The time is right for a more heroic style of leadership. Changing times lend themselves to the rise of gladiators. Instead of seeing today’s challenges and competition as a negative, executives should view it as an opportunity in disguise—a chance to position your organization for change, innovation capturing the forward momentum needed today.
Hugh Blane’s Monday Morning Minute
When we remember how strong we are, not only can it help us as we face challenges or adversity in the moment, it can give us much needed confidence and faith that we actually have what it takes to navigate this crazy and beautiful thing called life.
Agile leaders realize “we do not know what we do not know.” They try to be more flexible and encourage greater staff participation to ensure things are not missed. This articles outlines some steps you can take to become an more agile leader.
This article offers three scenarios that set up the distinction between REAL leaders and those in title/pay grade only. Valuable lessons can be gained by learning what not to do when you get promoted to leadership.
In addition to our own liberation, when we’re vulnerable we give other people permission to be vulnerable as well, and in so doing, we open up the possibility of real human connection and the opportunity to impact people in a profound way, which is what most of us truly want in life.
A recent study finds that organisations in Asia are overly optimistic about their workforce planning strategy, and are still depending on primitive methods of workforce planning despite the accessibility of tech innovations available on the market today.
Three key metrics categories applied in the “sports” arena work just as well for marketing: outcome, performance, and process. This article explains each category and how to apply it to your business and marketing.
An axiom of business is, “if you can measure it you can manage it.” While no CEO would argue with this as it applies to operations or finance, when his attention shifts to Internet marketing, conditions often become very touchy-feely.
Right or wrong, people make judgments. As a leader you must understand that the actions you take, the decisions you make, and the language you use work together to help people form an opinion of you.