It’s not enough to ask if people are OK. Managers need to want to know if they are OK. They need to care. They need to connect.
IESE Business School has launched a new Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Management Initiative, a multidisciplinary project that will look at how artificial intelligence is impacting management, and prepare executives to put Al to use.
It is becoming difficult to ignore that the most significant factor impacting people’s happiness and performance at work is their manager. However well paid the role, if a manager’s people skills are lacking, employees are more likely to feel...
15Five, provider of people management software, announced a new educational component to its key business offerings, the Best-Self Academy. Backed by scientific research, the platform provides managers with training materials to build skills.
Dr. Tim Rahschulte, CEO of the Professional Development Academy, has identified a growing and persistent problem in today’s corporate reality – a lack of adequate leadership training for frontline managers.
What separates a Machiavellian approach from a genuine desire to manage with less “in-your-face” control and direction is the genuine desire to foster others’ self-motivation and ability to lead. You can be lead from behind without even knowing it.