By Maria Auperin on September 19, 2017
For the third year in a row, Linkage is proud to return as a Community Partner to TechWomen, which brings together women leaders in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields from twenty countries in Africa, South and Central Asia and the Middle East.
By Maria Auperin on January 6, 2017
Our leadership experts share 15 books that have impacted them in meaningful ways and challenged them to change their outlooks on their professional and personal lives.
By Mark Hannum on September 24, 2015
The price of “freedom” requires the courage to believe that your unique talents have value. But the price of the illusion of “security” often requires much bigger sacrifices.
By Susan MacKenty Brady on July 24, 2015
It’s easier said than done, but the most inclusive and effective leaders are those who can pause and then coach themselves into a place where they can meet others—especially those whom they judge, don’t understand or may not relate to—with respect.
By Lonney Gregory on July 17, 2015
Asking “What would happen if…” is the most powerful way to begin understanding the difference between the current state and some future state an organization wants to achieve.
By Bill Springer on June 18, 2015
Teams expert and best-selling author Patrick Lencioni has literally written the book on teams. So, when he noticed his own 10-person team was taking too long to make decisions and generate new ideas, guess who came up with the solution?
By Bill Springer on April 23, 2015
Innovation expert Jeremy Gutsche has been described as an “Intellectual can of Red Bull.” But Jeremy is also a master at distilling and delivering wisdom in a way that can help us all be better leaders.
By Lonney Gregory on March 12, 2015
Contrary to the popular myth that only “gifted creative types” have the ability to innovate, an innovative mindset can be learned and developed in both individuals and organizations.
By Bill Springer on March 4, 2015
Being “risk averse” is often the number-one reason companies fail to innovate. But, as you’ll see in this video clip, innovating the right way can be a lot less risky than doing things the way you’ve always done them.
By Bill Springer on January 28, 2015
In her work as the Executive Director of the Mary Horrigan Connors Center for Women’s Health and Gender Biology and Chief of the Division of Women’s Health at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Dr. Paula Johnson’s groundbreaking clinical work and interdisciplinary research and education has made a significant impact in women’s health, academic medicine, and leadership.