By Sarah Breigle on January 12, 2018
As we enter 2018, we wanted to share some of the books that we read last year that have impacted us in meaningful ways and challenged us to think about the world of leadership differently. This year’s book list covers a variety of topics—from managing change and driving results to self-awareness, belonging, and emotional well-being, to name a few.
By Matt Norquist on December 19, 2017
We’re excited to share that our Purposeful Leadership research is featured in the latest issue of AMA Quarterly. Read an excerpt from: “The 5 Key Commitments of Leadership” (pp 10–13).
By Kerry Seitz on December 1, 2017
800 leaders from around the world convened for our Women in Leadership Institute™ in Dallas, TX for a journey of growth and discovery. There were countless moments that left us inspired, but we’ve boiled it down to 10 that serve as reminders of where we’ve been on this journey and the possibilities that lie ahead.
By Susie Kelleher on November 14, 2017
Leaders often feel they need to have all of the answers; that’s why we were promoted, right? Wrong. Leaders need to have great questions and live in a place of curiosity without judgement.
By Jill Ihsanullah on November 9, 2017
Companies that demonstrate the best results in advancing women leaders: 1) take active steps to improve the environment for all members of underrepresented groups and 2) provide women with specific opportunities, skills and tools to help them overcome unique obstacles.
By Kerry Seitz on November 7, 2017
We’re just one week away from welcoming 800+ leaders to Linkage’s Women in Leadership Institute™. In preparation, we asked our team to share some helpful resources for you to think about in order to get the most out of your time with us.
By Susan MacKenty Brady on November 6, 2017
If we don’t ask for what we want, can we really keep complaining that we’re not getting it? The journey starts with a moment to moment choice, and with recommitting to yourself—each and every day. It’s all about progress, not perfection.
By Karen Cvitkovich on November 3, 2017
We need to recognize the power of diverse perspectives and the importance of creating a team where every member feels listened to, understood and respected. This means different things to different people based on their culture. Through this recognition, the power of perspectives can be fully realized and we can all accomplish more together.
By Rachael Marangu on November 1, 2017
What an incredible week! 500 leaders from around the world convened for our 21st Global Institute for Leadership Development® in Palm Desert, CA, for five days of immersive learning facilitated by a faculty of 60 best-selling authors, thought leaders, coaches…
By Tom Kolditz on October 24, 2017
For many of us who work to develop leaders, the reality of limited resources and organizational priorities can intrude on some of our grandest aspirations for development programs. But what would happen if we paused for a few moments, and imagined the finest development program we could design? What might that look like?