People want feedback that helps them grow and improve. But how you deliver it matters, too.
The ability to delegate is a key leadership competency. Yet, many supervisors and managers on the road to becoming valuable and valued leaders fail to do so.
In casual conversations, check-in meetings, brainstorming sessions, and performance reviews, we predict regenerative leadership will make its mark in 2020.
People want meaningful jobs, fair pay, transparency, growth and, most of all, kindness.
Effective teams can be significant drivers of innovations that enable broader quality improvements and efficiency gains across organizations.
Organizations spend billions of dollars each year on leadership development. Yet research has shown that many of these programs don’t seem to work.
An organizational “vision” too often is a set of action items that preserve the status quo. The vision doesn’t simply show up. You have to take action and be thoughtful to have vision and create a vision.
We are living in an era of “pervasive uncertainty,” and leaders need to adopt a more humble, open and committed approach to thrive under these circumstances.
Instead of trying to be right, be less wrong.
I was in denial for about a year and a half before I admitted that I needed to fire Randy.