Despite financial pressures, some organizations remain committed to leadership training.Read More
More than half of all psychiatrists are 55 or older and nearing retirement age as fewer medical school graduates are showing an interest in psychiatry, according to a physician search firm.Read More
We want to start a college recruitment program this year. What should we consider before launching this initiative?
I hear a lot about managers being promoted without sufficient training. The theory is that people are pushed into management without first having the required skill sets. Anecdotally this might be true, but are there any empirical data that prove this approach is leading to a generation of underequipped managers?
—Skeptical in Services, Charlotte, North CarolinaRead More
Republicans and some fiscally conservative Democrats oppose the broader bill because it would add to the federal deficit.Read More
Our company has never had a formal training budget, but I’ve now been asked to develop one. I am collecting data on all the training we’d like to offer next year, per employee, but frankly don’t know if I am asking for too much training money or too little. How do I calculate an approximate training budget? And how much should we devote to leadership training?
When Michael O'Malley discusses the hive mind, he’s not speaking figuratively. A social psychologist, Yale University Press editor and longtime beekeeper, O'Malley applied his apiarian knowledge to management practices in The Wisdom of Bees: What the Hive Can Teach Business About Leadership, Efficiency, and Growth.Read More
Miami International is one of the nation's busiest airports. As part of a major expansion, all employees who work on airport grounds in 2010 are required to master customer service, even if they clean toilets or shine shoes.Read More
Nurtured by strong leadership, the 'invincibles' can pull organizations through turbulent times.Read More
By surveying management at companies performing at varying levels in a number of industries and crunching the numbers, researchers have developed a data-driven model for what constitutes good leadership and how to develop it.Read More