Management & Leadership
“Vivimos un presente histórico en una encrucijada éticoecológica.
Voici une des meilleures vidéos sur la communication et le leadership issues des fameuses conférences TED . Simon Sinek auteur du livre « Start With Why » nous explique en quelques minutes le « Cercle d’or », un conseil simple à appliquer et extrêmement efficace qui bouscule les idées reçues sur notre manière de voir la communication et le leadership de ceux qui connaissent de grandes réussites. Sinek illustre sa présentation 4 exemples (Apple, Martin Luther King, les frères Wright et Tivo) qui au départ n’ont pas grand chose en commun avec brio et nous montre ce qui est essentiel pour avoir une communication inspirante .
A team at work A team comprises a group of people or animals linked in a common purpose. Teams are especially appropriate for conducting tasks that are high in complexity and have many interdependent subtasks.
When it comes to athletics, sports teams have a specific number of team players: A basketball team needs five, baseball nine, and soccer 11. But when it comes to the workplace, where teamwork is increasingly widespread throughout complex and expanding organizations, there is no hard-and-fast rule to determine the optimal number to have on each team. Should the most productive team have 4.6 team members, as suggested in a recent article on "How to Build a Great Team" in Fortune magazine?
(Listed Alphabetically) The 10 Greatest CEOs of All Time What these extraordinary leaders can teach today's troubled executives. And the Walls Came Tumbling Down Leading Beyond the Walls, a book edited and produced by the Peter F. Drucker Foundation for Nonprofit Management and published by Jossey-Bass
¿Qué hombre de negocios nunca ha realizado un análisis de Fortalezas, Oportunidades, Debilidades y Amenazas?
Recent research evidence suggests that while extraversion is predictive of many positive social outcomes, it may not be extraversion itself that matters. Instead, it may be possession of social skills or competencies that are better predictors of social outcomes than personality constructs such as extraversion. Let me explain.
En las dos últimas décadas, las empresas han sido interpeladas por el desafío de la sustentabilidad.
What's the Big Idea? For corporations, growth is a quarterly concern -- a hope maybe, but not a necessity.
A few years back, we hosted a leadership conference that featured sports leaders - players and coaches, some of whom went on to top leadership positions in politics , business, and other fields. I was surprised by how frequently they mentioned the role that their parents played in their development as top athletes and as leaders. But even more surprising were the lessons they learned from being parents - the lessons they learned from their kids! Here is a summary of behaviors that are used both by good parents, and the very best leaders.
The current recession has produced a flood of management "experts" and many leaders of organizations whose only strategy for dealing with the downturn in the economy is cutting costs, layoffs and more efficiency based strategies. The mantra for business for much of the last century has been operational efficiency. So leaders look for ways to cut costs and make the operations lean and mean.
This post is part 1 of a 3-part series. See part 2 here and part 3 here. Photo courtesy of gearjunkie.com
When we look at successful entrepreneurs, it may appear that they spend their lives relentlessly driving towards a singular goal.
Not long after he took the helm of General Electric in the early 1980’s, Jack Welch had his Eureka! moment.
Motivation & Goal Setting