Leadership

If I had to pick one word to describe the journey of being in management and leadership as a black woman, I’d go with “lonely."
In a New York Times op-ed, the former FBI director took the attorney general and his deputy, Rod Rosenstein, to task.
Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic's new book says we need to weed out the narcissists and megalomaniacs before they become leaders.
“It’s not even a surprise when he says something. It’s, like, laughable,” the NBA star says.
"They, in fact, are seduced by the notion that they are so self-important."
How civility and inclusion drive progress.
Certainly a trait of all successful leaders is their ability to not only understand what they need, but what others around
One of the most popular Dilbert comic strips in the cartoon’s history begins with Dilbert’s boss relaying senior leadership’s
 The Presidential Leadership Scholars Program on Why We Must Learn to Understand and Relate to Each Other Over the past 18
It would be an understatement to say that launching a civic tech startup eight years ago has been the steepest, longest, most
Risk-taking and innovation don't happen when people are discouraged from questioning the norm. Gaining buy-in for new initiatives
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IN SUMMARY This chart shows the cultural differences between someone from the US, Russia, China, and where a typical Experteer
PS: What was your motivation for writing the book? PS: Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg famously said, "Fitting in is not helping
I Liked Ike by Lt. Gen. Clarence E. McKnight, Jr. In this period of political upheaval when comity and compromise are endangered
We've all heard the adage, "People don't leave bad jobs; they leave bad bosses." It makes great fodder for after-work gripe sessions, but is there really any data to back the claim up? As it turns out, there's a ton.