#SocialLeader chat celebrated it’s 1st anniversary on Monday night. We’ve spent the last year discussing social leadership. We’ve defined it. We’ve refined it. We’ve lived it…. Read More»
The distraction of all thing internet related can make being productive a real challenge. Often we feel as if we’re running in 50 different directions accomplishing nothing…. Read More»
When we talk about leadership qualities, the conversation too often turns to traits many feel are “soft.” Characteristics like authenticity, integrity, concern, composure and inclusiveness.
But if these traits are so soft , why are they so hard to master?… Read More»
As more and more workers are working remotely, staying connected can be a challenge. Maintaining an engaged workforce is challenging enough when your employees are physically in a traditional office setting…. Read More»
Have you ever googled any of the following: What makes a great leader? How to be a great leader? What do great leaders have in common? If so, this infographic if you. Great leaders have lots of qualities and traits that are worth emulating. Here is a illustrated breakdown of 6 of the best qualities […] Read more… Read More»
Business leaders and change management consultants are very familiar with the fact that organizational change is hard. Many initiatives to change fail, which may not surprise you since most people have a difficult time changing, period. Understanding the barriers to organizational change can help you avoid failing at your initiative. This infographic from Tobenrick illustrates […] Read more… Read More»
Consultants of all stripes seem to like free range strategy. For years, they’ve painted a picture of management teams, besieged on all sides by traditional thinking, in desperate need of breaking through to the promised land of the unconventional…. Read More»
Your brain can consciously process only a fraction of the bits of information it takes in. In this episode of The Rebel Leader, we talk with Bob Nease about how to boost your brain’s performance. … Read More»
Employee engagement is an emotional state where we feel passionate, energetic, and committed toward our work. In turn, we fully invest our best selves––our hearts, spirits, minds, and hands––in the work we do.
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There are few leaders in the history of corporate America who will find themselves in the position Michael G. Winston found himself in at Countrywide Financial. Just two months into a major role at a major division of Bank of America, Michael witnessed, in his words, what went “beyond greed to fraud.” A believer […] Read more… Read More»