You could argue our culture has created an elitist mentality around creativity or placed a clear lack of emphasis on exploring, nurturing, and developing an individual’s creative side. Either way, somewhere along the line people start believing they aren’t meant to be creative.
Have you ever wondered what separates the good leaders from the great? It’s not raw, natural talent or innate skill. No, it’s something more impactful and difficult to master.
Making the jump from a good leader to a great one begins with a dedication to changing some basic habits.
After years of studying, practicing, applying, and writing about what the best leaders do, I am confident in a set of common tips that all leaders of teams should know. If followed, applied, and mastered, these 10 important tips will increase the probability of improving the performance of your team as a whole.
As you almost certainly know, the World Cup is currently taking place in Russia. It has attracted the largest audience of any sporting event in the world. These captivated spectators showcase their support in the most intense display of national pride. Entertainment factor aside, there are many valuable lessons to be learned as the most anticipated tournament is underway.
The thinking and policies regarding performance reviews have experienced a shift within organizations. HR researcher Josh Bersin estimated as many as 70 percent of multinational companies are moving away from the outdated annual review approach to performance management.
Professionals often assume that becoming a better leader requires adding new skills or habits to their arsenal. While this can help, I’ve also found removing or changing habits can be just as effective.
Everybody loves a top 50 list. It could be dog breeds, the best cities to live in, highest rated CEO’s or in this case the Top Companies to work for in 2018. I love LinkedIn’s annual list of the Top Companies in the US to Work For in 2018 because it’s based on actual actions of over 146 million US Professionals.