An unexpected display at the Museo de Armas (Museum of Weapons) in Buenos Aires offers leaders everywhere an important lesson about their responsibility to their employees. You’ve got to see the photo!
Month: March 2012
Not only is perfectionism a drain on productivity, it can also be a giant roadblock to career and personal success. Leadership expert Merge Gupta-Sunderji explains how AND offers five specific ideas to “break the pattern.”
When you see something unusual or different, do you nurture it or shut it down? An unexpected sight on a recent holiday caused me to ask this question.
A recent informal discussion with several leaders raises a relevant question – should employee training focus on the what and the how, or on the why? Weigh in with your perspective.
Negative people use defensiveness as one of their ploys to create a toxic work environment. Find out how to deal with it.
An unexpected example of how change (of any sort) makes people exceedingly uncomfortable, and how doing nothing about it can lead to inefficiency or obsolescence.