How the Secret to Good Leadership Can Help Your Life, Too (Article)

Most people assign themselves far too many tasks than they can accomplish, Harry writes in his recent article for Training Industry. Then, feeling time-bankrupt, they decide the only way to do everything is to go faster. They confuse activity and productivity, leading them to believe multitasking is the answer. The reality, however, is that they’re more distracted than ever and

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The Secret to Great Leadership Is in How You Choose to Spend Your Time (Article)

“One of the greatest failures a leader can be guilty of is not knowing why they lead. Before leaders can become inspiring and motivating examples to others, they must clarify who they are as a leader, and why they chose to put themselves into a leadership role,” writes Marcel Schwantes in his Inc.com article. “This is an exercise of reaching

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Examples of leadership in crisis…and it must include us!!!

Since the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis last week, I have had numerous discussions with my Kellogg students both in classes and one-on-one. The words used to describe the horrible tragedy were a combination of shock, disgust, disbelief, anger, frustration and embarrassment. The student questions included: How could someone do that to a fellow human being? Why didn’t the

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Antidote to Uncertainty? Manage The 4 Time Traps (Article)

By Harry Kraemer Jr. and Sandy Ogg The significant uncertainty and chaos created by COVID-19 have dramatically impacted the global economy. Even before the virus hit, CEOs were more pessimistic and less confident about the future revenues of their companies than even a mere two years ago. We believe the wisest business response involves anticipating what will be valued tomorrow—and

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