As organizations flatten and the demand for connected leadership increases, presence must be generated from a source of power other than position.
Lightbulb moments are far less common than the mythology would have us believe, says author Steven Johnson.
Your presence has impact. It can contribute positively to the organization or ruin it altogether. How you “show up” determines which.
The next time you have a great idea, thank your ancestor who first took a mammoth’s tusk and carved out something the world had never seen before.
Many 20th century beliefs should be replaced with healthy, people-centric viewpoints. Here are some quotes to challenge the status quo of leadership.
For any downturn, there are upsides. John Baldoni, leadership expert, believes one such upside is resilience.
Rethinking – or perhaps we should say re-feeling – how we look at time is key to making the transition into the digital age. Here's why.
You know Socrates is on the payroll when you ask questions you want answers to, not questions aimed to produce answers you want to hear.
If you want to create change, you have to challenge your own deeply-held assumptions. But don’t forget common sense.
We can’t improve our marketing strategies without honest constructive criticism. While it's important to be kind, honesty is more helpful.