The global pandemic hasn’t just upended our world, but we have all been thrust into virtual communications in a make-or-break way that raises a question most of us haven’t had to think hard about before: How do we project our leadership presence through virtual means when many employees have become remote workers? It’s been one of […]
It was a typical pre-interview with a CEO of a company my team and I were working with. We were trying to get a handle on her company’s business context and strategy. She was two years into a major transformation. I typically begin these discussions with an outside-in approach. I first explore the external forces […]
I’m a sucker for “top” lists. Top 100 movies of all time. Top Premier League strikers. Top vacation destinations. You name the list, and I’m likely to click and read who or what got the top ranking.
Boy, did Peter Drucker know what he was talking about. An Austrian-born consultant and educator, Drucker is considered the father of modern management philosophy and education. Although he died in 2005, his writings on the dynamics of business corporations and leaders still resonate for me and for many leadership consultants around the world. Drucker was […]