If you can only see the single step immediately in front of you, there comes a moment when you have to take the next step anyways, and put your foot out without knowing exactly what it looks like below.
This is how some executives have created a loyal following and others that lack it, battle turnover. For the CEO’s and senior leaders that have admirers, there’s a single question that has helped them connect the dots…
The celebrity endorsed commercial making the rounds right now that has everyone talking (and no, not the now infamous and debunk Pepsi ad), is an example of targeted marketing at its finest.
Keeping a C-suite that was born and bred within your company (while excellent in practice) will isolate your organization from innovation and the ability to see the world from a different perspective. In the next few years, we expect to see leaders recruited from outside of the industry filling key executive roles.
By 2025, 75% of the global workforce will be made up of millennials. How will our companies, industries, and even world look different? How will millennials choose to lead?
Never underestimate the value of putting a human face to the brand. With 1.23 billion active Facebook users, as of December 2016, and over 300 million users on Twitter worldwide, companies are not only guaranteed to reach consumers or clients on social media platforms, but have immediate access to making impacts on their current and future employees experience.
Some companies enter the scene and break through with change right away, and must continue to evolve themselves over and over to keep pace. In those stories, there is a lot we can learn from the dexterity they show along the way.
When you think about high-performing, championship teams, both in sports and the professional world, there’s one single commonality that stands out. Chemistry. It's the connection of the individuals making the team that matters most.
Our most successful and admired presidents, regardless of political parties, had reach beyond their generation. In honor of these timeless leaders, we have put together a few examples from four past Presidents we should consider as we embark on or continue our own leadership journeys.