leadership

Should Leaders Make their Health Public?

September 12, 2016   

Within minutes of Hilary Clinton’s near collapse at the 9/11 memorial service in Lower Manhattan, every news outlet and social media platform in the nation was abuzz. From firsthand accounts of her stumble to a street shot of her being helped into a waiting black van by secret service agents, Clinton’s stumble was being recorded, […]

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Who are Your Superbosses?

January 30, 2016   

Everyone knows what a good boss does – hits the goals and leads the team. But what do you call people who far surpass their goals and create the next set of leaders your company needs to reach a whole new level in its development? Leadership and Management expert Sydney Finkelstein of the Tuck School […]

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Women and Leadership

May 29, 2015   

A few articles back I wrote about Women in the Workforce: Recent Trends, mentioning how women are working for major corporations but they aren’t leading them, with women holding only 16% of the director positions and only 4.6% of CEO positions at Fortune 500 companies. These statistics beg the question: What can women do to […]

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Leadership Development: Keep it Happening ALL the Time

April 15, 2015   

Remember the concept of just in time? JIT originated as a production strategy popularized by Toyota to increase the return on investment by greatly reducing in-process inventory and all the costs that go along with it. Rather than having materials sitting around waiting to be used, companies got very specific and detailed around having materials […]

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Support Your Middle Managers

February 2, 2015   

Middle management is more often the butt of jokes than any other level within the organizational hierarchy. It’s a hard place to be for many reasons, but one that as many as 10.5 million American workers find themselves in at present. It’s worth remembering, however, that middle management represents a key time in the employee […]

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Manager or Leader: Where Do You Fall?

October 9, 2014   

The terms “manager” and “leader” often go hand-in-hand, but the reality is, in many ways these two terms couldn’t be more different from one another. Yes, both terms refer to someone who’s in charge of employees or an organization in some capacity, but that’s where the similarities often end. This doesn’t mean that one is […]

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