Few people have had as much influence over the current thinking on the intersection of technology and talent as Laszlo Bock, who led “people operations” at Google for a decade.
There’s truth and there’s advice. One of the most valuable skills you can learn as an entrepreneur is to differentiate between the two.
Many leaders put more energy into telling and convincing when they should be listening and learning.
Leadership in the coming years will not be about sweating the small stuff. It will be about handling the crises, disruptive factors, or tipping points that will define your legacy.
Tech advancements, competition, regulations and globalization are accelerating the rate of change and placing enormous demands on business to be more agile and responsive to new market forces. Here's what companies are doing to adapt.
There are two types of CEOs: heroes and guides. So which is better? The short answer is: it depends.
Leaders have to be able to continually adapt the roles they play whether maintaining productivity, inspiring colleagues to adjust to new realities or seeking out new resources.
Sexual harassment is one of the most significant risks to your organization, and prevention is everyone’s business.
Resumes can never replace self-knowledge and the ability to communicate one’s strengths and weaknesses.
This article focuses on how CEOs ensure that employees and organizational leaders are developed to meet the demands of a dynamic environment.