You've probably heard of the sandwich generation, consisting of those who are responsible for the care of two generations at the same time. But what is a good leader to do in the middle of this generational sandwich?
Some people have natural leadership ability and others can develop that ability with the right attitude and effort.
My recent trip reminded me of the many roads and wrong turns that we've all experienced on our professional journeys.
In our extrovert-centered world, those of us who are introverted are often misunderstood and uninterested in high-level leadership opportunities that require constant interaction.
Book review of Sheryl Sandberg's Lean In: I'd read and the interviews that I'd seen left me with the impression that Sanberg's views on professional women and the leadership ambition gap were fairly elitist and not remotely valid for most working women. A
Workplace conflict is inevitable, how do we deal with conflict inside an organization.
How do you create a sustainable sales culture in an organization that is positive and will last? Keep reading for the secret.
We all connect with others in a variety of ways in our personal and professional lives. Some of our connections are sources of great joy, while others can be sources of pain and frustration.
how do great teams learn how to perform at a high level? Usually, it's a combination of strong leadership, effective coaching, and of course, willing and able players.'