Great leaders understand when not to criticize. They know to focus on creating positive outcomes, rather than fixating on what's wrong. Here's how!
Leaders help their people grow through feedback. But how do you deliver it without triggering defensiveness?Learn these 7 steps to give feedback the right way:
Is there someone on your team who complains constantly? Do you catch yourself venting just for the sake of venting?Here's how to encourage healthy problem-solving behaviors:
Sometimes being an effective leader means knowing when NOT to share feedback with your team!Learn the 6 situations when it's useful to hold back on giving feedback in this 3-minute video:
If you're willing to resolve conflict, you already have the mindset of a great leader! But what about the skillset to match?Learn these 5 steps to address conflict more effectively:
What’s the difference between sharing an emotion and venting? How do you help others process their emotions in both situations?Watch now to learn how you can encourage healthy problem solving!
Great leaders move the team forward—even when they’re not in charge!6 ways to step up when the team needs better direction:
Curious about co-working spaces? The CEO Magazine recently examined the "meteoric rise" of these new working environments, "where innovation is flourishing and competitors often sit side-by-side, changing long-held business beliefs about how to get ahead."
Do you enjoy podcasts? How about learning about emotional intelligence? Then check out Creating the Ideal Organization, a new podcast from the University of Pennsylvania.
What do the Eiffel Tower, Claude Monet and executive growth have in common? The simple, surface answer is Paris.