How To Lead
Written by Lauren Brown Jarvis Tuesday, March 05 2013
After spending roughly two decades at BP climbing the corporate latter up to the rank of SVP of marketing and innovation for the global brand, Ann Hand made the jump to CEO of Project Frog, a start-up that is revolutionizing the design and construction industries with its low-energy prefab buildings. Here are Hand's thoughts on the perks of being a woman leader and advice on how you can reach the top too.
Written by Jan Turner Tuesday, March 05 2013
What do a bakeshop owner in Memphis, a retail strategy company in Seattle, Kaiser Permanente, Southwest Airlines and the U.S. Marine Corps have in common? Robert K. Greenleaf’s servant leadership. After rejecting the ubiquitous “command and control” mentality, Greenleaf created a fresh leadership approach that is now widely embraced to grow happier and more productive people, more productive organizations, and a “more just and more loving” world.
Written by Corinne Garcia Tuesday, February 26 2013
After 10 years on the faculty of Harvard Business School, Mary Gentile realized that there was a more effective way to teach business ethics, so she created “Giving Voice to Values.” Now used by hundreds of leading business schools around the world, this innovative global curriculum for values-driven leadership development focuses on more than intellectual and philosophical debate, it instead asks, “Once we know what we believe is right, how do we get it done?”
Written by Jane Goldner Tuesday, January 22 2013
Professional Coach Jane Goldner, author of “Women Driven to Success,” wraps up her five-part series with this final piece that encourages you to begin the new year with the goal of “lighting the fire within.” Key to that is standing in your power, and she shares the seven crucial steps to take toward that goal.
Written by Anne Warfield Tuesday, January 08 2013
Conflict leave you quivering or even in tears? Did you know that kind of reaction, according to Strategist Anne Warfield, can shut down thinking and listening for up to eight hours? Who can afford that? Here, Anne Warflied, creator of Outcome Thinking, asks you to consider 3 lethal misconceptions about conflict that could be preventing you from powering through those difficult moments.