Fast Company takes a closer look at the “opt-out revolution” — the fact that women are making up the majority of graduation rates and are facing challenges when re-entering the workforce after taking leave to raise children, among other reasons.…
Thomas Jefferson’s understanding of the value of education and learning helped secure his legacy as an effective leader.
“Success is not the best teacher when it comes to creating change.” See how principals can successfully drive continuous improvement in individuals and organizations.
Recent research reveals that while civility does pay for the leader, it also appreciably benefits those who work with the leader.
Explore the new realm of neuroleadership – the application of neuroscience findings to the workplace, especially leadership development, management training, change management education, as well as consulting and coaching.
What do successful executive leadership and a successful golf game have in common? The grit factor.
Change management programs could benefit from adopting 12-step program techniques, including incentives, peer support, celebration of small wins, and a focus on the here and now.
Although organizational performance is paramount for most companies, one of the key inputs is little understood and routinely ignored: how team members actually spend their time. In fact, recent studies indicate that employees’ time is often unmanaged and uncontrolled.
Leadership can be considered a service that the leader’s subordinates, at any level, either “buy” or don’t. When a leader’s practices are perceived as valuable, the followers tend to “buy” the leadership, and performance improves as employees become more engaged and inspired.
Many studies have shown that “companies with more women involved in leadership outperform their sector in terms of return on equity, operating result and stock price growth.” So how can this so-called ‘glass ceiling’ be raised?