Fifty years have passed since the publication of The Peter Principle, but its rule still applies today. “In time, every post tends to be occupied by an employee who is incompetent to carry out its duties,”
Data Research Shows Leadership In A Digital Age Is Fundamentally Different Than Our Heroic Predecessors, But Why?
Leadership in a digital-first age is fundamentally different than ever before. Successful leaders now bear little to no resemblance to their heroic predecessors. There probably cannot be a more definitive
Last month, a Tesla employee criticized the company in a Medium post, spurring a public exchange between the employee and Elon Musk, Tesla’s CEO. In November, an IBM employee resigned by posting an open
Six years have now passed since the publication of Sheryl Sandberg's "Lean In" book, and everyone is now familiar with her main argument: If women aspire to gender equality in the workplace, they ought
As a manager, you want to do right by your employees and support them through intense work periods so they don’t get burned out. But this can be a challenge when you’re feeling overly stressed yourself.
Many managers want to be more inclusive. They recognize the value of inclusion and diversity and believe it’s the right thing to aspire to. But they don’t know how to get there. For the most part, managers