Some of today’s most effective leaders are those who acknowledge that they don’t have all of the answers and are willing to hear the voices of others, particularly in an increasingly inclusion-needy workforce.
Disengaged workers are less likely to be productive, according to Gallup research. Here are three leadership trends that may be able to turn a dysfunctional workforce into a more profitable one.
Three important business trends that should shape the way business leaders move forward with their workforce strategy.
New hires just entering the workforce may become a solution for struggling companies. So you may want to give them your ear.
Small organizations can offer the flexibility and fast pace that GenY craves, as well as the opportunity to contribute their ideas, perspectives and energies in an environment where they’re more likely to be heard and valued.
The social media consuming workforce presents new challenges for old-school business leaders.
Being at the top, you have the responsibility to foster a workplace in which employees who are still climbing the success ladder can thrive.
While we must praise Sandberg for shattering the glass ceiling, we must also take a step back and evaluate whether her message is the right approach to give women equal opportunity for success in the workplace.
Real results will never be achieved simply by hiring diverse people.
Nurturing business relationships is really no different than nurturing personal relationships. We all want to be sought after, listened to and valued...