Valuable Insights for Today's Leaders
This event in history teaches so many fundamental, timeless and important leadership lessons. This year, I focus on 3 important lessons learned from this disaster.
Had Trump’s tone at the top strongly encouraged the wearing of masks and the practice of social distancing, he could have flattened the curve. Trump has failed to understand this critically important leadership trait.
This Netflix miniseries is a lesson in how women have fought against attitudes and cultural norms and have broken through barriers to earn their rightful place within their profession.
For those who are at the start or end of their career and are thinking about what’s next – pursue your passion and what makes you happy.
As leaders, we need to remember that innovation and creativity comes from those who break paradigms, think differently and take risks.
Addressing these three issues will help business units and your company as a whole be more effective in achieving operational and strategic goals.
Adverse unintended consequences are the result of leaders refusing to face the brutal facts of reality. A case in point is the inaction by President Donald Trump during COVID-19.
Marquis has created a culture in which her employees feel a sense of ownership in what they do, and they are as dedicated to the success of the business.
Town meetings are a great opportunity for management and employees to communicate with each other on a host of issues and learn from each other.