What makes a great leader? Management theorist Simon Sinek suggests, it’s someone who makes their employees feel secure, who draws staffers into a circle of trust.
What if you could combine the agility, adaptability, and cohesion of a small team with the power and resources of a giant organization?
Read the extracts of General Stanley McChrystal’s powerful book on the first L.E.A.D X-board.
In part 9, the last of “The General Schwarzkopf Series”, the General underlines the importance of rule 13 and rule 14.
It is time for corporate and institutional leaders to be honest with themselves and one another about the real problems that keep companies from achieving their goals.
In part 8 of “The General Schwarzkopf Series”, the General explains why great leaders don’t tell people how to do their job, and why lousy leaders do the opposite.
Employee management is one of the toughest challenges for business owners. By identifying employees who drain productivity and slow your business growth, you’ll be able to remove them and bring in professionals who will help you meet your long-term goals.
In part 7 of “The General Schwarzkopf Series”, the General points out how leaders deal with failure and how they reinforce success within their organisations. Watch the video and learn how they do it.
When your business grows, or you are climbing the corporate ladder, it is important that you transform from a “doer” to a “leader”. Read this featured article and learn how to transform successfully.