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The landscape of what leadership means today is changing, as leaders are required to both develop innovative, sustainable businesses for an unknown long-term future and to deliver strong results today.
4 key themes on leadership styles that are most effective in leading change.
There's only one job of management. Here it is, it's one sentence: "Build a great team that does amazing work, on time, with quality, and serves customers."
Did you know that 96 Percent of Businesses Fail Within 10 Years? In almost every failing business you can tie the cause back to failure in leadership.
The culture of an organisation has a very powerful effect on how people respond and behave.
On every team, there are only two types of members: culture builders and culture killers...
In October 2017, the #MeToo hashtag was used by more than 4.7 million people in 12 million Facebook posts during the first 24 hours alone. Business leaders, cannot afford to ignore these statistics or the impact of the #MeToo movement.
The one important trait often overlooked in great leaders is modesty.
Good leaders also know when it's time to adjust their approach, and are able to adapt to the ever-changing demands of the workforce.
What is it that unites Jeff Bezos, Warren Buffett and Richard Branson and has enabled them to effect great change?
Paul Sean Hill, former flight director and director of mission operations for human spaceflight at Nasa, shares wisdom from the control room in Q&A session.
The key to leading change? Become comfortable with discomfort.
"Through my experiences in martial arts and entrepreneurialism, and as a US citizen who has moved abroad, I offer the following three suggestions for leaders seeking to reach their full potential:"
Whether a leader chooses to be educated or ignorant, somebody else will always be faced with the outcome of that choice.
Change triggers strong emotions, which may promote tunnel vision, narrowing our productive choices. EQ is essential to how we help others cope with change...
“She has a great track record, but she doesn’t look like a leader...”
Globally, nearly seven in 10 respondents among the general population worry about fake news or false information being used as a weapon, and 59 percent say that it is getting harder to tell if a piece of news was produced by a respected media organization.
PDF Download of 2018 annual global study.
According to The Edelman Trust Barometer, “People’s trust in business, government, NGOs, and media remained largely unchanged from 2017 — 20 of 28 countries surveyed now lie in distruster territory, up one from last year. Yet dramatic shifts are taking place at the country level and within the institution of media.”
Here are some small, incremental changes you could make over the coming year to make big improvements in your professional performance in 2018.
Leadership is not about personality; it’s about behavior—an observable set of skills and abilities.
The world is not a dangerous place, and most people do not want to harm you.You won’t learn this from the news, however, because news is almost exclusively about the worst of humanity. If it bleeds, it leads, as the saying goes.
Failure to keep up with the rapid pace of change can place an organization in the position of becoming captive to events rather than charting its own course.
Not all CEOs can be exceptional. Yet emerging research on the highest-performing CEOs yields lessons to guide every executive, especially those stewarding companies in transition.
We all have unconscious biases. These biases emerge when our brains make lightning quick judgments about situations and people – without us even knowing it.