The Corporate Leadership Council found that less than a third of “high potential” individuals actually succeed. The rest derail. Derailment is an unexpected—and involuntary—stall on a leader’s career path. Are you at risk?READ MORE >>
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Feedback is an essential tool that leaders use to develop themselves. The use of 360° measures is a comprehensive way to discover what your colleagues, employees, customers, and clients think about your performance as a leader. Here are some tips for how to interpret your 360° feedback.READ MORE >>
With the beginning of each New Year, it’s critical to take time to reflect and make positive changes. Are you designing the life you want? Reflecting on these 10 questions will help you close the gap between who you are now and who you want to be in the future.READ MORE >>
Great leadership requires making wise decisions. Making a decision through the wrong process can get leaders in trouble. There is no “one best way” that works the same every time, but here’s a simple guide to help you decide how to decide.READ MORE >>
I recently had a conversation with a VP who had never received 360° feedback. It had been recommended a few times throughout his career, but he had “refused to have one done.”
360° feedback is a great opportunity to find out what your colleagues, employees, customers, and clients think about your leadership skills. Refusing a 360 isn’t going to change what they think. They’re thinking it anyway…you might as well know!READ MORE >>
Growing up, I was the “teacher’s pet” my fair share of times. So I know how it feels to be favored. I also know how it feels to have a supervisor dislike me.
Leadership researchers have found that leaders interact differently with each of their subordinates; they don’t treat them all the same. Research confirms that leaders place subordinates into the ‘in group’ or the ‘out group’ very early and on the basis of surprisingly little information.READ MORE >>