My guess is that GM’s silent communication system started with senior leaders becoming so pervasive that people understood these gestures as clearly as if they had heard them out loud.
Racism was as prevalent in European soccer stadiums as corner kicks and yellow cards several years before that.Read More
Has creativity disappeared from your workforce? The onus is on employers to help put workers’ imagination back to work.Read More
How do we recruit (or groom) “contagious” leaders — people who spread their skills and develop more leaders? I know it won’t be easy, but give me some idea how to go about establishing this type of leadership culture.
— Leadership Sickness, Oil and Mining, Alabama
Progressive companies have been rapidly redesigning the workplace, rooting out the cubicle farm and replacing them with open tables and shared work “pods.”Read More
Hans Roderwald led by example as he organized our weekly basketball games. His untimely passing came as quite a shock, but his memory will live on.Read More
The subtle way intent is communicated through behaviors like tone of voice, eye contact, facial expressions and body language, can diminish the productivity of others.
In part one, Pat Williams and I discussed the avuncular Walt Disney’s career and a number of other topics, including Williams’ recent battle with cancer.Read More
Author Sharon Salzberg opens the book on regretful emails and practicing mindfulness and meditation at work.Read More
It’s time to use new digital technologies to democratize talent management and embed it into the fabric of everyday business.Read More