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The history of business is the story of entrepreneurs, executives, leaders, and employees, all of whom along the way add to the theory of management. For the 20th anniversary of strategy+business, we, the editors, decided to track the milestones of management history. This interactive catalog is the result.
Simon Sinek has a simple but powerful model for inspirational leadership -- starting with a golden circle and the question "Why?" His examples include Apple, Martin Luther King, and the Wright brothers ...
As the economy improves many of your best employees might start looking for new opportunities. Praise might just be the perk your company or department is missing.
Greg Clowminzer's insight:
Appreciation, praise, and recognition hold relationships together. The business compact is a relationship and most employees want the same feeling they get from a supportive spouse—they want to be shown appreciation. They want to be “celebrated every day.” I’m constantly amazed at how many bosses fail to utilize one of the most powerful retention and engagement tools at their disposal and that’s praise.
A recent study finds that companies are highly concerned with cultivating new leaders, but their investment in training isn't paying off.
Greg Clowminzer's insight:
The problem with such programs is that companies are simply trying to entertain or just make people feel good for brief amount of time. And, there is no commitment from the participant to doing anything.
Whatever insights one might gain from attending in such programs need to be broken down in to actionable steps and have some sort of accountability. Unfortunately, this rarely happens and most employee simply revert to their old habitual ways of doing business.
The solution: On going coaching to implement and integrate what has been learned. Period.
Pick the brain of just about any elite athlete and you will learn that they didn’t get to such a high level on their own. Along the way their coaches educated them, trained them to get the most from their talent and built their confidence.
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