Leadership pressure and burnout are all too common. Learn how Tracey DeSilva, VP of learning and development at Bayer, manages in this leadership spotlight.
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In recent weeks, Elon Musk has faced enormous criticism for business decisions; however, nothing in his biography suggests Musk is narcissistic, malevolent, or experiencing psychosis.
Quiet quitting isn’t new. It isn’t generational either. And it isn’t always harmful. In fact, for quiet quitters with certain personality characteristics, it might even be beneficial.
CEO personality can lead to major corporate blunders. Materialism and rule breaking are two types of CEO behavior that can tacitly foster an environment of the same. So, what should organizations do?
The best leadership development programs give leaders a snapshot of where they’re at now and a motion picture of where they need to develop in the future. Combining personality assessments with 360-degree assessments is the key to unlocking this panoramic perspective. Jayson Blair, a member of the Hogan Coaching Network, explains how.
Your organization likely uses metrics to drive a variety of important business functions, but what about leadership development? Professional coach James M. Fico, PhD, explains the benefits of metrics-driven leadership development programs and highlights one key metric your organization shouldn’t overlook: team performance.
Becoming a manager is a major career milestone. If you’re making the transition to management, here’s what you need to know about your changing role so you can be an effective leader.
On this International Women’s Day, organizations should consider what steps they can take to improve gender equity in the workplace and put more women in leadership roles. Personality assessment is a good place to start.
Why are so many people quitting their jobs? And, perhaps more importantly, what can organizations do to retain talent and keep employees engaged?
Why are so many people quitting their jobs? According to Hogan’s Erin Crane, PhD, burnout and empowerment are the two major causes of the Big Quit, or Great Resignation. Read more.