Research shows that talking about failure makes for happier, more productive workers.
The ability to read, understand and respond to emotions in ourselves and others is crucial in predicting our health, happiness and success.
And how to gain more of it if you do – because you’re not gonna figure it out on your own.
Be honest, cancel early and suggest alternatives. Know how to RSVP “no” in a way that doesn’t hurt – and may even help – your personal and professional relationships.
Here’s the very-expensive problem. According to DDI’s Global Leadership Forecast, organizations worldwide spend $50 billion per year on professional development, but only 37% of leaders describe their development programs as “effective.” Ouch.
Community banks are facing leadership challenges like never before. They need to hire smart people to fill gaps in ranks, inspire a multigenerational workforce and use technology to attract future workers. With open minds, good teamwork and access to outside resources, the best community banks are overcoming these challenges.
Giving yourself permission to walk away from your company can be difficult. But if you can’t do it for yourself, do it for your staff: When you take vacation time, you’re setting a good example.
Helping up-and-coming leaders to understand that perceptions impact their success (and the company’s success) just as much as reaching their production quotas or sales goals, current leaders can give these high potentials the tools they need to recapture their career momentum.
While we may be able to think of people who don’t recognize the impact of their own personality quirks, professional blind spots are much harder to pinpoint. Overdoing our own strengths is a seductive blind spot that can sabotage even the most promising careers. So how can we avoid this trap, allowing one of our
American companies are facing a major leadership crisis. More than 10,000 baby boomers are retiring every day, and when talented senior leaders head for the door, they take decades of valuable experience with them. Sara shares strategies for how companies can start today to confront the impending leadership crisis.
You can do everything right for your career—network, take on extra projects, work overtime, etc.—yet still find yourself veering off track because of professional blind spots: little behaviors, attitudes and ways of communicating (verbally and otherwise) that are holding you back or causing full-on setbacks in the workplace.
Countless studies have documented the significant career benefits of collecting feedback from colleagues about our business performance and approaches. The concept is not new, and the value is real. Yes, the feedback process requires some effort. And it can feel awkward at first. However, the career benefits of gathering specific, meaningful and ongoing feedback far outweigh the challenges.
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