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A few months ago, I wrote about an alternative measurement of quality of leadership called Leadership Gravity. I’ve got another one for you, but this one is about kicking the kids… Get the Rest
The Breakfast Club (TBC) is 30 years old this year, which means I first saw it when I was 3. Okay... maybe I was 5. It's a classic movie that
Hopefully by now you’ve warmed up to the notion that productive conflict is important to encourage in your teams. To get the most out of their insights and
When I finished my undergrad, I wanted to be a college professor. Summers off, four or five classes to teach, the opportunity to do research, no high school
We catch a fair bit of grief in HR for using the term, Top Talent. The problem, of course, is that talent means different things to different people.
One of my favorite cartoons as a kid was The Jetsons. George and family living in the sky, flying cars and best of all... Rosie, the loveable robot
What is leadership, anyway? Ask 100 companies, and you’ll get 100 answers, all describing different leadership models. If you break down each of these models into its competencies,
“Curiosity killed the cat.” This friendly little ditty told to children across the country is intended to squelch the wandering mind of young kids so as not to
The NBA Championship is over, yet there is a lot of chatter about the tense relationship between LeBron James and his Cleveland Cavaliers coach, David Blatt. After observations
There are a lot of urban myths in Corporate America related to performance, employees and leadership. Maybe urban myths are the wrong term---you could go with "cliches," as well.