Executives, and leaders at all levels, who are great innovators understand that conflict is a critical and necessary component of creativity.
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Understanding and maximizing Customer Lifetime Value (CLV) is the key to achieving profitable growth for your organization.
Leaders responsible for planning and implementing major change initiatives should take a lesson from the strategies used by Olympic divers.
Sometimes, being a 50-something senior leader in career transition can be challenging. Randy Hain offers practical advice for both job-seekers and hiring companies.
Does Your Leader Absorb Them or Make Them Worse?
It’s long been said that when it is darkest, the stars come out. Leaders today need the ability to be effective when there is stress—great deals of stress—in the system.
Is your Board about to pick the wrong CEO? Professor Nate Bennett and co-author Stephen Miles provide five reasons why the answer might be “yes.”
What do great leaders have in common? They never stop learning. For great leaders, development lasts a lifetime and draws upon surprising sources, far beyond their day-to-day worlds.
How the Career Ladder Became a Rock Wall, and What You Can Do About It
Seemingly overnight, the traditional career ladder has been transformed into a far more precarious rock climbing wall. Success, no matter how you define it, now requires you to develop a more creative and nimble career strategy—one that embraces continuous… more »
In the film A Beautiful Mind, Russell Crowe plays game theory pioneer John Nash. One scene from the film succinctly captures the essence of game theory and its implications for decision making. In the scene, Nash and his classmates are together in a bar when a group of five young women walk in—one blonde and… more »
Much has changed in the world of social networking. However, the best tool for connecting business people is still LinkedIn. So how do we make the best use of it?