Leadership Development

How We Can We Offer Greater And More Differentiated Value To Our Organizations

A new paradigm for providing the greatest value to our companies at a time when it's most needed, as the very nature of how we work has changed.

Beware The Narcissistic Leader

Those with this affliction tend to be charismatic and confident, but, left unchecked, they often steer their companies into the abyss. Watch for these symptoms.

Diversity: A Must-Have, In Good Times and Bad

Diverse teams are critical to the problem-solving process, which makes them invaluable when a crisis like the pandemic hits.
Marillyn Hewson

Marillyn A. Hewson, 2018 CEO of The Year, Steps Aside at Lockheed Martin

Defense giant Lockheed Martin announced this morning that Marillyn A. Hewson, its longtime CEO, would turn over the top job to board member and...

Hiring An Executive Coach? Be Aware Of These Five Risks

One of the biggest problems for the coaching "industry" is that there are no barriers to entry—anybody can hang out a shingle. The lesson? Proceed with caution.
WeWork's Adam Neumann

Building A Better CEO B.S. Detector: The 4 Sure Signs Of Doom

Investors in WeWork should sing the Beatles 1964 lament, “I Should’ve Know Better.” The company’s IPO plan floundered when its $47 billion valuation plummeted...

Secrets Of The Strategic CHRO: A Model For Success

Editor's Note: Omar Ishrak is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Medtronic, the world's leading medical technology company, with $30 billion in annual revenue...

The Real Reason You’re Losing Your Top Talent

The absence of personalized incentivization is leading talented employees to leave companies in droves. "People first" can't be an empty mantra—you need to give it teeth.

Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes: Navigating Late Transitions of “Executive Seasons”

The transitional leader phase is the most critical to long-term company sustainability, as executives must work toward building confidence in incoming leaders and ensuring a smooth transition of leadership.

Leadership Behaviors That Are Damaging Companies

When leaders do not practice what they preach, they destroy the morale, loyalty, and engagement throughout the organization. There are various behaviors that can lead to destruction within your company.
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CEO CONFIDENCE INDEX

CEO Optimism Drops In November Amid Election Results And Covid Spike

A new poll of more than 200 chief executives finds deep concern over the incoming Biden administration—and the dangerous direction of the pandemic.