You can tell a lot about a person by what they read. A person’s reading habits can tell you what they find important and what topics interest them. They can also reveal the importance that person places on learning and self-improvement. So what are you reading right now? How much do read each day?… Read More»
Ash Maurya author of “Scaling Lean: Mastering the Key Metrics for Startup Growth,” offers keen insights for anyone who is eager to hang their own shingle… Read More»
Members of the Young Entrepreneur Council share with you their suggestions for the best business books to read this summer…. Read More»
Purpose is one of the most important elements of engagement, wellbeing, and fulfillment. It’s a fundamental motivator for us to be successful and effective in our work, and also to be fulfilled and satisfied. It’s a big deal…. Read More»
If you run the numbers, it quickly becomes evident that the workplace is a tough place for happy, engaged employees…. Read More»
Happiness is a tricky subject; its meaning varies from person to person. There is fleeting happiness: the happiness we feel when we get something we want. Then there is a richer form of happiness that comes from doing something meaningful, like work or volunteering. This latter form of happiness is more fulfilling and its affects are longer lasting…. Read More»
Developing this crucial ‘seeing things early’ side of your strategic leadership is not about becoming a great predictor of the future. What it comes down to is sparking and fine-tuning your alertness to early warning signals of change…… Read More»
Whatever you think about Millennials, they are hitting the scene at a time of a tectonic shift in management. You can shake your fists at how entitled and coddled they are, or you can see them as “secret decoder rings” that give us a glimpse of what the future of management just might look like. But either way, you’re running out of time to decide. Change is coming…. Read More»
Let’s clear up the first notion: Resiliency is NOT about just surviving disasters, economic downturns, mergers, and the loss of top talent. In fact, if resiliency only kicks in when these events occur, it’s too late…. Read More»
We’re not lacking in people skills. We’re lacking in the understanding of what really makes individuals tick.
The knowledge of our human minds is increasing everyday, by leaps and bounds. We can use this knowledge to adapt our own leadership behaviors.
We can learn to fuel employee performance, lead effective change, drive increased job satisfaction and become the influential leaders we all strive to be…. Read More»