Adam Bandelli

Adam C. Bandelli, Ph.D. is the Managing Director of Bandelli & Associates, a boutique consulting firm focusing on leadership advisory services and organizational effectiveness. He is the author of the book, WHAT EVERY LEADER NEEDS: The Ten Universal and Indisputable Competencies of Leadership Effectiveness. You can learn more about the book at For more information other leadership topics, visit the firm’s website at

Bridging The Generational Gap: Using Relational Intelligence To Unite Your Workforce

The five essential skills will help you attract, retain and engage talent spanning across the different generations—because we all want, more or less, the same things.

Retaining Your Top Talent: The Business Case for Relational Intelligence

Relationally intelligent leaders practice these five essential skills that lead to greater levels of employee engagement, job satisfaction and employee retention.

The Mindset And Methods Of The Best Servant Leaders

Relationally intelligent leaders practice these five essential skills that create greater levels of employee engagement, financial performance and job satisfaction.

Servant Leadership: 5 Relational Intelligence Skills You Need To Have

Employees may accept jobs and roles for the titles or financial incentives, but they remain loyal to organizations because of the relationships they build with their leaders.

Creating A Legacy That Matters

Your lasting value will be measured by succession, and how well your people do after your gone. Some guidelines for being both strategic and intentional.
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New Poll: CEOs Find Challenges In Using Customer Data To Drive Innovation

Ability to harness and sort through data for meaningful insights remains a hurdle, many say. “The key is...finding what is actually relevant.”


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Chief Executive’s June survey of 278 U.S. CEOs shows leading confidence indicator now at 5.5/10, the lowest reading in nearly a decade. Majority forecasts worsening conditions in the year ahead, though not a recession.