As we head into the new year, mentorship continues to be a competitive advantage for companies and a source of development and engagement for employees.
Simon Rakosi, David Mendlewicz and Marcus Perezi-Tormos saw a problem: New leaders, promoted early in their careers, lacked the training in leadership and soft skills to prepare them to manage teams and people effectively.
As businesses approach another year of uncertainty and prepare to hit the ground running, leaders should consider these four resolutions to help make 2018 a resounding success for themselves and their employees.
With each new year comes the opportunity to reflect, re-evaluate, and reset our personal and professional development goals.
Leaders sometimes face challenges that, with their current thinking, they find insurmountable.
While there is no one skill guaranteed to prepare your people to successfully lead through change, a subset of skills might.