The term “mid-size company” probably conjures up images of…well, maybe not much. Enterprise-sized companies run the world, small businesses are the heart of the American economy - and where does that leave the ones in the middle?
1. Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking, by Susan CainIn Quiet, author Susan Cain argues that introverts are a reservoir of untapped talent--and that progressive managers can create environments in which they...
I recently sent a thank you note to a boss that I had back in 1995. I’ve had good bosses since then, but this particular person stands out as Number One for me. Working for him was an amazing learning experience, and when I reflect back on that time, I can readily say that what I learned from him I later used with my own teams.What makes him rise to the top of my list?
Here are three top-of-mind things that he taught me (from among the many I could mention):
" To help leaders deal with multi-cultural teams, which is where it’s going to be at, two things need to happen – leaders have to become much more humble and learn how to seek help, because the subordinates under them will be much more knowledgeable than they, and secondly leaders will have to create cultural islands where people from differently occupational and national cultures can spend suspend some of the rules and talk to each other more directly, for example, about how they view trust, how they view authority, or how they deal with bosses that make mistakes.
If leaders can’t create those kinds of cultural islands, they won’t be able to create teams that can actually work."
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