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What is Leadership Transparency?

What is Leadership Transparency?

Is it just another modern-day catchword? According to a survey by the American Psychological Association, a full 25% of employees do not trust their employer, and… Read More ›

Leadership Accountability: What is it?

Leadership Accountability: What is it?

According to Michael Hyatt, a New York Times best-selling author: “[accountability] means that you accept responsibility for the outcomes expected of you—both good and bad.  You… Read More ›

Goodbye Traditional Manager

Goodbye Traditional Manager

We all know that the traditional relationship between companies and its employees is changing. Nowadays, it’s not uncommon to find three generations working at the… Read More ›

Effective Leadership: Adaptive vs. Mechanical

Effective Leadership: Adaptive vs. Mechanical

Assessing what leadership style best suits your organization’s mission and goals is a daunting prospect. Or is it? Let’s start this discussion of mechanical leadership… Read More ›

Game Theory for Managers

Game Theory for Managers

According to Hagen Lindstädt and Jürgen Müller, both consultants for the McKinsey Company, “In times of uncertainty, game theory should come to the forefront as a strategic… Read More ›

Democracy at the Crossroads

Democracy at the Crossroads

We won’t discuss the popular versus Electoral College voting conundrum. Nor will we discuss the scary fact that so many people cast their vote for… Read More ›

The Silver Lining in an Ugly Political Season

The Silver Lining in an Ugly Political Season

(This editorial was written before the historic election on Nov 8th.) The rancor and division in this election year have left most citizens speechless and… Read More ›

Rolling the Dice…the Trump Presidency

Rolling the Dice…the Trump Presidency

Thank God it’s finally over…..or is it? We are all hearing the talking heads analyze what may come to pass with the Trump Presidency, but… Read More ›

Developing Leadership in the Digital Age

Developing Leadership in the Digital Age

In a recent article (Harvard Business Review, Oct. 10th 2016), authors Jesuthasan and Holmstrom  point out the growing “democratization” of work. Many of the new… Read More ›

Problem Solving is not a Zero Sum Game

Problem Solving is not a Zero Sum Game

“Are we forgetting the importance of actually solving problems?” Leadership is all about a vision and being able to articulate it in a way that… Read More ›