Category Archives: Leadership Lessons

Whoa! What are Today’s Most Common Leadership Mistakes?

Julie Winkle Giulioni — February 5, 2018 Follow @julie_wg — February 5, 2018 In today’s highly complex and fast-paced environment, leaders constantly navigate a wide margin of error. Given globalization, heightened competition, and ever-shrinking budgets and cycle times, the potential for leaders to make mistakes is great. Some leaders err by commission—actively undertaking acts that … Continue reading Whoa! What are Today’s Most Common Leadership Mistakes?

What Retail’s Renaissance Means for Executive Leaders

Ben DeBerry — January 29, 2018 — January 29, 2018 bosmanerwin / Pixabay Online and mobile technologies have fundamentally reshaped human behaviors, desires and preferences. It can be observed in our most primal activities (developing relationships and creating community) to our most mundane (daily commuting). Just a few years ago, none of us orchestrated transportation … Continue reading What Retail’s Renaissance Means for Executive Leaders

3 Cases Where Virtual Leadership Training Beats In-Person Training

Rick Lepsinger — December 13, 2017 Follow @onpoint_llc — December 13, 2017 EContti / Pixabay Is virtual leadership training superior to more traditional, in-person programs? It’s clear that more and more organizations are using virtual training programs for a variety of reasons, such as virtual training being more efficient, cost-effective, and scalable. These traits are … Continue reading 3 Cases Where Virtual Leadership Training Beats In-Person Training

18 Must-See Movies To Extract Leadership & Management Lessons From

Paul Keijzer — November 30, 2017 Follow @Paul_Keijzer — November 30, 2017 Derks24 / Pixabay Watching movies is a great way to unwind, relax and be entertained. Sometimes, however, movies can provide us learning opportunities, particularly in the area of leadership and management. Here are some of the movies I’ve watched over the years and … Continue reading 18 Must-See Movies To Extract Leadership & Management Lessons From

Strategy, Execution And the Role of Leadership

Craig Padoa — November 14, 2017 Follow @CraigPadoa — November 14, 2017 Free-Photos / Pixabay If you don’t yet subscribe to strategy+business by global management consulting firm Booz & Company, you are missing out on some impressive management and thought leadership pieces. Two articles that recently caught my attention are: The Thought Leader Interview: Cynthia … Continue reading Strategy, Execution And the Role of Leadership

Challenging Conversations: When Promising New Leaders Need Guidance

Diane Craig — November 8, 2017 Follow @CorporateClass — November 8, 2017   Shutterstock Summer 2017 Meet Karl, HR Director of Professional Development, and his firm’s fast-track program for high-potential team leaders. He seems to have a “sixth sense” about when these promising new leaders could use some guidance. Karl heard rumblings about Trevor, a … Continue reading Challenging Conversations: When Promising New Leaders Need Guidance

The Top 4 Characteristics to Look for in Strategic Leaders

Darleen DeRosa — October 17, 2017 Follow @onpoint_llc — October 17, 2017 Ensuring that management and other leadership positions are staffed with people who possess strategic leadership qualities can help teams produce better results more consistently. However, finding the right people to fill those leadership roles at all levels of your organization can prove challenging. … Continue reading The Top 4 Characteristics to Look for in Strategic Leaders