Organizational psychologists often seem content to define and categorize relevant behaviors and stop there. But curious minds wonder about why people do what they do; curious minds want to go deeper into the problem.
Man’s task is to become conscious of the contents that press upward from the unconsious.
Nearly everyone has been on a team that has simply fallen flat. When that happens, our natural instinct is to assume that the team’s failure was due to a poor choice of team members.
She’s the list maker, the fact checker, the one who always seems to be checking your work over your shoulder. Sure, some call it nitpicking, but isn’t anything worth doing worth doing right?
Destructive leadership is something we often talk about, but given how often destructive leaders show up in the news; it’s worth another look.
The Importance of Values to Leadership and Business Performance
People look for four essential characteristics in leaders. In previous posts, we discussed the importance of integrity and judgment. The third and fourth essential characteristics of good leaders are competence and vision.
You make what seems like a promising hire – good resume, relevant experience, and solid references. And, at first, her performance matches that promise.
People look for four essential characteristics in leaders.