As you may have heard, there is a new kind of business model that is centered around building better company structures, social enterprises and corporate policies. It is a model that allows environmentally conscious businesses that place a high priority on their people and community to label their activities and brand their values.
In a world where who you know matters just as much as what you know, it can be hard for introverts to make a name for themselves.
There will always be employees whom you cannot reach—team members with goals that do not match those of the organization and who are unwilling or unable to change.
We live in trying times, where most people are looking for someone they can turn to, someone that can show them the way and guide them. That “someone” is a leader. And while the term itself can have a pretty broad definition, there are only a handful of things that make a good leader.
As many of you know, my focus of research for the last three to four years has centered on toxic, unethical, abusive, and narcissistic leadership.
Most employers these days realize that managing a team’s mental health is not only important to the well being of employees, but to the overall success of the business.
In academia and corporate America, one of the hottest topics today is employee engagement.
There are a lot of things that amount to the success of an organisation, and leadership is without a doubt one of them.
Is Mark Zuckerberg a great leader?
A group of people cannot exist without a leader. People always need someone who will guide them, take them to new places, take responsibility, and be able to share achievements.