Archive for March, 2012

27
Mar

Professor Tsedal Neeley of the Harvard Business School recently blogged about important moments that global teams all need to have to develop the necessary cohesion and perform at the highest levels. Global teams face the challenge of having to operate with limited face-to-face contact and across vast distances, time zones, language backgrounds, and contexts, as […]

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24
Mar

I have been blessed by recommendations from my students at Wake Forest University, Meredith College, and Michigan State University.  In thinking more about thank-you notes, I realized that one of my recommendations reads more like a thank-you note than a recommendation.  (Here’s is my recent post about thank-you notes, which has been the most popular […]

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23
Mar

A recent article by Tara Parker-Hope in the New York Times discussed why women do more childcare than their husbands. On 16 out of 25 child-care tasks — like changing diapers, taking a child to the doctor or getting up in the middle of a night to attend to a child — women reported statistically […]

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15
Mar

Update 1-16-12: Goldman Sachs reviewing conflicts policies for M&A bankers according to the Wall Street Journal. Original Post 1-15-12: Occasionally, employees and former employees have the courage to speak the truth about what really takes place in their organizations.  The results are typically not pretty, but such honesty is essential to restoring trust and addressing […]

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8
Mar

Ron Riggio is one of the editors for our new book and is featured in this issue of Inc. He makes a great point about leadership not being a singular act, but being a shared process, one in which people come together to make change. When you look at leadership that way, you can see […]

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2
Mar

Our first book, Trust is Everything:  Become the Leader Others Will Follow is now available in Amazon Kindle format, and for only $6.99, a savings of 65% over the print version! If you haven’t read our book yet, you’ll want to buy it before our sequel. Becoming a Trustworthy Leader:  Psychology and Practice, is published by […]

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