Learn how an understanding of the science of behavior provides leaders with the tools they need to align their impact with their intent and in turn positively impact the behavior of those around them.
Examine how training for leaders must go beyond coaching skills and incorporate tools and techniques for measuring the impact of coaching activities.
Today’s leaders are faced with increased pressures, competing demands, and delivering results in a complex and rapidly changing environment - often with fewer resources and less time than is needed. Throw a major change project into the mix, and it can put a serious strain on a leader’s ability to effectively make it all happen. On top of that, all change involves people - and dealing with people is inherently messy. From resistance, to politics, to lack of clarity, alignment, and miscommunication, dealing with the people side of change while implementing new processes and technology is enough to challenge even the most seasoned leaders and their teams.
We live in a time where everyone is visible more than ever before -- now we can even see how far our reach extends with profile views, shares, tweets, and “likes.” In a world where every failure, frustration, and triumph is publicly recognized online, an unexpected yet poignant result is that conversely, many of us feel less “seen,” both in the workplace, and at home. Recognition is inspiring and if we had more of it, we’d probably work harder with our families and friends as well.
Explore the three core elements of a "Connection Culture", how different cultures affect the human body, and how this can boost employee engagement and produce sustained high performance.
In part one of our Lead to Win series, we discussed how leaders often unknowingly make the shift from playing to win, to playing not to lose. Typically, four important aspects of successful leadership are impacted: innovation, change, communication and sustainability. Last time we discussed how a scarcity mentality stunts authentic innovation, and essentially cripples an organization over time. Today, we will focus on how playing not to lose affects change.
Discover how to design employee experiences that focus on three environments: physical, cultural, and technological, in order to create an organization where people want to work.
We live in a changing world, and an increasingly global business landscape. Technology has utterly transformed the way we conduct business. There was a time when conferences and another types of events were impossible to conduct except in person. With the growth of the internet, however, it is more common to do business with associates and organizational members who are geographically dispersed. Events can now take place in a virtual venue.
Over the past 30 years, we have seen the continued globalization of organizations and teams. In the 1980’s it was expats leaving North America and Europe to work in Africa and Asia. Today we are just as likely to see Jap-anese, Colombian ...Read more
How does a 128-year-old company attract young talent in a time-tested industry like healthcare? Abbott is a rare example of a company in a traditional industry that continually invests in creating relevant, engaging culture. At a time when many are stuck debating “Why do we need to change?” or “Why bend to Millennial demands?”, Abbott focuses its energy on moving forward and evolving for today and tomorrow’s world.