Management & Leadership


Oh Brother, Where Art Thou Conflict Management?

Blog | Author: Aubrey K. Wiete, M.A. | Source: HCI | Published: 3 days ago

In great leaders, managing conflict begins as a preferred competency and quickly becomes an absolute necessity. As the pace of change continues to increase, diversity and inclusion strategies abound, and world politics affect business and policy, conflict too will grow. Professionals that can effectively navigate this inevitable tension and controversy will set themselves apart.

succession planning

10 Pitfalls to Avoid When Embarking on Succession Planning

Blog | Author: Amy Hirsh Robinson | Source: HCI | Published: February 9, 2017

Succession planning is a focused program of keeping talent in the pipeline for the evolving roles that matter most to companies for the future. With thoughtful dialogue and participation, succession planning can be one of the most effective tools for leadership development and business growth. When handled poorly, it can be a waste of time and other precious organizational resources.

alignment leader

Become an Alignment Leader: Position Your Organization to Win

Webcast | Presented By: Reed Deshler | Webcast Airs: February 28, 2017

Explore the role of alignment leaders and the benefits they can provide to your organization. Alignment leaders can help organizations better understand how choices affect their organization, build the capacity to sustain change, and transform stumbling blocks into strengths.

global leadership development

Three Steps to Building an Effective Global Leadership Development Program

Blog | Author: BPI Group | Source: HCI | Published: January 24, 2017

Global leadership competency is essential in today’s knowledge economy. The Harvard Business Review reports that the international trade of goods, services, finance, people, and data contributed 10% to the world’s GDP in 2014 – equal to $7.8 trillion. Increasingly, the product being exchanged across borders is data and information. Unlike physical goods, the trade of information requires a level of human interpretation to translate, analyze, and apply the data – making cultural competence and global perspective essential skills for today’s leaders.

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