Leadership culture is the collective actions of formal and informal leaders acting together to influence organizational success. Yet, it’s not simply the number or quality of individual leaders that determines organizational success, but the ability of formal and informal leaders to pull together in the support of organizational goals that ultimately makes the difference.
“Real empathy is sometimes not insisting that it is okay but acknowledging that it is not.” — Sheryl Sandberg According to recent studies carried out by the Development Dimensions International,
When I was learning how to lead in the Marine Corps, I was presented with portraits of courage about leaders who’d sacrifice their lives for the safety and security of
On the first day of school when I was a young boy, my mother suggested to my new teacher that she (they were all she’s) sit me at the school
When we think of some great leaders, humility may not come to the top of how we would describe them. The bigger-than-life leaders such as Steve Jobs, Elon Musk, or
We are amid a tremendous post-pandemic hiring surge in 2021, which creates an opportunity for leaders at all levels. Most employers now want to demonstrate they’ve learned from the season
Steve Jobs, Satya Nadella, Herb Kelleher, Jeff Bezos, Jack Welch: these and thousands of other leaders are credited — maybe accused — of singlehandedly shaping their organizational cultures. To anthropologists, this is