Tags : Leadership

C-Suite Agility

THREE WAYS EXECUTIVES BUILD ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE By Sheila Armitage, Ph.D. & Janel Joseph We live in an age where leaders and employees alike are expected to be high performers, constantly connected to work and exceeding ever-increasing demands. However, a recent survey of employees in the Washington, D.C. area found that work-life balance is the most […]Read More

The Future of Leadership

EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT IN AN ERA OF CHANGE By Liz Alexander, Ph.D. This is the era when the student trend for couch surfing morphed into the peer-to-peer platform Airbnb, a company whose valuation now exceeds that of global chains like Hyatt and represents an ongoing threat to the hotel and hospitality industry. Consumers are taking control of […]Read More

Next Level Leadership

EIGHT WAYS TOP TEAMS BUILD RELATIONSHIPS By AJ Josefowitz, Ph.D. All organizations face the inherent tension between individual needs and organizational goals, and most address that tension by promoting effective interpersonal relationships between superiors and subordinates. This initiative can take many forms, from the performance appraisal process, to management training and development. But nothing has […]Read More

How Millennials are Changing Workplace Leadership

By Stephen Wright Millennials are now fully immersed in the workforce, and they bring with them new attitudes regarding corporate culture and methods of management. Typically, they focus less on hierarchy and are more interested in a collaborative, innovative atmosphere. This shift in ideology stems from many factors, including their education, parenting, and even a […]Read More

Developing Physician Leaders

HOW PHYSICIANS CAN LEARN TO LEAD THE RAPIDLY CHANGING HEALTH CARE INDUSTRY  By Jill Lewis A search for leadership books on Amazon offers over 86,000 results, and there are as many definitions of leadership as there are people who write about it. However, most experts would agree that leadership occurs in groups striving to achieve […]Read More

Who Runs the Corporate World?

CLOSING THE GENDER LEADERSHIP GAP IN CORPORATE AMERICA By Sara Brand Today women hold 85 percent of consumer purchasing power. This includes 91 percent of new home purchases, 89 percent of bank accounts and 93 percent of food choices. In U.S. the number of wealthy women is growing at twice the rate of the number […]Read More

How CEOs Can Spark Employee Creativity

Why Being Bad Can Be Good By Jing Zhou                                                         Organization leaders often overlook a crucial tool for success: the creativity of their own employees. Creative workers, by definition, build novel and useful products and methods. Their creativity plays an essential role in the success of their organizations, giving leaders new perspective and fashioning familiar products, […]Read More

What’s More Important?

PICKING THE RIGHT PONY OR SELECTING, ENABLING, AND GUIDING THE RIGHT JOCKEY? By Sal Mistry, Ph.D. In other words, is it more important for executives to choose the “right” business strategy or is it more important to focus on how to execute on the chosen strategy? The answer: both. The Problem Based on my academic […]Read More

A Refueling Revolution – Millennial CEO Frank Mycroft of Booster

By Dacia Rivers Photography by Shannon Drawe Millennial CEOs are arriving on the scene in greater numbers, and they’re shaking up the business world as they climb to the top. Business experts track the things Millennial employees value in the workplace, such as innovation, cutting-edge technology, flexible work schedules and a business purpose that inspires, […]Read More

Bridging the Generation Gap

MILLENNIAL CEO GEORGE WOMMACK OF PETRO WASTE ENVIRONMENTAL By Dacia Rivers Photography by Jonathan Garza Millennial CEOs are arriving on the scene in greater numbers, and they’re shaking up the business world as they climb to the top. Business experts track the things Millennial employees value in the workplace, such as innovation, cutting-edge technology, flexible […]Read More