Here are a few insights I’ve gleaned over the years into managing tough decisions.
The traditional performance review is a confidential, closed-door meeting between no more than two people. Research suggests it is also to..
It’s an element that almost no one is talking about – mindsets – which, if not overlooked, can be harnessed to develop leaders effectively.
This report summarizes dozens of practical, evidence-based recommendations for critical business issues.
As San Jose has shown, it’s as much about having the right people and organizational structures in place as it is about technology.
Body-language savvy is becoming part of an executive’s personal brand.
A new research study shows that what’s keeping C-level executives up at night is their people strategies. Among these insights, six leader..
For better or for worse, our stories shape what we notice and how we interpret it. They inform our decision making and behavior.
This is a straightforward and actionable notion that we put to the test in two studies.
When it comes to getting the feedback employees need to learn and grow, it’s time to stop giving and start asking.