Risk — we’ve got to be analytical and disciplined, and it’s often technical. Leadership — it’s all about having a vision and setting a strategy. Wharton Professor Michael Useem Are Risk and Leadership two sides of the same coin?
Grasp the essence of who you are as a manager. Essence: the intrinsic nature or indispensable quality of something, especially something abstract, that determines its character. How much stronger of a Leader you would be if you truly understood and lived your essence. To live … Continue readingEssence of a Leader
According to many sources, a bad boss is one of the top ten reason why employees quit their job. What if you could help reduce the cost of turnover by being a Leader. By gaining “Mastery of Leadership.” The boss often spends more time with … Continue readingLeadership Skills: How to Slash Labor Cost
How To Measure The ROI Of Training: A Pragmatic Approach You put on a class. It went well. Or it didn’t. The participants liked it. Or they didn’t. The coffee was hot. Or it wasn’t. However it went, chances are you will hear about it in … Continue readingHow to Measure the ROI of Training
Simple definition of Inertia: What moves, moves What stands still, stands still As a Leader what are you doing? Are you learning new skills and techniques or thinking you don’t need to learn more. Are you growing your knowledge or standing still thinking you already … Continue readingInerita
War brings the kind of duress that can force even old-style militaries to change. Ukraine has faced just that situation as it continues to battle Russia in the Crimea and elsewhere. In the corporate world, businesses also can find themselves in a competitive war. CEOs … Continue readingWhat Leadership Lessons Can Business Learn from Ukraine’s War?