Leadership can be easy when staff is engaged, deadlines are being met and the bank account is growing. But every office leader will face difficult situations that can disrupt the
Learn best practices and effective tips for letting an employee go.
There are plenty of CEOs who are trusted, admired and widely effective. Unfortunately, even the good ones make mistakes. When their missteps are the type that turns their employees against
Why Mergers & Acquisitions Fail Mergers and acquisitions (M&As) have been the number one growth strategy for corporations worldwide for the past 45 years. The Harvard Business Review states that
Jack writes, “Two years ago I left a large utility corporation, where it seemed I’d never stand out, to accept a leadership role with my local parks & recreation department. Ever since my first day, I have been working non-stop, nights and weekends. The intensity of the job is tremendous. Things had fallen so far behind, and they expect me to do everything. My family is suffering, and now I’m considering an offer back at the utility company. My boss relies on me for everything, and I know he’ll take my leaving personally. How do I tell him, it’s not you it’s me?”
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Where Lawyers Fall Short During a Public Relations Crisis For as long as I’ve been in the crisis management industry, I’ve told people, “you hire a lawyer to make sure
What Ever After Can Teach Us About Women’s Leadership I wrote a feminist critique in graduate school on the movie Ever After starring Drew Barrymore. It was a modern-day Cinderella