Tagged With Leadership

There's one characteristic the best leaders in the world have, but most people are uncomfortable talking about it: love

Billionaire Bridgewater founder Ray Dalio once received a memo from his employees saying he 'belittled' and 'humiliated' them, and it turned out to be great for everyone

Here's the management tactic Apple CEO Tim Cook uses to keep employees on their toes

Leadership experts say Jeff Bezos' comfort with failure should be a model for all managers

A personality scientist says that if you're a woman and you lean in, you'll actually become a dysfunctional leader

China just overtook the US in global leadership approval

Obama warns that if the world isn't careful, democracy could be in danger: 'Democracy is a garden that has to be tended'

Adam Grant explains why introverts will make better leaders in the future

How to get your employees to reveal their true motives

T. Boone Pickens asks the same question at the start of his meetings to make sure every single person comes prepared

Why leaders are such bad judges of character and consistently promote the wrong people

The top 5 things every boss must do to make their employees happy

A former Google exec has some counterintuitive advice for anyone who wants to be a good boss

A Wharton professor and organizational psychologist says leaders promote the wrong people, exit interviews miss the point, and there's an easy way to find out if someone is stealing

Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon shares his best leadership advice

Gawker's former president explains how she told 200 people the company was going bankrupt without making them hate her for it

The CEO of a consulting firm that made $18 billion looks for 2 main qualities in new hires at any level

A former Facebook HR exec says many bosses are too uncomfortable to ask people a hugely important question

Retired 4-star Gen. Stanley McChrystal tells a story about a battalion commander in a backward T-shirt to illustrate his top 2 pieces of leadership advice

Retired 4-star Gen. Stanley McChrystal says handing his resignation letter to President Obama taught him a profound lesson about failure