Consultant Peter Drucker is credited with saying, "culture eats strategy for breakfast." If culture is so important to an organization's overall success, why is it often misunderstood? As Drucker suggests,
As a leader, you need to take time to focus on your employees's development and needs. Managers have to do many things to become the leader their teams deserve. But they’re often skipping the very practice
It immediately benefits your workers to perform at the highest level. Love him or hate him, Steve Jobs had an often polarizing effect on people with his commanding personality. Biographer Walter Isaacson,
It may be time to let your employees run the show. Step into the mindset of a company executive and you'll likely find refined decision-making skills, a passion and vision for growth, and strong communication
More than 1 in 4 employees have experienced discrimination due to their looks. Most often, it happened to women. Although the average company is more tolerant today than ever before, hidden prejudices
According to the conventional wisdom, if you want to succeed at work, you need to learn how to fit in culturally and play by the rules. The best strategy for success, the theory goes, is to downplay your
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Dr. Roger Covin, a clinical psychologist (and author of The Need to be Liked) refers to our need to be liked as "a fundamental human drive that most people are born with, and it is completely normal."
The Microsoft co-founder was spot on when he predicted what is now becoming the norm for happier employees. Recruiting talent over the next decade will prove to be a challenge for many traditional organizations
What creates passion, loyalty, drive, peak performance and even love for one’s organization? Motivation."> What creates passion, loyalty, drive, peak performance and even love for one’s organization?
Here's the 1 Eye-Opening Statistic About Millennials That Big Companies Are Finally Beginning to Notice
Hint: 35 percent. Millennials outnumber everyone else in America. On paper they should be the perfect consumers to help a robust economy well into the second half of the 21t century. But a new report that
The ability to express oneself strongly is not restricted to one gender, but women are more likely to be criticized for it– and the criticism is potentially couched in more negative terms. You're reading
Subpar assignments can set the company back. Here's how to give proper feedback that'll set the right expectations. You're a hard worker. You like things to be done on time, and done well. To you, it's