Learning and development (L&D) initiatives are important to employees and vital for businesses. To support them, it’s important for an organization to have a learning culture. Discover four strategies leaders can use to build a learning culture.
Let’s face it: If it weren’t for change, people would care a lot less about leadership. Leaders usher the rest of us successfully through change. How do leaders turn the discomfort associated with transition into fresh momentum?
There are many reasons time seems to run away from us during work. If you assume the people interrupting you are trying to do their best, every question should be a teaching moment. Effective leaders use every interruption as a teaching moment.
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...
If your organization has competitive leaders, your company culture is likely to reflect that intensity. Who leaders are and how they behave is reflected and mirrored throughout the organization. This mirroring means leaders must be emotionally intelligent.
We found that leaders’ natural behavioral styles can influence which leadership approach they prefer to use, but that leaders with high adaptability and versatility adjust their approach when followers require a high degree of relationship support.