In 2008, Google sought to answer a common question that many companies ask: What makes a great manager? Its leaders not only wanted to hire great people but also develop great managers.
Understanding our personal lens on how organizations work (our organization mindset) and adjusting our thinking will change our behavioral approach so we can become more effective in leading for high performance in our organizations and teams.
It’s unusual to find an executive today who isn’t aware of the benefits of engaged employees. But despite its being a priority for nearly every leader, engagement gains overall have been minimal. Many leaders are wondering what they are missing.
Do you keep problems to yourself for fear of being seen as rude, negative or mean? You’re not alone. In a recent survey by Fierce Inc., eight of 10 full-time workers in the U.S. said they don’t speak up about issues because of a desire to seem...
Acknowledging that you cannot climb into someone else’s brain, that people tend to resist obvious attempts at making them accountable, and that some of this process is going to have to be sneaky, here are techniques to create accountability in your team.
Fellow.app, the company by the serial entrepreneurs who founded Fluidware (acquired by SurveyMonkey), announced $6.5 million in seed capital and Shopify as its first customer.
M. Tamra Chandler, founder of the thriving consultancy PeopleFirm, and co-author Laura Dowling Grealish tell us we can take the sting out of feedback and make it what it should be: a positive and healthy experience for the Extender, Receiver, and Seeker.