The brain treats many social threats and rewards with the same intensity as physical threats and rewards. By understanding the science behind our reactions, today’s leaders can better navigate their social experiences in the workplace.
The best leadership isn’t in proving you’re the smartest one in the room. Instead, be curious, name the real issues, and guide others to identify the common problems. Then commit to solving them together.
What makes a great CEO? Determining who will make the best leader among your final candidates requires answering complex questions about what your organization truly needs right now, and avoiding the temptation to let personal biases influence the decision.
Every day has the potential to be an All-Star Game for leaders in organizations. At any point in time you have a team of players – some you have inherited and some you have chosen.
Imagine that you had the best team ever. A team aligned around purpose, goals, roles and norms. A team with the right talent, who work collaboratively and cohesively, trusting one another. Now imagine where you could go with that team.