The shift to leadership doesn’t happen like an inchworm that spins a cocoon, undergoes some metamorphosis, and emerges one day as a newly winged leader. It’s much subtler than that. Leadership happens in the nuanced shifts that occur first in the leader’s mind.
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We’re “all in” when it comes to advances in measurement methodology and reporting. The key, as with any evolving discipline, is not forgetting why we measure in the first place – or what to do with what we get.
Aligning individual aspirations with the constant pressure of organizational expectations can be a daunting task. For many managers, it can feel like two jobs in one. However, the three simple steps we review can go a long way to demystifying the process and creating a more engaging and productive team culture.
Executive presence is likely to remain on the top of the list of desirable leadership traits. Hold onto the leaders who have it—they can be hard to find. Work with your leaders to cultivate the skills that can improve it.
Drawing on in-depth research of hundreds of successful innovators soon to be released in his next book, Change the World without Quitting your Job, Kaihan Krippendorff outlines the seven key steps to unlock the value of your employees’ ideas, drive innovation inside your organization, and make sure the next “great idea” doesn’t go unnoticed.
By recognizing where your organization blocks the path of internal innovation along this IN-OVATE path, you will be able to unlock a flow of value-generating ideas.
Havas Health & You partnered with BlessingWhite to establish a comprehensive leadership development program to enhance leadership skills and encourage leaders to pay forward what they learned to support future executives.
During this webinar, speaker Mark Smith, author of Distinctions: 52 Lessons in Leadership, will share stories from his experiences working with successful leaders from across the globe and provide practical tips on how to ensure greater focus on the things that matter.
By embracing the multi-generational reality of your workplace and preparing your leaders appropriately, you will not only produce higher engagement and performance, but you will also begin to attract the best of all age groups.