Setting individual and team goals that are tied to strategic organizational initiatives can help you create team alignment.
Organizational culture should be a central focus of any transition plan. It is even more critical to consider culture as an organization embarks on a merger or acquisition.
Leaders are working through massive changes without a playbook, and with considerable change comes leadership fatigue. How can you survive and continue to lead effectively through all these changes? Here are a few actionable tips to acknowledge and handle the fatigue going forward.
A significant challenge for executives is understanding how to lead through disruption while ensuring the long-term success of the business. Having clear focus, making strategic decisions, and supporting your team will help you better balance your short-term needs with your long-term strategy.
You cannot use the same meeting standards and best practices you used in the office for your virtual meetings and expect to be as productive. CPED instructor Susan Finerty shared her framework to help you have more productive virtual meetings in a recent webinar.
A leader’s ability to successfully flex between leadership styles is rooted in emotional intelligence. When you understand the connection between emotional intelligence and contextual leadership, you can pause in the moment to evaluate which leadership style is needed to reframe the situation and find the best solution.
To help you better understand the Ladder of Inference and how it impacts your leadership style, we create this 10-minute webinar.
When leaders lead by crisis management, often a root cause is a lack of introspection – an absence of personal and strategic think time. This includes time to think about the future, time to plan, and time to consider what is most important. One way that executives can explore this phenomenon is by reviewing their calendar. When do they think? Do they have time, their most precious commodity, blocked on their calendar for introspection?
To be an effective manager, you need to facilitate six basic conversations that matter most to your employees and, as it turns out, your organization. Author and CPED instructor Steve King shares a framework that will help you have more effective conversations with your employees.
Competition for the right talent is fierce. Savvy organizational leaders know that having the right culture can be that game changer.