Leaders Focus Too Much on Changing Policies, and Not Enough on Changing Minds
What most organizations typically overlook is the internal shift — what people think and feel — which has to occur in order to..
How Are You Protecting Your High Performers from Burnout?
Many companies and leaders engage in three common practices, often unknowingly, that make top performers even more likely to burn out.
The Importance of Rest, Relaxation, and Rejuvenation for Long-Term Growth
Take rest; a field that has rested gives a bountiful crop.
Doing More with More: Putting Shared Leadership into Practice
Essentially, the organizations found that they could do more with less (funds) by doing more with more (leadership).
Do Your Employees Feel Respected?
In a recent survey of nearly 20,000 employees worldwide, respondents ranked respect as the most important leadership behavior. Yet employe..
Why (and How) to Confront Problem Employees
It’s important to consider what kind of problem employee you’re dealing with. We found that these 5 common behaviors..
Outcome-Based Managers Focus on People and the Finish Line
This approach doesn’t necessarily lighten their managerial load. Perhaps counterintuitively, OBC managers may have a more sprawling role t..
Robots? Training? Factories Tackle the Productivity Puzzle
With unemployment low and wages creeping up, companies have an incentive to become more efficient — an exercise that tends to drive econom..
Inspire Employees to Own Their Productivity With a Bottom-Up Culture
Letting employees choose their own tools and devices creates an ownership mentality among workers.
After the Merger: Getting to “Yes” is Only the Beginning
The integration process following a merger agreement is essential to achieving success.