The Results Are In: Bad Leadership Is Contagious Forbes In past Zenger Folkman research we've demonstrated that a great leader can have powerfully positive effects on an organization: decreasing turnover of team members and greatly increasing...
Is leadership born or built? Washington Post In his book, “Executive Instinct,” Nigel Nicholson of the London Business School suggests that there may be a leadership gene — that some people are just driven to be in charge.
Management Lessons: Moving Beyond Our Mistakes LinkedIn Today Not long ago I left my black Moleskine notebook on an airplane. I tucked it into the seat pocket right under the engraved “Use Bottom Cushion for Flotation Device”.
I’m drawing a line in the sand and proclaiming that leadership, as we know it today, will become extinct. Those who want to survive must transform themselves into mentors whose sole purpose is to breed success in those they lead.
Leadership Styles Are (Partly) About Culture Forbes In a globalised work environment, having a multinational team is becoming the norm. Whether a leader is “Eastern” or “Western” will influence how they interact with their employees.
Are Introverts Actually the Best Leaders? PARADE Call it what you will—stereotype, myth, or urban legend—but there's a widespread idea that extraversion makes you a better leader. This couldn't be further from the truth.
By the middle managers obsession with constantly chasing efficiencies alone, there is little ‘slack’ for innovation and new learning. Their measurement is often based on this efficiency and effectiveness emphasis and not on generating innovation.
Knowledge is the result of information and action. Yet, knowledge of actions taken is still not wisdom. It is in the reflective process that we are able to see if the knowledge used and actions taken have produced something of value and worth.