You’re working with an executive coach. How do you know if you’re making progress, and whether others notice positive gains? It’s important, and not complicated, to measure results of executive coaching. This case study illustrates how.
Do you know and ask yourself the number one leadership question. This question, and your answer, is so important that no other question is worth asking until you get this one right.
Companies are paying hidden costs, and a very high price, by maintaining important roles for senior executives who have been successful in days gone by. Instead of keeping them on as expensive deadwood employees, consider them as tribal elders who can add value in other ways.
Your company, and many others, invests millions on multi-year women’s leadership initiative, but there’s little if any return on the investment. Learn the recipe one company used to gain $6.5 million in new revenue from their women’s leadership initiative.
Much ado has been made of late about the gender based confidence gap. But we can turn to women leaders to learn about keeping leadership competence and confidence side by side.
Lessons from women leaders on maximizing the collective intelligence of teams to solve complex problems.
You’ve read 10 tips, 5 steps, and 4 actions of successful leaders. But do you know how and where to find the best kept secret ingredient of great leadership?
Leaders want to understand and tap into what motivates people, and as a consultant and coach I provide answers to these questions. Lately I’ve been wondering what motivates leaders to lead. So I asked. Here’s what they said.
There are three inspirational leadership types – the brilliant visionary, the victorious strategy genius, and the see-er of human potential. Which type are you?
Truism “Deprived of meaningful work men and women lose their reason for existence; they go stark, raving mad.” Dostoyevsky. We make much ado about employee engagement, but it trickles down, or not, from leadership engagement. How engaged are you as a leader. Find out by answering six simple questions.