A study by The Corporate Executive Board Company finds, “Companies that invest in leadership development have outperformed others by 15 times over the last 60 years.”
Making a commitment to contribute to your professional growth and development is essential.
It’s been said that there are several levels of knowledge. Knowing something for certain is the first. The second is thinking you know something. The third is knowing…
We’re all busy and have demanding lives to lead. But what would happen if you made a commitment to set aside time to become a more engaging leader?
It’s that feeling you get when someone hits you with a hard truth about something you need to fix—a reality that bites because you didn’t want to face it or simply didn’t know you had an issue in the first place.
According to a recent University of Scranton study, 45% of Americans set New Year’s resolutions, but only 8% keep them.
Are you one of the many professionals seeking a different or higher-level leadership position this upcoming year? If so, don’t just assume you’re a natural at interviewing for a job…
In leadership, it is important to be a good manager and a good coach because both are critical for long-term success.
You will expand upon what you know, be better prepared for unexpected challenges, and, ultimately, improve upon how you lead.
Whether you’re trying to land a new job, setting your sights on a promotion or trying to avoid an upcoming layoff, selling yourself is critical to accomplishing your goal.