If your staff perceives that their hard work is going unnoticed, they won’t be as engaged in the work they do, says Chris Walden, who believes it’s critical for leaders to always give credit where it is due.
It’s one thing to make sure you’re presenting the right impression, but it’s quite another focus more on your “leader selfie” than you do on leading an organization, says CIO John Mason, who makes a case for being genuine.
The ones who are quickest to issue threats are often the ones with the most to hide, says Kate Huvane Gamble. On the other hand, those who quietly do their jobs are often the ones with the best information.
Convincing providers to spend valuable time providing input on vendors wasn’t easy, but KLAS found a way, and a product was born, says Kent Gale, who opens up about how the company was formed, the tweaks they’ve made, and the biggest challenges they’ve faced.
Competing for IT talent
Coming to Moffitt as applications director
Succeeding Mark Hulse — “It was an ideal situation.”
The CIO learning curve
Strong leadership — “It has been essential for my own success.”
An environment of trust