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.
“That’s a great question” isn’t a great answer. Here’s why, and how startup founders can buy some time when faced with questions they can’t answer right away.
When CFOs are asked to drive, co-lead, or enable a transformation beyond the finance function, understanding what makes transformation different from normal business change can help them better plan, staff, and execute it.
Looking at data from over 103,000 leaders, we were able to identify four key skills that had the most significant impact on a leader’s ability to collaborate effectively.
What is the #1 new initiative L&D professionals are planning to focus on? Where does that stack up against other key initiatives?