Excellent post by my friend, LeAura! Some quick things you can start doing today, and, the research to back it up!
The more I learn, the more fascinated I have become with the neurochemistry of our interactions with others. Even more intriguing, is its powerful effect on all of our relationships, both within the workplace and without, and on our subsequent professional success (or lack thereof.)
I’d love to hear about your personal experiences as a leader related to this topic, and what you have learned from them.
I met Tom Gardner, co-founder of the Motley Fool, and first heard him speak at the Positive Business conference a few weeks ago here at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. An interesting guy, and a very interesting take on how to run a business.
In her new book “Pivot Points,” Julia Tang Peters examines the five pivotal decisions every successful leader must make.The book is based on Ms. Peters’ research and in-depth interviews with five successful leaders whose careers are marked by the five critical decisions listed below.
Ms. Peters has coached Fortune 100 executives as a managing consultant, and she earned masters degrees in management and psychology from Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill.The five pivot points do not need to occur in a linear fashion,
This is an excellent article. How would you rate yourself on each of these measures?
Tony Schwartz and Chistine Porath get it right again as they discuss why the way we’re working isn’t working, and some of the basic principles of the Energy Project.