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What Every CEO Should Know About Building a Team

HOW TEAM BUILDING GAMES CAN LEAD TO EMPLOYEE EMPOWERMENT By Chad Michael The best way for CEOs to begin improving productivity, efficiency, and morale in the workplace is to learn exactly how their teams work together. What are they particularly skilled at? And where could they improve? Only after understanding these team dynamics can a […]Read More

Managing Conflict

FIVE TIPS FOR TEAMS AND ORGANIZATIONS By Sal Mistry, PhD According to the late expert Richard Hackman, only 25 percent of teams utilize effective processes such as coordination and communication, and nearly 60 to 70 percent fail to achieve their objectives in any given project or situation. The culprit? Team members consistently point to internal […]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

Developing the Team

FIVE WAYS TO GROW YOUR MOST IMPORTANT ASSETS By Debbie Johnson When we think of growth in business terms we usually think of increasing either revenue or profit. Financials are certainly the lifeblood of business but so are the people who make them happen. Surely the growth of our personnel is equally vital to our […]Read More

Keeping the Team Smart

HOW TO DEVELOP A HOMEGROWN TRAINING PROGRAM By James Thompson Technology changes continuously, making it challenging for employees to stay current – especially for those in IT. It is imperative for employees to constantly be trained on new developments and able to offer insights regarding potential directions the market may take. Often, it’s not feasible […]Read More

Conscious Capitalism

LIBERATING THE HEROIC SPIRIT OF BUSINESS  By Dacia Rivers John Mackey founded Whole Foods in Austin in 1980 and has since seen the company grow to an international chain with hundreds of locations. It’s a growth he’s proud of, and understandably so. In his book, “Conscious Capitalism,” which he cowrote with Jar Sisodia, a veteran […]Read More

How to Invest in Employee Production

THREE BENEFITS IN USING THE POWER OF MINDFULNESS  by Erika Marcoux Mindfulness is sweeping across the United States and its importance to an organization’s success is supported by an ever-growing body of scientific evidence. Large companies like Google, Yahoo, Intel, and Target publicly attribute mindfulness in increasing bottom-line results. What does the CEO need to […]Read More

CEO Secrets to Leading Millennials

FIVE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR LEADING GEN Z By Prabhakar Gopalan As more and more baby boomers retire and Millennials enter the workforce, CEOs need to change their leadership styles to be effective. What worked in the past is not going to work now. Be the Product CEO The age of the generalist CEO is over. There’s […]Read More

Your Team Has Come Apart?

FIVE TIPS TO BUILDING – OR REBUILDING – YOUR TEAM By Elizabeth Lions The Recession is over. In 2015, it has officially become a candidate driven market. Says who? Data from global search organization MRINetwork confirms recruiters see 2015 as a job seeker-driven market that shot up from 56 percent in 2012 to 90 percent […]Read More

CEO Secrets To Building Human Capital

TI CEO RICH TEMPLETON OFFERS A SEAT AT THE ROUNDTABLE  By Dacia Rivers Photography by Jonathan Garza Despite spending the past 35 years at Texas Instruments, with the past 11 in the CEO chair, Rich Templeton isn’t even the longest-working employee at the Dallas-based semiconductor company – not by a long shot. TI has a […]Read More