Building and Leading Teams

An HCI Topic

Your employees can demonstrate leadership in any role. Today’s workforce is filled with teams that must perform efficiently together, and team members are often located across multiple regions. Learn how to identify employees that will contribute to a high-performing team, recognize what communication techniques support knowledge sharing and collaboration, and discover ways to encourage employees to step into leadership roles within the team dynamic.

Featured in Building and Leading Teams:

Podcast

HCIPodcast: The Evolving Role of the Manager

Podcast | Published: February 11, 2015
Most business leaders would agree that managers of people at all levels are essential to building an engaged, high-performing workforce. Unfortunately, the average manager often lacks the training, support, and/or ability necessary to become an ... Read more
White Paper

Through the Looking Glass: How Relationships Shape Managerial Careers

White Paper | Author: Regina Eckert, Marian Ruderman, Bill Gentry, and Sarah Stawiski | Source: Center for Creative Leadership | Published: February 5, 2015
Every one of us is surrounded by, and dependent on, other human beings—at work, at home, in daily life. Some of these people we choose to be with, while for some others, we have to accept their presence. All of ... Read more
White Paper

How to Be the Boss without Being the B-word (Bossy)

White Paper | Author: Cathleen Clerkin, Christine A. Crumbacher, Julia Fernando, and William A. (Bill) Gentry | Source: Center for Creative Leadership | Published: February 5, 2015
New research from the Center for Creative Leadership shows that just because you are the boss,  doesn’t mean it’s ok to be bossy. Leaders from a survey panel of 201 leaders from the United States shared their experiences ... Read more
Blog

The 5 Biggest Keys to Leading Innovation

Blog | Author: David Magellan Horth and Jonathan Vehar | Source: HCI | Published: January 16, 2015

A recent global survey by the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®) found that 94 percent of executives believe that innovation is a key driver of organizational success. And yet, just 14 percent of those respondents have confidence in their organization’s ability to drive innovation effectively.

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