Bad bosses are like mosquitos. They can even carry a death sentence for your organization. How you address them impacts experience and results
Jann Wenner, founder of Rolling Stones and his publisher, Hachette Book Group, recently chose racism and sexism. Here’s what to learn from it.
Even the best screw up. So how do you make it right? Warner Bros. Discovery and CNN demonstrate how to fix leadership mistakes.
Your first 90 days in a new leadership role are critical for success. Linda Yaccarino did it wrong at Twitter. So, how do you do it right?
Instead of saying, “walk a mile in their shoes”, say, “walk a mile in their muddy boots.” Here’s why this matters.
Elon Musk, Linda Yaccarino, and the former Twitter company have a leadership problem – not a branding problem.
Heineken CEO Dolf van den Brink, Unilever CEOs Hein Schumacher (June) and Alan Jope (prior), Philip Morris CEO Jacek Olczak, Mondelez CEO Dirk Van de Put, and Nestle CEO Ulf Mark Schneider have all demonstrated a lack of ethical behavior. Each of their organizations promised to exit business in Russia when war began. These leaders
Another reason for so many bad bosses in the world? We cannot lead what we need. If we’re dependent on our job, our leadership is hindered.
When the United States of America was founded, we had great leadership. Today, our nations founders would be embarrassed by our leadership.