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I was born during the Summer of Love, in 1967, when the counter-culture phenomenon erupted into the public’s attention in San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury neighborhood, when Thurgood Marshall was appointed as the first African-American to the US Supreme Court, and when the Six-Day War ended a frail peace and launched the Middle East on a decades-long conflict.
Nearly half a century since the Summer of Love, same-sex marriage is the law of the land, the notion of an African-American in the White House is almost unremarkable, and bloodshed rooted in centuries-old animosities in the Middle East has become a part of life around the world.[…] Continue Reading »
Leadership, whether good or bad, has a trickle-down effect.
How leaders treat the managers they hire has a direct effect not only on the performance of those managers, but also on the results produced by the employees those managers are trying to nurture.
Handle your managers the right way and they’ll be more effective in their roles, and so will their employees.[…] Continue Reading »
In the 1980s, MBWA was the rage. It involved the radical notion that leaders could drive better results by stepping out of their offices and engaging with employees and the work flow in a less formal, more impromptu fashion. “Management by walking around” changed the cadence of business — in large part through greater leadership involvement and presence.[…] Continue Reading »
The U.S. is known for its entrepreneurial culture, but not all countries are rushing to start a business. In Singapore, for example, even though nearly 80% of Singapore undergraduates have dreamed of starting their own business, only 1.1% have done so. Are there any compelling reasons for so many undergraduates not to take action?
Perhaps some students found it an uphill task to channel their moneymaking ideas into coherent business plans?[…] Continue Reading »
Tips to keep the audience from snoozing during your next presentation; an argument for face-to-face communication in an increasingly electronic world; and how cleaning out the basement turned up a billion-dollar bounty for a temple in India.
- 3 slides that could sink your next PowerPoint presentation
- 9 key traits of successful innovators
- Why smart bosses hire sports stars
- How to manage Millennials
- Indian temple finds $11 billion stored in its vaults
Read about all this and more in this week’s top five most-clicked links in SmartBrief on Leadership: