WE ARE ALWAYS looking for the latest noteworthy Leadership news and commentary. We have aggregated pertinent insights below for your consideration to keep you up-to-date with the world of Leadership.
Here are recent links of interest:
“Companies Manage With No CEO” – WSJ
Are chief executives necessary? Swiss watch-and-jewelry maker Cie. Financière Richemont SA recently decided its answer, announcing last month that CEO Richard Lepeu won’t have a successor when he steps down in 2017. Richemont joins a rare group of companies operating without… Continue Reading
“21 Ways to Be a Better Leader” – Inc.
It doesn’t matter if you are running a business, managing a team, or teaching a class–leadership skills are important. Some people seem to be born knowing what to do to inspire and lead people, but for most of us it doesn’t come that naturally. Luckily for us, leadership isn’t a magical gift… Continue Reading
“Blurred Lines and Millennial Work Flexibility” – Blanchard LeaderChat
Like many people, I have a smart phone. It’s excellent for both working and personal connections. In an instant I can exchange words with friends who are scattered across the country and participate in a stream of communication. I can monitor email from anywhere, which proves handy… Continue Reading
“Leadership Lessons From The Godfather” – Psychology Today
What can a movie about mafia bosses and gangsters teach us about leadership? If you look closely at the main characters in The Godfather – Don Vito Corleone and his son, Michael Corleone, you can learn a lot about leadership principles, both the good and the bad… Continue Reading
“3 Ways to Lead Like Lincoln” – Michael Lee Stallard
It’s fashionable in the media and politics today to be quick to speak, to dominate conversations and be self-righteous. We see this frequently in movies and television shows too. These attributes are thought to be signs of intelligence, assertiveness and conviction. Although they may be effective… Continue Reading
If you spot leadership news of interest, or you have an interesting blog post you want to share, let us know at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
MindEdge offers self-paced courses and simulations in business communications, management, and leadership. Our courses are designed to engage and inform!
You can learn more about MindEdge by clicking here.
Copyright © 2015 MindEdge, Inc.