Culture

Why Leaders Should Cultivate Employee Groups To Foster Inclusion And High Performance

ERGs can serve as informal focus groups, helping to surface issues that might otherwise go unnoticed and which can even strengthen not only your culture but also your products and services.

Leading Teams In A Post-Covid World: Accountability, Devil’s Advocates And Avoiding Mediocrity

No one, not even the CEO, can make the majority of decisions that affect an organization’s performance. You need strong, well-led teams to make good choices and generate results. Five ways to do that.

Two Culture Killers and Three Ways To Create A Culture Of Growth

Imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, but if you're setting up gamerooms and in-office massages to copy another company's culture, that could be your downfall.

A Realistic Version Of A ‘Culture Of Abundance’

How one CEO cultivates a "culture of enough" to decrease internal competition and boost win-win, cooperative thinking and behavior.

Arrow COO Sean Kerins: ‘The Further You Go, The Less You Know.’

In this edition of our Corporate Competitor Podcast, COO of Arrow Electronics, Sean Kerins, sat down with longtime Sports Illustrated Associate Editor Don Yaeger to discuss how sports shaped his journey.

Can Leaders Embrace Diversity Beyond The Numbers?

In our time of heightened racial division, we need leaders who can trailblaze new paths and cultivate environments that emphasize our similarities rather than our differences.

The Power Of Ten: Three Conversations To Improve Communication And Engagement

It takes courage and humility for a leader to ignore an attraction and addiction to hierarchical authority. Some best practices to avoid the pitfalls of power and improve internal communication.

Management Lessons From The Only Ship Built To Sink 

Onboard a submarine, crewmembers must reach a delicate equilibrium of individual vs. team—and too much weight on either side can spell disaster.

Heroizing CEOs Exacerbates Gender Divide

When we stop perpetuating leadership values based on a male-dominated culture, we create space for new models of leadership that are better for women—and better for the bottom line.

I Had It All Wrong—Until I Learned To Trust

Self-reliance is an occupational hazard for corporate leaders. But if we don't learn to trust others to do the job right, we become the bottlenecks holding our companies back.
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Chief Executive’s latest poll of U.S. CEOs finds that across sectors, sizes and states, unresolved supply chain issues, increasing raw material and labor costs, and looming tax increases are inhibiting CEO enthusiasm.