When you draw your circle wide, be sure that you advocate for the people in your big circle. Here are a few circumstances when you can use your power for good.
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Five things that separate good leaders from bad leaders.
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Advocating is such a pain to do. It makes us feel super-awkward. But it’s so important to be good at it.
Consider carving out three things that you can focus on in 2017 to improve your leadership capacity.
Once you have determined the new cultural norms you hope to achieve, ask yourself these three simple questions.
I have a way that we working professionals can watch these shows while gaining valuable lessons from our holiday heroes. My favorite, Rudolph, the beloved reindeer of Santa, has some leadership lessons for us all.
Building a strong brand can help an agency stand out in a competitive environment, one where employers are vying for employees with similar skills. Agencies should be leading the conversations about their workplaces and shaping how others identify them.
The verdict is in. We are living in an age of disruption; an information revolution, which most economists agree is as profound and disruptive as the agricultural and industrial revolutions. In his new book Thank you for Being Late Thomas Friedman refers to this as an “age of accelerations” in which markets, Mother Nature, and technology are… Read more »
I have become obsessed with the modern monarchy – Queen Elizabeth II specifically – and more recently, with Winston Churchill. Both are viewed as iconic figures of history that have faced challenges with courage, vigor and a love of country. But what about their leadership styles?