Leadership Trends and Ideas

If You’re Not Engaged, Then They’re Not Engaged

CEO of the management consulting firm, DecisionWise, Tracy Maylett recently wrote an article regarding the mindset managers need to have in order to keep their employees engaged.  He makes a crucial distinction between how engagement on the managerial level differs from engagement on the employee level. An employee’s level of engagement is dependent on their […]

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Measuring the ROI of training a leader vs. hiring into a leadership role

Corporate succession Guru and management consultant Darleen DeRosa recently wrote an article featured in Business 2 Community, exploring the ability to measure the ROI of leadership development. In an ever-changing economic environment, CEOs need hard facts in order to make decisions, DeRosa expresses her advocacy not only for the training programs, but also its cost […]

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A renewed mindset can unite leadership efforts

Entrepreneur, author, and consultant Glenn Llopis recently wrote an article published by Forbes, exploring a new leadership mindset as we enter into the New Year. He explains, a mindset shift requires a break away from old behaviors and habits, escaping your comfort zone to adopt a new mindset and ultimately regain your competitive advantage, impact, […]

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A new way of looking at work can have a dramatic impact for managers

Huffington Post recently published an article by Manijeh Motaghy entitled “Executive Burnout: Don’t Pick a Fight You Will Lose.” In the article, Motaghy illuminates the disconnect between exhausted executives and companies that believe that perks and incentives are all that is required to keep their employees focused and successful. In her experience as a mindfulness […]

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