership Lessons: Thoughts on How the World Works from Ray Dalio

5 Leadership Lessons: Thoughts on How the World Works from Ray Dalio PRINCIPLES matter, and they are most readily seen in history. Sadly, many peopl [...]
4 Choices Smart Leaders Make

4 Choices Smart Leaders Make

What is Holding You Back? As a leader, I have long been impressed by men and women who lead at a higher level. Don’t assume all my heroes are CEOs a [...]
7 Powerful Proactive Responses to Hot Emotion

7 Powerful Proactive Responses to Hot Emotion

7 Powerful Proactive Responses to Hot Emotion Proactive people make things happen. Reactive people wait for things to happen. Reactions come wi [...]
Making Sure That Everyone Knows Their Place

Making Sure That Everyone Knows Their Place

Why formal structures and greater diversity create status disagreements and how to fix the issue. Organisations are becoming increasingly complex [...]
Seven Ideas to Overcoming the Cinderella Syndrome   

Seven Ideas to Overcoming the Cinderella Syndrome   

Seven Ideas to Overcoming the Cinderella Syndrome    In 1989, I first heard the term Cinderella Syndrome. This complex refers to a psychological con [...]
Does Your Company Need a Chief ESG Officer?

Does Your Company Need a Chief ESG Officer?

CEOs and boards of directors are under increasing pressure to address environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues. To support them, companie [...]
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