If you are running complex initiatives, your biggest challenge is usually aligning action across various teams to deliver results as planned. What can you do to make your plans more sticky? Drawing from her expertise as an Executive Coach and Strategist, Pam Fox Rollin lays out 5 tips on how to make plans “real.” CONTINUE READING…
In so many companies today, all over the world, you still hear the term ‘soft skills’ referred to by leaders, managers and HR professionals. The so-called soft skills that they are referring to include things like building relationships, communicating so you’re understood, building trust, enrolling others into a vision, relating with empathy. CONTINUE READING…
By Anne Day (Author), Amy Vodarek (Author), Megan Barnes (Illustrator) and Emily Youers (Illustrator)
The whole idea of this book arose from a discussion with a group of dynamic women business owners who, after sketching out their ten-year plans, felt they wouldn't achieve their goals because they "weren't good enough" and "didn't deserve to be successful." Their lack of confidence was a surprise and belied what they outwardly presented to the world: being women who had their act together. But when we embarked on this journey to discover why women did not feel good enough, we had no idea what a mammoth undertaking it would be.
By Pam Fox Rollin
42 Rules for Your New Leadership Role (2nd Edition) describes practical and effective actions for you to make a strong start at your new VP, Director, or Manager job. Drawing from extensive interviews with corporate leaders and the author’s 20 years as a strategy consultant and executive coach, these rules form the manual they forgot to hand you when you got that promotion or offer letter.
By Peter Denning & Robert Dunham
Innovation is the ruling buzzword in business today. Technology companies invest billions in developing new gadgets; business leaders see innovation as the key to a competitive edge; policymakers craft regulations to foster a climate of innovation. And yet businesses report a success rate of only four percent for innovation initiatives. Can we significantly increase our odds of success?
By Sameer Dua
Each one of us, in every area of our life, has an almost certain, probable, default future. But is this future acceptable? What if one could create a life, an organization or a team of design, rather than that of drift, by getting skilled in creating a future of choice ? This book provides a simple 6-step framework to actively create a future of one’s choice. While this book is titled Declaring Breakdowns, it is about mastering the art and science of generating breakthroughs in each area of our lives.