It's true that being a good leader takes courage, vulnerability, and a sense of humor. But it also takes some skill building - the kind of skills that aren't always learned in a classroom. Here are my top leadership lessons. And, in David Letterman style, let's start with NUMBER 10.
Building a positive culture starts with being intentional. Here are some ways that you can influence and improve your work culture.
Take the lead on your career development now and free yourself from career stagnation. Here are four ways you can broaden your short-term thinking to achieve both long and short term career goals.
Increasing employee engagement and improving work culture is a process that starts by making small changes and practicing them consistently. It takes time, but it is worth it in the end. Here are four ways to build a culture of engagement and high performance.
The days of "treat someone like you’d like to be treated" are gone. The new era of communication and showing respect for others is to match and pace. It's about how to consider and assess the way another person communicates. Then discuss items on their level.
It may sound overly simple, but adding purposeful appreciation towards others can be one of the most powerful communication tools you can hone.