Beata Staszkow — May 19, 2020 Covid-19 lockdown is still with us, and there can be no denying that the business and economic landscape is deteriorating. In the UK, around 10% of businesses have vanished, and this figure, once revised, will be higher. Richard Branson has appealed for government help for Virgin Atlantic one of … Continue reading Leadership in Lockdown: How Are You Handling It?
Paul Keijzer — May 15, 2020 While most of us are familiar with handling work pressure, not many of us who work under pressure have an impact on hundreds or thousands of others. However, if you’re a CEO, leader or a boss, what you do gets amplified, perused and maximized. When tackling the pressure of … Continue reading Leadership Under Pressure: 5 Strategies to Get Better Results During a Crisis
Blair Nicole Nastasi — May 15, 2020 When a crisis emerges, leaders often tell everyone around them not to panic. Unfortunately, this almost always has the opposite effect. If someone tells you not to panic, you immediately want to know what the problem is and why you should be panicking. What people are experiencing in … Continue reading 3 Leadership Challenges Arising From COVID-19 (And How to Overcome Them)
Paul Keijzer — May 8, 2020 As the pandemic deepens and the novel corona virus outbreak sends shocks through the global economy, business leaders are preparing for down-side scenarios and taking action to prevent their business from sinking. Yes, undoubtedly, the true leadership capacity of a person is tested during the times of crisis. And … Continue reading How to Successfully Lead in Times of Crisis
Shawn Overcast — May 2, 2020 When I woke this morning, I laid in bed for a moment realizing the quieter start of our days and thought through the agenda for the hours ahead. I took a moment to figure out what day it was, marveling at the perception of time. Days are flying by, … Continue reading Yin/Yang Leadership: Seeking Balance
Rick Goodman — April 8, 2020 The coronavirus is affecting many people around the world. It’s important as a leader for you to stay productive during the COVID19 outbreak and help your team to be productive also. Here is a list of 7 strategies that leaders can use to remain productive during this stressful time. … Continue reading 7 Strategies for Leaders to Stay Productive Even When Stressed
Steve DiGioia — April 2, 2020 The actions of leaders should focus on common-sense decisions. A good “business-sense”, extensive life experience, having a good judge of character, and the ability to see-through-the-fog towards the intended goal will help most people make the “right” call as needed – when needed. As I’ve mentioned before, I’d rather … Continue reading Every Great Leader Has an Experience Book. Do You?
Dominik Maximini — March 25, 2020 A couple of weeks ago we were happily following our daily routines. We grabbed our coffee mugs, slowly walked over to our teams and chatted with them. If there was a problem, people approached us (or we approached them), we hopped into a meeting room and solved the issue. … Continue reading Leadership in Times of Coronavirus
Guy Yehiav — January 29, 2020 I’ve spent the last 25 years selling software — first for others, and then as the head of my own company. In that time I’ve learned many lessons that helped me develop my own skills, and then develop the skills of people who worked for me. Here are my … Continue reading 3 Leadership Lessons Learned from Selling Software
JoAnn Corley — January 15, 2020 Does your leadership – your leadership brand – really matter to you? Are you the kind of leader that really cares about the needed results you were hired to achieve? If you answered yes, that means you have the desire and intent to be effective. Effective simply means successful … Continue reading Do You Really Care About Your Leadership Results?