It’s easy to talk to good workers. What separates good from great leaders is a willingness to seize the opportunity to talk to a troubled employee and provide compassion, says CIO Bill Rieger.
There are two types of learning: the kind we want to do and the kind we need to do, and a leader’s job is the find a way to balance both to create a better culture, says CIO Bill Rieger.
As long as the blind spots prevent you from seeing your flaws, you’ll never truly grow as a leader, says CIO Bill Rieger, who discusses the value of gaining different perspectives.
As a leader, you can’t prevent fear from penetrating the environment, but you can – and must – identify its root and remove it before it has a chance to spread, says CIO Bill Rieger.
Having solid core values and leaders who model positive behavior is always important – but never more so than during a crisis, says CIO Bill Rieger, who talks about his team’s experience during Hurricane Matthew.