No matter your age, your role, your position, your title, your profession, or your status, Peter Bregman argues that to get your most important work done, you have to have hard conversations, create accountability, and inspire action.
He identifies four essential elements that all great leaders rely on to rally people to accomplish what’s important to them.
Harvard Business Review, 13 July 2018See More
Companies today face adaptive challenges. Changes in societies, markets, customers, competition, and technology around the globe are forcing organizations to clarify their values, develop new strategies, and learn new ways of operating. Adaptive problems are often systemic problems with no ready answers.
Harvard Business Review, December 2001See More
A well developed ethical framework encompasses both the professional and personal. Knowing what you stand for and what you will allow is vital. For leaders taking strong stances on issues such as sexual misconduct in the workplace there could be the extra benefit of contributing to more ethical corporate culture in general, as suggested by a 2019 study which showed a link between marital infidelity and professional misconduct.
Science Daily, 30 July 2019See More
Successful leaders today and in the decades to come must possess triple-threat leadership capability: IQ+EQ+DQ. In other words, they must possess a combination of two familiar attributes — intellect and emotional intelligence — and one that I believe must be recognized and elevated: decency.” Bill Boulding Dean of Duke University – The Fuqua School of Business
Harvard Business Review, 16 July 2019See More