INSIGHTS (on leadership/self-leadership) People remember how you act in adversity – for good or bad (it reveals your true character). In fact, there may be no more lasting, … [Read more...]
The Yankees and Nationals Fired Their ‘Winning’ Managers. Here Are 7 Signs You Should Do the Same
Baseball managers Joe Girardi and Dusty Baker got fired despite being winners. If your good manager simply isn't good enough, should you do the same?
Something curious has happened in baseball. The Washington Nationals fired manager Dusty Baker; the New York Yankees followed suit with manager Joe Girardi. Big deal. In … [Read more...]
The Hot Accessory for Executives Isn’t a Mercedes-It’s a Millennial. 11 Reasons They’re Great Mentors
Those born from 1982 onward are hot commodities for executives born much, much earlier. Here's why reverse mentoring is hot.
The world of mentorship poses many questions. Like how do you find the right mentor? Or how can you be an outstanding mentor? Or even how can you be the kind of mentee that … [Read more...]
Passing of Ex-Pepsi CEO Thrusts Work-Life Debate Into the Limelight Again
The passing of Brenda Barnes, a CEO who sparked a national debate on work-life balance, opens up said topic once again
The passing of Brenda Barnes, a CEO who sparked a national debate on work-life balance, opens up said topic once again: Brenda Barnes unintentionally sparked a national debate … [Read more...]
What Leaders Can Learn From Countries With the Smartest Students in the World
The results from a global "smartness" test are in. Here's what leaders can learn from countries that are producing the best-thinking students.
The results from a global "smartness" test are in. Here's what leaders can learn from countries that are producing the best-thinking students. Every three years, a … [Read more...]