Twice a year, my company, Conversica, is dedicated to posting both its Diversity & Inclusion
Chief Executive Officers act as mentors to the enterprise to speed people along their personal and corporate lifecycles. They may not develop silver-bullet theories, but they are experts in leadership because they practice it daily. And many of them have spent years honing their leadership styles, studying what works and what doesn’t, and then teaching others.
I believe in people first, and everthing else second. Some believe that market, technology, financial backing, and even luck play an equal or more important role compared to team when it comes to the success of the enterprise. I believe in only one thing….and that’s people.
Leadership is ultimately about creating a way for people to contribute to making something extraordinary happen….versus managing people to accomplish desired goals and objectives using available resources efficiently and effectively.
It’s February. Wow where did January go? As you reflect on the first month of
This is a reprint from the Conversica Blog, where I discuss diversity and equality within
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It was a week after the pandemic was acknowledged, and only 3 days away from
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I was catching up with one of the companies I advise from time to time
I came across this picture from a “corporate culture” article written by MIT Sloan Management
I was recently rereading one of my favorite Jim Collins’ books, Great by Choice, as
Level 5 leaders are fanatically driven, infected with an incurable need to produce results. They