The current public personas of people whom we would title “leaders” are a far cry from the model Robert Greenleaf developed during his 40 years with American Telephone and Telegraph (now AT&T). Learn how he created servant leadership and what it means to be a servant leader.
Does the old marketing saying, “People buy on emotion and then justify the buy rationally,” apply to CEOs, C-suite executives, and senior executives?
Strategically choosing to mentor an employee requires serious consideration on your part. Whom do you choose? When do you offer the guidance? How do you see your business growing in the future?
In this article you will learn four keys to using corporate communication wisely so that it is intentional rather than reactionary. A true leader works diligently to craft clear and compelling communication.
Gratitude has an important place in our professional lives as well as our personal environments, and leaders who practice expressing thanks will enhance their own credibility and encourage others to follow suit.
This article identifies five stages that comprise a vision statement development cycle, based on interviews with 30 leaders including CEOs, Presidents, and founders of successful companies, on the process they used to write their vision statement
Curiosity is more than a mindset. Curiosity is a tool that can be cultivated to help you engage your team, address performance problems, gain understanding, and resolve conflict.
Which of the two holds the greatest leverage on you — is it the loss of popularity or a fear of failure? The answer may not be readily apparent, but it can be detected through your style and willingness to use your authority to move those behind you.
‘Trust’ is a word we trip out on a daily basis yet how many of us can define it or understand what influences trust? Thankfully, a host of academic researchers have been grappling with these questions while we have been busy running businesses.
As a leader in your organization, ask yourself: Is there laughter here? Does my team laugh with me or do they shut down when I walk in the room? If we’re not laughing, something is wrong.