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Post date: August 29, 2019
This post is part of a series about using the Giving Voice to Values method to help leaders become more inclusive and cultivate more diverse organizations. Read the previous post here. For more on Giving Voice to Values, read the Summer 2019 issue ofPeople + Strategy.  Organizational mission...
Post date: April 28, 2020
As an organizational psychologist, I’m curious about the role of leaders in a virtual work world with uncertain futures. Leaders are looked to for guidance during these uncharted times, but assuming we have to revert to command-and-control leadership to get everything done is wrong. Collaborative...
Post date: March 26, 2020
Tony Cicio’s work experience has not always been in HR. Beginning his career in finance as an auditor and rising to Chief Financial Officer at The Dannon Company, North America, he pivoted into HR, serving in positions at Danone, Samsung Electronics, and now the role of Chief Human Resources...
Post date: August 21, 2018
The applicant walks and talks like a leader during the interview, but are they going to act like a leader each day they work for you? While telling the difference is more art than science, here are five things to look for during the interview process that can help you fill your organization with...
Post date: July 17, 2018
New research has revealed a perplexing conundrum happening right now in C-suites around the globe: CEOs are more panicked than ever about their people strategy, yet are increasingly distant from HR. In the Global Leadership Forecast 2018—published by DDI, The Conference Board, and EY—C-suite...
Post date: October 12, 2016
There’s a bit of a revolution going on in the world of CHROs. Gone are the days when people in this role are seen as the keepers of the administrative people functions. Today’s effective CHROs are clearly part of the executive teams that develop and execute business strategy. Increasingly, the...
Post date: March 22, 2017
We all know curiosity is what leads scientists to make discoveries that alter lives, and entrepreneurs to innovate to tap new markets. Most organizations facing an increasingly competitive marketplace are focused on hiring curious leaders to tackle the challenge of identifying opportunities for...
Post date: February 6, 2018
It is easy to think the more outspoken, outgoing, and confident someone is, the better they are at leading teams. This perception has long been the norm, often seen as corporate leadership taking charge and presenting themselves as strong extroverts. Whether interviewing for a job or showcasing...
Post date: June 22, 2015
 In professional sports, top athletes watch video-recordings of their own games or performances. But in the corporate world, leaders are always on the go—rarely taking the time to stop and reflect.They are wasting huge opportunities to learn.   The Strategic Capability Network, the Canadian...
Post date: June 25, 2019
Knowing how well you are performing at work is often difficult. To accurately assess your own performance, you typically need information from others, information which is not often voluntarily provided. Because of this, academics and practitioners advise employees and managers to seek feedback...