Culture and inclusion.
Croft Edwards makes his long-awaited return to blogging to further explain what ‘flow’ is in the leadership context.
Ted Coine explains his recent career transition.
We often come at these discussions from a place that the execution-level of a company (rank and files and middle managers) can’t see.
Managerial ‘skills’ used to be defined around hitting targets on long-range deliverables and projects. Increasingly, it’s about getting a team together, tackling something for six weeks, and moving onto the next thing. How is that changing the ways we work?
What professional targets are you looking to hit?
Most freelancers don’t love LinkedIn as they build a small business — it takes too long to get responses and it’s hard to ‘bid’ or ‘price’ gig work. But … LinkedIn is about to change all that.
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Not every team is all forward-thinking superstars. But you know what? You’ll be fine and can still achieve goals — and do so without trying to run everyone out the door on a Performance Improvement Plan, either.
You’re going to yelp “Education!” first, but that’s not entirely true.
SERIES: 2016 is the tenth anniversary of Bill Jensen’s seminal book, What Is Your Life’s Work?, composed of legacy letters — letters from leaders and managers to their loved ones. Each letter describes a life’s work legacy they wish to leave behind. Each letter is published and attributed as it was ten years ago, with […]