Whether disengaged workers work in the office or virtually, leaders need to find out why they don’t in effect ‘buy’ their leadership and what acts and activities leaders need to undertake to boost their team’s motivation and business results.
A prediction by some social scientists that the trauma of September 11, 2001, would usher in an era of greater cooperativeness among Americans appears to have been incorrect, according to a team led by Jean M.
Every single leader, movement, and organization that has ever wanted to create greatness has had to challenge the status quo. Leaders challenge the status quo to entice improvements. Organizations challenge the status quo to assemble advancements.
THE BUSINESS TIMES Life & Culture - WHILE members of Generation Y (born 1980-1994) are highly ambitious and socially confident, a new study says they are "severely lacking in traditional leadership skills"..
Somewhere between reading John Kotter's Leading Change and Michael Watkin's First Ninety Days, most change projects are tested by currents of resistance and indecision that are often quite subtle, but need to be played right if the change...
In one of his blogs, Seth Godin talks about the Levy Law which describes the way animals forage for food and how that law applies to the Internet. The more I think about the Levy Law, the more I see how it applies to the world of work.
“No the manager was cool, it was just that I could not survive in that culture. I had to get out.” We have all heard the phrase that people don’t leave companies, they leave managers. Well, hearing that had me thinking.