By Sarah Breigle on May 12, 2017
Research in the field of neuroscience has a lot to offer as we think how to focus on work that creates real impact. Join us May 17 for a webinar with Michael Bungay Stanier for a deep dive into the science of what really makes the difference—and how you can apply this thinking with your team.
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 Laura Stone on November 21, 2016
Sometimes it is the everyday experiences in life that ultimately help us learn and grow in the most remarkable ways. This past month marked the 52nd Head of the Charles regatta in Boston. Some 11,000 rowers came from all over the world to navigate down the windy shores and through the narrow bridges of the Charles River. I, the self-proclaimed novice (who put in several weeks of diligent prep work!), raced in a double (four oars, two people) in the parent-child category with my 17-year-old daughter, Sophie, who is captain of her crew team. The preparation, planning and execution that we went through together got me thinking about the work that I do with leaders every day. Turns out that this all too common cliché has some merit.
By Laura Stone on May 17, 2016
What if it was our personal mission to find the unique gifts that each person brings to the table? What would be possible?
By Sarah Breigle on April 26, 2016
What do you think of when you hear the word feedback? According to professor, researcher, and author Tammy Erickson, it depends on your generation.
By Matt Norquist on April 11, 2016
Well, love is not all that you need in leadership, but it’s one of the first things you need if you want to be a strong leader. It is easier to make and keep commitments if we are doing something that we want to do.
By Madelyn Yucht on April 4, 2016
The facts are startling and the data is clear—between 30–70% of transitioning leaders fail. Use these 7 Essentials to address the most common challenges.
By Rich Rosier on February 8, 2016
Good is the enemy of great. We’ve all seen ample evidence of companies getting good at something, only to then stall, get defensive, and ultimately fail.
By Sarah Breigle on January 20, 2016
Lead your team to a successful 2016 with regular coaching conversations. Try these six simple questions to make this daunting task more feasible.
By Matt Norquist on August 18, 2015
I’ve been lucky enough to know a handful of people who are the very best in the world at what they do. And they provide valuable insight on how to achieve peak performance in business and in life.