Do you think that leaders are born or made? There is no wrong or right answer. What is most important is that a leader understands that he must grow. Why? Because leadership is a multidimensional discipline.
Co-authored by Jennifer Sabatini Fraone, Associate Director, Boston College Center for Work & Family We've been reading and hearing a lot lately ab...
Tools that give me the confidence that I know I need and the maturity I've developed in order to go after what I want without falling into the same mistakes I made in the past.
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A vital yet intangible element of all healthy and well-performing workplaces is the presence of good karma or, if you prefer, positive energy.
The JV game finishes; we win by a nose in a tense, hold your breath kind of ending. Then the varsity players take the court to warm up. During the ...
The research on mindfulness suggests that meditation sharpens skills like attention, memory, and emotional intelligence. I spoke with a number of executives about their experiences with meditation, and saw again and again how their observations about meditation in the workplace connected back to the findings of academic research.
Your greeting is an integral part of your customer service, as it allows you to connect with your customers and staff members. "Hello" is a perfect starting point because it is simple, friendly and asks nothing in return.
Building a personal brand depends on developing a relationship and trust with your followers. Defining what it is that makes you unique and being brave enough to show the real you.
People have learned that Davos is more than a Swiss resort, it's where the World Economic Forum (@WEF) hosts an annual conference of world leaders.
Do you sometimes doubt your abilities and worry that you are not good enough? Do you feel inadequate even though what you have achieved suggests otherwise? If so then you could well be suffering from Imposter Syndrome.
Humility, kindness, and accompaniment are all expressions of the higher purpose that serves as a kind of counter-imagination that prevents a corporate culture from only looking inside.
Leaders have a responsibility to move their organizations forward. But they also have an opportunity to inspire their team to greatness.
There's always that "next step" -- you know, that next thing you know you need to do to take your life or business to the next level. You think about it, you worry about it, and you wonder if it's really right.
They call them Unicorns -- privately held technology companies valued at one billion dollars or more based on a disruptive idea that might... or might not work. Who wouldn't want to be the Unicorn of their industry?
From my experience advising social entrepreneurs at every stage of their journey, I've learned three simple things changemakers like you can start doing right now to make managing people a responsibility that empowers, rather than a chore.