Directors at today’s companies have to encourage progress in a host of different areas, navigating through an innovation-driven corporate world.
While the classic, top-down model of leadership is well known and trusted, it might not be the right approach to all situations.
Great leadership involves zooming in on the right direction for an organization and steering toward that promising new course.
“Overboarding” occurs when a few people stretch themselves thin serving on too many boards at once, not having enough focus on any of them.
Recent appointments to C-suites and boards, headlined by Uber concluding its CEO search.
Employees are the essence of a business. Using psychological analysis in work settings can help companies get to the heart of many in-office issues.