The Boston Consulting Group recently released a study on what they call, Talent Magnets – companies that rate themselves strongly on 20 leadership and talent management capabilities. The study found a strong correlation between exceptional leadership and talent management capabilities […]
Earlier this month Donald Trump and T-Mobile’s CEO John Legere, got into what was described as a slugfest on social media. It all began with Legere tweeting out a complaint about street musicians playing outside his room while he was […]
The National Hockey League playoffs are about to get underway and it’s a great time of the year for most all hockey fans. And already, a great leadership lesson has played out with two teams and their coaches. Daryl Sutter, […]
Imagine you are the CEO of a wildly profitable, century-old company that boasts more than 50,000 products and has a market value of more than $100 billion. Would you sit on those laurels or would you take chances on both […]
According to Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen CEO Cheryl Bachelder, the secret of being a great leader is learning to serve the people you lead, not just order them around. This is actually not a new idea in leadership.
If I’ve learned anything over the years, it’s that every leader has their own style. Some of us are loud, in-your-face leaders. Others take a lower key approach, preferring quiet and tactful manner to motivate the people we are leading. […]
Well it’s been an exciting week for all of us at Knightsbridge. We were acquired by Adecco and Lee Hecht Harrison, global leaders in talent acquisition, development and career transition. This is the second time that I have worked for […]
Everyone likes to be liked. It’s an important human need. And social media has taken this desire to new heights, as we all strive to be liked on Facebook or LinkedIn. It feels good when someone likes you. But I […]