Values are defined as your organization’s beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors and the collective output of these culminate in your culture. A well-defined and executed organizational culture is a key building block of the workforce experience. It results in better talent attraction, higher retention, and engagement. Understand how to define, build, and sustain values and culture.
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This case study describes how Air Products created a three-tier blended leadership program that meets the needs of first-line managers, directors and executives.Read more
There's a wonderful scene in The Odyssey when Odysseus prepares himself to steer his ship and his men past the treacherous Sirens, creatures who sing a seductive song that can lead a person astray. It's a great moment in literature ...Read more
It may surprise you that your job as a leader is to make people uncomfortable. Why? Because people learn, develop, and progress in a zone of discomfort, not comfort. It is in the pursuit of challenges that are hard, scary, and uncomfortable that people discover their worth, and convert potential into actual skills.
Fewer than one in five people trust business or government leaders to tell the truth when confronted with a difficult issue, according to a yearly “trust barometer” survey by the giant public relations firm Edelman.Read more
Professor Clendenin focuses on the idea that in today's fast changing business world, it is critical that when it comes to talent, we need to "take what we get and make it what you want." It is the responsibility of ...Read more
Professor John Clendenin explains that it is the leader's responsibility to deploy talent correctly and compares talent management to the strategic game of chess. Professor Clendenin states that it is critical to know the ...
I took an interest in politics at a very young age. I proudly declared to my entire 6th grade class that I would in fact be the first woman President. (I also had an active imagination). Before that, in 5th grade, I can clearly remember the disappointment and sadness I felt when we learned about the Electoral College. It was like a bomb had just been dropped on my happy, childhood perspective on the US election system. “You mean, our votes really don’t mean anything?” I asked, absolutely horrified.
I’ve recently determined that working is kind of like hanging out in an ocean (bear with me here). It’s got its perks, no doubt – when the weather is nice, the sun is shining, and you want nothing more than to frolic around in saltwater sprays and waves, chilling with your coworkers, living the life. And then, on occasion, Mr. Sun hides himself behind clouds, the temperature drops, and the friendly waves become a lot faster and a lot more sinister. Suddenly, you’ve got to move.
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