Tag Archive | "Management and Leadership"

How do you assess power? Is Lady Gaga super powerful? HBR article

Power is a very charged word. From nuclear weapons and military might to the parental influence to workplace reputations, the word “power” pops up all over the place. Forbes has recently released a list of the most powerful celebrities. Lady Gaga and Oprah are two of the women in the top ranks.  If you’ve ever […]

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Bosses behaving badly: Horror stories to cheer you up, or make you realize it’s time to get a new job! Especially if you start getting defensive of the boss character…

What are the major nightmare boss traits that you’ve either experienced or heard from your friends? Chances are, they will overlap with the Forbes survey of employees about their worst boss experiences. The key hated traits in a boss? Micromanaging, lying and aggression (especially passive aggression). One poor women even had a computer monitor thrown […]

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Fantastic free download article from Ken Wright, upcoming Ascend speaker. Find out everything you need to know to switch your EQ on and how to use it.

Emotional intelligence is often a trait that women naturally have. In the business world, I think it’s one of our trump cards. But as research continues to develop, I know it’s as important to stay on top of developments as any other element of business. “The message sent by neurological, psychological, and organisational research is […]

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Is over-confidence all bad in a manager? Does it improve a CEO’s focus and investment on innovation? Findings here.

Over-confidence sounds pretty bad to me. Perhaps because I know your confidence doesn’t see the results you expected, you feel so foolish. Or perhaps because I’ve seen managers turn solid progress into feeling like  a failure by setting ambitious but ultimately unachieved goals. But this blog has some interesting findings on how over-confidence can actually improve […]

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New Meaning of CEO: Chief Energy Officer

Think of your favourite boss. Think of a few words to describe them. Chances are angry, busy or ruthlessly task focused didn’t come up. In fact, in a new article by Tony Schwartz, he shares the list of the 10 most popular words that thousands of people used to describe their favourite boss. And two […]

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Why are women more likely to be offered the top jobs when a company is a mess? More importantly, why do we take them? This months Madison magazine tackles these questions.

It’s one of those cycles we see way too often in the business world. A division, branch or business starts to fall apart, the boss bails or gets booted, and the role goes to a woman. The men are all busy looking the other way, while a gutsy woman decides its rare an opportunity like […]

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