Diversity committees, rather than giving people a seat at the table and promoting dialogue put folks at a separate one. To champion diversity it needs to be a strategic priority for those at the top.
We all have our unique pressure moments -- situation in which we have something at stake and the outcome is dependent on our performance -- but I think we would all agree that being stuck on Mars with a limited supply of food and water and help being 140 million miles away would be a pressure moment for all of us.
Whilst this topic might not be on the official agenda of the General Assembly, you only need to look at social media to see where the real support lies for the next world's top diplomat to be a woman.
I'd like to tell you that I was far too evolved and secure in my self-worth to compare myself against others; that, I'd long since stopped engaging in such futile acts of self-sabotage. Alas, I cannot.
What I have been searching for, and have not yet been able to discern is the ingredient that makes some corporate leaders turn their backs on the conventional wisdom (I would argue it is herd mentality not wisdom) and reject the on maximizing short term 'shareholder return.'
It's true that often those who are the most assertive in their own promotion and compensation get what they ask for. But their promotion doesn't necessarily make them more effective leaders.
Did you know that everything in your life is perfect, just the way it is, right now, without changing anything at all? WITHOUT DOING MORE, OR BETTER,...
To be clear, people want to follow a leader who is confident, strong and resolved. A healthy ego is, in fact, necessary for leading effectively. But there's a difference between a healthy ego and an oversized one.
After registering to attend a writer's conference, I began to see a thread of emails land in my inbox about the upcoming event.
If you are someone who is truly interested in creating a more open work culture and increasing engagement with your employees, try caring more.
I can't explain how much this hurts Tom Wood, England's number 7 after the Host nation crashed out of the Rugby World Cup on Saturday night. We ca...
Here are seven signs that your culture is deteriorating. A single symptom is a cause for concern. Alarms should sound if you see two or three. If you are experiencing most or all of these, take immediate action. You may be on borrowed time and not realize it.
I write a lot about culture and employee engagement. Much of it points to what organizations can do to engage and retain their employees. This article will focus more on how all employees can work to leave a positive legacy for others to follow, despite the environment.
Starting now, we need to get over ourselves. We need to know that, sometimes, looking bad is actually a good thing...because it means we're trying something new, we're stretching ourselves, we're taking on a new adventure.
As with any natural cycle what was once great must die to make way for the new; Pope Francis is reminding us that we don't need to cling to what no longer serves us, rather to look inside ourselves to the greatness that seeded our success at the outset.
Don't be afraid to delegate. Listen to your co-workers. Be open to dialogue but trust in your decisions. Know what you don't know. ...