Smart organizations promote people into management who are likely to be good at managing. Weaker organizations promote people into management who are good at what they do but not necessarily good at supervising others or developing budgets or handling other burdens of management.
A few years ago, my son asked me to coach his house league soccer team made up of 6 year olds with the attention span of puppies. It ended up teaching me everything I need to know about being a good leader.
When Elon Musk announced that he would open source Tesla’s valuable intellectual property he commanded great attention across the auto industry and the private sector. Not only did he do something profoundly counterintuitive in terms of the traditional self-serving interests of a company discharging its fiduciary duty to shareholders, but he also [...]
We’ve talked with hundreds of chief executives about the struggle of creating global leadership development programs, observing both successful initiatives and ones that run into the sand. In the process, we’ve identified four of the most common mistakes:
- Overlooking context
- Decoupling reflection from real work
- Underestimating mind-sets
- Failing to measure results
Sidestepping these common mistakes can help companies develop stronger and more capable leaders, save time and money, and boost morale.
Five highlights from the April 30-May 2, 2014 NY gathering organized by the Institute of Coaching, .Conference provided a chance to hear candidly from the front lines about the future of leadership coaching – concerns facing today’s leaders, issues trending in the market, and innovative strategies emerging to coach and support leaders as they navigate business challenges.
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