Management & Leadership


Leveraging Emotional Intelligence in Conflict Resolution

Blog | Author: Ed Hennessy | Source: HCI | Published: November 16, 2015

The ability to successfully navigate conflict is a critical skill in today’s fast paced world.  The constant change that most organizations are undergoing to stay relevant in their marketplace brings new and inventive ways of doing things, which collides with proven methods and concepts that have led organizations to their current level of success.  Adding to that we have emails, text messages, instant messages, tweets, posts, and others with the ability to be connected seemingly almost unlimited. Yet with that level of connection naturally come opportunities for miscommunication.  

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7 Tips for Coaching in a Hyper-connected World

Blog | Author: Saba | Source: HCI | Published: November 16, 2015

Now that streaming digital media has become so ingrained in the fabric of day-to-day life, so much so that we have added new words like “binge-watching” to the cultural lexicon, it’s hard to recall a time when it wasn’t a part of the way things work. Books are online now. DVD’s are obsolete. Even the playbooks used by NFL players and coaches have been replaced by tablets so the position coaches can swipe from play to play and review up-to-the-minute video of the opposition’s scheme and tendencies.

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White Paper

Leadership Development: CEOs’ Strategic Powerhouse

White Paper | Source: Korn Ferry Institute | Published: November 12, 2015
Effective leadership development is a CEO’s most underutilized tool to advance the execution of an ambitious strategic agenda. In this white paper, Korn Ferry experts argue that leadership development needs to be more than aligned with the ... Read more
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