Don’t make the mistake of thinking anything comes easy to Peyton Manning. Like any great leader, he never stops learning and is unafraid to expose his own mistakes, writes Kate Huvane Gamble.
It’s easy to pile on the blame, but when the effort was shown and the pain at coming up short is obvious, it is our duty as leaders to not only forgive but absolve, writes Anthony Guerra.
Someone who is the face of a team, an organization, and a brand shouldn’t have to run to a safe place, says Kate Huvane Gamble, who believes leaders are obligated to stand up and face the music and answer the tough questions.
As we gather with family and friends this Thanksgiving, let us be mindful of the global society we now live in. It is a difficult time for political discourse, let alone the kind of rowdy yet friendly debates that can erupt at Thanksgiving tables with people we know well and love. The current political climate […]
There is no doubt that the longer you are in a leadership role, the more you learn. In fact, most leaders would tell you that the longer their careers go, the more they realize what they don’t know. It’s precisely because of this that more seasoned leaders tend to be more deliberate and thoughtful in […]