Employees are paying greater attention to workplace culture. Data indicates that for organizations to attract and retain talent in the years to come, they must create respectful workplaces. Leaders are the most important pieces of that puzzle.
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There are many challenges first-time managers face. Perhaps they struggle with delegating or communicating effectively with team members. Navigating these challenges are critical not only for their own success but their team's and their organization's.
Leadership development coaches and trainers are failing the people they are hired to serve. Will we continue to point the finger and play the blame game, or will we look ourselves in the mirror and realize our training methods are the real problem?
We typically think of mistakes as something we want to avoid as much as possible, but this mindset means we are missing out on a wealth of learning potential. We can harness mistakes made during training as a tool to enhance learning by providing feedback.
Is your strategic plan at risk of vanishing? Being able to bridge the gap between creating and executing a strategic plan requires recruiting and developing leaders who possess the right technical (business) and leadership skills.
Neuroscience brings to light what enables us to focus, to learn and to perform at our best, especially during times of change and uncertainty. Teaching people about their brains and how to get the best out of them is essential for 21st-century success.
In theory, diversity and inclusion should be simple: Create a culture that embraces differences and welcomes a diverse workforce that can thrive. However, diversity training is often ineffective due to oversimplification of the issue.
Many people think the way to increase their presence is to dominate conversations, but, when asked to name one quality all successful business leaders have, they eventually say, “They listen.” To increase your presence in meetings, try active...
For leaders, one task rises in importance above all others: They must address and resolve conflict. When it comes to resolving conflict, the natural response of fight or flight does not work. Leaders must master two skills: emotional intelligence and EPR.