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It’s not you: Six ways organizations limit new leaders
I’ve witnessed hundreds of leaders experience these limitations as they transitioned into new roles. Some were able to wade through on their own; others needed to seek advice. Either way, make a conscious effort to be mindful of these within the context of your new role so that you address potential barriers upfront—and open up a whole new world of opportunity.
GILD faculty member appears on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Rosabeth Moss Kanter is the Director & Chair of Harvard University’s Advanced Leadership Initiative, author of Move: Putting America’s Infrastructure Back in the Lead, and a GILD faculty member who just appeared on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.
6 daily habits for breakthrough success
In order to get somewhere new or become something bigger, you have to act or believe in ways you have never done before. You have to think differently.
How to tackle one of your biggest organizational challenges
As you’ll see in the following video, Dr. Phil Harkins’ work with senior executives, boards, and teams from leading organizations in more than 25 countries helps Linkage tackle your biggest organizational challenges in highly effective ways.
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New Year’s resolutions that will make you smarter, healthier, and happier
It’s so easy to get and stay connected today. It’s too easy, in fact. We’re pushing our multitasking abilities to the limit. This year, make a resolution to…
Crisis management 101
Good times in an organization are a direct result of what you do in bad times. When faced with a challenge or hardship, leaders must ensure that HR is a strategic partner to the overall business. Time and energy should be focused on high impact initiatives, and executives need to be coached and aligned with executive teams.
Are you developing your products or your people?
It’s no secret that the business world is continually becoming more competitive, complex, and technologically advanced, and extensive research shows that nothing is more important to an organization for sustained long-term growth than solid leadership. So, don’t make the fatal mistake of thinking your company can be successful in a crowded and competitive marketplace simply by producing a better (or cheaper) product or service.
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