By Rachael Marangu on September 19, 2018
We’re less than two weeks away from welcoming 500+ senior leaders from around the world for Linkage’s Global Institute for Leadership Development®. 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 Kerry Seitz on September 14, 2018
In this blog series, we’ll be sharing leadership advice from our 2018 Executive Impact Award recipients. In today’s post, Millie Marshall, President of Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana, discusses the importance of embracing change, and how meaningful mentorships with women leaders foster a sense of personal and professional pride for mentee and mentor alike.
By Mark Hannum on September 12, 2018
Ultimately, it’s our ability to commit to a lifelong journey of becoming purposeful that allows us to effectively balance the day-to-day dilemmas—and unsolvable problems—that we’re faced with as leaders.
By Rachael Marangu on August 21, 2018
Join tomorrow’s webinar to hear incredible stories from two leaders who have five decades of experience in some of the most prestigious corporate, academic and military institutions all over the world.
By Rachael Marangu on July 13, 2018
Pharmaceutical leader Sir Andrew Witty will receive the 2018 Warren Bennis Award for Excellence in Leadership at Linkage’s Global Institute for Leadership Development® (GILD) this October.
By Kerry Seitz on June 18, 2018
Join our webinar on Wednesday, June 27 at 1:00 PM ET to hear from Linkage’s lead researcher, Jill Ihsanullah, Ph.D. She’ll share data on the direct correlation that exists between race and gender and the advancement of women aspiring to leadership positions.
By Sarah Breigle on June 11, 2018
Join bestselling author and speaker Stephen Shapiro on June 26 to learn why innovation isn’t just about generating occasional new ideas—it’s about staying consistently one step ahead of the competition.
By Kerry Seitz on June 1, 2018
I’m thrilled to share that one of our team members was featured in a recent New York Times article focused on a Boston-area initiative closing the gender pay gap. Kudos to Danielle for the great work that she’s doing.
By Richard Leider on May 24, 2018
There are no rigid formulas for how to write your purpose statement as a leader, mentor or coach, but there are many helpful techniques to assist you. Here are seven thought-provoking questions to get you started.
By Matt Norquist on May 18, 2018
If you and I are anywhere close to the norm, it means that between 50 and 85 percent of our stakeholders don’t think that we are leading in an engaging, trustworthy or purposeful way. While most of us believe that we are better than average, statistically, half of us are not. Here are three things that we can start doing to build trust today.