Are you experiencing prolonged harassment? It may be that you may have just encountered a bully, and for women, it can be similar to experiencing an adult “mean girl.” As the number of women in the workforce and in leadership has increased, stress in leadership roles has naturally affected women, as it does men, in […]
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Leverage is a reason that leaders use when choosing to work in collaboration as well as hire consultants, who have the skills of helping leaders see multiple perspectives. This is especially an asset when dealing with difficult, complex, even wicked problems. This quote rings true in our experience with change projects: “If knowledge is […]
Conversations are key to releasing potential in developing communities, both in business and socially. When conversation is controlled or squelched, the community loses traction to individual agendas and fragmentation. Excerpted material features Oshry’s classic work on Tops – ‘Elites’, Middles and Bottoms and Peter Block’s message of simplifying leadership and seeing it as a quality that exists in all human beings.
Power, pride, status. How about integrity? Status can be a distraction, an illusion. This post features a list of the signs of organization leadership that form spine and integrity, as I’ve observed over the years, with live links to the top leadership blogs up for