4 authentic ways to develop resilience when life gets hard
Leaders can build resilience by focusing on building confidence, getting out of their comfort zone and focusing on what matters to them.
The Gift of Influence, A Powerful Path to Lead: A Q&A with author Tommy Spaulding
This post is sponsored by Penguin Random House Every interaction one has is an opportunity to make a positive impact. If you knew that...
How to develop effective internal leadership pipelines
Old strategies for creating leadership pipelines must be reconsidered. Rashan Dixon offers three questions to consider.
4 questions leaders should ask about “quiet quitting”
Leaders should ask themselves four questions to reflect on strategies to stem the tide of "quiet quitting."
How emotional intelligence supports employee fulfillment
Leaders who hone their emotional intelligence skills are more likely to build trust and create a sense of fulfillment for employees. Greg Sloan provides a roadmap leaders can use.
3 big moments that can define your leadership career
The moments that define a leadership career are often not the big ones, but all the small, yet meaningful, decisions you make along the way, writes Art Petty.
Gamification: Before you play, know what experts say
Gamification can be a powerful learning tool for employees if it creates intrinsic motivation to keep playing instead of seeking a reward.
Soledad O’Brien challenges ICMA members to make a difference
Veteran journalist Soledad O'Brien recently challenged members of the International City/County Management Association to use their leadership to make a difference in the world.
How to make your work culture a magnet for top talent
Companies can build a work culture that attracts top talent by showing respect to employees and supporting them, says S. Chris Edmonds.
Presentation techniques for persuading the C-suite
Believing in your ideas and taking time to identify the "passion archetype" of each C-suite executive in your audience can help you craft a perfect presentation.
One simple switch to create powerful employee connection
Making the switch from learning about an employee to learning from them can be a powerful tool for creating employee connection.
4 egotistical behaviors that lead to poor leadership
Poor leadership is often the result of several factors including a lack of humility and blaming others for problems. LaRae Quy offers four strategies to ditch your ego and become a better leader.
3 characteristics of leaders with executive presence
Executive presence is a quality every leader should seek to cultivate. Joel Garfinkle offers three qualities leaders should seek to embody.
Humanizing human capital to make dollars and sense
Human capital is often a company's largest expense, which means it requires investment and measurement to ensure teams are performing at their best.
Creating an inclusive tech industry begins in childhood
The future of the tech industry will be more diverse as Verizon’s Innovative Learning education initiative builds the skills of younger students.
Want to be a better leader? Build your ethical muscle
Leaders can create an ethical culture by following these nine guidelines, including considering their own values and motivation first.
Build for Tomorrow to future-proof your career: A Q&A with author Jason Feifer
This post is sponsored by Penguin Random House What do the most successful people have in common? Entrepreneur magazine Editor in Chief Jason Feifer...
The catalyst behind highly effective development conversations
Leaders can improve development conversations with employees by focusing on three areas that build motivation and engagement.
How intersections can help you find business direction
Strategically identifying the intersections your business sits at can help leaders find the right direction and actions to pursue.
4 ways to help your team succeed without micromanaging
Leaders don't need to resort to micromanaging their team when they create a culture of accountability.