Most organizations classify career advancement as transitioning into a series of people leadership roles. But, what does that mean for an organization’s high performers whose strengths are not aligned with the abilities to manage themselves and others effectively? For instance, some leaders are all about results. Take Oracle CEO, Safra Catz, for example. She is… Read more »
Tag: leadership style
We heard it all before: leaders behaving one way in public, then very differently behind closed doors.
My colleagues and I recently attended a local breakfast meeting with Tulsa’s Lead Change Group. We focus on leadership virtually every day at Hogan, but stepping away from our desks and engaging in a community discussion about leadership proved to be both interesting and insightful. Plus, the bagels and coffee helped get the early morning… Read more »