Of all the tasks and strategies businesses can employ to get ahead, author and Thinkers50 Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Tom Peters says it comes down to hiring and promoting good people.
Leading The Future of Work
with Jacob Morgan
Leading a growing company means always looking toward the future. How is the world changing? What’s coming down the pipeline? What strategy should you follow?
How to Navigate Inflection Points for Career and Personal Growth, According to Best-selling Author Rita McGrath
We’ve all faced situations that create a massive shift in our lives and careers. It could be a business decision that makes things 10x faster or a new software that makes manufacturing 10x less expensive.
What are the three most important aspects of leadership?
It can seem challenging to distill such an expansive topic into three core aspects, but doing so helps highlight critical responsibilities and skills for leaders.
Loose screws may seem like a small problem–until they lead to a $150 million repair.
That’s the lesson NASA Chief Dr. Thomas Zurbuchen and his team learned when preparing the James Webb Space Telescope.
How the Former Co-CEO of Workday Chano Fernandez Harnesses the Power of Positivity & Embraces Vulnerability
When Chano Fernandez originally applied to Workday, he nearly withdrew from the interview process because he didn’t think he was what the company was looking for.
Do you find yourself playing a certain role at work? Are you ready to rewrite the script?
Leaders face an incredible array of decisions and new ideas daily, each with potential consequences and benefits. Navigating those ideas and decisions can be challenging as you weigh the possible outcomes.
What’s the best way to get feedback as a new CEO? And what’s the best way to review employees? These are common questions leaders face, including Frank Blake when he was CEO of Home Depot.
As a leader, do you welcome feedback or hide from it? Your attitude toward being challenged impacts the entire company.