How to groom new leadership within your organization

Developing leaders from within takes work, starting with persuading people that they can and should take on a bigger role, writes Val Matta. “Employees want to be sure a new role will present opportunities for growth and challenges instead of preventing them... read more

Managers are key to organizational performance

Managers directly affect employee engagement, turnover and performance, so identifying strong leaders and making their training a priority is critical to a successful organization, write Larry Sternberg and Kim Turnage. They offer advice on how to hire managers, how... read more

Leave the CEO search to a professional

Recruiting your company’s next CEO is a complicated undertaking best left to an executive recruiter, writes Dennis C. Miller in this book excerpt. He offers a dozen steps boards should take such as developing a position profile that identifies strategic... read more

How to Train and Keep Millennials

Mentoring, development and appreciation can go a long way toward retaining millennials, writes Lee Caraher. If you do those things, Caraher argues, you won’t have to worry about good employees leaving or mediocre and poor performers staying too long. Continue... read more

Help your people develop themselves

Just-in-time leadership is about responsiveness combined with collaboration to help your team members develop, writes Susan Fowler. You want to help these individuals be proactive rather than wait for you to step in. Continue... read more

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