News and notes to show diversity in action
We are pleased to share our thoughts, ideas and insights, not only about the executive search, culture transformation and performance (change) management services we provide, but also about the relevant trends we see in the healthcare and nonprofit industries.
When we live a purpose-driven life and are doing our best, there is no need to feel ourselves lacking in accomplishment; no need to feel that we are only mediocre because mediocrity is the result of failing to do our best with full awareness of our deficient behavior.
While the road to the C-suite can take different paths, there is consensus that it must be carefully crafted. You have to be patient and be willing to be coached and mentored; and you must put forth the effort to learn “the ropes.”
Inasmuch as a bad executive can create havoc, hiring the right candidate is often transformative. Learn some important tips to consider for hiring the right executive based on personal experience and empirical research.
Although some turnover is obviously due to attrition and retirement, studies have suggested that the preponderance of executive separation stem from poor skills match, unclear performance objectives, and a lack of cultural fit.
Discussion of on-boarding at the early stages of the search process will go far to uncover and alleviate anything that could derail the new executive’s success.
Since effective leadership requires an understanding of work preferences of your employees, you should be intimately aware of the values that Millennials embrace and the impact of these values on the workplace.
Since globalization has become our reality, it is imperative that organizations find ways to transform their rich multiculturalism into quantifiable benefits for all.
Successful organizations create a performance culture, and continuously strengthen it to achieve results. Learn some valuable tips, including four defining factors for building a high performance culture.
We pause during Black History Month to celebrate the legacy of civil rights giants such as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and efforts to promote racial equality, equity, access and opportunity for all.
We are told that good leaders are trailblazers, making a path for others to follow. Great leaders, however, inspire their people to reach higher, dream bigger and achieve greater.
The best leaders are those who forge their own path and who don’t compromise on who they really are. Embrace vulnerability as your superpower to not only be a stronger leader, but happier too.