The Apologetic Leader

Is it a sign of weakness when a leader apologizes? It’s a question that’s come up quite a bit lately in conversations I’ve had with managers. Certainly enough has happened in all business sizes since 2008 that would warrant a thoughtful consideration to the question. In my conversations with managers, the question is met with […] Read moreRead More»

12 Most Necessary Shifts in Your Leadership Thinking

The dominant way leaders and employees work together is outdated, divisive. It alienates employees and managers from one another. The familiar way is that employees accept a paycheck in exchange for work. Keep personal interests outside of work. Stay within your defined box. Imbued in this relationship is a command-and-control hierarchy. Charlene Li’s work has […] Read moreRead More»

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