In today’s competitive world, an organization that is successful is a learning organization—they invest in employee engagement and in leadership development.
Motivated employees are productive employees. They are also happy employees. For these reasons, it is no wonder that good leaders are dedicated to finding ways to motivate their team members.
While people under 35 seem to be taking the world’s transformation to social networking in stride, I am finding a trend of indifference or even resentment toward social networking among my fellow Baby Boomer Generation business leaders.
Today, our Leadership Interview is with Bob Littell. Check out his article about NetWeaving here. We want to thank Bob for his contributions to AboutLeaders.
A leader that is approachable can alleviate a great deal of potential productivity inhibitors. A leader that is visible and receptive will often hear of ideas, issues, problems, and circumstances that would never come to light otherwise.