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Category Archives: Leading for results in digital world
Abusive Environments are Toxic to Innovation, Growth, and Performance
Have you worked in a culture dominated by authoritative, controlling, fear-based managers and leaders? What happens to the people in such a culture–male and female? My research shows that such behaviors are toxic to an organization and to its people … Continue reading
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Diversity & Inclusion: Respect for divergent religious beliefs
Recently while speaking to a group, a member of the audience made reference to leadership preferences of the younger generations being much like that of Biblical leadership traits and beliefs. We had been discussing servant leadership as the most effective … Continue reading
Digital communications—the new “voice”: can it be harassing and abusive?
Digital communications, no doubt, is the new “voice”, more often than not replacing face-to-face and phone conversations. As digital technology reduces workplace head count, we are all doing more with less. Digital communications takes less time than more formal communications. … Continue reading
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Aging Work Force–not the real issue!
We hear so much about “The Aging Work Force” dilemma. And, yes, it is reality that over 40% of the workplace is over 50 years of age with the Baby Boomers at nearly 78 million in the workplace. It is … Continue reading