When we judge people for changing their stance on a key issue, we’re creating an environment that discourages growth, says Kate Huvane Gamble, who argue that leadership should be about constant evolution.
Today’s CIO has to know the business at a deeper level than ever before, says Tim Stettheimer, who talks about the evolving CIO role, the value of face-to-face conversations, and the keys to staff retention.
A true leader isn’t afraid to move forward with a decision that he or she knows is right, even if it’s unpopular with the team, says Anthony Guerra.
There are questions that simply scratch the surface, and there are those that dig deeper and can reveal insightful information about who someone really is. Make sure you’re asking the right ones, says Kate Huvane Gamble.
The fundamental starting point for any CIO? “You have to care about the organization and the people ,” says Tim Stettheimer, who discusses the value of showing gratitude, the question all leaders should ask, and the need for self-awareness.