I wrote this book to profile the problem of toxic leadership, to provide some solutions, and to provide insights to those who are suffering under destructive superiors. Receive a 25% discount on this book ($19.88 + shipping) when you mention discount code 6AF15.
Despite the convenience of electronic communications like phone calls, conference calls, email, texting, instant messaging, and video conferencing, face-to-face meetings have some unique benefits that are nearly impossible to achieve […] The post 5...
I admit it. I have sent an email to a colleague who was within speaking distance. There is a case for that under certain circumstances.
A new survey shows how Generation Y will define the leadership of the future.
I find some of the research on generational differences unconvincing. It looks good at first glance, but when we aggregate an entire generation we find that the variation with the group of interest is too great to support assertions at the individual level.
Having a bad boss isn't just unpleasant -- it can also be bad for your health
Most of us tend to flash red when our dignity is challenged. Our body then produces a cascade of hormones and chemicals in reaction to stress, and chronic stress is correlated with a number of negative health effects.
There are some long-term benefits to having worked for a human blowtorch. You learn what not to do and you tend to build up some interpersonal calluses. That's not a bad thing, but it is a painful way to learn.
An administrator examines the war colleges and the joint professional military education institutions and calls on the schools to employ the optimal mix of military and civilian faculty to encourage the rise of new thinking in vital areas and...
This was my attempt to provide some additional perspective to the debate about the relevancy and effectiveness of the war colleges. I wanted to share some insights from having been a student and faculty member in the system of professional military education as well as a faculty member and administrator in non-military settings. I hope it provokes some discussion, especially with regard to policies and procedures relating to the faculty.
Here's a nice summary of some of my thoughts on Toxic Leadership by my friend and ace San Diego Fire Chief, Brian Fennessy. I think he knows my work better than I do. I love it when insights like these cross contexts.
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