Valuable Insights for Today's Leaders
To break down silos, follow Elon Musk’s mandate for communication to travel the ‘shortest path necessary’
Are the silos in your company impeding your ability to accomplish initiatives with colleagues in other departments? People should talk with each other directly to make the right things happen.
Effective leaders celebrate employees for doing the right thing even if it violates a company policy or procedure.
A primary responsibility of Govs. Abbott and DeSantis is to keep their citizens safe. Leaders are supposed to lead. It’s time for them to do so.
Employees who on occasion violate company policy for the right reasons are your change agents and future leaders. Celebrate them.
Terminations are never easy. Informing a direct report “we are going to part company” takes some of the sting out of them being informed of their termination.
The five largest investor-owned oil companies “accept the consensus in the scientific communities on climate change. There’s no debate about climate science. It’s economic activity … that leads to emissions [of carbon dioxide].”
Performing post completion reviews of past acquisitions is a powerful tool to improve the outcomes of future acquisitions. They should be part of the board process.
Being the preferred provider to your market, the company that everyone wants to buy from, is a huge competitive advantage. Give a great customer/client experience, hire the right people, and lead them in the right way.
More CEOs should adopt the Business Roundtable’s principles. More business schools should administer the MBA Oath at commencement. It’s the right thing to do.
The last thing you want is for employees to feel as if they are competing with each other. It reduces trust and collaboration among team members. It’s not productive for employees to widely dislike such a cutthroat cultural norm.