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.
When you find yourself being passed over for a promotion or new role, you have a choice: react negatively, or use it as an opportunity to improve yourself and help your career, says CIO John Mason.
Research shows that employees who are held accountable for their actions were more likely to be highly engaged – so how can leaders improve accountability? CIO John Mason has some ideas.
From implementing rules to setting up folders, CIO John Mason offers practical tips on how to more effectively manage email, which can help leaders make better use of their time while setting a positive example for the team.
If you really want to influence those on your team, you need to be willing and able to develop strong and lasting relationships – and that means getting personal, says CIO John Mason.